Thursday Doors, The Moroccan Tea Gardens in Crevillent in Spain

The Moroccan Tea Gardens are difficult to find and involved a long drive along a dusty track until we arrived at what seems at first sight to be an oasis in a thirsty plain.  Getting in is easy enough but I worried about getting out again when the iron gate was closed firmly behind us with a firm jailhouse rattle.

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23 responses to “Thursday Doors, The Moroccan Tea Gardens in Crevillent in Spain

  1. What gorgeous colours and fab doors!


  2. Amazingly bright colours! My wife would have made me do it again if I’d picked them!


  3. I love this place. The doors are amazing. Have a Happy Christmas.


  4. Those are beautiful!


  5. clearly like the dramatic window shot


  6. what a fascinating colourful place..


  7. Gorgeous place – for a little while. The bright colours might have made it a trifle hard on the eyes after a while, but then in the bright sunshine, bright colours fade a bit, don’t they. What Province is Crevillant in, or have I missed something earlier?


  8. What a riot of exuberant colour, Andrew!


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