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The Andalusia area guide

Located in the south of Spain, the Autonomous Community of Andalusia is the southernmost region in the country and attracts millions of tourists each year for the beach, history, and cultural tourism. The provinces of Andalusia include; Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Málaga, and Seville. With World Heritage Sites, ancient ruins, mountain ranges, deserts, long sandy shores, and a culture that has identified the country, it’s no wonder Andalusia is one of the most popular destinations in Spain.

Sights and attractions

When it comes to what Andalusia has, the answer is everything. There is very little you can’t do in Andalusia, however the two main pull factors to the region are its impressive beaches and vast history. A region heavily influenced by the civilisations that have at some point called Andalusia home, the architecture found amongst its cities and towns is unparalleled elsewhere in Spain. Moorish and Roman culture have had the biggest impact on the region with buildings and ruins still visible today. The natural beauty of the region is also something that has gained fame. From Game of Thrones to Spaghetti Westerns, film and TV show makers have been coming to the region for many years to shoot in beautiful surrounds of this region. With national parks and nature reserves aplenty here, it comes of no surprise why Andalusia is immortalised on screen.

Aside from the physical and natural, Andalusia is also famous for its culture. Food, wine, the people, and the local practices are what Andalusia prides itself on. Picasso, Flamenco, bull fighting, and tapas are, to name but a few, all credited to Andalusia. Along the coastal regions of Andalusia, you will find development and a strong tourist industry, however, go a few miles away from the coast and you will find towns and villages that have all but escaped tourism.

Restaurants and Cafes

Food and wine are at the centre of Andalusian culture, with eating out being the focal point. For this reason, food in the region is generally cheap and in cities such as Granada tapas is often served for free when a drink is purchased. This pricing strategy is not attained through poor quality though, in fact quite the opposite. Andalusia is renowned for having some of the best food in Spain with dishes including; Jamon, Gazpacho, Paella, Pescaito frito, and of course varying tapas. With such a big influence on the Andalusian culture, it will come as no surprise that Andalusia also hosts many food festivals throughout the region. These festivals which are held in multiple cities and towns around Andalusia see the best dishes and finest wines sampled alongside celebrations and parties long into the night.

Shops

Shopping is something that varies from town to city in Andalusia. In the larger cities such as Seville, there is everything you can want, from designer brands to hand crafts, high-street to bazar, everything is available, whilst the smaller towns easily accommodate the essentials. Food markets and fishing ports are also abundant, with fresh produce from Andalusia’s huge agricultural industry to fish fresh off the boat, the world is literally your oyster in the region.

Travel

Getting to Andalusia is very easy, with major and minor airlines flying frequently to the region via it’s many airports. The biggest of these being Seville, Malaga and Almeria which receive flights from multiple UK, European, and worldwide destinations both in and out of season. There are high speed train links to some of the regions bigger cities which connect the likes of Madrid to the region. As a coastal region, you’ll also find ferries and shipping routes to other nearby destinations such as the Balearics. To truly explore the region, however, a car is needed and very much recommended to see all the beauty of Andalusia.

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