Bedar

23 Feb

Sometimes, wherever you live, you can always find work to do around your home that stops you from enjoying your surroundings.  In London, I was always planning to go to this exhibition or that museum, and somehow, because you know it is on your doorstep you never get around to it.  It is no different here and at the cortijo there is always something to be done, fixed, painted etc. etc.

 

Anyhow, on Sunday we downed tools and went up to a lovely little village about 20 minutes from here called Bedar.  It is set high up and to get there you take a lovely scenic drive.  It is a very sleepy little village and whilst there is quite a large British community, (why wouldn’t there be, it is gorgeous!), it essentially is an unspoilt little Spanish village.  We have a friend who lives here and the view from his house is magnificent.   There is also a fantastic restaurant here called El Miramar – (Sea view being the literal translation) – you are high up and in the distance, you can, indeed, see the sea!  Take a trip up here just for the lamb alone – very delicious and extremely good value.  There are lots of little villages around Bedar, all worth an afternoon exploring with stops for Café con leche, and then on to the Miramar for a sun-downer and dinner.  Roll on summer.

 

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5 Responses to “Bedar”

  1. Damiti Ward February 24, 2011 at 2:23 pm #

    Sounds fab.
    I think this is a place we were attempting to go to but for some reason couldn’t so definitely going to check out next time.xx

  2. KIM February 25, 2011 at 9:38 pm #

    that looks and sounds gorgeous.

  3. Annie February 26, 2011 at 2:34 pm #

    I love coming out to stay with you every year – always a new recommendation, another great place to visit. I shall look forward to lamb at El Miramar. Roll on summer indeed.

    • yummyalmeria March 17, 2011 at 12:14 pm #

      Thank you Annie – next time we must go to Murcia too – hope to see you here again soonxxx

  4. yummyalmeria February 26, 2011 at 6:39 pm #

    Well,we must go there next time you guys are over as I know you will love it – it is very untouristy – I will get our friend Steven to do cocktails on the terrace!

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