The most southeastern province of Spain. The indalo is the informal symbol of the province. People often portray it on their house, preferably at the front door. Various American Westerns were filmed in this province. The famous Alhambra is also located here.
Cadiz is the southernmost province of Spain. Bordering Gibraltar, a British colony. Cadiz has one of the most pleasant climates in Spain.
Cordoba is the 13th largest province in Spain. It has no less than 3 national parks: Sierra de Cardeña and Montoro Natural Park, Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park and Sierras Subbéticas Natural Park.
This province is located in the south of Spain. Of course you know the city of Granada with its Alahambra. But did you know that Granada also has the southernmost ski resort in Europe?
Huelva is the westernmost province of Andalusia and borders on Portugal. Although the province has a lot to offer, both in terms of landscape and culture, it is not yet visited much. There is a pleasant climate with mild winters.
With over 66 million olive trees, Jaen is the largest producer of olive oil in the world. It also has one of the highest concentrations of castles in the world. The cities of Úbeda and Baeza both recently declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
One of the most popular provinces in Spain for tourists. In addition to the capital Malaga, the most important cities are Marbella, Mijas, Fuengirola, Vélez-Málaga, Torremolinos, Estepona and Benalmádena, all on the Costa del Sol.
Province with many old Moorish influences. Much of it can still be seen in the cities. The Sierra Norte de Sevilla Natural Park is the largest protected natural area in Andalusia.
The Costa del Sol, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, covers more than 150 kilometers of coastline in the province of Malaga, south of the Iberian Peninsula. The name is no coincidence, more than 325 sunny days a year together with the kindness of the weather give us the key to this paradise with beaches for all tastes.
The Costa Tropical, located between the Costa del Sol and the Costa de Almería, occupies a privileged area with the best conditions and attractions to enjoy an excellent holiday.
The Costa de Almería is an area on the southeast coast of Spain in the province of Almería in Andalusia. The Costa de Almería stretches from Adra, around Cabo de Gata to Mojácar. Also on the coastline is the natural park of Cabo de Gata / Níjar, a still unspoilt piece of landscape.
The southernmost Costa in Spain, 200 kilometers long and containing some off the most beautiful beaches in Spain. Ideal beaches for windsurfing or diving in the clear water to enjoy the marine life.