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GRANADA CONCIERGE creates travel adventures for those people who want to explore Spain further, learn about Andalucia through creative activity, we offer a range of creative courses designed to immerse the participants in a quintessential landscape that stretches far beyond the course itself.

CREATIVE COURSES at a glance

 
 
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COOKERY

Date: TBC
No of places: 8 not participating partners welcome
Description: This cookery course has everything you need to know about cooking traditional Andalucian food . we have a fantastic chef who will teach you have to chop onions, flip a tortilia and gut a sardine ready for a bbq.

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FLAMENCO

Date: TBC
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Description: This cookery course has everything you need to know about cooking traditional Andalucian food . We have a fantastic chef who will teach you have to chop onions, flip a tortilia and gut a sardine ready for a bbq.

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YOGA AND QIGONG

Date: TBC
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Description: This cookery course has everything you need to know about cooking traditional Andalucian food . we have a fantastic chef who will teach you have to chop onions, flip a tortilia and gut a sardine ready for a bbq.

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BOTANICAL PAINTING

Date: TBC
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Description: This cookery course has everything you need to know about cooking traditional Andalucian food . we have a fantastic chef who will teach you have to chop onions, flip a tortilia and gut a sardine ready for a bbq.

 

The venue for all of our courses is a beautiful Hostal Rural on the edge of the village of Moclin. With stunning views over the rolling hills and olive groves towards Alcala la Real.

The property was built in 1954 as a barracks for the Guardia Civil and in 2009 it was transformed into a rural lodging, event venue and small museum. The museum provides a fascinating overview of the rich history of the area, dating back to Neolithic times. There is a 40 sq meter Roman Mosaic floor, many artefacts from Iberian-Roman culture and examples of Nasrid ceramics.