Price: 5 euro – includes a drink in the café – so we got our cold beer as well! We d headed out for an early afternoon beer and tapas and had meandered past Alozaina to the village of Casarabonela.
I hope that you wont mind me sharing a link to this Blog with the Axarquia Garden Club.
They came from across the world from the arid American south west, Mexico, Morocco, the Canary Islands, South Africa, and Madagascar and of course the arid landscapes of Latin America, including Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil.
There, just before you enter the village dating back to well before the Moors, is a wonderful Botanic Garden (Jardín Botánico de Cactus y Otras Suculentas Mora i Bravard ).
Collected with passion and some degree of obsession, these striking and sometimes very rare cactus and succulents now call a small Andalusian mountain village home.