Apartment Rentals in Andalucian cities
Andalucia has some of Europe's most exciting, beautiful and sunniest cities. Cosmopolitan but also historic and traditional, with great shopping, vibrant cultural scenes and some charming, characterful hotels, they're perfect for a city break. From Picasso's Malaga, to romantic Seville, the Alhambra of Granada and Moorish Cordoba, with traditional air-cured ham, superb seafood tapas and local wines, you're in for a cultural and gastronomic delight. There's centrally-located accommodation to suit all purses, from intimate guesthouses to stylish all-mod-cons hotels and royal palaces. One thing all these cities have in common: the Andalucians know how to have fun. So treat yourself to a short break in vibrant, sunny Andalucia.
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Find an self catering apartment to stay for a coty break in this charming and historic town of Antequera. Known as the cross roads of Andalucia for its central locations in the north of Málaga… More →
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… More →
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… More →
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… More →
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… More →
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, (… More →
For a quieter break, 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… More →
Cádiz 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… More →
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… More →
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… More →