Andalusia is viewed as one of the most complete tourist destinations in the world. The variety and combinations of its tourism activities, its climate, its travel connections and hotel infrastructure and the hospitality of its people have made Andalusia one of the top destinations for foreign and national tourists when it comes to choosing their holiday destination.

Andalusia awaits the traveller with more joy than ever as the best option to meet all the demands of the new tourist who is looking for unique experiences, authentic emotions and a destination with a complete, diverse, safe and quality offer. Because Andalusia is joy, the happiness of enjoying the little things, in every moment, in every place.

The quality and diversity of Andalusia makes it the most attractive place in Southern Europe: modern hotels and accommodation, cities and towns full of history and monuments, National Parks and natural environments that will surprise those who visit them for the first time, and a gastronomy capable of satisfying the most demanding palates.

To all this we must be add a culture based on authentic roots, on the legacy of so many peoples who left their mark in folklore, music, literature, art and hundreds of ways this is all expressed that extend from the capital cities to the most remote areas of this millenary land.

Andalusia has sectors and offers that satisfy all travellers' needs. An excellent climate that allows you to visit all year round and an enormous land area with multiple contrasts: 1,000 kilometres of coastline, the southernmost ski resort in Europe and the largest protected natural area on the continent.

A wide and diverse offer in the eight provinces, structured in all the traditional sectors, but also in other emerging and booming ones, always with the guarantee of quality and excellence that only this immense land can offer.


Andalusia, with more than 800 kilometres of coastline, has beaches that surprise us with the variety of its landscapes, from the wide beaches of fine sand in the provinces of Cadiz and Huelva, to the hidden coves between cliffs on the coast of Granada, Costa del Sol and Almeria.

Andalusia's beaches also offer a wide variety of services. The marinas, golf courses, promenades, open-air sports courts, beaching areas for boats and restaurants have made Andalusia an ideal destination for sun and beach tourism or for water sports.

Andalusia's beaches are a natural heritage with their own personality. The coastline, from the Costa de Almeria, the Costa Tropical of Granada, the Costa del Sol in Malaga or the Costa de la Luz in Cadiz and the Costa de la Luz in Huelva, forms an idyllic natural setting, together with the warmth of its waters and its omnipresent sun.


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Andalusia's cultural wealth will take you back in time to the earliest antiquity with significant archaeological sites, the legacy of different cultures and civilisations that settled in this beautiful and rich land in southern Spain.

The Alhambra in Granada, the Mosque of Cordoba and the Giralda in Seville are World Legacy Sites, an immense artistic legacy passed down across millennia of history. You can't miss Úbeda and Baeza in Jaén, both World Heritage Sites, or Arcos de la Frontera in Cádiz, Ronda in Málaga or Moguer in Huelva.

The striking Islamic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture of its most symbolic buildings, its castles, fortresses and monasteries, scattered throughout the region, round out a vitally important heritage.

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The diversity, area and environmental richness of the Andalusian territories is impressive. Andalusia is home to the highest peaks of the Iberian Peninsula in the Sierra Nevada, extensive wetlands such as the Marshlands in the Guadalquivir, thick Mediterranean forests such as the Sierra de Cazorla, Segura and the Villas Natural Park, volcanic deserts and uninhabited stretches of coastline, such as Cabo de Gata in Almeria.

More than 18% of Andalusia's territory is protected, including three national parks: Sierra Nevada, Doñana and Sierra de las Nieves. There are also more than twenty Natural Parks, which offer a wide range of facilities for public use, such as visitor centres, recreational areas, camping areas, look-out points and shelters. In addition to these, there are other products that complete the offer in this sector, such as outdoor activities and cultural routes.

Furthermore, if what you like is to enjoy nature in a more daring way, Andalusia offers you a multitude of adventure sports for a different kind of holiday, in dreamlike landscapes. You can practise active sports on water, on land, in the air or in the snow; and if you are travelling with children you will even find companies dedicated to organising activities suitable for the little ones.

Rio Castril

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Andalusian gastronomy is a faithful reflection of what is one of the hallmarks of our land, diversity. An infinite number of flavours that have their origins in the Arab past of Al Andalus. The gastronomy of Spain's southernmost region is undoubtedly determined by its excellent climate, its long hours of sunshine and its proximity to the sea. Rain-fed crops, livestock, fishing and, above all, olive oil, make Andalusian cuisine a delight for the most demanding palates.

Andalusian cuisine is the result of the combination of Arabic cuisine, the traditional Mediterranean culture of the olive tree and grapevines, and products and condiments from America. It is an old and new recipe book, full of archaeological remains that inhabited the Andalusian lands, such as the salted fish of the Phoenicians, the olive oil and the variety of vegetables of the Romans and Arabs, the spices and dried fruits of the latter, the Jewish adafina, a type of stew today known as puchero, or the products that arrived from America.

