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Facts on Andalucia, Spain

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Here on Map of Andalucia, find everything you need to know. Andalucia is perfectly placed in the South of Spain. It is the largest region of Spain and some say the most beautiful and lively. Here you will find practically all year round sunshine, feisty fiestas and an endearing dialect.

The traditions of flamenco, bullfighting, tapas and guitar all originated here. There is a bit of history to be found everywhere. From the grand Alhambra in Granada to ancient Arab castles, its beauty is bountiful.

Andalucia boasts 900km of coastline comprising of (Costa de la Luz), (Costa del Sol), (Costa Almeria) and (Costa Tropical).

Facts on Andalucia, Spain

For the more active and adventurous there are the (ski slopes in the Sierra Nevada) which also boasts a National Park, one of two, the other being( Doñana National Park). Again historyIs to be found here with a strong Moorish and Roman presence to be seen.

Andalucia has something for everone, whether rest and recuperation is the idea, touring the beautiful cities with ancient monuments and buildings or watersports galore, it’s all here.

The cities here are stunning, all having their own unique temptations. (Seville), Spains 4th largest city sweeps up visitors with its livlieness and vitality.(Almeria)(Cadiz)(Cordoba)(Granada)(Malaga)(Ronda)(Jaen)(jerez)

For a taste of the unspoiled whitewashed villages in Andalucia Salobrena is a stunningly simple example with its Arab castle perched at the top of the village lighting up the night sky, beautiful coastline and tasty tapas in abundance.

A town becoming popular in Andalucia is (Almunecar) with its delightful tapas bars, friendly locals and heady mix of nationalities living there.