Andalusia offers you many sites and attractions from its Moorish past, such as the world-famous Alhambra, Generalife and Albayzín in Granada and the Moorish palace of the Alcazar in Seville. Both are UNESCO World Heritage sites. The Mezquita of Córdoba, a mosque with 860 magnificent marble columns is also very impressive. In addition, there is the oldest bullring in Spain at Ronda and the prehistoric dolmen (tombs/caves) in Antequera which are some of the largest Neolithic tombs in Europe, since 2016 as well UNESCO World Herritage sites.

El Torcal

The El Torcal de Antequera Natural Park has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2016. It is the most impressive karst landscape in Europe with fantastic rock formations that was pushed out of the sea floor about 150 million years ago. Two circular hiking trails "Ruta Verde" and "Ruta Amarilla" allow the visitor to explore the diverse vegetation, the geological rock formations and the fauna.

Caminito del Rey

The royal path Caminito del Rey meanders along the walls of the El Chorro gorge. This impressive passage, halfway between heaven and earth, was built in the early 19th century to allow workers to get inside the gorge and carry out the construction of the railroad. What used to be an official route was later renamed Caminito del Rey, the royal route, after Alfonso XIII inaugurated it in May 1921. Please book early.

Antequera mit den Dolmen

Antequera, with its magnificent monuments, is the result of its historical past, dated between the Bronze Age and XVIII. Century. Visitors can find palaces, monasteries, mansions, churches and archways everywhere in the old town and the well-preserved Moorish fortress Alcazaba with its city wall in the upper old part of the town. In 2016, the three prehistoric dolmens Menga, Viera and Romeral were recorded as UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage together with the nature reserves, the unique rock formation La Peña de los Enamorados (Rock of Lovers) and the karst mountains El Torcal de Antequera. The dolmens are among the best preserved megalithic sites in Europe, which were intended for cultural rituals and burials.

Antequera Golf

Just a few minutes by car from us is a spectacular 18-hole course in the middle of a beautiful landscape with a view of the El Torcal Natural Park. The golf course is over 6000 meters long. Characterized by the diversity of the native vegetation with olive trees, holm oaks, rosemary, thyme, lavender, it presents a varied topography in which the golfer can enjoy a number of sophisticated options. There is a golf shop, an illuminated practice course with driving and you can sit on the terrace of the bar and restaurant.


Granada is the highlight of every trip to Andalusia, with the main attraction in general, the world-famous Moorish Royal Palace, Alhambra. UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many courtyards are grouped together, colonnades connect gardens with water features. In the middle is the Patio de los Leones with the fountain carried by 12 lions. Filigree ceramic works, stucco arabesques, columns, ornamentation of indescribable beauty can be admired here. In addition, the gardens and the Generalife with its water features. A walk through the old town of Granada is worthwhile and from the higher old district of Albaicín the breathtaking view of the red Alhambra and the Sierra Nevada inspires.
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Cordoba, former capital of Arab Spain, located on the Guadalquivir River, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is a piece of history and art in every alley and corner. The landmark is its Mezquita, mosque, with its 860 magnificent marble columns, a unique work and evidence of the glamorous caliphate. In addition, the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Puente Romano bridge and the Albolafia, the Torre de la Calahorra. A stroll through the Jewish quarter, the Judería, with the famous courtyards, the patios Cordobas, and the handicrafts is full of magic. Make Cordoba one of the most historic and beautiful in Spain.


Malaga, on the Costa del Sol coast, is a lively city with a large interesting old town and lots of places with cafes and bars to stay. The promenade at the port of Muelle Uno invites you to stroll. There are numerous restaurants with a fantastic view - especially in the evening - of the cityscape of Málaga with the Arabic castle Alcazaba and the castle complex the Castillo de Gibralfaro. Art lovers will enjoy the Picasso Museum, the artist Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, as well as the Carmen Thyssen Museum or the modern Center Pompidou Museum.


The Puente Nuevo bridge over the Tagus gorge, together with the oldest bullring in Spain, is the symbol and soul of the city. This masterpiece is 98 meters high and connects the modern with the old district. Ronda is considered the cradle of bullfighting. Here the rules that are still valid today were laid down. In the remarkable bullfighting museum, posters, photos, swords and suits of the famous bullfighters are exhibited. You can also find photos of Ernest Hemingway, one of the biggest bullfighting fans. In the narrow streets you walk past numerous palaces, such as the Palacio de Mondragón, Palacio de Salvatierra. Some of them are open for visits and others are still inhabited by the noble families.


Seville, capital of Andalusia, Roman, Arabic, Renaissance, Baroque, American, flamenco, bullfighting, modern, festive, illuminated, fragrant, nautical, traditional, hospitable, graceful, cosmopolitan, religious city ... All these adjectives and much more could be ascribed to this city. It would be impossible to find such varied and unique monuments and places of great beauty anywhere else, such as the former minarets the Giralda, the cathedral, the magnificent royal palace Reales Alcázares, the Torre del Oro, the inner courtyard Patio de los Naranjos, the spacious Plaza de España and much more. Seville, one of the most universal, famous and sought after cities in the world.