Andalucia, the region located just at the southern part of Spain and barely a stone´s throw from Africa, has always fascinated foreign travellers as it did with former civilizations. A splendid mixture of summer heat, music and dance, picturesque towns and cities, love for life and fiestas, rugged mountains and blue seas. Nature, art and poetry, with an addition of exotism give a romantic touch to any trip around Andalucia. Our aim is to give visitors an overview of Andalucian destinations, showing its richness and variety of landscapes and architecture.




Almeria, a mediterranean charming city. The Alpujarras beauty. The solitude of Tabernas desert area. The Poniente area, beaches, mountains and greenhouses. Mojacar, a truly picturesque white town. The unique Cabo de Gata - Nijar Nature Reserve. Exploring the deep blue sea. Los Velez, art within dramatic mountains


Arcos town, a pearl in the countryside. Grazalema Nature Reserve, the greenest Andalucia. Los Pueblos Blancos, some of the most beautiful and scenic towns in Spain. Cadiz, la Tacita de Plata, the oldest city in Europe, with its cuban flavor. San Fernando, home of Camaron and flamenco roots. Medina Sidonia, another not to be missed white town inland. Jerez, Sherry wine, horse dancing, flamenco and tapas. El Puerto de Santa Maria, an old port related to America discovery. Vejer, a maze of amazing streets. Estrecho Nature Reserve and its wonderful sandy beaches. Tarifa wind paradise for sport fans. Africa vision. Sotogrande Marina. The imposing Gibraltar Rock. Alcornocales Nature Reserve dense oak forests. Sanlucar de Barrameda, an arty town in front of Donana National Park, just where Guadalquivir River meets the Atlantic Ocean. Northwest coast, a long line of beaches, fishing ports and pine trees.


Cordoba, the city of the Mosque and the Roman Bridge. Pedroches Valley, a secluded part of Andalucia, where still remains rural life. Montoro, a reddish stone town overlooking a river meander. The olive trees countryside. Sierras de Cardena, Andujar and Hornachuelos Nature Reserves, where Sierra Morena shows at its best. Priego, the baroque jewels of this charming city. The middle cities of Southern Cordoba, full of art and history. Subbetica Nature Reserve, craggy rocks surrounded by beautifully lined olive trees.


Granada, an awe-inspiring romantic city with the Alhambra Palace at the foot of Sierra Nevada mountains. Castles with many old stories around them. Loja scenic location and surroundings. Water anytime of the year. Picturesque River Canyons and Reservoirs. Almuñecar, the Costa Tropical protected by the moutains. Salobreña town overlooking the sea. Phoenicians ruins and avocado and chirimoya culture. Guadix, badlands with caves where people still live. Some of the highest peaks in Spain. Almond trees at the foot of Sierra Nevada. The magic of landscapes of Negratin area.


Moguer, Juan Ramon Jimenez´s birthplace. Christopher Columbus in Spain. Condado wine countryside. Doñana National Park wildlife sanctuary. Huelva fishing capital and surrounding beaches. Aracena, where to taste iberian ham, chestnuts and enjoy Las Maravillas Cave. Charming rural life for locals and visitors. The stunning Riotinto Mines. The lush mediterranean forests of Sierra de Aracena Nature Reserve. Ayamonte, a picturesque fishing port on the Guadiana bank. The beaches of Huelva coastline, quiet and enjoyable. Fishing and yachting ports and pine tree forests. The proximity of Algarve coast and portuguese border.


Jaen city with its wonderful cathedral and castle. Sierra Magina Nature Reserve, an oasis of mountainous villages into a peaceful olive oil countryside. The hidden Sierra Sur, an off the beaten path destination. The renaissance twin cities of Ubeda and Baeza. The Route of Vandelvira. A paradise for painters. Despeñaperros Nature Reserve and its beautiful surroundings. Cazorla, a lively town, gate for striking Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas Nature Reserve. The little perched towns of Segura de la Sierra and Hornos. A castle of water in Southeast Spain. Guadiana Menor River Valley´s colourful land.


Malaga, where Picasso was born. Montes de Malaga Nature Reserve shelter the city. Tiny Mijas overlooking the Mediterranean. Antequera, a llively historic city just in the heart of Andalucia. Megalithic tombs and magic Torcal Nature Reserve. El Chorro Gorge, a deep cut by where Caminito del Rey used to run. Fuente de Piedra Lake, a paradise for flamencoes, half year dry, half year life. Ronda, myths and romanticism around the striking Tajo Gorge. Acinipo Roman Ruins, at a windy plateau surrounded in the middle of nowhere. The little rural towns of Genal Valley. The underground world of Montejaque and Benaojan. Nerja town, beaches and El Balcón de Europa. A trip around the axarquia villages. Sierra de Tejeda y Almijara Nature Reserve, the closest high peaks to the sea, quite remarkable in winter. Frigiliana, an artists hideaway close to Nerja.


Colourful Sevilla with its narrow alleys that converge in an incredible Cathedral and the sumptous Reales Alcazares. World famous fiestas. Carmona, a small city with a well preserved historic district. Marchena, the hidden treasure. Olive grooves and sunflower fields under the sun. Osuna palaces, churches and convents, cobblestone streets and white washed walls. Ecija, the city of the towers. Genil Valley and the “Bandoleros Route”. Estepa, the sweet heart of Andalucia. Cazalla de la Sierra, a quaint tiny town always reluctant. Mountains, and forests, an exceptional breeding area for the iberian pig. Cerro del Hierro fantastic rocky outline. Hueznar Valley, nature at its best.

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