A passion for life. That’s what it’s all about in the southern most region of Spain. The temperamental music and dance, the most delicious tapas, the beautiful cities full of Moorish influence, the picturesque villages and the unspoilt rugged nature. The most beautiful of Spain in Andalusia.
Frigiliana is a small village on a height of 400 meters. It is one of the best preserved Moorish villages. Because it is on a hill is anything means climbing but the views are awesome. The village is a part of the ‘Sun and wine route’ and a flower festival organized every year. Everywhere in the village you can find nice restaurants and the higher you go the better the view. Frigiliana also has its own waterfall where you can swim. “The environment is versatile, something for everyone and the nature is breathtaking “said Simon about Frigiliana.
Iznájar is suitable for anyone who even slightly likes nature, culture and good tasty food. The destination has a lot to offer. You are here really under the Spaniards and that’s the way it should be. The Roman and Moorish are clearly intertwined and almost on every corner of the street. The Centre of Iznájar is good ‘, sometimes with many elevation changes. As in the other towns in this area the temperature in the summer can be very high. Spring and autumn are good alternatives. “Between the olive groves and the view over the Lake, you can both culturally and culinary enjoy Iznájar ” Thus a luxe vakantiehuis owner about Iznájar.
Sevilla, Plaza Mayor
The best tapas, plenty of culture andbeautiful architecture you will find in Sevilla. Michael thinks Sevilla ‘is a treasury of culture.’ “Sevilla is a very interesting city with a host of interesting things to do, in addition to the many most famous hotspots are there some lesser known that, however, very worthwhile as the Hospital de los Venerables located on as mall square in the picturesque Santa Cruz. The former hospital has a nice patio and a splendid Baroque church with frescoes and a beautiful organ. ‘Please note that in the summer months the temperature in the city will be high. You can’t stand the heat, so this destination is best suited for a city break in the spring.
Salobrena is centrally located with many points of interest. You can easily travel from here to other cities such as Granada & Malaga. Salobrena is uniquely located on a hill on the flat coast in the Sierra Nevada. One side of the hill is very steep and the other side is just filled with white picturesque houses. Besides the mountain Salobrena is a large seaside resort with a long pedestrian boulevard and some restaurants. The people are very friendly and helpful. “An ideal destination if you still want to discover the real Spain.” Thus a visitor about Salobrena.
Granada is a must see for anybody who loves culture and history. You will see the most extraordinary historical remains such as the giant Palace Alhambra, one of the best-known historical monuments of Spain. In addition, Granada is famous for its University and a vibrant night life. Karin writes about Granada: ‘This Moorish King City has an Arab past and has many points of interest including, of course, the well-known Alhambra. People should visit a Gypsy flamenco show in a mountain cave.’