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Andalusia is the region in the South of Spain. Including Seville, Granada, Malaga, Cordoba, Almeria, Jaen and Huelva provinces. This region has a vast and beautiful coastline with some of the best beaches in Spain. Costa de Luz, Cabo de Gata and the popular Costa del Sol. It is also home to many UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Alcazar, the Alhambra palace and the charming Albayzin district. Local food here is mainly produced in the same province and is very fresh. Don´t miss the Spanish ham, local wines,  fresh fruit and typical pastries.

Andalucia or Andalusia ?

Andalucia is the Spanish name for this area and is the birthplace of Flamenco. Spanish guitars, Fabulous festivals throughout the Spring and Summer seasons will make your stay even more typical. The region is vast and needs many days to be able to cover the whole extension. In one week just three locations would be recommended to allow to see them in any detail. Trying to see Andalusia in a week is just impossible.

Italy’s Historic Castles: A Timeless Journey into Chivalry

Nestled within rolling hills, overlooking serene lakes, and guarding the bustling cities of Italy. These monuments to the past, each has stories of intrigue, power, and chivalry. Italy’s historic castles are not merely stone and mortar; they are the keepers of centuries of history, art, and …

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Navigate Travel Management Challenges In a Post-Pandemic World

Travel management has experienced a profound transformation in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the globe transitions from the era of stringent travel restrictions and lockdowns. Business entities and travel coordinators are now confronted with a novel set of complexities.   Directly addressing these complexities is …

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Nativity in Spain – How did the tradition began + Where to see Belenes in Andalucia

At this time of your in the UK, USA or other European countries Christmas light switch on is a big event. Often celebrated with a local celebrity to push the button. In Spain and Western Europe the Nativity Scene is the main feature in homes and …

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Cafe in Seville – My Favourite Coffee, Cake + Breakfast Places

Cafe in Seville: Best Places for Coffee +  Cake  After visiting the Andalusian capital many times, I have scouted out the best places for brunch, breakfast, sweet toothed travellers and good coffee venues. Here are my favourite spots for a Cafe in Seville. Ofelia Bakery This …

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Priego de Cordoba – World Class Olive Oil + Stunning Landscapes

  Where is Priego de Cordoba? This Andalusian city of 22,000 inhabitants is located in the Subbetica Cordobesa. South of Madrid yet in the Northern part of Andalusia, Priego de Cordoba is between Cordoba (90kms away) Jaen (70kms) and Granada. (85kms away).  Closest Airport: GRX Federico …

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Aracena – Breathtaking Caves & Local Food in Huelva Province

Have you heard of a charming town in Huelva province called Aracena. Located in the Sierra de Aracena in Western Andalucia, this inland location was one that I recently discovered. Exploring lesser known destinations in Spain is one of my hobbies since I moved to the …

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5 Reasons to Visit Alcala La Real in Summer – Rural Andalusia

When most people head off to the beaches and the Costas around Andalusia. I like to explore lesser known towns and villages. So this month I am heading inland to the unspoilt Jaen town of Alcala la Real. Este post esta disponible en Español> Visitar Alcala La …

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