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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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Discussion

7 thoughts on “Andalucía in four minutes!

  1. Glad you enjoyed it as much as I did 🙂

    Posted by Marianne | December 18, 2013, 9:59 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
  3. 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

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