Andalucia offers exceptional cities such as Seville, Córdoba or Granada, two National Parks and more than 800 kilometers of coastline. But that is not all. Enjoy the sun, the food and the special Andalusian color.
Much more than the sea
Fusion of cultures
Unique and exceptional activities
Andalusia offers a diversity, extension and exclusive ecological wealth. Bring together the highest peaks of the Iberian Peninsula in Sierra Nevada, the emblematic Doñana National Park, which has the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation, areas of coast such as Cabo de Gata in Almería, large areas of wetland, dense, shady forests, volcanic and the coast stretches for almost 900 kilometres.
Andalusia is one of the warmest regions anywhere in Europe. It has a warm, Mediterranean climate with dry, hot summers and mild winters. The high proportion of hours of sunshine marks the cheerful, hospitable character of the region’s people.
Talking about Andalusian traditions that you cannot miss is talking about Carnival of Cádiz, Holly week, The April fair, Cordoban May and El Rocío. Andalusia is full of color, joy and celebration.
Likewise, you will also be surprised when you visit the Cordoba Mosque, the Alhambra in Granada and walking around the center of Seville. History is waiting for you. Romans, Muslims and Christians have left their mark throughout the centuries.
Andalucia also offers you flamenco, cultural tourism, sports tourism, golf, nightlife, health and beauty and shopping.
The Mediterranean diet is in fashion. Basic products such as fresh vegetables and pulses, fruit, fish and virgin olive oil have made Andalusian cuisine a major attraction.
The gastronomy of Andalusia owes much to the Moorish cuisine of Al-Andalus.
You will be able to enjoy both the 18 restaurants that treasure the Michelin Star, such as Dani García and Ángel León, as well as the delicious variety of tapas that will delight your palate.