Cordoba is one of my favorite places to visit. It has a huge area that is a UNESCO heritage sight and lots to explore. Put on your comfortable shoes and let’s find some free things to do in Cordoba!
Nerja is a charming town by the sea that is perfect for a short or long visit. Here are some of the loveliest places to stay in Nerja whether you are traveling solo, with a group of friends, as a couple or with the whole family.
Sevilla is full of amazing tapas bars and restaurants. Luckily the tapas culture means that you can pop into one for a drink and a snack, then move along to try the next place. Here are some of the best Seville food tours you should check out!
Planning a visit to this beautiful part of Spain? Granada has some amazing places to stay including hotels, hostels and apartments. Here are out favorites with lots of charm and fantastic views, some even have swimming pools!
Craving a bit of nature? Why not find an amazing campsite in Andalucia to forget your worries and relax in natural surroundings by the sea or in the mountains of Spain. Here are some of the best places to camp in Andalucia as well as camping tips and advice.
Forming a part of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Cordoba, the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos is a fascinating place that should not be missed on a visit to southern Spain.
Plaza de España was created for the Ibero-American Expo of 1929. This famous sight in Sevilla is beautiful, fascinating and best of all free to visit! Let’s learn more about this interesting place.
Granada is a gorgeous, historic city whose most famous sight is the Alhambra. But there is much more to see and do and many free things to do in Granada as well. Put on your comfortable shoes and lets explore!
It’s not too complicated to get to and from places in Andalucia. You can travel by car, bus, train or plane. You can even reach Andalucia by ferry from Morocco and other spots. Some people visit Andalucia on a Mediterranean cruise.
Las Alpujarras are a historical region on the flanks of the Sierra Nevada. Visit the small villages to taste traditional local products and go hiking and camping in the hills.
A charming beach town on the coast of Andalucia, Nerja is popular with expats and has a quaint feel. The Balcón de Europa has views over the sparkling sea, or walk along the beach promenade. If you’d like to take a dip, head down the staircases to small beaches and coves.
The Alhambra is a stunning sight and a must for fans of architecture and history. Located on a hilltop in the city of Granada, the Alhambra is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that should not be missed.
Sevilla is a magical city with plenty of fascinating sights, some of which require entrance fees. But there are many things to explore in Sevilla that don’t cost anything. Let’s explore wonderful Seville!
The Alcazaba de Málaga is an 11th century citadel built on a hill overlooking the city and the sea. The site of the Alcazaba was previously a Roman settlement, and materials from those structures were reused in the construction of the Alcazaba.
Stay the night in luxury at one of the best paradors in Andalucia. These lavish hotels are typically housed in refurbished historic buildings like monasteries, palaces and castles.