Frigiliana is one of the most beautiful towns in Spain. So I had to share these images with you the minute I was home..
Getting lost in unknown towns and wandering aimlessly down cobbled streets is one of my favourite things to do. Whether its in the UK or somewhere further afield, there is something so calming about discovering new places and appreciating a rich sense of history within nature and architecture. Thats why I loved Frigiliana.
Last weekend I was lucky enough to go to Spain with Otterbox and one of our road trips lead us to the little town of Frigiliana – famous for its Santorini style streets and beautiful views. Its set back from the sea and staggered across a mountain top so the views are beautiful, but you do have to climb a fair few hills and stairs to get around.
Throughout the day we came across gorgeous little souvenir shops and hillside cafes as well as some viewpoints. I took quite a few of these from the same street but the views are so different. I’d never heard of Frigiliana before this trip and I’m quite pleased to have found it as its definitely somewhere that I’d recommend – for blog pictures, coffee or even just a wander around.
To be honest, I don’t want to talk too much and take away from the pictures so I’ll just let you enjoy the view and keep my waffling to a minimum (for once)..
The temperature over the weekend was in the mid-thirties so lighter clothes were essential. Thankfully I’d opted for these light, loose culottes which are a bit of a dream in the heat. I picked them up from Primark for only £8 and they’re a dream for on-the-go. I kind of blended into the scenery which makes the outfit fit so much better with this post. You can actually catch up with my style from the weekend using the Malaga tab..
What I’m Wearing
Mirrored Hexagonal Sunglasses// RayBan*
White Cropped Tee // Primark (similar)
Printed Culottes // Primark (similar)
Tan Structured Tote // Michael Kors*
Tan Laced Sandals // Topshop (similar)
Have you ever been to Frigiliana, or could you recommend another Spanish haven to visit on my next adventure?