Learn about the fabulous landscapes, great cities and little pueblos of Andalucía; choose your holiday destination in the beautiful south of Spain.
A land of glorious woodlands and far-reaching views, without doubt one of Spain's most beautiful and unspoilt mountain regions.
Known in Spain as Los Pueblos Blancos, these classic white villages in magnificent countryside are some of Andalucia's most beautiful.
Spain's south Atlantic coast, mile upon mile of awesome, untamed sandy beaches as memorable as any in southern Europe.
The western Costa del Sol and its beautiful rural hinterland extends south from Marbella to the rocky British outpost of Gibraltar.
The wild and rugged tract of mountains which surrounds Ronda offers one of Andalucia's stunning visual experiences.
At the crossroads of Andalucia, around Antequera you will find landscapes of striking beauty that have inspired generations of artists.
A land of rugged hills, deep valleys and spectacular scenery, La Subbetica de Cordoba lies in the heart of Andalucia.
Inland from Nerja and the Mediterranean, the hillsides of La Axarquia enjoy one of Europe's warmest and sunniest climates.
At the western frontier of the old Moorish Kingdom of Granada lies a region of great natural charm and warm, welcoming people.
The rugged mountains of Sierra Nevada crash into the sea in a series of beautiful coves and wide, sweeping bays.
South from Granada lies a vast and fertile valley encompassed within a bowl of mountains. The Moors named it the Valley of Happiness.
From the highest mountains in Spain to the Mediterranean Sea, Las Alpujarras is one of the most beautiful regions in the world.
Columbus sailed from here and Drake sneaked in to "singe the King of Spain's beard". Cádiz remains a city of intrigue and mystery.
Spain's party town, Sevilla is one of Europe's jewels, a city of style, exhuberance and never-ending late nights.
Once the largest city in the world under the Moors, Córdoba is a city with an incomparable legacy of great riches.
A city of classical beauty, the unique heritage of two great civilizations, Granada is the jewel in the Spanish Crown.
Pretty and picturesque, relaxed and cheerful, Aracena is the main town in the beautiful Natural Park which surrounds it.
Considered by many to be Spain's premier "pueblo blanco" there is no doubt that Arcos has a situation which is truly spectacular.
On the southernmost point of Spain, Tarifa looks directly across the Straits of Gibraltar to Morocco, just 14 kilometres away.
Surrounded by the majestic Los Alcornocales Natural Park and dominated by its Moorish castle, Jimena is a real Spanish gem.
A "must-see" white village, Zahara de la Sierra is one of the most spectacularly situated villages in Spain.
One of the classic Andalusian pueblos blancos, Gaucín is a beautiful white village perched on the crest of the Sierra del Hacho.
A showcase ‘white village', Grazalema has a spectacular situation and some of Spain's most traditional architecture.
Casares is a picture postcard village which clambers up a spectacular rocky outcrop just nine miles inland from the Costa del Sol.
Ronda is one of Andalucía's loveliest towns, steeped in history, reputedly Hemingway's favourite in all Spain.
At the crossroads of Andalucia, historic Antequera is both medieval and modern. It epitomises what "Real Spain" is all about.
Little Iznájar sits on top of a rocky outcrop which towers up from its very own "inland sea". It's like an island rising from the waters.
Known as the "Baroque Jewel", Priego de Cordoba is a lovely, convivial little town steeped in old-world charm.
The capital of Las Alpujarras, Órgiva has a cosmopolitan population and an eccletic mix of peoples and lifestyles.
Lively in summer, magical and mysterious in winter, Capileira epitomises the high mountain life in Las Alpujarras.
All around is glorious nature. For peace and stunning beauty, Andaluz-style, then Bubión, in the high Alpujarras, is the place to be.