At noon on the weekend, the quiet town, with the exception of three or two visitors, could not see the residents. It would take about an hour to walk around the town, the blue sky, the white clouds and the blue houses.
Not far from Ronda, I remember about an hour. Driving past is all mountain roads, and you have to go back and forth in and out. It's not too big and there are few people. We went to play for more than an hour at noon. Suddenly I remembered that my wallet forgot to stay at Longda B&B, so I hurried back to Longda haha
The Chinese name is Smurf Town. Drive over half an hour from Ronda. In 2010, Sony began preparing for the film "The Smurfs", and one of the locations was Juzcar, a small town in southern Spain. This is a small village with only 250 residents, surrounded by mountains. It is said that during the filming of the film, it took a total of 9 tons of paint to paint the walls of all the houses blue, and even the churches became blue, although Sony promised to restore the village to its original appearance after the filming. The villagers visited by the Smurfs voted to keep their permanent villages for the Smurfs. Perhaps it is this tranquility and simplicity that makes this small village with only one church, one hotel and one restaurant become a tourist attraction that is not rare for tourists. It only takes an hour to tour the entire town, but if you are going to Malaga again, you have to be careful of the mountain roads. There are ninety-nine or eighty-one bends on the mountain road. It is best to take a motion sickness medicine for motion sickness.
The blue graffiti house, like a childhood paradise.
The Spanish town is beautiful, the graffiti architecture attracts many tourists and good sights.
Juzcar was originally an Andalusian town with white as the main theme. In order to cope with the shooting and promotion of the Hollywood 3D animation film "The Smurfs", all the houses and facilities of Juzcar were painted blue. The small village where the "Smurfs" family lives in the film is shot here. After the film was completed, most residents here decided not to restore the walls to their original white. Nowadays, there are various smurf patterns painted on the walls of small town houses, and it seems like you are in the fairy tale world of "The Smurfs".