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Andalusia Attractions

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Alhambra 5.0 stars
The inside of the Alhambra is magnificent and its beauty is almost beyond description. It looks like a palace out of a fairy tale. Nearly every wall is adorned with intricately detailed carvings or beautiful mosaic work. While you will ... [more ]
Cathedral of Granada 5.0 stars
The Cathedral in Granada was spectacular, both up close and from a distance. It is so large that it is easy to identify from the Mirador San Nicolás. If you enjoy architecture, I wouldn't miss this. The cathedral is done in Renaissance style ... [more ]
Generalife 5.0 stars
The summer palace of the Muslim rulers, located at the far end of the Generalife, is as captivating as the rest of the Alhambra and Generalife complex. The Patio de la Acequia is beautiful. One of the palace walls rises gracefully at the end of ... [more ]
Tivoli Land 4.0 stars
This trip was the highlight of the holiday for the kids, and adults alike! The entrance fee for the family was very reasonable, we bought the special bands that get you on to virtually every ride. You have to pay extra for some of the more ... [more ]
Sierra Nevada Ski Resort 4.0 stars
For once in my life I didn’t mind queuing. The mountain road to the Sierra Nevada skiing resort in southern Spain was unusually busy and we were bumper to bumper with other cars heading for the slopes. However, it gave us plenty of time to take ... [more ]
Gibralfaro Castle 4.0 stars
The visit to the Gibralfaro Castle is included in the ticket to La Alcazaba. There used to be a connection between the two but it is now in ruins so to reach the Gibralfaro castle we walked up the steep and windy sidewalk. It is really worthy ... [more ]
Parque de María Luisa 5.0 stars
Not far from the center of Seville and across the Avenida de Isabel la Católica from the Plaza de España is the María Luisa Park. This area was originally transformed for the 1929 Spanish-American Exposition. Here you will find shady lawns, ... [more ]
alcazaba 4.0 stars
The Alcazaba in Málaga is in the old town. There are two entrances, one by the Roman Theatre and a second entrance behind the Málaga Town Hall. This second one will take you directly to the Alcazaba Palace in an elevator allowing to see the rest ... [more ]
Mirador de San Nicolás 4.0 stars
Almost the best spot in Granada to enjoy spectacular views of the city, the Mirador de San Nicolas is perched right on the top of Albayzin. Known as the gypsy quarter of the city, the Albayzin oozes bohemic culture and you can witness this at the ... [more ]
Museo Picasso 4.0 stars
Picasso Museum in Málaga is located between the narrow streets of the Old Town, in the old Palacio de Buenavista. I loved this Museum as they had on display many Picasso´s gorgeous artworks from sketches, to drawings, from his early days ... [more ]
Marbella Old Town 4.0 stars
Many people discount the Costa del Sol as full of high-rise apartment blocks and package holiday tourists, and of course that does exist, but there's much more to it than that! The Old Town (Casco Antiguo) in Marbella is my favourite place on the ... [more ]
Las Cañadas Shopping Center 4.0 stars
I have never enjoyed shopping in the UK, but I must say that in Spain it is a very civilized affair. La Cañada Shopping Centre is a good example of how they make shopping pleasurable. This is just outside Marbella center, it has loads of parking ... [more ]
Oasys Theme Park 4.0 stars
This is one of those destinations that you can file under the category - ‘great day out for the whole family.’ There is so much to see and do here. First of all there are the old western film sets. Tabernas was the location for many ... [more ]
La Juderia 4.0 stars
The Jewish Quarter was just behind the Mezquita. The narrow white streets were full of colorful shops with traditional Jewish ceramics, and small "patios" (courtyards) where you could sit down and enjoy a drink. The highlight of the quarter is ... [more ]
Plaza de Toros 4.0 stars
It might be peculiar, but mixing modern upbeat tapas with a traditional ancient sport might be the perfection concoction for the Spanish. D'Cuadros is a fashionable futuristic tapas bar hidden in the historical circular bullfighting ring, ... [more ]
Mojácar Beach 4.0 stars
One of the brilliant things about this beach is that even in the height of the tourist season, it isn't crowded. That’s largely due to the fact that it stretches for several kilometres. I’ve never felt crowded or cramped here, unlike many other ... [more ]
Alcazar de Jerez 4.0 stars
The perfect manner in which historical monuments dating back to thousands of years have been preserved in Spain is one thing that has never stopped to amaze me. I have always felt puzzled and inspired by the intact features of the ancient ... [more ]
Texas Hollywood 3.0 stars
This is the place where I let my inner child roam free, and it dressed up as a cowboy to protect the ranch from those pesky varmints in bandit country. Texas Hollywood theme park is a collection of old western film sets located in the Tabernas ... [more ]
La Giralda & Cathedral 4.0 stars
I have been told that Giralda is the most important tourist attraction of Seville. It definitely is a must. It is part of the cathderal, but it used to be part of the mosque the Moors built. The catholics turned it into a cathedral and added a ... [more ]
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