Get to know the village, its people and the surrounding nature. Have lovely drinks and snacks while we share our knowledge about the place's history and present. Musical conversations. (optional) Music recordings. (optional)
My category is: Art and culture, community, International entertainment. So, as art and international entertainment goes: I studied piano, music theory and history for 10 years (1983-1993). I'm working as a professional pianist, composer, arranger, session musician and sound engineer since 1993. Played hundreds of gigs and worked on many award winning (Gold, Platinum, Grammy) albums and artists. As culture goes: I have traveled the world and lived in many countries (Hungary, Germany, Australia, Canada, France, England, Spain). Everywhere I go I learn the local his-and-her-stories, from thousands of years ago to nowadays. I think I'm qualified enough to host and advise people from "airbnb" with my life experience in a place that I know very well.
Local organic products.
As musical equipment goes, we have a recording studio with drums, percussions, guitars, bass, amplifiers, piano. We can…
This is one of the most historic villages and areas of Andalusia. Greeks, Romans, Visigoths, Celtics, Moors, Spanish Inquisitors were just some of the visitors / invaders of this land. Here you can find important remnants and heritage of these cycles, many of which are not as publicly known. Most villages and its houses, fountains, streets are unique. It's hard to explain the feeling. But if you're an open-minded person, you'll feel the energy.
Wear comfy shoes as nothing is straight or horizontal here. Bring warm clothes as we're in the high mountains so it gets chilly after the Sun goes down. Roads are narrow and curvy so be careful, especially if you have vertigo.
Music and culture in a historic village