Andalucia is full to the brim with interesting places to visit, World Heritage sites to marvel at and flavours to sample and enjoy. The region has had a ‘lively’ past with many invaders passing through on their way to the rest of Europe. As a result, a holiday villa in Andalucia will give you a chance to experience the many traditions have been passed on and the area is now rich in history and boasts many different types of cuisine.

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However, the biggest influence can be found in the Moorish architecture of the region. A holiday villa in Andalucia, particularly somewhere like Granada or Cordoba will allow you plenty of opportunity to marvel at the Alhambra or the Mezquita as well as the other countless sites and ruins that are scattered about the Andalucian countryside. Another popular holiday villa in Andalucia destination is Seville. Here you will be able to soak up the history of this beautiful city, catch a flamenco performance and perhaps take a Spanish class or two while you’re at it. For the adventurous, a holiday villa in Andalucia could mean a stay in the Sierra Nevada mountains, whose lofty peaks are some of the highest in Spain. or perhaps you might try your hand at a holiday in a yurt; a true 'glamping' experience. Stunning vistas combined with challenging trekking routes and hearty local mountain produce will keep the keenest outdoor adventurer happy. If that all sounds a bit too energetic, then your holiday villa in Andalucia – in the form of accommodation - are in abundance along the glittering Mediterranean coast – from Almeria to Cadiz. Alternatively, your holiday villa in Andalucia can be found in the Alpujarra foothills. Here you’ll maybe find yourself a little olive farm to rent or perhaps a cortijo backing onto a field of sunflowers. Wherever you choose to stay, you’ll soon discover that the delights of a holiday villa in Andalucia are endless and you’ll be planning your return trip!

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