Visit Andalucia travelogues are much more than just guide books. They explore and illustrate in graphic colour the subject and the place. They are for people who are not satisfied with what they are told from the top deck of a tour bus or from the guides supplied by the tourist office. 'The Road to Manilva' looks at the Municipality of Manilva from prehistoric times to the modern day. It takes you to places within the municipality not normally visited by the visitor from Tartessian - Phoenician settlements to the Roman Baths, still used today. The book covers diverse subjects that influenced the growth of Manilva and its towns such as the Barbary Pirates and the history of amphorae. It does much more than just scratch the surface.
Nick Nutter was born and raised in Lancashire. At the age of seventeen years he joined the Fleet Air Arm as an anti submarine helicopter observer and subsequently became the youngest officer in the Royal Navy to wear 'wings'.That career was followed by twenty two years in the Lancashire Constabulary, fourteen of which were on detached, village beats.He and his partner, Julie Evans, moved to Spain in the year 2000. They started a business, Duquesa Business Centre and a website design company. Duquesa Business Centre was sold in 2005 and is to this day a successful business.In the year 2004 they created a magazine, 'Andalucia Life' that, over the following five years, became the best read magazine onthe Costa del Sol. The magazine was sold in 2011.In 2010 Nick and Julie bought a failing business and developed Estepona Port Business and Internet Centre that was sold in 2015.Now they are concentrating on a community site, www.visit-andalucia.com, their new magazine Visit Andalucia and producing travelogues about Andalucia.
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