The helicopter’s been refuelled and a 1965 Chevrolet Impala convertible trundles down the road. Beautiful models in designer clothes snog each other and laugh about everything (maybe after hearing that joke: ‘what’s eight-foot long and smells of wee?) – yes, it’s the tourist board’s advert about visiting Andalucia.
Beginning with a view of the Alhambra in Granada, there are empty beaches, a newly-bought guitar chucked in the back seat of a car to collect flies, one of those model-who-can’t-play-the-guitar-judging-by-their-hand-position shots, and selfies on a golf course. There’s a glimpse of some Sierra Nevada skiing and, of course, Ronda – seemingly the epicentre of Andalucia – and even someone drunk and asleep in a hammock as the tide comes in.
It’s a great promo film and should tempt even the most stubborn traveller to visit beautiful Andalucia. And it’s only 1 minute long.
Seeing as Órgiva didn’t get a look in, here’s a promo film about it – from a helicopter (no kissing involved).
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