Ana Salas

(ESPAÑOL. Français plus loin) La casa de Ana Salas en el Aljarafe está inundada de luz. Un gran patio interior la distribuye por las estancias. La decoración, sencilla y eficaz, la deja fluir por todos lados. No hace falta más. El espacio casi vacío de… Read more

Haute couture Sévillane

Did you know that the Parisian haute couture firms entrust their embroidery work to Sevillian craftsmen? Seville hosts no less than ten workshops where yarn and needle specialists work with precision and passion. The gesture must be right; the vocation determined. We do not count… Read more

Casa 1800 Sevilla

A Sevillian house a stone’s throw away from the Cathedral, with 19th-century mansion’s cachet: monumental entrance door, hallway and patio. Outside, the Santa Cruz neighborhood, with tourist groups and its incessant activity; but once the hotel iron-wrought gate has been passed behind, calm and freshness come… Read more

Feria de Sevilla

Eating  and drinking. Laughing, singing and dancing. Seeing and making oneself being noticed. In the spring, Seville jumps into the spotlight and celebrates itself. In April Feria bursts its thousand colors for a week. Women put on their ruffled dresses and adorn themselves with flowers,… Read more


I have already told you about Rompemoldes, this design building in the Macarena district where creators and craftsmen live, work and exhibit their production. Among luthier, ceramists and jewelry workshops, Todomuta (« everything is transformed » in Spanish) poses a modern look on creation. Sergio and Laura are developing… Read more


Just take the bus to Tarifa at Estación del Prado, then the ferry and just there you are on the other side of the Strait of Gibraltar. A mythical city of artists and spies, Tangier still retains its exotic and decidedly cosmopolitan spirit. Stretching along several… Read more

Casa 1800 Granada

A suite. A hotel in a 16th century house. The Albaicín. Granada. I could not refuse the invitation. Having enjoyed the Sevillian Casa, I was more than willing to succumb to the charm again. Casa 1800 Granada is, officially, 3 stars. Yet, aren’t attention to… Read more


In April, when Feria is approaching, Sevillanas prepare their ruffled dresses, fringed shawls, combs and flowers for the hair. They visit shops and learn about the latest trends, as last year’s vogue is no longer fashionable. Indeed, flamenco dress (traje de gitana) evolves overtime. Some… Read more

Buffuna Hats

An old wine warehouse turned into a hats boutique. An airy and welcoming space that highlights Patricia’s creations. Trained in London, this young Sevillian designer smiles without fail and transmits her passion for hats with softness and delicacy. Her models, completely handcrafted, blend the elegance… Read more

Hotel Posada del Lucero

Right in the city center but far from the noise and the hustle and bustle, this hotel occupies a 16th century inn. The layout has kept the original simplicity and freshness, so characteristic of the popular Andalusian architecture, while adding a layer of modernity. The… Read more

The Exvotos

The Cathedral? The Alcazar Royal Palace? Santa Cruz? Probably places you can not miss. Nevertheless, there is another Seville known by few tourists and few Sevillians: shops, bars, even entire neighborhoods… such as this exceptional place. Daniel and Luciano, The Exvotos, the enfants terribles of… Read more

Café Royalty

Frescos, molduras, terciopelo, caoba… Un auténtico café de principios de siglo en una de las plazas más bonitas de Cádiz. Abierto en 1912, al Café Royalty acudían políticos, artistas e intelectuales. Manuel de Falla tocó el piano entre estas paredes. Tras la Guerra Civil, se… Read more