Andalusia is a bridge connecting Africa and Europe and a meeting point between the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The most surprising historic and artistic heritage may be found in the Alhambra of Granada, the Mosque in Cordoba or the Giralda Tower in Seville.
Along with 800 km of coastline and 2 natural parks, Andalusia offers it’s unique cultural legacy in a special way; white villages scattered around the landscape with their festivities all year round and the local gastronomy based on quality ingredients will not disappoint you!
Seville, the capital of Andalusia, has been shaped by different cultures which were present throughout the centuries. We can still admire the most relevant monuments such as the Golden Tower (Torre del Oro), Alcazar, Archivo de Indias or the Tobacco Factory.
Immerse yourself into the old town of Seville, the biggest in Spain and one of the biggest in Europe, walking through the Jewish quarter or savoring the typical Andalusian tapas in Santa Cruz Quarter.
Granada, the ancient capital of Al-Andalus is an obligatory visit. Washington Irving told us about its marvels in his book “Tales of the Alhambra” and Federico Garcia Lorca was passionate about it in each of his poems…