Beniardá, like the rest of the population center of the Guadalest valley, lets its Moorish roots to flow. The singular tracing of its small streets, the choice of the place, the habits of its people and more of one dress make it think about that past civilization – because they were civilized and I think a little more than those who expelled them – that marked such a deep mark in our land, where they left a very simple trail to follow. The fields are still working – not all – with the methods created by the ancestors of a good number of peopel. And they still eat simple dishes from the Moroccan kitchen that was not bad …
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