Best cultural holidays in Andalucia

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Best white villages in Andalucia Spain

The famous white towns perched in the hills and mountains of Spanish Andalucia are rich in charm and history. Peaceful, idyllic unspoilt by tourism, pueblos blancos are perfect getaway from hustle and bustle of the Spanish coast. Have a look at our ranking of white villages which deserve your visit. Most popular white towns in Andalucia 1. ZAHARA DE LA SIERRA – this beautiful tranquil town sits at the foot ...
Cadiz Cathedral


Cadiz, one of the oldest cities not only in Spain but also in Europe, is first of all a perfect choice for anyone seeking cultural pleasures. You would surprised to know the history written in the walls of Cadiz. It was from this ancient Atlantic port that Cristopher Colmbus set sail on his second voyage! ...
Cordoba, Spain


Located half way between Seville and Granada, the city of Cordoba is a must-see cultural destination to anyone visiting Andalucia. The third biggest city in Spain boasts rich cultural heritage as it used to be one the greatest cities of the medieval world. Under caliphate, Cordoba used to be the largest city in Western Europe. The Old Town, the second largest in Europe, is full of fascinating historic landmarks with ...


When you think Granada, the Alhambra complex of palaces comes first to mind. The pinnacle of Moorish art is the pride not only of Granada, but of the whole Spain. The wonderful Alhambra has inspired travellers for centuries. Poetry was the inspiration when designing the complex which was intended to be a paradise. And it’s as close to an earthly paradise, as it gets. Granada itself and the nearby small white ...


The capital of Costa del Sol offers numerous attractions for all kinds of holidaymakers and travellers. Whether you seek a cultural feast or simply want to enjoy the beach and night life, you will be spoilt for choice in dynamic and versatile Malaga. The numerous historical and cultural landmarks are nicely woven into the growing vibrant modern city centre and in close distance to each other. Alcazaba, the Moorish fortress, ...


The Spanish saying says: 'If you haven't  seen Seville, you have seen nothing' ('Quien no ha visto Sevilla, no ha visto maravilla'). The capital of Andalucia, Seville, is the fourth biggest city in Spain with more than 660 thousand inhabitants. The river Guadalquivir flows through the city and 85 km later enters the Atlantic. It is also the capital of  the Spanish flamenco and corrida. Seville is well known for ...

Andalucia boasts a very rich cultural heritage.  The architectural and natural treasures of Andalucia are spread in various forms all over the region. The iconic Moorish citadel of Granada’s Alhambra and the capital of Seville with Europe’s most impressive Gothic cathedral and home to the renowned Easter Semana Santa alone draw visitors in their millions. If you are looking for real cultural feast in Andalusia, read our guide.