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This is a very interesting little town and I'm surprised that I could not find more highlights listed separately on TripAdvisor. The town is now landlocked but used to be by the ocean before the harbor was silted in and is where Columbus and his...More
This monastery is in the area of Palos de la Frontera but is not really listed separately & this is a pity as it's a really lovely peaceful place. Within this beautiful monastery there is much to see & it's well worth taking the guided...More
A short visit as part of an historical guided tour (Thursa), Palos de la Frontera was originally a port and starting point for Columbus's voyage to the New World in 1492. Now landlocked, this small Andalusian village still evokes a sense of historical import and...More
they called this the Colombus trail this is the monastery whee Christopher Colombus stayed prior tosailing of to the new world it is a place stocked in History for anyone who is interested in the discovery of the new world there are paintings and other...More
Visited newly developed Trufas groves that confirm the very god economy of the area.
In general people walking on the streets were better dressed than I have observed in many other cities in Andalucia.