Panorama of National Park Sierra Cazorla with lake, Andalusia, Spain

Panorama of National Park Sierra Cazorla with lake, Andalusia, Spain


Guide to Andalusia

Andalusia is a self ruling region which covers the south of Spain including the idyllic provinces of Seville, Granada, Malaga and Almeria amongst others. There are many great sights to see and visit, along with seasonal festivals throughout the year.
Beach Andalusia spain
You are easily seduced by Andalusia’s coast, where you can find hundreds of kilometres of pristine beaches, salt marshes, magnificent cliffs and an amazing underwater world. You can sit and watch the deep red sunsets and with the pleasant all year round temperatures, you can holiday in Andalusia at a time to suit you. Andalusia sits between the calm Mediterranean Sea and the sometimes aggressive Atlantic Ocean.

The mild temperatures mixed with the illusion of Andalusia’s villages and towns, its majestic harbours and a first class range of hotels, along with beautiful countryside and the meeting of the sea with the breeze. These are just some of ingredients for a destination not to add to your list.

Malaga

Malaga Andalusia spainMalaga’s coastline is part of the more well known Costa del Sol, a delightful part of the Mediterranean for many.

Malaga has a perfect climate, reaching an average of 86°F during the summer months and 64°F during winter. The mountains protect the coast from the cold north winds.

Tivoli World

Tivoli World Andalusia Spain
This is an amusement park along the coast of Benalmadena, Arroyo de la Miel which is home to many rides, attractions and shows. The entrance fee is 6 euros, and once inside, you purchase tokens for the rides. The better value option is to pay 10 Euros, which gives you unlimited rides in the park.

Tivoli World is open daily from Easter until 15th September and every weekend throughout the year.

Bullfighting

Bullfighting Andalusia SpainBullfighting is an extremely important part of Andalucia’s festivals. You can see some of the best bullfights in Seville and Cordoba, as well as Malaga, Estepona and Marbella.

Low cost airlines are continually growing, so flying to Andalusia is cost effective and easily accessible. Malaga airport is the closet, with convenient access to Malaga town, Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Marbella. You can also reach Granada and Gibraltar from Malaga Airport.

Map of  Andalusia

Map of Andalucia
Quick facts
President   José Antonio Griñán
Land Area %  17.84% of Spain
Population  8,285,000
Parliament  Cortes Generales
Website  juntadeandalucia.es

Spain Public Holidays

Tue
06
Constitution Day
Thu
08
Immaculate Conception
Sun
25
Christmas Day
Mon
26
St. Stephen's Day

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