Activities for all the family
Well, we did it. There were tears before bedtime, almost a divorce – some kind of record since we only married in 2016, reconciliations that involved too much alcohol or too little but, finally, we got there.
Visit Andalucia.com has been rewritten and relaunched. Normal service is resumed with regular postings, things to do, places to go, what to see and the ramblings of me, Nick your editor. Please subscribe to our newsletter and receive all our posts.
Residents and visitors will find plenty to occupy themselves, check out our new section ‘Family Days Out’ and lots to keep the mind active, look at the articles ‘In Depth’.
For the technically minded we took the site out of Wordpress where it had grown to such an extent that it had become slow and clunky. We re-wrote the site from scratch using pure code, php and bootstrap.
We are actively looking for people who organise activities anywhere in Andalucia.
We want to promote your activities, anything from art lessons to cookery classes, guided tours to wind surfing.
Interested in joining us and helping to develop the largest destination management site in Andalucia? Then contact us.
It would be nice to say we had finished. Far from it. Over the next few months you will see the site will have more and more to offer.
we have a small favour to ask. More people are reading Visit Andalucia than ever but advertising revenues across the media are falling fast. And unlike many organisations, we haven’t put up a paywall – we want to keep our articles available to as many people we can. So you can see why we need to ask for your help. The Visit Andalucia articles take a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. But we do it because we believe in the future of Andalucia – which may well be your perspective, too.
If everyone who reads our articles, who likes them, helps fund them, our future would be much more secure.
For as little as 1€ you can support Visit Andalucia – and it only takes a minute.
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