Located at the foot of the snowcapped mountains of the Sierra Nevada, Granada, symbol of the eclectic contrast of Muslim and Spanish culture, is a must stop in Andalusia. Let's find out together what to do in Granada!
Cordoba is a cosy city, where new and old mix together creating a unique combination. This city is famous because it is home to one of the world's greatest Islamic buildings, the Mezquita, standing as a reminder of the time Cordoba was the capital of Islamic Spain. But there are so many other hidden gems that can be discovered in the winding streets of this city, like in a treasure hunt!
There is a road in the south of Spain, which winds between the mountains of Andalusia to link lovely charming little white towns. It is the Ruta de Los Pueblos Blancos, and it is one of the most beautiful Spanish drives.
Ronda is a beautiful and romantic town of Spain characterised by charming narrow winding streets and white buildings hanging from its famous gorge. Because of its position, this town literally takes your breath away when you see it for the first time. For this reason, Ronda is a must-see if you are in Andalusia.
Gibraltar is a unique and confusing place. It is a small British Overseas Territory located at the end of Spain, separated just by a narrow gap of sea from Africa. Here, phone boxes and post boxes are painted red, just like in the UK, but the weather is too good to be British. Most, people speak English, but some of them speak Spanish. The official currency is the pound, but Gibraltar issued notes and coins are not usually accepted in the UK.
Amazing beaches, narrow cobbled streets, interesting history, super tasty tapas and quality sherry. This is Cadiz! What not to love about this city? One day in Cadiz can be enough to visit all the major sites of the place. However, Cadiz never gets boring, so it can also be a perfect destination for a longer stay.
Tarifa, internationally known as the wind capital of Europe, is a world apart from the rest of Andalusia. This small town, with its super laid-back atmosphere, the multitude of cosy restaurant and the infinite sandy beaches, attracts people from all over the world. Some of them stay in town just for a few days, some others decide to make their home in Tarifa for a few months. And most people love this town so much that keep coming back year after year, infected by the "Tarifa virus". This town has very special vibes which can conquer everybody!