Photography vacation in Andalucia, Spain
Let your lens be expertly guided amongst the traditional white walled villages, bustling markets and stunning national park scenery of southern Spain.
Old sugar mill Maro aqueduct Marina del Este Rio Torrox Comares village Food market in Malaga 4x4 safari across the Sierra Tejedas Evening meals in different restaurants Day at leisure
£795 excluding flights
Free transfer leaves Málaga at 12.00 on arrival day. Free transfer leaves Torrox at 09.00 on departure day. Flights arriving or departing after these hours will need a taxi transfer at a cost of 60 euro for one way.
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Description of Photography vacation in Andalucia, Spain
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Our top tip:
Take feedback on board at the review sessions and try not to weigh yourself down with too many lenses and heavy pieces of kit. Note: Guests should bring a bridge style camera or DLSR. No camera phones!
Small groups. Max 10. Any age.
Shared house with private facilities or centrally located hotel.
Transfers, 5 full days of expert guided photography tuition.
Breakfast starter pack in shared house. Buffet breakfasts in hotels. Evening meals taken in local restaurants. Picnic or tapas lunches, except on rest day.
Single travelers welcome. No solo supplement applies.
15 Reviews of Photography vacation in Andalucia, Spain
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 20 Sep 2018 by Tom WilsonI came away with photographs and memories of people and locations in Andalucía which give me a sense of local people in their own locations rather than just being a tourist on vacation. Read full review
Reviewed on 18 Sep 2018 by Pat KilnerGreat photography locations and excellent tuition. Great vacation, far exceeded my expectations. The photography tuition from Rob Bell was second to none. Well managed and good company. Can highly recommend. Read full review
Reviewed on 02 Jul 2017 by Chris PittTorrox is a lovely village which really gives you the sense of being in 'real' Spain. Being taken to various locations, offered photography tuition and advice in a relaxed atmosphere is a fantastic way to spend a week - a great balance of focussing on a hobby while also being looked after on vacation. Read full review
Reviewed on 02 Jun 2017 by M.CI would definitely recommend it ! Read full review
Reviewed on 12 Jun 2017 by Gary FranklinSeeing real Spain and the wonderful hill top villages with great people was the highlight. Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Jun 2017 by Maureen KerrThe most memorable was visiting Kitty Sculptures garden - amazing pieces of work to photograph and a very beautiful setting. Read full review
Reviewed on 18 Jun 2016 by Bryan DuffLoved El Torcal and walking through the rock formations... very memorable. Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Jul 2015 by Katie hartwigit was best vacation I've had. I will definitely use responsible vacations again. I was very pleased Read full review
Reviewed on 24 Sep 2015 by Margaret RenaudFabulous - wonderful hosts and tutors in a spectacular environment. Read full review
Reviewed on 19 Apr 2014 by ROB INNISThe locations for the photo shoots were excellent - especially Comares and the lake. Good company enjoyed over the varied evening meals. Read full review
Reviewed on 19 Sep 2013 by Louise GoddardGreat value for money - informative and friendly tuition, excellent accomodation and hospitality. Read full review
Reviewed on 19 Apr 2013 by Murray RuddThe week was very enjoyable - good photography tips, great locations in Spanish villages and coasts, and with 'staff' that seemed more like old friends than small business operators. And it was excellent value for money. Read full review
Reviewed on 27 May 2012 by John BellMeeting the host, wonderful people who looked after our every need...Excellent. Read full review
Reviewed on 12 Nov 2012 by Christopher WilsonThe photography vacation in Andalucia included a wide variety of locations and excellent tuition. The food was of a very high standard - especially the picnic lunches which were superb. The ethos was very friendly and hospitable and the staff went out of their way to make the vacation enjoyable. Read full review
Reviewed on 19 Sep 2012 by Audrey OslerEnjoyed the opportunity to take photos of working fishermen, landscapes and buildings at Caleta fishing port, ruined sugar mill and in and around Torrox, where we stayed. Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetSustainable Tourism Policy
We recognise that the environment, the community and the culture within which we operate and our relationship with local organisations, businesses and individuals is vital to the success of our business. We therefore commit in the long term to:
Minimising the direct environmental impact of our operations and being proactively involved in activities that work to protect the natural environment.
Working with our guests to understand and respect the needs of local people and our suppliers.
Support our local economy by bringing business to our village particularly during the winter months.
Our photo vacations are taken in small groups (maximum 8 people) to minimise the impact on the environment.
Use locally owned traditional accommodation.
Use wherever possible organic fruit and vegetables or locally grown produce in season.
Inform our guests of the history and culture of our region.
Always behave in an environmentally responsible manner.
One of the main attractions of our vacations is the opportunity to stay in a traditional Spanish village where the local people are very welcoming. This is because we work very closely with our local community and we bring considerable business to the local shops, restaurants and home owners especially during the quieter winter months when there are fewer tourists visiting.
We also encourage our clients to visit local shops and restaurants on their free day. We recycle all our food waste as much as we can.
PeopleWe use local family owned restaurants in our village to dine in. We always encourage our guests to eat and purchase items in the village shops, walk whenever possible,not to waste electricity or water and behave in an environmentally friendly way.We encourage our guests to chat to our local neighbours where possible. Our community is very supportive of our business and the spirit in which we host our vacations.
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