Featuring prominently in the history of Europe and the Mediterranean, the culture of this fascinating region has been shaped by so many inﬂuences.
The largest Gothic Cathedral in the world can be found in Seville, as well as the old palaces Reales Alcazares and Casa Pilatos. The Plaza de Espana and Maestranza bullring are also worth visiting. Cordoba is known best for the Mezquita, a world famous monument that defines the character of the town.
There is no doubt that the main delights of the cultural and artistic city of Granada are the Alhambra Palace and Generalife, as well as the Cathedral. Rural Andalucia oﬀers interesting landscapes, stunning natural features and varied bird and wildlife; it is the perfect place to relax.
A trip to Malaga is not complete without a visit to the Picasso museum and the coastal towns of Estepona and Nerja are popular year round. Cadiz is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in western Europe and has a wealth of historical landmarks. Inland, Jerez de la Frontera is known for its sherry production and is home to the Andalusian Flamenco Centre, as well as the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art.