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Andalucía in four minutes!

Here is a time-lapse film about Andalucía – basically a four minute fast/slow advert on the Canal Youtube oficial del Portal de Turismo.

[Some of our blog followers wouldn’t ordinarily stumble across stuff like this – haven’t grown up Googling, you see…]

The film features various cities (and dangling olives, obviously) and includes El Pimpi in Málaga and the Granada hotel we stayed in within 50 seconds.

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7 thoughts on “Andalucía in four minutes!

  1. Love it,Thank you for this video,takes me back to Andalucia and makes me need to go again,which of course i shall.

    Posted by Ian | January 16, 2014, 10:23 am
  2. Loved the music, great photography, the people rushing around drove me up the wall! I could get a headache just watching it (probably because I didn’t grow up googling). Some of the shots weren’t on long enough, by the time you had glanced up to the right hand corner (not a sensible place to put a caption for exactly that reason) the photo had gone. If I was in charge of turismo in Andalucía I wouldn’t have passed that film! Oh and the section starting sun-kissed land could have had a few landscape photos and less pretentious restaurants. Not enough of the Costa de la Luz – apart from the beginning and certainly not enough of white villages or inland heritage apart from the big three cities. Even Ronda didn’t make it – unless I missed it.

    Posted by roughseasinthemed | December 18, 2013, 10:02 am
    • Hi – have to agree with a lot of this. In fairness though, Ronda normally DOES get thrust in front of everyone whereas eastern Andalucia doesn’t so much. Not featuring Las Alpujarras was odd to. Enjoyable all the same.

      Posted by con jamón spain | December 19, 2013, 11:46 am
  3. Glad you enjoyed it as much as I did 🙂

    Posted by Marianne | December 18, 2013, 9:59 am
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