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It's hard to believe that the wild beauty of the La Axarquía is just half an hour from the Caleta de Vélez (or Málaga's Costa Oriental) - an uninspired coastal strip of down-trodden buildings and second-rate hotels - especially when compared to the better-known pueblos blancos to the west, with their glitzy Costa del Sol gateway of Marbella.

In addition to the many hotels, Carboneras also has an abundance of self-catering accommodation available both in town and on the beach. Apartments and villas come at reasonable prices and often offer direct access to the wonderful beaches and sea views from their terraces.

In addition to the many hotels, Carboneras also has an abundance of self-catering accommodation available both in town and on the beach. Apartments and villas come at reasonable prices and often offer direct access to the wonderful beaches and sea views from their terraces.

The capital city of north-eastern Andalucia, whose name is derived from the Arabic for 'crossroads of caravans,' Jaen has recently had a spurt in growth of tourism. Known for being the world capital of Olive Oil, the city is the largest producer in the world.

For a quiet break on the gulf of Cadiz, the quiet maritime city of Huelva contains various Roman and Phoenician artifacts as tourist attractions and is home to the oldest football club in Spain, Recreativo de Huelva.

Cadiz is often cited as the oldest city in Spain and one of the oldest in Europe. A typical Andalucian city with a wealth of attractive views and well-preserved monuments, Cadiz is unique in that it is located on a narrow stretch of land surrounded by the sea.

For somewhere less hectic and more tranquil, many people prefer to rent their own apartment in Andalucia, especially in Jerez de la Frontera. Situated between the sea and the mountains, in Jerez city centre you are never more than a short trip away from any of the places of interest. Below are a few of our recommended apartment rentals in Jerez.

Wild golden beaches with white-capped waves begging for a surfboard, sail or kite-board. That's what you'll find in this laid-back but dramatic coast, stretching from Gibraltar all the way to the Portuguese border. Whether you want your accommodation to be in a small resort or more secluded, there are apartments in trendy Tarifa, windsurf capital of Europe, relaxed seaside town Conil de la Frontera and hippy hang-out Canos de la Meca.

Self-Catering holiday rentals on the Andalucia coast. this includes apaerment and Villas located near the coast in the coastal resorts towns. For more on Coastal Hotels visit our Coastal Hotels page.

Being one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malaga province due to its dramatic setting and historic and cultural heritage, it is no surprise that Ronda has an abundance of self-catering accommodation both in the town itself and just outside in the surrounding countryside.