City Rentals in Andalucia
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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Orange blossom, flamenco, tapas: Seville is perfect for a romantic city break. There's accommodation to suit every budget. Visit the Giralda tower, the palace and gardens of the Moorish Alcazar and Barrio Santa Cruz. Listen to flamenco in Triana and enjoy the nightlife in the Alameda and Alfalfa, before finally returning to your hotel. More info >
Cordoba is a beautifully-preserved Moorish city, complete with Mezquita (mosque), Arab baths and teahouses. With its atmospheric, intimate feel, and plenty of good hotels, this compact city is great for a short break. You can enjoy superb cuisine: typical salmorejo soup, a thick, creamy gazpacho; and there's beautiful silver jewellery and leather handicrafts to buy. More info >
Think of Granada and you think of the Alhambra, the vast, magnificent Moorish fortress-palace complex. Imagine staying in a hotel where you wake up to that view in the morning light. A city break here means romantic walks, free tapas with your drink and exploring a magical Andalucian city with a strong literary heritage. More info >
As crazy as Cadiz is, and as sensual Seville, so Jerez is genteel and relaxed. Everywhere in this delightful Andalucian city you'll see statues of horses and sherry barrels (and smell this local wine too). Visit a sherry bodega and see an equestrian display, followed by a siesta in your hotel: a relaxing weekend break in one of Spain's friendliest cities. More info >
Famed for its beaches, Malaga has much more to offer on a weekend break, not least the new Picasso Museum.From your hotel you can explore the vibrant old town, stroll to the beach, and enjoy the Moorish Alcazaba fortress and gardens. Near your accommodation try grilled sardines on a stick, the local speciality, at a beach-side restaurant. More info >
Famous for its carnival and naval history, Cadiz has plenty for a short break: beaches, nightlife, superb seafood and a charming old town with handy accommodation. From your hotel, stroll along the seafront promenade and spot the beach used as Havana in Die Another Day. After all-night revelry at the ten-day Carnaval, you'll need your accommodation. More info >
Huelva is one of Andalucia's least-visited cities, yet it's a perfect base for a short break, with superb beaches nearby plus the Coto Donana national park, home to wild boar, lynx and many rare birds. From your hotel you can explore the unspoilt coast and hills inland, making Huelva an ideal weekend destination for lovers of nature and the outdoors - or just lying on a beach. More info >
At the far south-eastern tip of Andalucia, Almeria is a thriving port surrounded by a dry, desert landscape. Less crowded than other cities, it has a lively nightlife and many hotels, plus an impressive Alcazaba fortress overlooking the town. Nearby are beautiful, secluded beaches - a weekend break of wild scenery with nightlife to match. More info >
An inland Andalucian town, surrounded by miles of olive groves, Jaen is largely untouched by tourism so it's a great place for a short break. Its impressive monuments include the cathedral, castle and Arab baths. From your hotel visit nearby Ubeda and Baeza, two magnificent hilltop Renaissance towns, full of splendid mansions, plazas and palaces. More info >