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The Main FRS route between Tarifa (Spain) and the buzzing port of Tangier (Morocco) is the shortest seaway between the two continents. In addition, FRS also connects Algeciras with the ports of Ceuta and Tangier MED. With its modern high-speed ferries, FRS has become the market leader for passenger and car crossings to and from Tangier.

Before making any plans travel to Andalucía or Spain you must ensure that you have the correct documentation. Andalucia is a region of Spain which has the responsibility over national border controls.  Spain is a full member of the EU and a member of the Schengen Area.

Before making any plans travel to Andalucía or Spain you must ensure that you have the correct documentation. Andalucia is a region of Spain which has the responsibility over national border controls.  Spain is a full member of the EU and a member of the Schengen Area.

The Andalusian coast, Costa del Sol and Marbella experiences hot summers where it is possible to sunbathe almost every day from June until September with little or no rain. Daily highs reach 35° C and nights as low as 15° C but definitely always short sleeve weather.

If you would like a unique and unforgettable travel experience in Malaga or Andalucia, then a helicopter flight is a great option. Helicopter flights and aerial services can be organised for both tourists and private companies, as well as individuals.

Various tourist boards have created a number of themed routes (called “Ruta de“ in Spanish) to help tourists explore the area with respect to a certain to area of cultural or historic interest. Some do make for a interesting and holiday and educational and largely natural drive.

Duty-free allowances have been abolished within the EU. Travelers entering Spain from any EU country may take in the following generous quantities of alcohol and tobacco: 200 cigars, 3,200 cigarettes, 400 cigarillos, 10 litres of spirits, 110 litres of beer, 20 litres of fortified wine and/or 90 litres of wine.

The number of people who wish to participate in an educational courses while enjoying a holiday break is increasing. Andalucia is an ideal venue for such courses.

If you live in southern Spain and plan to travel either nationally or internationally, you would be wise to acquire a travel insurance policy that is adapted to your needs. A good travel insurance ensures that no trip leaves you overwhelmed with bills for unexpected delays, losses, accidents and medical conditions.

If you're planning a holiday to Andalucia in your caravan, you'll be pleased to hear that the facilities in the area are excellent, with swimming pools, laundry services and supermarkets, as well as the basic electricity and direct drain.

Camping has recently enjoyed a huge surge in popularity. From being the preserve of socks-and-sandals, thermos-of-tea types, it has evolved into the trendy travel alternative for free-spirited, independent types who prefer to wake to the gently sound of birdsong rather than the roar of urban traffic

If you and your friends or family want to get right back to nature, you'll find a variety of simple, rustic accommodation around rural Andalucia. Usually the cabins are traditionally built from wood or stone. For example in some natural parks.

To see one of our general maps of Spain click on one of the links depending on which map of Spain that you want to see. These are simplified maps which will give you a good overall idea.

Statistics may be of some interest to the general public. Especially those doing research for an academic project or studying a business proposal should find this collection of statistics useful. Tourism statistics are often reported in the press in Andalucia. As tourism is such an important industry and part of the economy it is quite common to report these figures.

The Eco-Traveller’s 10 Commandments. Ecoviajeros, a Spanish organisation offers 10 commandments for those of us wishing to be more eco-friendly travellers the world around: 1. Empathise – put yourself in the shoes of locals, both people and animals!

Cycling is a popular sport in Andalucia and it is not uncommon to see groups of cyclists out enjoying a weekend morning together as they tour the countryside. Equally in the last few years the number of cyclists in the cities and towns has increased, and so has the km-s of cycle lanes. Seville being a prime example.

Mountain biking and cycling are viewed as both serious sports and a relaxing pastime in Andalucia. It is not unusual to be overtaken by a group of lycra-clad cyclists tackling the steep mountain roads, particularly at weekends.