Andalucia offers the best of both worlds, with spectacular beaches and a wealth of culture to be explored. The birthplace of flamenco, this region evokes the Spain of the past, however its unique traditions are still kept alive to this day.
Home to incredible architecture, Seville, Granada and Cordoba offer a glimpse of Islamic Spain. From the famous Alhambra to the impressive Alcazar of Seville, the Moorish influences will simply take your breath away. Cordoba, once the largest city in western Europe, boasts the beautiful Mezquita, a mosque dating back to the 10th century and symbol of the city's diverse culture.
Venture into the Andalucian countryside where the vistas are of olive, orange and lemon groves dotted among the region's charming White Towns. Tranquil and serene, this is the perfect place to unwind, while the nearby beaches of the Costa del Sol provide the ideal playground for water sport fans.