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Find a place to stay in this charming rural area of Málaga province.

Benahavis attracts a vast number of tourists during the summer season due to its beauty and close proximity to Marbella, Puerto Banus and Málaga.The town has a deep history dating back to the Moorish era and some of the old architecture is still visible to this day.

The city of Granada has some of the most beautiful and atmospheric apartments in Andalucia. The type of apartment you end up with often depends on what area of the city you are staying in, as the architecture and type of accommodation varies between neighbourhoods. Most apartments offer spectacular views across the city, to the Alhambra or the Albaicin.

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.

Novo Sancti Petri is packed with accommodation opportunities. As well as the wide variety of hotels on offer, it is also home to many aparthotels and apartment buildings providing self-catering accommodation for anyone who prefers a bit more independence during their holiday. The apartments are often located in resort-style complexes which provide all imaginable facilities - swimming pools, childrens play areas etc.

In addition to the abundance of resort-style hotels, Conil de la Frontera also has many different self-catering accommodation options, including apartments and villas. The apartments are dotted all over town, some with views of the coast and the Mediterranean, and others with city views. Most have easy access to the beach and either a private or communal swimming pool - perfect for summer fun.

Like many coastal towns, Zahara has a good selection of self-catering apartments and villas available for those who prefer self-catering accommodation over a hotel. Many of the apartments are situated on or very close to the beach, giving delightful views across the Mediterranean and the surrounding scenery. There are also some beautiful villas in and just outside of the town offering high quality accommodation options.

There is very little accommodation within the park itself, and camping is not permitted in the summer. The mountain villages situated around the park offer various places to stay.

Filled with important and fascinating historical attractions, Almeria is the capital of Andalucia's most easterly province of the same name. The Alcazaba of Almería, a huge attraction, is the second largest among the Muslim fortresses of Andalusia, after the Alhambra of Granada. Rentals are usually located near the winding streets that just beg to be explored. Below are a few rentals we could suggest.

Renting apartments in Cordoba could not be easier as there are a large range of apartments available to visitors for all budgets and needs. Most will be situated near the the City's main attractions and would therefore be perfect for a city break.

The Costa Almeria is the latest discovery - it's remote, wild beaches are becoming popular, so get in there now. Self-catering accommodation is an increasingly popular option in resorts such as Mojacar and Roquetas del Mar. If you like wide, open spaces, from your apartment you can visit Almeria's dry, desert landscape where many movies have been filmed.

The Sierra Nevada is Europe’s most southern skiing range. The highest summit of the Sierra Nevada mountain range is Mulhacén at 3,481 metres, the highest ski lift and piste goes to just below Veleta which is at 3,398 metres.

Torre del Mar is a resort town on the Eastern Costa del Sol. Amongst the resort-style landscape of 70s apartment blocks, there are some simple, whitewashed one-storey fishermen’s houses dating back to the town’s pre-tourism years. In terms of the accommodation options, on top of a couple of well-priced hotels there are a number of decent holiday apartments in Torre del Mar

Neighbouring the well-heeled Puerto Banús, San Pedro de Alcántara is a pretty village with independent shops and bars. A palm-lined avenue called the Avenida del Marques del Duero leads to the beaches and several chiringuitos (beach-side restaurants).

Fuengirola’s tourist journey began all the way back in the 1960s, and today it is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol. The town was originally a fishing village, the centre of which is the Plaza de la Constitución, although the old fishing village isn’t visible today.

Like neighbouring Torremolinos (to the east) and Fuengirola (to the west), the appeal of Benalmádena as a holiday destination is pretty straightforward: in addition to year-round sunshine and a long stretch of beach, Benalmádena is packed with great facilities from shops and restaurants to wildlife parks and amusement parks.

Torremolinos: where the Costa del Sol tourism boom really exploded. Just a couple of miles to the west of Malaga airport, and with one of the coast’s better urban beaches, it isn’t hard to see why. If the town’s party-hearty reputation has relaxed a little in recent years, giving way to many family holidaymakers in the summer and older visitors looking for some winter sun out of season.

Sevilla or Seville is the capital of Andalucia and architecturally it's often referred to as the jewel in the Andalucian crown. With its magnificent Baroque cathedral, a Moorish Royal Palace, (Reales Alcazares) and the remains of the Roman city Italica to name but a few, the town has so many highlights that it's worthwhile spending some time here to discover its delights at leisure.

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.