Information about Andalucia, Spain
Almeria has 214 kilometres of Coastline most of it shining beaches, enjoys 3,100 hours of sunshine annually and boasts a desert where Getares Beachmany westerns have been filmed. A visit to the mountains of the interior is a must.
Granada with Sierra Nevada, where high-mountain sports can be practised, has 75 kilometres of Coastline, mainly warm water beaches, and is very attractive to tourists as they are able to enjoy both skiing and bathing during a single holiday.
Cadiz founded in 1.100 B.C. by the Phoenicians - land of Sherry wines and Manzanilla of Sanlucar - has 272 kilometres of Coastline mostly beaches of fine sands and crystalline mainly Atlantic, waters. Between Malaga and Huelva, lie Mountains ranges and natural parks, where all kinds of outdoor sports can be practised, including equestrian, hiking, paragliding, ballooning, and many other adventure sports.
Huelva's links with Latin America, have always been evident in the way of life of this charming City. The region has 145 kilometres of Coastline, including vast beaches stretching from Cadiz to the border of Portugal, not forgetting the mountainous that provide, amongst other things, the best Spanish Ham: Pata Negra de Jabugo.
Cordoba was the most populated City in Europe, in X Century. TheMountain Landscape Mosque, is the oldest monument of the West, and attracts the most tourists, but Cordova is also famous for its gold and silver jewlery shops, wines from Moriles-Montilla,vast forest ranges and Natural Parks.
Malaga with 163 kilometres of Coastline, mainly wonderful beaches, and famous Malaga wines, attracts millions of tourists as well as a growing colony of foreign residents around the Province.
Seville was the main City of the Kingdom of Castille during the XIII Century and the most important center in American Commerce. Its climate, the people and past make Seville one of the places preferred by tourists who visit our country.