The Real Andalucia is waiting to be discovered.

Step into another world.


Right on your doorstep

Ardales 

Ardales is the typical Andalusian town, steeped in a diverse and ancient history. Famous for its Almond biscuits and Olive oil cake, Ardales makes for an enjoyable few hours strolling amongst its cobbled streets.

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Ronda

Said to be the birthplace of Bull fighting, Ronda is located at the most northwest side of the province of Malaga. Set within a valley basin, the town is surrounded by beautiful mountains and panoramic landscapes.

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Recommended Day Trips

Cordoba. Just one hour by car.

Córdoba, also called Cordova in English, is the capital of the province of Córdoba. An Iberian and Roman city in ancient times, during the postclassical period, it became the capital of an Islamic caliphate. Cordoba is the perfect size for a day tour on foot, especially enjoyable is the old town, from where you can start a pleasant walk up to the famous Mosque (Mezquita), one of the largest in Europe.


Seville. Just two hours by car.

Seville, the capital of Andalusia, lies in the foothills of the Sierra Morena mountains on the banks of the Guadalquivir river, in a setting of Mediterranean vegetation and pastures. The capital, Seville is home to an architectural and artistic heritage which comprises the Cathedral, the Alcázar Arab fortress and the Indias Archive. It has been awarded the World Heritage designation by the UNESCO.

Granada. Just two hours by car.

The beautiful city of Granada is set against the backdrop of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains. Of particular interest is the old quarter, where the commercial city life spins out around the Renaissance cathedral and 19th-century boulevards. Part fortress, part palace, part water garden, the Alhambra is a pinnacle of Moorish art that encapsulates Andalusian history and is one of the great architectural sights of Europe.