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Cortijo dos Santos

Partido Veja Beja Apartado 80
29240 Valle de Abdalajis
Malaga (Andalucia)
Spain

For your GPS: N 36° 57′ 57,7″ W 04° 42′ 14,8″

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How do I get to Cortijo dos Santos?
Route discription to Cortijo dos Santos Malaga>A357 Cartama >A357 Campillos >A343 Alora > follow the A343 towards Valle de Abdalajis >After Valle de Abdalajis follow the A343 towards Antequera > After 2,5 km turn left Estacion de Gobantes. (Sharp left up) > After 1.5 km turn right (highest point of the road) follow the signs Cortijo dos Santos 1.4 km (dirt road) For your GPS: N 36° 57′ 57,7″ W 04° 42′ 14,8″
What are the General Terms and Conditions of Andalucia Travel op maat?
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Who is Loes Eijssens?
Loes Eijssens has been active in the folk dance world for over 40 years. As a performing dancer, teacher and choreographer of various children’s dance material. She has organized many dance events. In addition to these activities, she was also a group teacher at a primary school (Montessori) Through her training in gardening, she has a great deal of knowledge of nature. She now uses all this knowledge to organize trips for dancers, walkers and nature lovers, but also for tailor-made trips, these are trips that have been compiled in consultation with the client.
Who is Leo Waudman?
Leo Waudman has been active in the folk dance world for over 40 years. Performing dancer, choreographer, teacher, Bulgarian dance specialist, rehearsal director and as a tour guide. After his dance career, he emigrated to Spain-Andalusia. In these years of living and working in Andalusia, he has gained a lot of knowledge of the area with its beautiful nature and culture. He enthusiastically shares his knowledge about everything that grows, blooms and moves with other people. He also makes full use of his love of woodworking by turning the waste wood from the olive trees and other wood into something beautiful and usable.