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We're delighted to welcome you to our website. Here you will find helpful advice and information when you visit Andalucia and for your next trip to this picturesque region in Spain. Having lived in Andalucia ourselves for quite a few years, we're confident we can offer you an exciting insight into this alluring part of southern Spain.

Shopping street Calle Larios in Málaga old town, Spain, Andalucia
One of the Nasrid palaces in Alhambra, Granada with view of the garden and fountain
Beach at the Costa del Sol, Andalusia, with little rocks in the Mediterranean sea

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Your Holiday in Andalucia

Andalucia is one of the most beautiful spots one could ever wish to travel to with its mixture of sun, blue flag beaches and delicious food. It is steeped in ancient culture and history and boasts of sparkling coasts all the way from Huelva to Almeria, traversing Costa de la Luz, Costa del Sol, Costa Tropical and Costa de Almeria.

The people of Andalucia are very friendly and there is always some "fiesta" taking place somewhere! Discover the charming little villages, with the traditional whitewashed houses and colourful orange groves. You can also relax with a cool drink in a shady taverna and gaze at the stunning scenery.


There is even a very unique and magnificent ski resort in the Sierra Nevada, with breath-taking slopes and where the most amazing hiking trails and summer activities occur off season!

From the Costa del Sol to the Costa de la Luz

If you're thinking of taking your holiday in the Costa del Sol, you will encounter a thriving nightlife, plenty of hotels and bars and popular beaches, not only in Malaga.

Visit Marbella and rub shoulders with the elite of Andalucia, where people sport luxury cars and superyachts at the well-known Puerto Banus marina. If you're an avid golfer, you will be thrilled to learn that the Costa del Sol commands some excellent golf courses, where professional tournaments have frequently been played.

The Costa de la Luz possesses its own special brand of magical charm. Visit the ancient Roman ruins in Barbate, beautifully outlined by the backdrop of the glittering Atlantic Ocean. Experience the gastronomic delights at Zahara de los Atunes, where fresh tuna tastes like heaven on earth!

The brilliant diversity of Andalucia ensures that a traveller to this part of Spain would never be bored. Don't miss the spectacular Horse Show event in Jerez de la Frontera. And if you're in Seville in April, you will surely be bowled over by the colourful and cheerful Feria de Abril, where you can dance away the traditional Sevillanas.

Travel into Ronda, a beautiful town nestled on the top of a very tall cliff. If you look down the chasm, called El Tajo, you will feel exhilarated at the the sheer height of the cliff, but you will also see the charming Guadalevin river in the valleys.

Visit the idyllic Granada, with sensational views across the snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada and plenty of history on offer. There are a number of airports to choose from as well, which will cut down on transfer time. For instance, Seville and Jerez both have airports with a further one halfway between these cities. Málaga International airport and Gibraltar are also handy options.

Discover the Cities of Andalucia - Jerez de la Frontera & more

Dive into the Andalusian Culture

When you visit Andalucia, one of the best places to visit for culture, without a doubt, is Cordoba. With its famous Mezquita cathedral highlighting the Moorish rule in Spain eight centuries ago, Cordoba is a true Andalusian cultural gem.

On a southern direction from Cordoba is the region of Granada. In the capital of Granada, you will find the beautiful palace of the Alhambra, displaying exquisite Moorish architecture and attractive grounds. Step into the princess's chambers where stars were carved into the roof so that the moon could shine through for her. No wonder it is one of the many world heritage sites located in Spain's south.

The Moorish influence is apparent all over Andalucía, but especially in Seville. Marvel at the Giralda bell tower, which lights up at night as if it's made of pure gold. If you're up for some action, head over to Torremolinos, Fuengirola and Benalmadena in the Costa del Sol for dazzling lights, dancing and musical attractions in the cities.

In Andalucia there are many places where outdoor activities and nature can be enjoyed, both in the summer as well as in the winter. Doñana national park is a nature reserve harbouring protected species in an area covered by Huelva, Cadiz and Seville.

There are numerous opportunities for hiking too, like El Caminito del Rey, Sendero Rio de la Miel and Picos de Mijas, among others. They all feature lush vegetation, quaint paths and gorgeous scenery. From the Sierra de las Nieves to the Sierra Bermeja, Andalusia's hiking trails are striking and scenic.

Caves are also widely available to explore in Andalucía. In Nerja, Ardales and La Pileta are some natural caves that are open to the public, with charming names like Cueva del Gato and Cueva de Tesoro.

The Best Places to Visit to Enjoy Nature

Your Visit in Andalucia - So Much More Than Expected

We wholeheartedly recommend you to visit Andalucia as your next travel destination. There is nothing that you cannot do in this splendid area of Spain - windsurfing, skiing, hiking, cultural tours and even a visit to a veritable desert in Almeria, there is something for any kind of tourist!

Hotels are very reasonably priced and of high quality, with helpful staff always at hand. Get ready to be mesmerized by the flamenco singing and dancing, the delectable tapas, stunning landscape and glittering Mediterranean Sea. Take a look around our website, to plan the holiday of your dreams!


Is Andalusia worth visiting?

Andalucia is truly worth a visit. There is a vast array of choices to suit every traveller's needs, from extreme sports to culture to sunbathing - one of Europe's most visited regions. Prices are very reasonable and access is easy with several airports at your disposal.

What is the best time to visit Andalusia?

Any time of the year is great for a holiday in Andalucia, as the majority of the region enjoys over 300 days of sunshine per year. However, if you are particularly inclined towards swimming and sunbathing, then late Spring and the hot Summer is best.

How many days do you need in Andalucia?

Usually about a week should cover most types of holidays in Andalucía. A weekend city trip is also to be recommended. However, if you plan to do intricate and involved cultural tours, for example, then you would probably need extra time.

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