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A description of life in the village of Pruna, nestled in the Andalusian mountains of Seville

Village life in the Andalusian mountains

Summer activities in Pruna
01 July 2014 @ 19:47

There are many activities in winter, but when that heat hits the village they become based around the open air swimmimg pool.

This year they have aqua aerobics and swim classes for adults from 7pm to 8pm, and classes for adults and children in Yug-Yoga, which appears to be yoga with a bamboo stick, these are on Tuesday and Friday at 9am till 11am, and at 8pm til 9.30

The aerobics classes cost 30 euros for the whole two months, you get the ticket from the council offices, and the Yug-Yoga you can buy at the pool (I do not know the price, but it will not be exhorbitant.

The pool itself is fantastic, and the magic time to go is at 2pm when all the children vanish to get their lunch. There are trees giving loads of shade, and a great bar.


Throughout the village you will see small poster advertising day trips, usually to the playa (beach) and these are great value, I went on a trip to Chiclana for 8 euros, leaving at 8am, and back in the village at 9pm, Chiclana is near Cadiz, on the Atlantic coast, and has wide open white sandy beaches with not an English accent in earchot, and the cafes and restaurants were very reasonably priced.

Car hire is very expensive over the summer months, so do consider public transport to get to Pruna, a bus from Seville costs just 8.40 euros, and they are regular and clean.


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leplanol said:
26 March 2015 @ 09:06

Just loved your blog on Pruna .... we are tempted to buy there so your knowledge and insight were invaluable. As Australians we have no spanish and currently live in France nr Toulouse, but after selling we are now looking (and still looking...) for the next adventure.... do you know of any real estate agents or someone who I should conact to inquire regarding looking for 'the house'... not a large budget but you made the community sound so lovely, and our village here is divine as are our french neighbours so another unique and wonderful community would be ideal.... but thank you, your blog was brilliant !

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