Vejer, pronounced "bayhair" is one of the Pueblo Blanco towns set high on a ridge above the surrounding valley.
We were going to cycle but our pals on the site pointed out that it was about ten miles of uphill getting steeper at the end. Even with the new Electric bike it was not probably a good idea for our first visit. Anyway it was far too hot to cycle. So we persuaded Dave and Liane to join us again on the motorised transport.
The old town is partially walled and in lovely condition, still very much lived in, not just an historical relic.
The main square is delightful with a fountain and cafes and lots of local people just sitting in the shade of the palm trees.
The streets wander up and down the hill side and meander through alley ways. Doors open onto courtyards and private homes. Rooftop terraces abound and it all has a feeling of peaceful life of a time gone by.
Once again, I think we will be spending a lot more time here over the next few months.