What the press says about Andalucia.com

Press Reports

A selection of reviews of www.andalucia.com recently published in the press.

We have had some excellent press coverage in the Spanish media to view click here.


The Telegraph Travel:

Andalucia.com listed as a 'useful website' in their 'Malaga City Break Guide'.


Andalucia - BBCi Recommended
' Providing detailed information on the culture, geography, history and economy of this southern Spanish region.'

Andalucia - The City of Granada BBCi Recommended
' This guide gives a good overall feel for the city and the sights on offer for the tourist.'

Lonely Planet Andalucia:

' A broad compendium of practical and background information.'

Rough Guide to Andalucia:

' Wide ranging general site, with links to all kinds of information from hotels, villas and Restaurants to beaches, bullfighting and business opportunities.'

Time Out Andalucia:

' Comprehensive website with subsections for the different provinces, plus general information on customs and culture.'

Footprint Andalucia Handbook:

' Excellent site for a whole range of both practical and background facts and features.'

PURE - Modern Lifestyle Magazine:

' Website recommendation.'

Interealty Property Gazette:

'Possibly the best-known and most comprehensive site in the region of Andalucia. It is principally divided into the following major categories: accommodation, property, entertainment, business, & economy, health & Beauty and government, but there are more.'

Everything Spain:

'If the south of Spain is your eventual destination, this site is the place to go. It calls itself Southern Spain´s number-one website and is packed with information. If you are looking to relocate, direct yourself to the Property and Home Services section, which as well as providing plenty of practical how-to information, also links to scores of estate agents in each area of the south. Then there is a helpful section on Home Improvement and Maintenance which gives information, for example, on how to find a reliable plasterer or plumber.'

Irish Independent Weekend Magazine:

Every year, the gorgeous Spanish city of Cordoba throws open its courtyards to the public, revealing a visual feast of colourful flowers, stone mosaics and striking water features. Tucked behind heavy iron gates for most of the year, the patios release the exotic scent of jasmine and orange blossom into the air. Must-sees include the numerous monument patios and convent courtyards, such as Santa Isabel de los Angeles, Las Capuchinas and Santa Maria. The Patios Festival runs from May 7-18. For details visit www.andalucia.com.