Adalucia has a high-spirited and passionate flavor, with bull fighting, flamenco dancing and a strong Moorish heritage. With 500 miles of coastline there are plenty of beaches to choose from. Beyond beaches, Andalucia boasts a variety of distinctive landscapes, from wooded hillsides, to deserts and even flamingo-filled marshes.
Arguably Spain’s most distinctly Spanish region, Andalucia is the birthplace of flamenco dancing and guitar. With over 3000 festivals and feast days each year, life at Andalucia can feel like one long fiesta – and with private pools and alfresco dining areas Andalucia villas offer the perfect base for a festive gathering of your own.
From cherries and wine, to bread and Jamón (cured ham), nearly every item on Andalucian menus has its own day in the sun. Starting with the spring festivals in Seville, and running well through the autumn harvest, there is always something happening near our villas in Andalucia. Originating between Jerez and Seville, the tapas tradition is still alive and strong in Andalucia. Mingle with locals as you wander from one tapas bar to the next, trying different tapas and sipping Spanish wine.
From our coastal Andalucia villas you can spot Morocco’s Atlas Mountains across the sea on a clear day. Among our most southern destinations in Europe, Andalucia is the place for those seeking fun in the sun. This diverse destination is also home to impressive Moorish architecture, including the Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.