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ANOTHER LITTLE GEM - iMORESANI, IN SOUTHERN ITALY
We were made so welcome by the villagers of Corteconcepcion and treated as old friends by our hosts, Fran and Mike, that we thought we should return the favour by giving potential visitors a totally unbiased view of 12, Evaristo Perez and surrounding areas. As a picture spells a thousand words, what follows is merely a collection of pictures with some basic information to give you an idea of what you can expect if you do decide visit Corteconcepcion.
The usual caveat applies - Kate and I are merely very satisfied customers - no associations etc. - Kate and Graham
|As you drive towards Corteconcepcion from the Aracena road your first view of the village rooftops is through the olive and oak trees to your left, framed against the distant hills. Just after this vista you hang a left, drop down the hill into the village on a short, but windy road.
By now you should be in a really happy mood.
|On entering Corteconcepcion, unless you have taken some wierd route, you'll be presented with a dividing of the roads. Barcina, (take a good look as you may well be spending some time on that patio) should be right in front of you, along with a '30' speed sign and the Corteconcepcion sign. You need to go through those imposing green gates to the right.|
|Once you have gone through those green gates on the right, after about 100 yards along a track, you'll find yourself in front of your hosts' home and the country access to your home for the coming days. You can access your terrace and back door from the 'country side', through their garden and the gate to the left of the purple blob. Alternatively, you can use the door that leads directly into 'Evaristo Perez' from the village side, where your house is no.12.||After a bit of a search around the streets of Corteconcepcion, you'll find your front door and discover you're staying at no. 12 Evaristo Perez. This is a dead end street to traffic, so no worries from traffic noise. If you get the chance, take a peek behind your neighbour's doors adjacent to your front door, as there is a lovely, typically Spanish courtyard behind them. The upstairs window is your bedroom window, which has fantastic views into the hills, so it's a pleasure to open the shutters each morning.|
|Without further ado, here is the view which will greet you each morning from your bedroom window. Doesn't it just make you want to get out there into the fresh air!||Back to the other side of the house. Once you have passed the purple blob, you'll find yourself on your enclosed terrace. The path to the left leads into the house.|
|While we're at it - your terrace from the other end.||And to balance this page out - Kate taking it easy!|
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