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Discover the charm of inland Andalucia, observe first hand the rich and varied landscapes of olive groves and wildflowers © Michelle Chaplow
Discover the charm of inland Andalucia, observe first hand the rich and varied landscapes of olive groves and wildflowers

Andalucia.com Trip Organiser helper

The easy way to organise your holiday in the south of Spain!

Whether you wish to travel alone or in a group, Andalucia.com can provide you with all the information you need to plan your itinerary, gather cultural information about your destinations, choose your accommodations and enjoy the best of southern Spanish cuisine.

Planning

The following links will help you plan your trip in detail. Find current maps, connect with car hire companies or locate tour to join.

The major international car rental companies have offices in most Andalucian cities and at the airports such as Málaga Airport, Seville, Jerez. The smaller local car rental companies tend to be… More →

Nearly a fifth of Andalucia is protected, the largest proportion of an autonomous region in Spain, reflecting the unspoilt nature of its countryside and the high ecological importance of its… More →

Andalucía is a birdwatcher's paradise and attracts ornithologists throughout the year. The best time of the year, however, is during the spring, as this is when you can see many wintering species… More →

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… More →

The issues faced by owning a car and driving in Andalucia are similar to those faced in the rest of Spain. Some of these issues outlined below are different depending on whether you hold a license… More →

Spending your leisure time or holidays caring for your health is becoming more and more popular nowadays. This may be a cure for a medical condition, or an escape from the stress and anxiety that… More →

One of the most relaxing traditions of Arab Spain are the baths, or “hammam” as they are called in Arabic. With so many years of moorish rule and culture, the city of Granada was a natural… More →

To see info about general motoring maps of Spain or the Costa del Sol click on the links.

Andalucia with summer sunshine and mild winters is one of the best destinations in the world for sports and outdoor activities.

Whether you want high-adrenalin extreme sports adventure tour - on snow, ground or water; wind or gas-fuel-driven; to get about on two wheels or two legs; taking to the air; or calmer, but no less… More →

Bullfighting as we know it today, started in the village squares, and became formalised, with the building of the bullring in Ronda in the late 18th century. From that time, it began to follow a… More →

Ecotourism is an important movement in Andalucia with both companies and non-governmental organisations working to promote the concept both within this region and abroad. ANDECO, the International… More →

Naturist hotels or resorts are establishments which allow guests to practice naturism, meaning clothing is optional and guests are free to move around the hotel and its facilities nude.

Guided tours are an excellent way to see Andalucia. Depending on which tour you choose you can learn more about specific aspects of the flora, fauna, gastronomy, culture, etc... Here we have… More →

Andalucia has so much to offer tourists arriving from the UK. This is a friendly destination with countless years of experience in the hospitality industry. Escape the British climate and… More →

In this section we have suggested some itineraries that you can use as a base for tours in Andalucia. These itineraries also link together many other information pages. As always the greatest… More →

There are many and varied destinations in Andalucia,choose from coastal resorts, cities and larger towns, rural villages and small towns. Explore the four different 'costas' or names coasts. There… More →

Restaurant Guide by Towns in Andalucia and by restaurants in Coastal resort and villages of Andalucia including Michelin Star restaurants, Beach Bars, Cafe Bars, Teterias, Vegetarian restaurants… More →

Every year, millions of tourists take a break in Andalucia and indulge in the lifestyle that helps to make this Southern Spanish region so much of a hit with visitors and residents… More →

Attractions

Many come to Andalucia for sun, sea and sand. However, there is a growing trend towards cultural tourism with visitors looking for activities as well as the chance to relax. Here are ten suggestions for those looking to spice up their holidays with something different.

Nearly a fifth of Andalucia is protected, the largest proportion of an autonomous region in Spain, reflecting the unspoilt nature of its countryside and the high ecological importance of its… More →

Andalucía is a birdwatcher's paradise and attracts ornithologists throughout the year. The best time of the year, however, is during the spring, as this is when you can see many wintering species… More →

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.

Spending your leisure time or holidays caring for your health is becoming more and more popular nowadays. This may be a cure for a medical condition, or an escape from the stress and anxiety that… More →

One of the most relaxing traditions of Arab Spain are the baths, or “hammam” as they are called in Arabic. With so many years of moorish rule and culture, the city of Granada was a natural… More →

Andalucia with summer sunshine and mild winters is one of the best destinations in the world for sports and outdoor activities.

Whether you want high-adrenalin extreme sports adventure tour - on snow, ground or water; wind or gas-fuel-driven; to get about on two wheels or two legs; taking to the air; or calmer, but no less… More →

Bullfighting as we know it today, started in the village squares, and became formalised, with the building of the bullring in Ronda in the late 18th century. From that time, it began to follow a… More →

Ecotourism is an important movement in Andalucia with both companies and non-governmental organisations working to promote the concept both within this region and abroad. ANDECO, the International… More →

Naturist hotels or resorts are establishments which allow guests to practice naturism, meaning clothing is optional and guests are free to move around the hotel and its facilities nude.

Car rental travel may be the best form of transportation around Andalucia if you don't have a rigid schedule and are prepared to test your defensive driving skills on Spain's speedy highways. Although a little more expensive than bus travel, car rentals allow the greatest amount of flexibility for sight seeing along the way and visiting many historical, old towns you would have otherwise missed.

Have a good trip!