Cooler weather, light crowds, long days, and plenty of tourist and cultural activities - from fall to spring is the best time of year to visit the most beautiful cities of Andalucia.
Malaga, the 5th largest city in Spain, a gateway to southern Spain and the Costa del Sol, birthplace of Picasso and city with one of the best climates in Europe. It is one of Spain’s hottest cultural, gastronomic and leisure destinations. The city’s mix of Moorish, Renaissance and Modernist cultural landmarks, vibrant streets of the old town and 15 golden sand beaches create a destination of excellence.
Alcazaba of Malaga – Moorish palace
|Santa Iglesia Catedral|
|Puerto de Malaga|
Plaza de toros de La Malagueta
Seville is the capital city of Andalusia. Located in the South of Spain, Seville, or Sevilla in Spanish, is one of the largest Spanish cities with over 700.000 inhabitants. The city of Seville is famous worldwide for its culture, monuments, traditions and artistic heritage. This is also the birthplace of Flamenco and the city where the most amazing Easter processions take place.
Plaza de Espana
Catedral de Sevilla
Parque de Maria Luisa
A city of fascinating history and exquisite beauty, Granada is one of Spain's most cherished treasures called the "Moorish jewel." Situated in the south eastern part of Andalucía, Granada comprises an important pillar of Spain's most folkloric region. The city location at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain makes it a unique place where you can in the morning and take a warm Mediterranean swim in the afternoon.
Court of the Lions
Cathedral and Royal Chapel
Cordoba is one of the eight provincial capitals of Andalucia, and is located in the north of the region, at the foot of the Sierra Morena Mountains. It’s a city with a spectacular old town perfect to explore on foot; Cordoba is also known for its great food and the many bodegas where you can enjoy the local wine.
Mezquita Cathedral de Cordoba & Puente Romano
Palacio de Viana
The province of Cadiz nearly touches nose to nose with Africa. Stretching from San Roque, passing the British territory of Gibraltar, and finishing at Cadiz city. Here the Mediterranean Sea ends and the Atlantic Ocean starts. It’s capital city, Cadiz, is the oldest inhabited city in the Iberian Peninsula and possibly in all of south-western Europe found by the Phoenicians in 1.100 BC.
Catedral de Cadiz
Yacimiento Arqueologico Gadirion