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Apartment for 4 people in Conil de la Frontera
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 538ft², 950yd to the beach
6 reviews
Conil de la Frontera, Cádiz Province
$56per night
Vacation house for 2 people in Pizarra, with terrace and view
1 review
Pizarra, Málaga Province
$48per night
Vacation house for 6 people in Canillas de Albaida, with view
1 review
Canillas de Albaida, Málaga Province
$45per night
Apartment for 6 people in Cordoba
83 reviews
Cordoba, Córdoba Province
$56per night
Apartment for 4 people in Cordoba
1 review
Cordoba, Córdoba Province
$46per night
Large vacation apartment for 4 people in Roquetas de Mar, with view and lake view, child-friendly
Roquetas de Mar, Costa de Almería
$45per night
Large vacation house for 11 people in Algarinejo, with view
Algarinejo, Granada Province
$80per night
Vacation house for 2 people in Algarinejo, with view, with pets
2 pers., 1 bedrooms, 441ft²
Algarinejo, Granada Province
$40per night
Vacation house for 2 people in Algarinejo, with view, with pets
2 pers., 1 bedrooms, 388ft²
Algarinejo, Granada Province
$40per night
Vacation house for 5 people in Mijas, with garden and pool
5 pers., 2 bedrooms, 366ft², 0.6mi to the beach
Mijas, Málaga Province
$131per night
Large vacation house for 10 people in Ubrique, with view and terrace, with pets
10 pers., 5 bedrooms, 1,615ft²
Ubrique, Cádiz Province
$101per night
Large vacation house for 12 people in Setenil de las Bodegas, with view and pool
12 pers., 6 bedrooms, 2,691ft²
Setenil de las Bodegas, Cádiz Province
$143per night
Vacation apartment for 4 people in Roquetas de Mar, with pets
4 pers., 1 bedrooms, 592ft², 300yd to the beach
Roquetas de Mar, Costa de Almería
$38per night
Apartment for 4 people in Malaga
4 pers., 1 bedrooms, 592ft², 1mi to the beach
3 reviews
Malaga, Málaga Province
$79per night
Villa for 4 people in Casares, with terrace and pool
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 1,475ft², 1.7mi to the beach
Casares, Málaga Province
$135per night
Apartment for 4 people in Torrox, with balcony
Torrox, Málaga Province
$49per night
Apartment for 2 people in Medina-Sidonia, with garden
2 pers., 1 bedrooms, 215ft²
70 reviews
Medina-Sidonia, Cádiz Province
$79per night
Apartment for 6 people in Almuñecar, with pool
6 pers., 3 bedrooms, 500yd to the beach
Almuñecar, Costa Tropical
$145per night
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Highlights in Andalusia

  • Worth a trip all year round
  • Eldorado for history fans
  • Very varied programme of events
  • Ideal for beach holidaymakers

Most popular in Andalusia

Pool 17,937
Internet 23,953
Pet allowed 5,475
Balcony/Terrace 19,017
TV 26,150
Air conditioning 22,243
Garden 12,492
Parking 20,948
Washing machine 25,017

Vacation rentals in Andalusia

Holidays on the Andalusian sunny coast

The 320 days of sunshine that Andalusia enjoys each year not only make the region in southern Spain one of the most popular holiday regions in Europe, but also offers a wide range of holiday accommodation in all price ranges. If you are looking for a holiday apartment, a finca or a holiday home, you will find it especially along the coasts. You will spend relaxing days in places such as Garrucha, San José, Almería, Roquetas de Mar, Málaga, Marbella and Algeciras on the Mediterranean. Alternatively you can move into a vacation rental with sea views in municipalities such as Huelva, San Fernando or Cádiz on the wild Atlantic.

A Finca in the hinterland

If you want to find your accommodation a little off the beaten track, you will find it a few kilometres inland. You will live particularly idyllically in the numerous fincas surrounded by olive and orange groves on the edge of the national parks "Los Alcornocades" and "Sierra de Grazalema", which also usually have their own pool. Alternatively, you can pitch your tents in the vicinity of Seville, Córdoba or Granada, where the proximity to the Sierra Nevada or the "Sierra de Hornachuelos" National Park allows you to comfortably combine culture and nature experiences.

