I am finding little information about winter walking/hiking in Andalucia in january. Las Alpujararras is one of the few areas where the temperature is usually ok apparently. We would be fine with low teens - celsius. Was also looking at aracena for a more unexplored area but that appears to be cold as does Ronda/Antequera. Looking to establish a rural base for four or five days of relaxation and nature on a trip to Spain. We've been to Northern Spain in summer and it was fantastic (Comillas and thereabouts.) Any reason I should stop thinking about making a rural stop at this time of year?
The debate is that if it is absolutely dead, we are coming from France and we might as well stay in Provence where a bit more might be open? thank you.