Andalucia Roadtrip.

Andalucia is the Spain of the imagination, a dreamy, sun-kissed land where passion, poetry, and drama collide. Fearless matadors, fabulous festivals, and foot-stomping flamenco symbolize this emblematic region. Whispering the legacy of a bygone era, crumbling Moorish castles and old Jewish quarters have a subtle seduction.

Ancient mosques and synagogues were replaced with Christian churches after the Reconquest, but the romance of the past remains. Look for swirling Arabesque patterns in Islamic architecture and listen for melancholy notes of Gypsy soul in the strumming of Spanish guitar.

Stroll the enchanting cobblestone streets and bask in courtyards filled with fragrant orange trees. Andalusia is a place of contrasts: snowcapped mountains, lush green river valleys, and wild gorges – stunning backdrops for amazing sights.

From the glorious cathedral of Seville to the magnificent Alhambra palaces in Granada and the Great Mosque of Córdoba, Andalusia has some of the most thrilling monuments in the world.

To help you plan your Andalucia Roadtrip.

Proximity to towns :
10 min. to Casares, 20 min. to Estepona, 30 min. to Marbella, 45 min to Gibraltar, 60 min to Malaga, 1 hrs to Ronda, 2.5 hrs to Sevilla, 2 hrs to Granada, 2.5 hrs Cordoba

Proximity to Sights:
Whitewash village of Casares: 10 min
Beaches : 20 min.
Golf courses : 15 min.
Rock of Gibraltar : 45 min.
Sierra Nevada: 3 hrs
The Alhambra Palace in Granada: 2 hrs
The bridge Puente nuevo in Ronda: 1 hrs
The monuments of Sevilla: 2.5 hrs
The old city of Malaga: 60 min.
Port Banus in Marbella 30 min.
A bodega in Jerez: 1.5 hrs
La Mezquita in Cordoba: 2.5 hrs