This morning we visited our municipal capital, the little town of Nijar. It has been so many years since we last went there that this trip was just an initial exploration to get our bearings.
We parked in the municipal car park and walked up through the old quarter to the church.
Many subjects to paint here: attractive old buildings with their ornate wooden doors, quaint narrow streets and pretty little squares and corners. We crossed the top of the town and descended back down the main commercial street.
Nijar is famous for its pottery and hand woven rugs, so we passed many artisan shops as well as tempting bars and cafes. We will go back soon to do some Christmas shopping.