This is the itinerary for “Graham’s Photography Workshop Experience”.
Graham will hold a daily photography teaching slot of at least an hour to help you learn photography and take better photos (this may change according to the itinerary) each of these sessions will be held at Villa Andalucía.
Apart from your free day, Graham will be with you on all activities to help and suggest ways to improve your photography skills.
If we have arranged flights for you, you will be met at the airport and driven to Villa Andalucía.
I can arrange our Villa Andalucía Welcome Platter for you on arrival, a brilliant idea if you have had an early start to the day and do not feel like exploring the village to find somewhere to eat.
Oh and don’t forget the free drink on arrival.
CLICK HERE to see what we’ll have waiting for you!
If there’s time, we’ll explore the village, and take in the amazing views.
In the early evening Graham will introduce you to the course.
20.30: You will go to one of the local restaurants for your complimentary evening meal. Here’s your chance to get to know each other. Though wine is not included, you can order it on your own tab.
I will serve your breakfast outside (weather permitting) in the garden view looking down to the coast. You can choose which option you would like on a daily basis CLICK HERE to see what we have planned for you.
10.00-11.00 Teaching taking place in the grounds of Villa Andalucía.
You’ll have the evening to yourselves to relax by the poolside, visit, explore.
This morning will be an extended teaching slot.
You will have the afternoon to yourself, to chill, to relax, to go into the village for some lunch.
17.30: Pick up ‘Espetos’ Workshop (including traditional sardines on the beach)
Traditional fishing is much more than an economic activity, in Costa del Sol it is a lifestyle.
You will have a guided beach walk of the Pedregalejo neighborhood and Jose, your guide, will explain the historical and cultural activities in this area of Malaga. You’ll step right into the fishermen’s life.
You will also visit the historical shipyard and maritime museum, where you are able to see them still making handmade boats, they are even building a replica Phoenician barge using replica tools and methods
Discover the Andalusian fish gastronomy with us. Feel the breeze coming from the Mediterranean sea, getting a glimpse of this unique way of life.
Finally, with an expert, you will learn how to cook one of the culinary star products in Malaga, the “espetos” (traditional sardine skewers)
21.00: Return to Villa Andalucía.
This a free day for you to do what you want. Perhaps you’ll enjoy a quiet day by the pool or take an option for a walk to the neighbouring village, Canillas de Albaida.
Maybe you’d enjoy a day trip to Malaga, or to Nerja, Would you like a visit to the local winery? Perhaps you’d enjoy having a relaxing massage at Villa Andalucía – however you wish to spend your free time!
Have a look at some of the other ACTIVITIES you might like to participate whilst here.
Acebuchal – The Lost Village (half day trip)
Pick up: 11.00 (lunch provided)
The history of this village is hard to believe. Our guide will tell all! The ‘ghost’ village of Acebuchal
remained abandoned until 1998. José Muñoz Lozano fulfilled a lifelong dream and gradually
rebuilt the village.
The results are nothing short of spectacular – everything was done by hand.
There wasn’t even electricity or water until 2003!
Antonio’s family now runs a successful restaurant and rural hotel in the village. The food is
fantastic, most of the produce is grown locally and organically.
15.00: Return to Villa Andalucía.
Evening – Optional sunset photography walk behind Competa
Guided circular walk to Canillas de Albaida
You’ll be going on a half day walk between the two delightful mountain villages of Cómpeta and Canillas de Albaida.
Throughout the walk there are wonderful views over the Mediterranean coast of the northern Costa del Sol set against the dramatic backdrop of the Sierra de Tejeda and the Axarquía region.
We will stop for refreshments and lunch if required (lunch is not provided)
Caminito del Rey (Full day trip)
Breakfast is included in the trip
Pick up is at 08.00 and return approximately 18.30
Includes – Transport to El Chorro village, breakfast, coffee during the trip, guided visit to the Caminito del Rey, and lunch.
It’s described as the perfect place to take pictures of natural landscapes. Also known as the “King’s Pathway” it was originally built in 1901 as part of King Alfonso XIII’s ambitious hydroelectric energy project to unify three rivers.
By the 1990s, the long-since disappeared handrails and missing chunks of concrete created eye-popping stretches of the path that was only inches wide or non-existent.
Following an extensive €5.5-million restoration, the path reopened in March 2015 and is open to anyone with a reasonable head for heights.
NOTE: Please let us know if you are unable to cope with heights and would be uncomfortable doing this trip, we can make alternative arrangements for you. Perhaps a day in Malaga – we can drop you off and pick you up. The price of the holiday will be altered accordingly”
Time to say our ‘Goodbyes’ to everyone.
Depending on the time of your flight there will be a final teaching slot.
Price per person based on double occupancy, £600.00
Price per person based on single occupancy, £775.00
Ready for booking? Want to know more details about the Itinerary for Photography Experience? Please go to the
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call 0034 636 593 284
or send me an email at villaandalucia@gmail and I will get back to you straight away.
I am really excited about “Graham’s Photography Workshop Experience”. And I hope to make this an annual event.
Please note We have blocked off all of our rooms for this event, so they will be showing as all booked up on the website. No worries—just contact us as
Also, if you have a companion who wants to come and but not take part in the photography workshop / teachings—no problem! that can be arranged and prices altered accordingly.
We are looking forward to seeing you on this wonderful experience
Helen and Graham