One afternoon my teachers took me to Frigiliana. Frigiliana is apparently the most beautiful pueblo blanco (white village referring to the color of the houses) in all of Spain. It was definitely beautiful and hilly as well. We enjoyed walking up and down the narrow streets and taking pictures. Later, we had a light supper on the patio of a restaurant and watched the sun goes down.
I will share a few of my pictures with you.
Planters can be found built into the walls.
There are fountains with clear running water.
Some door knockers are interesting.
I like the old doors and especially the blue ones.
This window covering is made of fibers from a local plant. It is woven a little like one would weave pine needles and the fibers are similar to pine needles.
View of a street we walked. It is steeper than it looks.
In places the rocky hill is simply a part of the buildings.
This touristy part of the village is built on a steep hill so there are lots of stairs.
The streets had designs made with black and white stones and the concrete colour matched the stones.
Most of the houses in the village are white…hence pueblo blanco.