In Rosalyn Wikeley’s travel feature entitled Beyond the Balearics: the lesser known Spain to seek out she explains that the more adventurous holidaymaker would do well to venture beyond the bright lights and busy beaches of the Balearic Islands and the Costa del Sol, to appreciate the swathes of unexplored territory that lie beyond.
Speaking of ancient towns steeped in history, cobbled streets, rugged coastlines and low-key neighbourhoods, Rosalyn gives readers a glimpse into the allure of the Spain beyond its most well-travelled paths.
And of course, no such round up would be complete without mentioning the vast and diverse landscape that is Doñana National Park.
It is here, on the edge of a UNESCO World Heritage site that encompasses an extraordinarily varied combination of marshland, forests, lagoons, dunes, beaches and lakes that you can experience the magic of Kukutana.
In Rosalyn’s words, “The historic farmhouse Kukutana is a stellar launchpad for exploring the park, not to mention a charming refuge to behold authentic Andalusian culture and peer into its rural soul”.
We couldn’t have put it better ourselves.