Andalusia is one of the largest autonomous communities in Spain. Dreamlike beaches, breathtaking landscapes, local villages with white houses and a lively atmosphere make this land a perfect place to enjoy an extraordinary holiday. Andalusia is the ideal destination to live a holiday full of lots of natural features, gastronomy and culture.
Some of the most characteristic features of this land of contrasts are its emblematic monuments such as the Alhambra de Granada, Mezquita de Córdoba and Real Alcázar de Sevilla, Puente Romano de Córdoba, Conjuntos Monumentales de Úbeda y Baeza and Castillos de Almodóvar del Río. In its capital, Seville, you must visit its cathedral with its famous La Giralda tower or the beautiful Plaza de España, which has been the scene of numerous films. The most beautiful villages of Andalusia like Nerja, Carmona, Frigiliana or Ronda, although so different between them, have an atmosphere full of art and joy.
Beyond its majestic cities and towns full of charm, some of the natural treasures of Andalusia are its incredible landscapes like Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata, Doñana and Sierra de Cazorla. Also worth visiting is the Torcal de Antequera with its science fiction landscapes or the particular Tinto of Huelva river, which features stained red waters.
Although summer is an amazing time to visit Costa del Sol, the Costa de la Luz, the Costa Tropical or Almeria, the winter in Andalusia mesmerizes with the white snow that envelops the ski resort of Sierra Nevada.
With more than 87 thousand km2, Andalusia is a land with a great historical legacy, something that is recognizable in many of its corners, such as the Alhambra or the Alpujarras. Famous for being the cradle of flamenco and for hosting some of the best “fiestas” in Spain such as Feria de Abril de Sevilla or El Rocio.
Playa de Bolonia: located in Tarifa, this beach is a spectacular and almost unspoiled beach. In it, we will find 3.800 meters of fine sand and crystalline waters, which is the perfect setting to find some peace and quiet.
Playa de Los Alemanes: cold water and a vibrant color blue, the Alemanes beach in Tarifa is one of the best beaches in Andalusia. While you sunbathe, you can see the Bay of La Plata and the North African coast.
Playa de los Muertos: this beach, located in Almería, is one of the most well-known and visited on the Mediterranean coast due to its exotic beauty and turquoise waters.
Playa de Calahonda: in Motril, Granada, this beach is one of the favorites of many tourists. Its thick and dark sand, bathed by crystal clear waters, is ideal for relaxing and feeling the Andalusian sun.
Playa El Palmar: El Palmar beach, in Cadiz, is a pristine beach that offers a privileged setting for water sports such as bodyboarding or surfing.
Playa de Matalascañas: this beach of Huelva, with its fine white sand and its five kilometers of extension has a family atmosphere with many services and facilities.
Playa de Zahara de los Atunes: featuring golden and soft sand mixed with waters of green and blue tones, the beach of Zahara de los Atunes is one of the most popular of Andalusia. It is ideal for doing water sports such as windsurfing or scuba diving.
For a group or family travel, the best option is to rent a villa with a private pool or a house or chalet where you can have the same freedom that you have at your own home. In addition, this type of accommodation allows you to enjoy the comfort of an independent house. Andalusia, being the second largest community in Spain, is a destination where you will find a large number of holiday homes and independent chalets to choose from. In our website we have a great variety of villas in Andalusia where you can enjoy a relaxing holiday.
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