A rugged sierra, green valleys, beautiful white villages, several Moorish castles and fortified towns.
All stereotypes about Spain originate in Andalucia; fiesta, siestas, flamenco, bullfighting and a relaxed approach to life, and they contain some truth.
The European region closest to Africa. For almost 800 years, the Arab culture left its mark on this country, leaving behind unique treasures, such as the Alhambra (Granada) and the Mezquita (Cordoba).
Andalucia has beautiful cities; Malaga, Sevilla, Cordoba, Granada, but also Antequera, Ronda, Jerez de la Frontera, Ubeda and Priego. The latter represent the golden age of Spain, when the captured treasures from the New World made Andalusia rich.
The unspoilt landscape of this region; from the marshes and dunes of Donana to the Alpujarras (the magnificent precursors of the Sierra Nevada).