Andalusia and the Portuguese Algarve
What can we say about Andalusia? Discover the main points in each province, in addition to the Algarve.
They say there is something special about Seville. Set on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, wandering through its streets and meeting its people is an experience everyone should enjoy. The capital of Andalusia oozes happiness and life. It is home to architectural structures that have been declared World Heritage sites and neighbourhoods with deep-rooted popular traditions, such as the Triana and La Macarena districts. This is in addition to the cities numerous terraces, bars and pubs where you can try out one of the city's tastiest and most famous traditions: tapas. Places of interest in the city: The Cathedral and La Giralda. The Reales Alcázares. The Tower of Gold. The bridges of Seville. The basilicas of La Macarena and the Great Power. Magic Island... See more
The old and the new unite in this thousand-year-old city, which is a World Heritage Site. It boasts a multitude of details that stand as testimony to the great legacy diverse cultures have left to this city over the years. A walk through the historic centre of Cordoba involves the discovery of a beautiful maze of streets, squares and patios that are guarded by the Mosque-Cathedral and situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir, which is a witness to many of Andalusia's most symbolic cities. Places of interest: The Mosque. The Tower of Calahorra. The Alcazar of the Christian Kings. The Roman Temple. The localities of Priego de Córdoba, Cabra and Lucena. See more
Considered the oldest city in the West (it was founded 3000 years ago by the Phoenicians), Cádiz has managed to preserve an important historic legacy that, in addition to its stunning beaches, make this province a must-visit destination for fans of culture and leisure pursuits. Along with Huelva it shares one of the greatest environmental treasures in Spain, which has also been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO: Doñana National Park. Places of interest: The tower of Tavira. Cathedral. The castle of Santa Catalina and that of San Sebastián. The Theater Fails. Localities like Zahara de la Sierra, Setenil de las Bodegas or Tarifa. The Cartuja de Jerez. The crafts of Gastor and Algodonales ... See more
At the foot of Sierra Nevada, under the attentive gaze of the Alhambra and between the Darro and Genil rivers, is one of the most intriguing cities in eastern Andalusia. The last legacy of Al-Andalus belongs to this beautiful city, which will take you back in time with its unmistakable Arab roots. Its gastronomy, handcrafts and city planning have all been determined by its delightful history. Places of interest: The Alhambra. The Albaicín. The Generalife. Cathedral. The Royal Chapel. The Abbey. The Castle of Calahorra. See more
The capital of the Costa del Sol. The eternal destination for people who love the beach, good weather and leisure options. Malaga is a happy, bustling city filled with pretty corners, including the Alameda Principal and the Farola beach promenade. The province is also home to towns such as Nerja and Marbella, in addition to mountain towns like Frigiliana, which is considered one of the most beautiful towns in Spain, and Júzcar, which is the Smurf village. Places of interest: Pablo Ruiz Picasso Museum, Palacio de los Condes de Buenavista, Plaza de la Merced, La Alcazaba and the Castle. The dolmen of Menta, Viera and El Romeral. The Arab Baths of Ronda ... See more
In the southwest of the Iberian Peninsula is one of the most beautiful areas known to sun and beach tourism: the Portuguese Algarve. With a pleasant year round climate, beaches worthy of a postcard, small coves, bays and cliffs... Portimão, Albufeira, Tavira, Sagres, they're all worth a visit! See more