Visit Andalucia, Spain
Andalucia is an autonomous community of Spain, consisting of eight provinces, Malaga, Almeria, Seville, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva and Jaen.
Andalucia holidays range from the relaxing, to the adventurous, or if you prefer to visit historical monuments, to the cultural.
Andalucia has a wide variety of things to do for everyone and is famous for flamenco, horses, traditional music, gastronomy, history, friendly people, extensive nature and, perhaps most of all, for its fantastic climate.
With airport transfer services you can visit any part of Andalucia. Our company organises Andalucia tours in luxury taxis and buses for larger groups. Do not forget: we can also ensure a comfortable transfer to your holiday destination.
THE PROVINCES OF Andalucia
- Malaga: is all about the sun and beach for many people, it also has many interesting places to visit. With the largest airport of Andalucia, Malaga is its most visited province. While this province has about 160 km of coastline, inland you'll find numerous protected natural parks, where you can still see foxes, eagles, vultures and mountain goats.
- Almeria: famous for its beaches and for having the only desert in Europe. In Almeria you will still find beaches where you can enjoy the sunny weather practically on your own. Almeria is the driest province of Spain and is famous for its "Tabernas Desert" which was the stage for many western movies in the 60s and 70s. A great natural reserve is the coastal area of "Cabo de Gata".
- Seville: there are many reasons to visit Seville - you can enjoy typical tapas bars, visit their flamenco shows, view its impressive Gothic cathedral or visit the Alcazar in Seville City. Much of the landscape of the province is dominated by the mighty river of Guadalquivir, one of Spain's most important rivers.
- Cadiz: the province includes a handful of cities worth visiting like Jerez de la Frontera, Algeciras, Tarifa and the capital, Cadiz. In the south, the province of Cadiz borders with the Strait of Gibraltar and as a result has always been an important place to connect Spain with North Africa (Morocco).
- Cordoba: Cordoba's landscape has a lot of variation - whether in the form of mountains, hills and white villages or beautiful Baroque churches and Moorish castles. The most important point of interest of the province is without doubt the Mezquita, the present cathedral, located in the historic centre of Cordoba.
- Granada: stands out most among the other Andalucian provinces perhaps because of its ski resort, located in the mountains of "Sierra Nevada", where you can enjoy various winter sports. In terms of historical sights, the Alhambra and Generalife in Granada should absolutely not be missed while on holiday in Andalucia.
- Huelva: Doñana National Park is a vast nature reserve in the province of Huelva where flamingos can still be spotted in their natural habitat. Do not forget to visit Rocio, a small village with dirt tracks in the municipality of Almonte, where you can visit the Virgin of Rocio, whose pilgrimage is the most famous in the region, attracting nearly a million people each year.
- Jaen: known for its olive oil production, with mile after mile of olive trees stretching away towards every horizon. Ubeda and Baeza hold the best preserved Renaissance architecture in Spain, with both towns being protected by UNESCO. In Jaen there are also four national parks packed with stunning landscapes and flora and fauna.