Andalusia is a region in the south of Spain. It is a region of contrasts: ancient cities and deserts, amazing beaches along the Costa del Sol and Costa de la Luz and the Sierra Nevada mountain range where the highest mountain in Spain is found and also the most southerly ski resort in Europe.
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Seville is the capital of Andalucia and the cultural and financial centre of southern Spain.
Granada is a mid-sized city located in Granada Province in the Andalucia region of Spain.
Jerez de la Frontera is in Costa de la Luz, in Spain. It is one of the major cities in Andalusia, the fifth in terms of size and population, exceeding 200,000.
Málaga is a province in the Andalusia region of Spain. Málaga is divided into six comarcas: Regular flights into Malaga airport which is Spain's 3rd largest and is served by a railway station.
Granada is a province in Andalusia in Spain. Roads in Granada province tend to be fairly quiet between towns, but can be congested and frustrating in and around towns.
Seville is a province in Andalusia, Spain.
Cadiz is a province in the Andalusia region of Spain. Many of the pueblos blancos are to be found in Cadiz.
Córdoba is a province in the region of Andalusia in Spain. Stay at Casa La Celada for a lovely B&B Guest House experience - 5 mins drive from the Lake in a small satellite village just outside Iznájar called La Celada.
Almeria is a province in Andalusia, Spain. It is largely unspoilt for the time being.
Huelva is a province in the south west of Andalusia. The capital is the city of Huelva.
Puerto Banús is a marina located in the area of Nueva Andalucía, to the southwest of Marbella, Spain on the Costa del Sol.
The Costa de la Luz is noted for its soft light and stretches from the British Territory of Gibraltar in the south to the Portuguese border in the North.
Jaen is in the Spanish province of Andalusia. It is said to be the largest olive producing area in the world, producing 10% of the worlds olives.