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Highlights in Andalusia
- Beaches and watersports
- Amazing nightlife
- Tapas culture
- Moorish architecture
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Villas in Andalusia
Andalusia is a land of a thousand holidays, and there is a gorgeous holiday rental waiting for you every time you come. Stay in Seville, a genuinely electrifying and outrageously beautiful city. Or find a letting in and around Granada, surrounded by some of the tallest mountains in Europe. Looking for a seaside holiday? Almeria offers the most memorable coastline in Andalusia in terms of natural beauty, whilst partygoers need no more than beeline straight to one of the resort towns to the west of Malaga, be it Torremolinos (great LGBT scene), Benalmadena, or opulent Marbella.Villas for an unforgettable holiday in the sun
When you think of villas in Andalusia, think of lettings designed to enjoy the vast number of days of sunshine that characterise this world famous region of Spain, with your own swimming pool overlooking the sea, mountains or olive-tree strewn hills, a contemporary, well-appointed interior, and more than enough space for large groups. When you think of villas in Andalusia, think of paradise!
Travellers and activities
Andalusia embodies the true spirit of Spain’s piercingly vibrant nightlife, with Sevilla known as the Andalusian city with the most rambunctious nightlife of all. Check out Calle Betis for the most happening tapas bars and nightclubs in the city. Or if you are looking for hip and trendy cocktail bars, the area of town called Al Arenal is your best bet. On a budget? Alfala is ideal for cheap, chipper and raucous night-time fun!Andalusia for beach bums
The greatest thing about Andalusia’s beach scene is the sheer diversity of choice, from rumbustious beaches heavy with partygoers in the western Costa Del Sol, to the wild and isolated landscapes and stark beauty of Cabo de Gata in Almeria, to the wonderfully equipped family-friendly beaches of Axarquia, there is something to meet the tastes of even the most discerning beach bum in Andalusia!Andalusia for admirers of traditional Moorish villages
The captivating mountainous countryside of the Malaga region is dotted with a profusion of well-preserved traditional Moorish villages characterised by serpentine, meandering passageways lit up by resplendent floral displays. The most thrilling village of all is Comares in Axarquia, impossibly perched in a special position on a cliff 700 metres above sea level and offering the most darling of views over the entire region.
Known worldwide for its sea and sand, Andalusia is also home to Spain’s highest mountain in Granada – a mecca for skiers!
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Visit Marbella to experience true glamour and luxury. Parties and events at the myriad yachts and international designer stores blend perfectly with the simplicity and Andalusian style of the historic old quarter.2. Discover the fabulous caves of Nerja
On the outskirts of Nerja in Malaga region you will find the world-class Nerja caves replete with the world’s tallest natural pillar and breathtaking natural cave formations. Undoubtedly the most spectacular cave complex in all of Andalusia!3. Learn all about the region’s olive oil industry
75% of Spain’s olive oil production comes from Andaluaia, where olive trees stretch in neat rows all the way to the horizon. There are numerous olive oil factory tours to enjoy across the region such as Baeza in the province of Jaen, where you can learn all about the history of this paradigmatic foodstuff at the Museum of Olive Culture.4. Experience the ardour of a local football match
Travel to Seville to experience the two biggest teams in Andalusia. Boasting mightily impressive stadiums, Real Betis and Sevilla also claim to have the most impassioned fans in the entire country. The club anthem, sung by 50,000 supporters as the players enter the field, will have your hair standing on end.5. Stroll around Cordoba’s uber-exotic gardens
The Alcazar of Cordoba is a fanciful Arabic inspired garden that enraptures its guests with rainbow flower beds that line beautiful ponds with the ancient Alcazar castle towering in the background.6. Gorge on Andalusia’s famous free tapas!
Andalusia is known as the home of free tapas, but not all provinces of Andalusia are the same. The province of Jaen and Granada have more free tapas than anywhere else in Spain! Order a drink of your choice in any bar in these provinces and you will be rewarded with a free delicious snack!7. Take in the sunset in one of the Malaga’s rooftop bars
A great way to end a day exploring Andalusia, take your place at SH Malaga Centro Terrace in Malaga, where the sunset will splinter the sky into a sea of psychedelic colours as you sit back and relax to the sounds of ambient music performed by local artists.