Southern Spain - no such thing

From the magnificent architecture and winding streets of the old city of Seville and the hill towns surrounding Ronda dramatic the lovely seaside city of Malaga, southern Spain (known by the name of Andalusia) is a rich mixture of natural pleasures and wonders of man. With the heat captivating, you're likely to feel an atmosphere inviting in southern Spain throughout the year.

The best way to reach southern Spain is to fly to the capital of Andalusia, Seville. The enchanting city originally planned to confuse the invaders tried to conquer the city. It is said that the invaders kept wandering the winding streets of the city absorb the perfect joy. Tapas The city is difficult to achieve and the night begins to attract the larvae move like a restaurant the other rather than to stagnate. Attracting the most amazing you can find in Seville, the cathedral is that it is adjacent to the famous Giralda Tower. This cathedral is extravagantly decorated with a large quantity of gold every nook and neighbors Tower is the tallest building ever built in the world before 1184.

Seville, you can move south to Jerez (de la Frontera). This medium sized town is far more famous as the birthplace of sherry. The place also houses a number of "bodegas" sherry (wine cellars). You must stop at the School of Equestrian Art, a place where training sessions and colorful equestrian shows can hypnotize you.

Your next stop should be Cadiz, which is a short drive south on wild Atlantic coast of Andalucia. The city is known for serving a delicious range of seafood Many monuments and plaza, as the demand for gold dome that took about a century to do, worth a detour.

Cadiz, you must clear a path to Arcos de la Frontera, which is north. With the town is known for its dorsal catchy. The town is worth spending a night and offers a lot of things you can see. A captivating castle and a Gothic church are among the few attractions. Your next travel destination if you travel north-eastern town of Ronda is known for major attractions, including the remains of Roman origin. A busy shopping street and fabulous arenas not to be missed.

Your last step should be that Malaga is a beautiful seaside town and is known for the Moorish influence it. Among the various attractions of the Picasso Museum Home is worth seeing.


Hotel in Granada said...

You should have made it to Granada! The Alhambra palace is an absolute must, as well as the splendid Albaicín, the Cathedral or the flamenco shows in the caves in the Sacromonte! Not to mention the tapas bars, the amazing ski resort of Sierra Nevada or the quiet beaches of Almuñecar.

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