Awesome Andalucia holidays 2020
With Moorish architecture, vibrant culture, and a coastline full of picturesque beaches, there’s something for everyone on holidays to Andalucia. This large, southernmost region is the birthplace of quintessential Spain – bullfighting, flamenco dancing, and even tapas had their origins here. It’s divided into eight distinct provinces, from the capital of Seville to the excellent Almeria. All eight are rich in culture and activities, so you’ll never be short of things to do in Andalucia, whether you’re visiting the Alhambra Palace in Granada, touring the Mezquita of Córdoba, or soaking up the Spanish sun on a beach in Costa de Almeria. With our top deals on flights and 7 nights holiday packages, your holiday to Andalucia 2020 can be a cheap holiday!
Andalucia at a glance
Discover the best beaches
We love Playa de Los Genoveses in Almeria & Playa La Caleta in Malaga
Sample the local food
Andalucia gave us the Gazpacho, expect plenty of Jamón serrano & Jamón ibérico too
Explore the city
Choose from Granada, Seville, Cordoba and Malaga
Lush natural wonders
White-washed villages hide amongst olive trees
Top attractions to visit
Seville Cathedral, the Alhambra Palace, the UNESCO-listed Great Mosque of Córdoba
Cultural hotspot not to miss
Head to Ronda for the cobblestone streets of La Cuidad, Museo del Bandolero & dive into Andalucian culture
Top resorts in Andalucia
Seville offers the best of Andalucia in a compact, easy-to-navigate setting that is ideal for your holiday to Spain in …from £102 pp
Roquetas de Mar
Spain is an enduringly popular destination for thousands of British holidaymakers annually, lured by the promise of stunning beaches, a …from £132 pp
If you're looking for a fun holiday in the sun, look no further than Mojacar in Almeria. With its beaches, …from £163 pp
Set in the historic Andalucia region, with the impressive Sierra Nevada as a backdrop, Granada is a city with lots …from £118 pp
Looking for a sunny beach holiday with a difference? Want to feel the sun on your skin? Not only is …from £129 pp
If you’re looking for a traditional Spanish holiday in 2020, then Almeria is the ideal destination for you. This historic …from £160 pp
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Things to do in Andalucia
Andalusian cuisine is something to get excited about. From cured meats and fried fish, to typical Spanish dishes like gazpacho and paella, there’s something on the menu to please every palate. Andalucia is the birthplace of tapas, so order a selection of small dishes from olives to mariscos and enjoy an authentic Spanish meal.
Serrano ham is a favourite of the region, and unmissable for meat lovers. Thanks to the Mediterranean diet of the locals, you can expect a tasty variety of seafood throughout your holiday in Spain – fried fish and anchovies are particularly popular, as is a dish of assorted fish called a ‘fritura malagueña’. As well as delicious dishes, Andalucia is also home to some world-famous wines, particularly the wines of Jerez de la Frontera.
Sit back and relax with a glass of Jerez sherry – the clear and dry fino is an Andalusian favourite, but Manzanilla is equally popular with wine-lovers. Plus, no Spanish holiday would be complete without a refreshing glass of sangria.
Despite its more traditional atmosphere and being home to so many historic sites, Andalucia has a lot to offer when it comes to nightlife. For a lively party scene head from Andalucia to the Costa del Sol. Costa del Sol is the place to be. This popular resort is a hub of fun-seeking holidaymakers, so you can expect clubs, bars and restaurants galore, plus plenty of boat parties throughout the day.
Just a 20-minute drive away, you’ll find stylish Marbella, the perfect place to enjoy a glamorous night out and a glass of champagne – or two! If you’re looking for more low-key ways to spend an evening, then you’ll find plenty of laid-back nightlife in Andalucia.
Enjoy an authentic Spanish night out in Granada with a live flamenco performance, and a glass of Jerez sherry. Seville is another great spot to enjoy some live entertainment, or you could head over to Cordoba for some live Spanish jazz music.
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