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Things To Do In ANDALUCíA

Andalucía is a sun-dappled region in southern Spain. Although it’s only the second largest in the country, it’s the most populous. With its rollicking fiestas, temperament guitar solos, bullfighters, passionate flamenco performances, and sunny beaches, there are plenty of fun things to do in Andalucía which is often seen as the embodiment of Spain as a whole. Sure, this depiction is somewhat stereotypical and outdated. However, it does carry a dash of truth. Despite the ever-present modernization, this Spanish community manages to keep its authentically spirited atmosphere that gives you the strange notion of traveling back in time. A strong aspect of Andalucian appeal stems from its unusual history which unraveled on the clash of two ideologies: Christianity and Islam. 
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Granada will strike you like a spirited city where Islamic architecture and Arabian flavors mingle with Catholic churches, old-school Spanish tapas bars, and wild gypsy temperament. Spicy aromas, Arab tea houses, intimate flamenco venues, cafes, generous tapas portions with every drink leave a lasting impression. Discover more things to do in Granada!

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Cordoba is a one-of-a-kind Andalusian city in the south of Spain. Get lost in the winding, stone-paved streets of the ancient town and wive into the secret world of wrought-iron balconies and lamps, overhanging trees, sandy buildings, and clandestine interior patios and plazas. Explore more exciting things to do in Cordoba!

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Seville is the capital city of Andalusia region. It's the type of town which, little by little, breaks your barriers and seduces you. Its old city center crowned by an imposing Gothic cathedral, a mix of dazzling Mudéjar palaces, winding medieval streets and baroque churches will take you on a journey through time. Learn more about what to do in Seville!

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What Makes ANDALUCíA Special

Mix of Moorish & European Influences

Andalusia comprises a fusion of influences that champion Spanish passion in its bullfighting, flamenco, and fiestas. Given its history, from Architecture to cuisine and everything in between, Andalusia points to a history of cultural interchange. Experience it first hand in Granada, one of the top places to visit in Andalucia.


When you think of Spain, you think of flamenco. It is both beautiful and powerful. The music and the dance evoke a passion and energy that is undeniable and has become synonymous with its country’s people. The famous Flamenco show Los Gallos in Seville should not miss on your list of top things to do in Andalucia. 

Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol comprises the coastal communities of the province of Malaga and is a highlight of Andalucia travel. But, don’t be fooled, there is more to the 159 km of sun-soaked Andalusian coastline that stretches from Manilva to Nerja, than Malaga. Venture out and explore the sun-drenched sandy beaches along the coast. 

Things to do in ANDALUCíA

The centuries of conflicts and alliances left the area covered in a concoction of influences from both faiths. You can observe ancient mosques turned into Christian churches and cuisine mingled with African spices. In Andalucía, Spanish tapas bars stand side by side Moorish-style tea houses. 

Besides diverse history and culture, Andalucía offers equally varied landscapes and scenery. You can find here the second-highest mountain range in Europe, UNESCO protected tidal marshes, incredibly ancient oak forests, and hundreds of kilometers of a picturesque coastline: from sandy beaches to rugged cliffs. Hence, it’s unlikely to find yourself short on exciting outdoor activities and things to do in Andalucía!

A crucial part of the Andalusian lifestyle is food and, mainly, eating out. Hence, you will find that most restaurants around the region are reasonably priced as they don’t cater solely to the tourists. The best way to experience the cuisine is to go out for Spanish tapas (tapear) which allows you taste a great variety of snacks and meals in different places. In some cities like Granada, a free generous portion of tapas is served with every drink! 

But while you indulge in the earthly pleasures, don’t forget to experience the most mysterious attraction Andalucia has to offer. The notion of Duende, the spirit that soaks through Spanish art, flamenco especially. Duende is a moment of heightened emotion, an emotion that takes you out of yourself during an artistic performance! Explore the page to discover more travel ideas before you visit Andalucía.

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