Today, Andalusia Day, we want to give you 7 reasons to visit this wonderful land and invite you to stay here. Happy Day!
Andalusia’s cultural wealth is born especially from its heritage. The Alhambra in Granada, the Mezquita of Cordoba, the Giralda and the Torre del Oro in Seville, the Alcazaba in Malaga… Our heritage is so rich that no matter how many times you visit it, you will always discover something new.
2. TAPAS AND GASTRONOMY
The Andalusian “art of tapas”, small portions of quality food accompanied by a good wine or a fresh beer. Any corner of Andalucía is good for enjoying a tapa, like the coastal areas or Granada, epicentre of the culture of the tapa. Besides, the Mediterranean diet is the one that every day arrives to the Andalusian homes and restaurants. Don’t forget to try the migas, the gazpacho, the tortilla de patatas or the pescaíto frito, the salmorejo, etc.!
Flamenco singing and music are the protagonists of the streets and corners of Andalusia. All over these lands you can find “tablaos” for the singing and dancing of this art that has become the flag of Spain. A must see: the caves of Sacromonte in Granada, the cradle of flamenco.
Another attraction of Andalusia are the beaches bathed by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Cabo de Gata in Almeria, La Herradura in Granada, Maro in Malaga, Mazagon in Huelva… and of course, the virgin beaches of Cadiz: Tarifa, Bolonia, Zahara de los Atunes, El Palmar, Calas de Roche… A sunset in El Palmar is one of the greatest luxuries of this life.
Most of the year the sun comes out, which makes the people live in the streets and the joy so valued in the south of Spain flows. The temperatures are pleasant in the winter and rise in the summer, refreshed by a good swim at the beach. An unbeatable climate to make a comfortable life and enjoy all the possibilities that nature offers us as well as the innumerable activities that are organized throughout the territory.
The warmth of the people from the south has become another tourist attraction over the years. The friendliness of the people make visitors feel at home and integrate them into the land they are visiting. Joy invades the Andalusian streets, especially in summer, and that energy is contagious.