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GAUCÍN: Balcony of the Ronda Mountains where the Holy Child appeared to St. John of God.
The illustrious, always noble, very hospitable village of Gaucín.
CaballoCampo211All are welcome to join these free walks. (Guides also speak English):
Sunday, 2 February: 10:30 hras. Al Hacho. Approximately 3 hours. Leaving from the gas station. Difficulty: high.
Saturday 09 February: 10:30 Around the village. Approximately 1.5 hours. Leaving from the Plaza del Santo Niño. Difficulty: medium.
Sunday 16 February: 10:30 La Guarda. Approximately 2 hours. Leaving from the Plaza del Santo Niño. 15 mins. In car. Difficulty: medium.
Sunday, 23 February: 10:30 El Montoro. Approximately 3 hours. Leaving from la Plaza del Santo Niño. Water to carry is suggested. More info: Julian at 658 612 989 or visit www.turismogaucin.com.
Walks are guided by members of the Association. Comfortable clothing and water to carry are suggested. For more information: Julian – 658 612 989 or visit www.turismo gaucin.com
Today, February 4, Mass will be celebrated in the ermita of the Santo Niño Dios, in the Castle, at 5 p.m., as happens the first Friday of every month in Gaucin. The church bells will ring one hour in advance to alert everyone. Devotion to the Santo Niño doesn´t only happen in September --- we have the opportunity to go to Mass in His honor the first Friday of every month. Don´t miss it!
FructExpo0111Today, Thursday, January 20, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fructuosa, a painter from Castellar de la Frontera, Raquel Macias, will exhibit her work. Ten years ago at the Fructuosa she had a very successful exhibit, and Gauin is happy to welcome her back. The public is invited to have a glass of sangría and to view her special works.

Also, beginning Sunday, January 23, the restaurant La Fructuosa will open for Sunday lunches.

thumb_LaFuente5091La Fuente restaurant now offering fresh Irish soda bread, baked to order

The restaurant will be closed until later in January, for R&R and redecoration, but they are now offering fresh Irish soda bread, baked to order. These large round and yeast free loaves weigh over a kilo and freeze beautifully. Variations are endless but already tried, tested and delicious.

Types available include White flour and oats with muscatel raisins, Whole wheat flour and oats with flax and sunflower seeds, White flour and oats with green olives and herbs. Customers can mix and match and create their own combinations. Baking is done on Tuesday for orders received by Sunday evening and again on Saturday for orders received by Thursday evening, but we are flexible, just let us know. All loaves are € 4.50.The restaurant will be closed until later in January, for R&R and redecoration, but they are now offering fresh Irish soda bread, baked to order. These large round and yeast free loaves weigh over a kilo and freeze beautifully. Variations are endless but already tried, tested and delicious.

Types available include White flour and oats with muscatel raisins, Whole wheat flour and oats with flax and sunflower seeds, White flour and oats with green olives and herbs. Customers can mix and match and create their own combinations. Baking is done on Tuesday for orders received by Sunday evening and again on Saturday for orders received by Thursday evening, but we are flexible, just let us know. All loaves are € 4.50.