Things to do
Andalusia is the southernmost region of Spain. Andalusia has amazing nature, beautiful beaches and famous cities with the most beautiful sights. Just think of the impressive "Alhambra" in Granada, the "Mezquita" in Córdoba or the medieval alleys in Seville. For nature lovers, numerous hiking trails have been mapped out that lead past protected natural parks, through the Sierra Nevada, swamps and volcanic deserts. Prefer active sports? Andalusia is also ideal for this. Cycling, fishing, horse riding and even mountain climbing - it's all possible here. In the mountains of the Sierra Nevada you can even ski in the winter. So book a holiday home in Andalusia quickly.
Andalusia: colorful and authentic
Andalusia can rightly be called colorful. From spring, the landscape changes into a colorful collection of flora and fauna in countless colors. In addition, there are the famous "white villages" in the region that are worth visiting. In places like Frigiliana, Iznájar, Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas, Spanish culture has remained at its purest. The former white village of Júzcar is a separate story and a unique attraction. In 2011, the entire village was painted smurf blue. This had everything to do with the presentation of the Smurfs film in 2011. After a referendum among the residents, it was decided to leave the entire village blue
Facts about Andalusia
Sherry, flamenco music and bullfighting have one thing in common: they all have their origins in Andalusia.
A culinary specialty of the region are "bear jenas con miel de caña": thinly sliced aubergine slices, lightly browned with a layer of flour and sprinkled with cane sugar syrup from the region.
Andalusia is with 8.5 million inhabitants the largest autonomous region of Spain.
Andalusia has around 90 golf clubs with courses of 18 holes or more.
The famous painter Pablo Picasso was born in Andalusia.
Alhaurin de la Torre: wednesday morning
Alhaurin el Grande: thursday morning
Torremolinos: thursday and sunday morning
Mijas la Cala: wednesday and saturday morning
Benalmadena: wednesday morning
Caminito Del Rey
Visit the cozy town of Ronda and admire the impressive Puente Nuevo bridge
In the town of Ronda you can admire many cozy squares and terraces, but the most impressive thing about the city is the Puente Nuevo. This is a historic bridge that dates from the 18th century. The stone work of art consists of high arches that together span a 120 meter deep gorge. Do you have time all day? Then be sure to return in the twilight or in the dark when the bridge is lit. What a romance!