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Andalucía

Embracing the stereotype

If there’s a stereotype of Spain, it’s here in Andalucía: dancing horses, flamenco, sherry barrels, orange blossom, guitars, hot sun, endless olive groves, hanging hams and bullrings. And they are all here, not preserved in aspic but actually part of every day life. And there’s far, far more to Andalucía, a place where north African and European cultures have merged to create some of the great buildings of our continent as well as a deliciously colourful, unruly and exotic culture living in a landscape with more protected areas than any other part of Spain.

Feefo gold

White-washed villages, chestnut forests, ibérico pigs roaming free and simply delicious food on this self-guided walk through the lovely but little visited Sierra de Aracena.

Take me there »

From the deserts and beaches of the Cabo de Gata to the high hills of Aracena, via the great cities of Granada and Seville, this self-guided trip lets you see it all with the help of occasional days with our superb local guides and hosts.

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Book Subscribe to The Pothole » Almonaster with its church, white washed houses and bull ring Walking along the shaded  paths of Alajar in the Aracena hills The stunning Alhambra palace, highlight of Granada