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The strum of a guitar, the clack of a flamenco dancer’s feet, a waft of orange blossom on a Mediterranean breeze. Andalucia, encircled by mountains and sea, is one of Spain’s most beguiling regions. If its beaches are not enough of a temptation, Andalucia has three World Heritage cities and a culture that resonates with passion and energy. Flamenco was born here, as was the guitar (and Antonio Banderas).
Seville is its large vibrant city, perhaps most famous for the Alcázar. Tapas bar-hopping is a favourite pastime.
In Granada, Andalucia’s Islamic heritage reaches a pinnacle with the stunning Alhambra Palace fortress.
The second of the “Big Three”, Córdoba, claims a pearl of Moorish architecture, the Mezquita.
Alcazar is home to the King of Spain when visiting Seville, and features a castle with delightful gardens designed with ponds, fountains, plants and a Moorish bathhouse. Most of the Moorish part dates from the 14th century.
These are more than just snacks in Andalucia. The word literally means a lid and was thought to have come from the habit of having a few nibbles with a drink and then placing a saucer of tapas on top of the glass to keep the flies out. Eating one or two tapas with a glass of sherry or wine will enhance the taste experience!
Experience the passion, romance and vibrant colours of this mesmerising dance. Join in with the locals, snap your fingers, stamp your feet and immerse yourself in the wonderful culture of Flamenco.
The chief monument of Córdoba is the Mezquita (cathedral-mosque) dating back to the 10th century. Today the mosque can be visited throughout the year.
Visit the Picasso Museum here in Malaga where the famous artist was born. Marvel at his works and be sure to allow ample time for exploring, especially in high season when there can be queues.
Located in the Province of Granada. It was constructed in the mid 14th century, built for the last Muslim Emirs in Spain and its court of the Nasrid. Be sure to witness the stunning architecture.
Discover the essence of the Sherry Wine by visiting Bodegas Gutierrez Colosia one of the oldest wineries of El Puerto de Santa Maria and enjoy a tasting of six di¬erent delicious types of Sherry Wines.
Marvel at UNESCO World Heritage-listed attractions of Royal Alcázar Palace and Seville Cathedral. Visit the Royal Maestranza Bullring and Museum, Plaza de Espana, Santa Cruz Quarter, and enjoy a river cruise.
This old town is best seen on foot. You’ll enjoy a pleasant half day stroll through the medieval city streets stopping at all the major monuments. The Mezquita Alcázar and the Synagogue are just some of the attractions you will encounter along the way.
Here's a taste of some of our favourite hotels and lodges in the Andalucia region.
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