Head to the south of Spain and experience this colourful country in a region that will hypnotize you with its deep-rooted customs, scenic landscapes, and culinary delights. Andalucía epitomizes most traveller’s idea of Spain.

Bullfights, Flamenco dancing, pristine white sandy beaches, and architecture that draws from Spain’s historic ties with the East.
For every stereotypical Spanish note that Andalucía hits, there are two more surprises around every corner you turn. Commonly referred to as the ‘real’ side of Spain, Andalucía offers visitors both the simple and extraordinary in every cobblestone step.


The gorgeous Nerja Beach In Andalucía.

The gorgeous Nerja Beach In Andalucía.

Andalucía is culture.
Nowhere in Spain will you find a region oozing with as much culture as Andalucía. Over 3,000 festivals are celebrated in the region every year, ranging from religious processions to elaborate carnivals. Music and dancing are a huge part of the Andalucía culture, evident in the Flamenco Tablaos visitors can watch throughout the summer months.

Bullfighting, Spain’s national sport, traces its origins to Andalucía, and the oldest bullring in Spain can be found in the small Andalucía city of Ronda. There are also an endless array of museums to visit, ranging from the Thyssen Museum in Málaga which features famed Spanish artist Pablo Picasso to Pre-historic archaeology exhibits at the Museo de Almería. You can’t mention the culture of Andalucía without mentioning the friendly locals who call the region home.

Andalucíans are known for their energetic spirits, zest for life, and welcoming nature. They are a people who love food, music, and fun, and accept strangers as family from day one. The people of Andalucía make the region very special, indeed.

Andalucía is history.
The known history of Andalucía goes back 50,000 years, so it is no surprise that the area is full of historic wonders and ancient surprises. There are an incredible six UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Andalucía, five of which are of historical and cultural significance.

If you want to brush up on your Spanish history, head to the ancient streets of the historic city centre of Cordoba where you can walk in the footsteps of the Romans, Moorish conquerors, and Spanish Kings. Or head further South and explore the medieval palace and fortress of Alhambra, located in the city of Granda in the shadows of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.


Mezquita Cordoba

Mezquita Cordoba, Spain- UNESCO World Heritage Site

Andalucía is a party for the senses.
If you love gastronomy, you need to book your flight to Andalucía as soon as possible. The region boasts a UNESCO World Heritage mention for its Mediterranean food alone. Food is a major part of life in Andalucía, and you will love sampling the world famous tapas found throughout Spain’s southern cities.

Locals have been growing wine in the region for over 3,000 years and you can see the process first-hand at wineries across Andalucía. The Gonzalez Byass Winery Tour in Jerez is a firm favourite and attracts over 100,000 visitors a year to sample the famous sherry. There are also dozens of smaller, local producers that welcome visitors to their vineyards for a tour and tasting.

When you have had your fill of food and drinks, head to the coast for a scenic boat tour and experience the magic of the breathtaking Andalucían coastline. Nothing can quite prepare you for the sun-drenched beaches, hidden coves, and beachside cafes boasting the best and freshest sea food in all of Spain.


A foodies dream: Andalucían Gazpacho and Jaman Ibarico.

A foodies dream: Andalucían Gazpacho and Jaman Ibarico.

Andalucía offers visitors an authentic Spanish experience, from the food to the entertainment to the architecture. The reputation of Spain’s southernmost region is one that speaks of beauty and unparalleled friendliness. Your visit is guaranteed to be the first of many, for every visitor falls head over heels in love with the spirit of Andalucía.