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Andalucia places to visit and attractions

Below you can explore some of the most popular highlights and places of interest in the Andalucia region. See also our Andalucia travel guide.

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Alcazar of Seville

The Alcazar is a collection of Moorish palaces and beautiful gardens. It was used in the filming of Game of Thrones.
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Alhambra Palace

The Alhambra Palace is the most popular attraction in Spain and is a beautiful Moorish complex of palaces and gardens.
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Almeria

Almeria is home to the largest fortress built in Spain by the Moors, the Alcazaba.
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Almodovar del Rio

Almodovar del Rio is most visited for its castle, the Castillo de Almodovar which featured in the 7th Game of Thrones series.
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Arcos de la Frontera

Arcos de la Frontera is one of Spain's most beautiful villages. It is one of the famous 'white villages'.
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Baeza

Baeza is a beautiful town with fine Renaissance architecture. It is on the edge of one of Spain's finest National Parks.
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Cadiz

Cadiz is Europe's oldest city. It has a lovely sea front, old town and gardens and a splendid cathedral.
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Carmona

Carmona is a pretty town with an Alcazar and a Dominican monestry that is now a market place.
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Casa de Pilatos

The Casa de Pilatos is a 16th century palace and gardens in Seville. It is Moorish in style and has two courtyard gardens.
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Casares

Casares, in the Malaga province, is one of the most beautiful villages of Spain.
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Cordoba

Cordoba is home to the Mezquita, the most beautiful of all the Mosques constructed by the Moors in Spain
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El Rocio

El Rocio is one of Spain's most beautiful villages and home of the colourful Romeria del Rocio annual pilgrimage.
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Granada

Granada is the home of the fabulous Alhambra and Genaralife. These should be on everyone's bucketlist!
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Guadix

Guadix is a city with a troglodyte area near to Granada. It is fascinating to visit and many are still lived in.
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Italica

Roman ruins including a vast amphitheatre and the ruins of several villas with their mosaic floors can be seen here in Italica.
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Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez is the capital of sherry production and home to the Real Escuela Andaluza de Arte Ecuestre or the Royal Andalucian School of Equestrian Art.
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Malaga

Malaga is the birthplace of Picasso and third biggest city in Andalusia. The old town has a number of attractions worth visiting.
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Marbella

Marbella is a chic resort on the Costa del Sol. It became popular in the 60s and is enjoying a resurgence.
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Metropol Parasol

The Seville Metropol is an amazing modern structure in the heart of Seville. Not only great looking but you can walk on the top of it and get some great views.
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Mezquita of Cordoba

The Mezquita of Cordoba is one of the most beautiful mosques in the world and is considered one of the top treasures of Spain.
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Nerja Caves

The Caves of Nerja is a huge cave system and home to the largest stalagmite in the world.
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Osuna

Osuna has lots of Baroque houses and a bullring made famous by Game of Thrones.
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Puerto-Banus

Puerto-Banus is a chic resort with a luxury Marina and designer boutiques. It is very popular with the rich and famous!
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Ronda

Ronda and the "White Towns". Ronda is a spectacular town which sits on top of a rocky outcrop and straddles a huge gorge.
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Seville

Seville is one of Spain's most beautiful and vibrant cities and birthplace of the Flamenco.
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Seville - Giralda

The Giralda tower is Seville's iconic bell tower with great views from the top. It is a huge ramp to the top rather than steps and so relatively easy to climb.
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Seville - More Places to Visit

More places to visit in the fabulous town of Seville. Seville is packed with places worth visiting.
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Seville - Plaza de Espana

The Plaza de Espana in Seville was built for the 1928 World Fair this fabulous building is a favourite with locals and tourists alike.
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Seville Bullring

Seville bullring is a beautiful building and one of the oldest bullrings in the world.
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Seville Cathedral

Seville is home to the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Seville cathedral is well worth visiting.
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Seville- El Arenal

El Arenal is the riverside district of Seville and home to Seville's bullring. This is a quieter part of Seville and nice for a riverside walk.
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Seville-Barrio Santa Cruz

Seville's Barrio-Santa-Cruz area is the most beautiful quarter of Seville and home to many of its monuments. This area is very vibrant and packed with great tapas bars.
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Ubeda

Ubeda has a fabulous Renaissance square and lots of Renaissance buildings. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Zuheros

Zuheros is one of the pretty 'white villages' of Andalucia. The ruins of the Castle of Zuheros are in the village.
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