Andalusia has 27 Designations of Origin, including the oldest in Spain, those of Malaga and Jerez-Xérès-Sherry and Manzanilla-Sanlúcar de Barrameda. In addition, there are seven Specific Designations (equivalent to Protected Geographical Indications) and 13 Vinos de la Tierra.

Olive oil, the main ingredient of the cuisine and the mainstay of the Mediterranean diet; a highly prestigious seafood cuisine, with dishes that are lightly spiced to preserve the flavour of the fish; Iberian ham or 'pata negra', which is produced especially in the province of Huelva and is distinguished with the Denomination of Origin, with areas in Sierra Morena (Córdoba), Serranía de Ronda (Málaga), in the Sierra Norte de Sevilla and in the mountains of Cádiz; or the cheeses of Andalusia and the pastries.

Andalusia's gastronomic offer is completed by quality establishments throughout the region, with new names in gastronomy that place the region on a par with the most important and renowned cuisines in the country and in Europe. Chefs in all the provinces who are an example of how to place Andalusian cuisine among the best on the continent, preserving the roots of this land's cuisine in the kitchen as a solid base for their revolutionary creations.

Bodegas Barbadillo

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At the heart of the Penibaetic system lies the Sierra Nevada, a unique place with the highest altitude ski resort in Spain and the southernmost in Europe. It is home to the highest peaks of the Iberian Peninsula, Veleta (3,394m) and Mulhacén (3,478m), only 100 kms. from the Mediterranean Sea and the Tropical Coast.

In Sierra Nevada, some 30 kilometres from the city of Granada, it is possible to find more than a hundred kilometres of skiable slopes on 115 runs and an impeccable infrastructure of ski lifts and services, which make this ski resort an incomparable place for the enjoyment of winter sports.

The Pradollano Residential area, which at 2,100 metres above sea level is the highest village in Spain, offers a whole series of complementary services for the practice of these sports.


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If golf is your passion, Andalusia is the best region in Spain for playing this game. The unbeatable climate allows you to play golf all year round. The courses are located in privileged areas, with beautiful landscapes or close to sublime beaches.

In Andalusia you will find around a hundred courses to play in all its provinces. No matter your level, there is no shortage of driving ranges, pitch and putt, 9 and 18-hole courses, as well as a wide variety of surfaces adapted to the most diverse geographical environments.

Andalusia offers a wide range of possibilities for playing sports both indoors and outdoors. National and international sporting competitions of all kinds come together in the. The available resources and infrastructures make Andalusia an ideal and privileged place for all those who wish to start up a sporting activity, whether it be competitive or for fun.

Playa Valdevaqueros

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There are a thousand ways to have fun and enjoy yourself in Andalusia. Within Andalusia's wide range of tourist attractions, leisure is also one of the main motivations for travellers when choosing Andalusia as a holiday destination.

The destination has varied leisure attractions that represent not only a complementary activity to tourism, but also one of the main attractions of the community. The diversity of factors that favour the presence of leisure parks in our region makes it possible for you to have a wide variety of them to choose from, adjusting to all tastes.

Natural spaces are enhanced by theme parks, amusement parks will allow you to experience previously unknown and thrilling sensations, while zoos, aquariums and botanical gardens will immerse you in a natural environment of direct and open contact with the animal and plant world.

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Real Escuela Ecuestre

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Andalusia is one of Spain's leading destinations for meeting tourism. Its favourable climate, the quality of its hotel facilities and the existence of a network of high-level congress and trade fair infrastructures position the region as a benchmark destination in southern Europe.

An extensive network of trade fair and congress centres, high quality hotels, unique locations, etc. A multitude of options whose configuration, infrastructures and services meet the highest demands and allow meetings to be held with a total guarantee of success. But Andalusia's extraordinary potential lies in its complementary nature and in the multiple proposals it offers to enrich your stay.

An exceptional variety of golf courses, excellent gastronomy, establishments with magnificent health and beauty treatments, leisure, culture and heritage, among many other products. In addition, it offers good value for money, with a high service level at competitive prices; and good accessibility, both through AVE high-speed train connections and international airport connections.

In addition, authenticity is one of the main values emphasised by professional incentive and convention organisers. And it is precisely authenticity that is one of Andalusia's main competitive advantages. An authenticity that, together with the quality of the facilities for events, the extraordinary diversity of the complementary activities offered and, of course, its hospitality, place Andalusia in a privileged position in the MICE sector.


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Andalusia has all the ingredients to be the ideal place to enjoy a personal health and beauty treatment. The destination has exceptional facilities and treatments for a health holiday for body and soul.

The mild Andalusian climate, the fresh mountain air and contact with the refreshing sea breeze help you to enjoy yourself while also taking care of yourself. Thermal water, mud, clay, massages, therapeutic baths, pressure jets or algae therapies are some of the main elements of spa treatments.

Visitors to Andalusia's spas will find mineral-medicinal waters, appropriate facilities for personalised treatments and specialised medical equipment. Moreover, spas generally offer treatments, therapies and relaxation systems based mainly on the water qualities.


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