Back on our bikes, we continued along the bike path to our lunch spot-Agroturismo Ecologico el Cortijillo.
It was beautiful on the inside where we were served a delicious buffet lunch,
and on the outside where we ate it.
After lunch, while we rode in the sag wagon, some biked up the long. long, steep hill to the white village of Zuheros, considered to be one of the most picturesque villages in Cordova.
There from the little square you can view the castle, built on a huge rock by the Arabs in the 9th Century.
Orginally names SUJAYRA, from which the town gets its name, it was reconquered by Fernendo III and underwent Renaissance remodeling in the 15th Century.
Back at our hotel that night there was time for relaxing,
and appreciating the beautiful tile work on the columns in the lounge before dinner.
Our group in the morning before the trip to Granada.