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A description of life in Pruna, a village in the Andalusian mountains

The delightful Spanish village of Pruna and all the facts and fancies you need to know so as to enjoy Pruna to the full

Getting from Pruna to Olvera by bus, or why not hitch hike? (and Vice versa)
20 July 2014 @ 14:59

There are two buses a day, 6.30am and 4.15pm  from Olvera, and 3.45pm and 8.45pm from Pruna to Olvera

 

So what to do outside this time? Well in winter I walk to Olvera and take the 4.15pm bus back, but the rest of the year I hitchhike.

 

Hitchhiking is legal, safe, and a great way to meet people. The villagers in Olvera and Pruna do it all the time, so I have now joined in.

 



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Esther said:
07 April 2018 @ 01:22

Hitchhiking is safe in Olvera ;-) and Pruna. I don't get in the car unless I know who it is.

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