When I saw the prompt of today, I had to think about the many curvy roads all over Europe on which Lars and I have driven. By the way, if you are new to this site, welcome! I am Ingrid and together with my Danish travel buddy (Lars), I like to explore and photograph off the beaten path destinations in Europe.
Mountain roads can have lots of curves and the one that I chose for today belongs to the Sierras of Tejeda, Almijara and Almara Natural Park. This mountainous region spreads over part of the province of Malaga and of Granada and is a paradise for hikers and climbers. It’s also home to some exquisite white villages, some dating from Moorish times. And finally, the area attracts people like us, who like to drive on mountain roads. It has actually become one of our favorite routes here in Andalucia.
I will publish more information, pictures, and a video in the near future. For those of you who are familiar with some of the famous roads in Europe: the area feels like a combination of the Dolomites (Italy) and the Transfăgărășan (Romania).