Andalucia

Diverse, Challenging, Interesting

Explore Andalucia with us

Probably the most diverse, challenging and interesting of the 14 regions or “communities” that form modern Spain, Andalucia is the southernmost land area in mainland Spain, measuring around 565 kilometres east to west and 280 kilometres north to south. The familiar holiday destinations at Almeria, Málaga, Torremolinos, and Marbella lie in the well-developed Mediterranean coastal strip, with Huelva and Cádiz on the Atlantic coast, and Sevilla, Córdoba, Jaén, and of course Granada located inland. Andalucia is a large and varied land, where a more traditional Mediterranean lifestyle can still be found only a few kilometres from the coast.

As well as the well known tourist destinations, Visit Andalucia looks at the hidden Andalucia, the exciting Andalucia, parts of Andalucia rarely visited by the tourist. Many of these places are in the remote areas of the region, northern Jaen, northern Almeria, northern Cordoba, northern Seville and eastern Granada, places that barely register on the map.

Almería Province

Almería province

Cádiz Province

Cádiz province

Córdoba Province

Córdoba province

Granada Province

Granada province

Huelva Province

Huelva province

Jaén Province

Jaén province

Málaga Province

Málaga province

Seville Province

Seville province

All Cities and Gibraltar

Cities in Andalucia

All Towns and Villages

Towns and villages in Andalucia

National Parks

National Parks of Andalucia

Places to go

Places to go in Andalucia

Museums and Galleries

Museums and Galleries in Andalucia

Walking in Andalucia

Walking and Hiking in Andalucia

Cycling in Andalucia

Cycling in Andalucia

Birdwatching in Andalucia

Birdwatching in Andalucia

Articles in Depth

Culture and History

What's on Andalucia

Whats on and events in Andalucia

On the Bookshelf

Authors in Andalucia

Art Gallery

Artists in Andalucia