Las Negras has been extremely busy this Semana Santa and the weather, although not as clear and hot as at the beginning of the week, has been warm and sunny enough to please our visitors. Yesterday morning we walked to San Pedro and back with a couple of friends who were staying with us. The mountains are still looking fresh and green and the wild flowers add splahes of vivid colour. This photo, taken from the path to San Pedro, shows a patch of poppies and Bermuda buttercups behind an old stone wall.
We returned to Las Negras for a tapas lunch and afterwards strolled around the village. The fish restaurants on the front were doing great trade. This photo shows the restaurant Las Barcas and a group of horses on the beach below.
We have not seen these horses here before so naturally went and spoke to them.
Between the bars hippy traders had set up art and craft stalls. Here are a few of them alongside Bar Cerro Negro.
We thought this stall with its colourful parasols very eye catching.
The owners were equally interesting. Here is a photo of them sitting on the sea wall opposite their stall. I published another photo of them and their wares on https://coloursofspain.wordpress.com/2015/04/03/trading-in-las-negras-on-good-friday/ Click on the link to have a look and if you click on the photos in our blogs they will enlarge.