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EXPLORA ANDALUCÍA

When to Travel in Spain This region of southern Spain holds many treasures. It is a land of culture and history, but also of folklore and popular festivals, of relaxing walks immersed in the enchanting landscapes and immense beaches, enjoying the delicious typical culinary specialities.

 

1. SEVILLE             Actividades en Sevilla

With a strategic location, Seville is the perfect destination to explore Andalusia. Its historical importance and its unique architecture make it a must-see in southern Spain when traveling in Spain. The city is full of things to do, from enjoying nights out with friends to romantic strolls around the main square late at night when everyone has gone home.

 

 

 

 

 

2. CORDOBACordoba

Córdoba is a city in southern Spain. Located just 40 minutes by train from Seville, it is undoubtedly a must-see on a trip to Andalusia.

 

 

 

 

 

3. GRANADA

Granada is the third city on our list of must-see cities in Andalusia. This Spanish city is home to one of the most emblematic monuments of Islamic architecture: the Alhambra. If you are planning a trip to Andalusia, don’t forget to also visit the Generalife gardens!

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. RONDARonda

Ronda is a small town crowned by a hill that dominates the entire valley. Its main attraction is the New Bridge, which appears on all the postcards. It connects the old and the new city, crossing the river and the valley.

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. WHITE TOWNS

The white villages are one of the main attractions of Andalusia. There are several locations where you can find them, and many of them have a lot to offer. We are going on a road trip from Seville to Córdoba and vice versa, just so we can visit all these beautiful corners along the way!

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. MALAGAMalaga

As a historic city, Malaga has a lot to offer. Its old town is full of beautiful architecture and places of cultural interest. The Picasso Museum, the cathedral, and the Alcázar are examples of this rich heritage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. CAMINITO DEL REYCominto del re

The Caminito del Rey is one of the most spectacular natural landscapes in Andalusia. To reach it, you will have to be a bit adventurous, but the journey is worth it. Until 2015, when it was completely renovated, this trail was considered the most dangerous in the world! Luckily, today it fully complies with safety regulations.

 

 

 

 

 

8. CADIZ AND JEREZ DE LA FRONTERACadiz

Cadiz is a great city to visit. It may not be as popular as other cities in Andalusia, but it has its own charm. The old town has some really beautiful buildings and monuments, such as the cathedral and the Giralda Tower. You can also see impressive Roman ruins at remains like Baelo Claudia.

Jerez de la Frontera is known for its wine, the famous Jerez wine. In the city, there are more than 20 wineries and vineyards, and some of them offer guided tours with wine tasting.

 

 

 

9. DONANA

Visit Doñana, a beautiful place for nature lovers. One hour from Seville and 50 minutes from Cádiz, the Doñana National Park is the perfect destination to take a break from visiting historical monuments. Here you can enjoy some wildlife and maybe even an Iberian lynx!

 

 

 

 

10. GIBRALTARGibraltar

Gibraltar is located in the south of Andalusia and can be accessed directly from Spain by road. But if you want to go by car, you have to cross a border, in this case between Spain and the United Kingdom.

 

 

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