The cliche image of a tourist: comfortable walking shoes, backpack, camera. Maybe bare feet and a swimsuit, if the setting is right. Equal parts weariness and curiosity, attentiveness and adventure.

Not so for model Joana in The Accidental Tourist. Along the sun-soaked coast of Spain she’s a glamour girl in all her glory, never succumbing to the comforts of being an observer instead of the observed. She knows how to turn heads in white mesh and white bikinis against tanned glowing skin.

Photographer Cristina Carra Caso explains: “From the sun worshippers, the day trippers to the Brits abroad. Our “Accidental Tourist” faces all and stands alone in all her beauty. A bronzed Goddess to which there is no equal.”

Accidental tourist

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Accidental Tourist by Cristina Carra Caso
Accidental Tourist by Cristina Carra Caso
Accidental Tourist by Cristina Carra Caso
Accidental Tourist by Cristina Carra Caso
Accidental Tourist by Cristina Carra Caso
Accidental Tourist by Cristina Carra Caso

To capture these enviable backdrops Carra Caso and team journeyed from Madrid to the South of Spain, Nerja. Beautiful for both it’s styling and the clear blue skies and crystal blue waters, you can view the full shoot by clicking on the thumbnails.

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