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Hidden away from the main square, reached by walking down a narrow street with an acequia running down the middle.
Crammed with local produce, health foods and potions downstairs, there is a upper floor devoted to mainly Moroccan goods. Amazing range of chimes, bells and...More
Don't be afraid of going into this shop. At first you can't be sure if it's a cafe or a shop. It's both. They sell wonderful Spanish produce. They also have a beautiful little sitting area balanced at the side of the street with the...More
What an amazing little shop, beats shopping in Tesco anyday. A place with real character, hams hanging from the ceiling, shelves crammed with fantastic products which you could never buy in a supermarket. It was worth the hour drive just to go in this one...More
Superb gastro range of hams, cheeses and pates. A selection of wines. Can sample the produce. Tapas available with drinks at the bar on high stools. Beautiful Bodega layout. Inspiring for photographers. Need at least an hour. Bring your wallet. Good to stock up on...More
This is an amazing place - brilliant for a beer or a glass of home made wine and tapas. Lots of delicious food to purchase, gift ware, toiletries. We visited several times and the place just has the most magical feel to it. Not to...More
If in the area be sure to find this treasure: from the main square by the church follow the flowing water downhill, then up three steps to the right to this lovely shop.
Wine: excellent, try the local Fuente Victoria Syrah at some low price,...More