Arcos de la Frontera Coat of Arms
Arcos de la Frontera is situated in the province of Cadiz and it gained its name because it was the frontier of Spain's 13th century battle with the Moors. Arcos became partly famous for its ten bells that tolled throughout the war with the Moors (Wikipedia). The town has some 30.000 inhabitants and is based high on a sandstone ridge which makes it a spectacular sight.
|Driving towards Arcos|
|Large cactus growth along the road|
|The road up to Arcos|
|The old castle on the left|
|A man talking falcon language|