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The Andalusia area guide

The Autonomous Community of Andalusia in Spain’s southernmost region attracts millions of tourists each year, and it’s not difficult to understand why when it includes the provinces of Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Málaga, and Seville. Andalusia has it all, deserts, mountains, crystal clear waters, tourist hot spots, World Heritage Sites, and villages that have barely changed in a hundred years. And, with some of the hottest temperatures and mildest winters, the region has history, culture and good weather in abundance.

Things to do

The region being as big as it is, there’s very little you can’t do in Andalusia. Two of the biggest pulls to the area are its beaches and its history. Long sandy shores and beautiful waters make Andalusia perfect for anyone wanting to enjoy the Spanish sun. As a region heavily influenced by both Moorish and Roman civilisations, the architecture, ancient ruins, and fortifications are unparalleled in Spain. From Game of Thrones to Spaghetti Westerns, film and TV show makers have been coming to the region for many years to shoot in beautiful surrounds of this region. With national parks and nature reserves aplenty here, it’s not surprising.

Its physical and natural beauty aside, Andalusia is famous for its culture, food, and wine. Picasso, Flamenco, bull fighting, and tapas to - name but a few - are all credited to Andalusia. The famous past and friendly peoples of Andalusia have had tourists and expats coming to the area for years. The coastal regions of Andalusia are for, the most part well, developed and established, but go a few miles away from the coast and you will find towns and villages that have all but escaped the influx of tourism. For anyone wanting the real Spanish experience, Andalusia is the place to come.

Places to eat

Food is a centre point for this region and recognised throughout Spain and the world as some of the best on offer. Eating out is part of the culture in Andalusia and as such is very reasonably priced in most areas. Places like Granada still offer free tapas with drinks so when we say cheap, we mean cheap. This doesn’t mean it’s of low quality, in fact, it’s quite the opposite. Some of the best restaurants in the world can be found here. With such a big role in Andalusian culture, it will come as no surprise that Andalusia also hosts many food festivals where locals compete with their signature dish and visitors and residents alike participate in sampling what’s on offer and then drinking, dancing, and singing into the night while they’re at it. For the full experience, food is key.

Shopping

With cities like Seville on the list of places in Andalusia, you won’t have problems finding anything in the region. Some of the smaller towns and villages don’t have the provisions of the larger cities, but in these larger cities you’ll find everything from designer brands to hand crafted goods. With food markets and fishing ports selling produce straight from the boat, the world is your oyster with shopping in Andalusia.

Getting there and around

Getting to Andalusia is very easy, with major and minor airlines flying frequently to the region via its many airports. The biggest of these are Seville, Malaga, and Almeria, which receive flights from multiple UK, European, and worldwide destinations both in and out of season. There are also high speed train links to some of the regions bigger cities, which connect the likes of Madrid to the region. As a coastal region, you’ll also find ferries and shipping routes to other nearby destinations such as the Balearics. To truly explore the region, however, a car is needed and very much recommended to see all that this beautiful region has on offer.

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