When exploring towns large and small around Spain there's often been very narrow streets and I often wonder - why so narrow? To keep out the heat? Lack of space within enclosed, protective walls?
Seville has an incredible maze of narrow, some barely passable by two people. Here's a couple I came across in smaller Andalucian towns. The first one is the quirky white village of Setenil de las Bodegas just over the Malaga border into Cadiz. A fabulous small town with houses built into and on rock.
The second another lovely town, Priego de Cordoba just over the border from my home province Jaen into Cordoba. Another town with a long history, lovely monuments and a balcony that I think is far better than that of Ronda.
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Setenil de las Bodegas
A Visit to Priego de Cordoba
Renaissance King's Fountain in Priego de Cordoba