Holidays in Andalusia

Travelers and Activities

Andalusia for active holidaymakers

As Andalusia enjoys sunshine practically all year round, the region is considered a Mecca for active holidaymakers. While water sports enthusiasts enjoy surfing and kiting from spring to autumn, paragliders take advantage of the sea winds that blow into the Sierra de Lijar to experience the beauty of Andalusia from a bird's eye view. As soon as the summer heat has evaporated and it begins to get uncomfortable in the rest of Europe, the season starts for hikers and cyclists who explore the national parks and the challenging mountain roads in pleasant temperatures. Alternatively, the region can also be explored on horseback as part of a guided tour, which fully lives up to Andalusia's reputation as the equivalent of the "Wild West" of the USA.

Culture and history to touch

Andalusia's location on the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean made it a sought-after region thousands of years ago, where Phoenicians, Romans and Moors, among others, left their mark. History lovers go on a discovery tour through the millennia and visit famous sights such as the Alhambra, the Mezquita Mosque in Córdoba, the tomb of Columbus in Seville, the "White Village" Casares or the oldest city in Europe - Cádiz. Very worth seeing is the exceptionally well preserved Roman city of Baelo Claudia and the "Puente Nuevo", which bridges the 120 meter deep "El Tajo" gorge and connects the old town and the new town of Ronda.

Sunset in Almeria
Sunset in Almeria

Things to know

Best travel time

The climatic and scenic diversity makes Andalusia an interesting destination all year round. While winter refugees from cold Central Europe, active holidaymakers and cultural tourists feel at home from October to May, bathing holidaymakers are attracted to the Andalusian Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts between June and September by temperatures far beyond the 30 degrees mark. However, holidaymakers should book their vacation rental for the high season as early as possible. Would you like to try something completely new and spend your skiing holiday somewhere completely different? Then don't travel to the Alps between December and March, but to the Sierra Nevada, where numerous ski resorts offer winter fun for the whole family.

Regular events

As Andalusia is in season all year round, the region has a full calendar of events. The starting shot will be fired in January with the celebrations for the day of the reconquest of Granada from the Moors. In February we continue with the Carnival in Cádiz, the Flamenco Festival in Jerez and the Andalusia Tour. Other highlights include the Riogordo Passion Play in April, the Córdoba Flower Festival in May, the San Juan Fiesta in June, the Marbella Arts Festival in July and the Sanlúcar Horse Race. Also in autumn, the ham festival of Aracena in October and the Ibero-American film festival in Huelva are further highlights for culture lovers.

Andalusia is the only Mediterranean region that has a real rainforest.
The old town of Seville from above
The old town of Seville from above

Top 5 travel tips

In the footsteps of the Moors

The red Alhambra fortress, enthroned high up on the Sabikah hill, is one of the best preserved buildings from the Moorish occupation of Spain. Explore the citadel worth seeing, the gardens surrounded by myrtle hedges and the magnificent fountains and baths on the grounds and let yourself be taken back in time.

Andalusian cuisine

Andalusia is famous for its simple yet very tasty cuisine. In addition to the famous cold tomato soup "Gazpacho" and the fried dough curls "Churros" you should definitely try the sardines cooked on the beach over a charcoal fire as well as the almost endless selection of tapas. A genuine Andalusian sherry, originally named after the city of Jerez, completes the picture.

Down into the Cueva de Nerja

Adventurous holidaymakers will embark on an unforgettable journey into the legendary stalactite caves beneath the city, just one kilometre from the coast of the town of Nerja. Inside you will find fascinating stalactite formations, Stone Age graves, cave paintings dating back thousands of years and the highest natural stone column in the world, 45 metres high.

Visiting Mini-Hollywood

The landscape is not only reminiscent of the "Wild West" of the USA, but even houses its own Hollywood in mini format. Especially friends of western and adventure films should visit the Oasys amusement park near Almeria. On location, you can explore the backdrops of world-famous films such as "Play me the Song of Death", "The Shoe of Manitu" and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" on your own.

Excursion to the Pillars of Heracles

Those who have booked a holiday house or a apartment in the south of Andalusia should make a detour to the neighbouring Gibraltar and have a view to the African mainland from the top of the striking rock.