Málaga is a lively city centred around a busy port Muele Uno. The old town is a maze of narrow carfree streets, historical buildings and typical Tavernas. The Cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Picasso Museum are all well worth a visit. The new town has many bars, restaurants and some great shopping.
Bobastro – Mesas de Villaverde
The history of this village, nowadays ruins, goes back to 880 b.C. The time Andalucia was controlled by the Moors. The church, carved out of rocks is the highlight. You can wander around this relatively untouched and undiscovered area and find caves that used to be dwellings and see structures that could have been defensive walls.
This might not be the most famous city in Andalucia, but with its mediaeval appareance nice to visit. The highlights, just located outside Antequera are the ancient megalithic tombs, a UNESCO worldheritage place. The tombs are more than 5000 years old.
This city is most famous for the Alhambra palaces and gardens, offers an insight into Spain’s Moorish heritage. The pedestrian innercity invites to lose one’s way in the narrow alleys which looks like African souks.
A beautifull cardrive through the Sierra las Nieves takes you to Ronda. With its spectacular bridge over the river connecting the medieval and 18th century parts of the town is worthwhile.
In this city Morish influences are visible. The Mezquita is one of the most magnificent of all Islamic buildings with its spectacular rows of arches in red brick and white stone. What also makes Córdoba attractive are the many authentic tapasbars. Although a tapas is meant as a snack it is lovely going from one bar to the other and enjoy your dinner with tapas.
Not a big city, but no less special is this typical Andalucian white mountainvillage. You have to share it with lots of other tourists, but its worth to stroll around the narrow streets and enjoy the beautiful view on the mediterrean sea.
The capital of Andalucia, lies west of Finca Las Nuevas, it is one of the most romantic cities in Spain and offers a wonderful world of fiestas, flamenco, ancient streets lined with orange trees, the beautiful Alcázar palace and a good choice of restaurants and shops.