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The 2051 most demanded holiday rentals in Andalusia
Are you looking for holiday homes in Andalucia? Take a look at this selection of villas and holiday rentals in the south of Spain. They have different features, to meet everyone’s desire: with private pool, Jacuzzi, WiFi, pool table, ping-pong table, soccer table, pet-friendly, near the beach or in the mountains. Choose the one you like the most!
Andalucia: relaxation and culture
The holiday homes in Andalucia are ideal for relaxing. Once you step a foot in your holiday rental, you will feel at home. You will enjoy waking up to some breathtaking views, which will turn you into the main protagonist of dream holidays.
Andalucia is home to Flamenco and traditions, and it’s composed of eight provinces: Malaga, Granada, Cadiz, Cordoba, Almeria, Seville, Huelva and Jaen.
The Andalusian regions and their features
You will be surprised once you discover all its secrets. Andalucia is history, culture and art, springing from every corner. Choose among the Andalusian regions the one you like the most to spend your holidays in the south of Spain.
· Malaga, the capital city of the Costa del Sol
Malaga is undoubtedly the holiday destination par excellence in southern Spain. Being the capital city of the Costa del Sol, it enjoys a wide range of landscapes so that you can choose the one that meets your desires. From the region of Axarquia, famous for its quaint white towns and the closeness to the sea, to the Serranía de Ronda, where you can go hiking and fall in love with the famous Tajo.
Travel to the region of Antequera to stay in the crossroads of Andalucia, discover the Sierra de las Nieves and its appealing nature, or move through the towns in the northern area of the province, in Nororma. And if you’re looking for a home near the capital city, take a look at the holiday rentals in the Valle del Guadalhorce: you will be gladly surprised by their comforts and closeness to the landmarks of Malaga.
· The most different holiday rentals in Cadiz
If the Bahía de Cádiz, where the capital city stands out, is lovely, La Janda doesn’t lag behind either. And if you rent a holiday home on the Costa de la Luz and the Costa Noroeste, at the border of Cadiz with Huelva, you will also enjoy its favourable climatic conditions, by relaxing during the cool nights and sunbathe during the day. Choose the infinite possibilities offered in the Sierra de Cádiz, where the rural rentals mix with the grandest villas, to make you fall in love with the Route of White Towns and its magnificent landscape. If you love doing sports and having a good glass of wine, don’t miss out on the Campiña de Jerez and the Campo de Gibraltar, in whose region the precious Tarifa and the beaches of San Roque stand out.
· Huelva, sea and mountains
If you travel to Huelva, two separate options, the sea and the mountains, let you enjoy the province, both featuring a delicious cuisine. Prawns and seafood of the Costa Occidental close to Portugal are incredibly famous, as well as the renowned hams of the Sierra de Aracena. And if you can’t make up your mind, choose one of the huge houses around the capital city, to be within a stone’s throw from Huelva and its port. Lastly, El Condado, if you don’t want to be too far from Seville and its province.
· Majestic Cordoba and its splendid palaces
The Cordovan province, divided by the river Guadalquivir and its region of Valle Medio, relies on the heavenly Subbética area, which reaches out to the Campiña Sur, home to delicious wines. If you want to have a deeper knowledge of the province, rent a holiday home in the Valle del Guadiato and make the most of the closeness to the Caliphs’ city. And, of course, you can’t miss out on the splendid surroundings of Los Pedroches to complete your visit to the province of Cordoba.
· The olive yards and nature in Jaen
To think about Jaen is to think of acres and acres of olive yards, although the spacious soil of the Jaen sierra has many more areas that are worth visiting; among them, the Sierra de Cazorla and its natural park, the Sierra de Segura in the East and Las Villas as the cherry on the pie. And even so, there is still plenty of places to discover in the province of Jaen: the Sierra Sur, which borders with the provinces of Cordoba and Granada, and the Sierra Mágina, featuring a spectacular natural park. Lastly, if you prefer to immerse yourself in the culture, La Loma is your destination, where you can get lost in the corners of spectacular towns such as Ubeda and Baeza, both declared Unesco World Heritage Sites.
· Granada, the place of contrasts between beaches and snow
The dichotomy and contrasts that characterise Andalucia are especially pronounced in the province of Granada. Do you want snow and mountains? Travel to the Sierra Nevada and the Alpujarras Granadinas, with its marvellous towns in the snow-capped mountains. Would you rather sunbathe on the beach? The Costa Tropical is just a few miles away and, there, you can make the most of the coastal towns, Salobreña above all. The most north area welcomes the region of Guadix and that of Huéscar, famous for its peculiar cuisine of migas, cold meats and delicious Christmas sweets.
The west part of the province of Granada offers charming towns, such as Montefrío in the region of Loja, whereas, in the area of Alhama, you will have both the Tropical Coast and the Costa del Sol at hand. Lastly, the central Vega de Granada and Valle de Lecrín, whose impressive holiday rentals will provide you with the relaxation you are looking for during your holidays in Granada.
· Seville, the capital city of Andalucia
The most populated province of Andalucia is also home to the capital city and, of course, it relies on a wide offer of holiday homes. To enjoy the charms of Seville, choose one of the palaces and impressive villas in its metropolitan area and the nearby region of Aljarafe. East of the capital, two campiñas stand out, that of Seville and that that englobes Morón and Marchena, where you will find spacious homes, ideal for families and groups. If you’re interested in large villas surrounded by nature, give a chance to the Sierra Norte, the Sierra Sur, the Vega Alta and the Vega del Guadalquivir. The holiday rentals in the Sevillan province are completed by the wide selection of the family-friendly villas in the region of Bajo Guadalquivir.
· Almeria and its virgin nature
The most eastern province in Andalucia mostly welcomes an unspoilt landscape, with impressive cliffs and beaches that will leave you speechless, both in the Levante Almeriense and in the Poniente Almeriense. In case you prefer a more peculiar landscape, consider Los Filabres, with its Tabernas desert, known as Europe’s driest area. In the north of the province, you will find the region of Los Vélez and the Valle del Almanzora, the latter featuring vast marble quarries and developed industries. Lastly, the neuralgic point of the province is set in the Metropolitan area of the capital. Almeria is definitely a must-see in Andalucia.
Tourism throughout Andalucia
Thanks to our holiday rentals, you can enjoy rural tourism in Andalucia like never before, as you do what you have always wanted to and recharge your energies. You will discover the precious Andalusian destinations, in the city, on the coast or inland, and you will be charmed by their variety.
If you want to spend the best holidays, doubt no more and come to Andalucia. We will provide you with everything you need to enjoy your well-deserved relaxation with your family, friends and pets.
The Andalusian coasts, an impregnable shelter
You may already know that one of the most attractive landmarks in Andalucia is its 800-km worthy of beaches. Divided among five provinces, the coasts meet the needs of those who travel to the south of Spain. There is the Costa del Sol, maybe the most famous and most attended by tourists from the whole world, and the Costa de la Luz, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and its tall waves, the heaven of surfers. Granada relies on virgin beaches, which compose the Tropical Coast, whereas, in the Coast of Almeria, you will find breathtaking natural parks and Caribbean-like shores. And, lastly, don’t miss out on the Zona Occidental of Huelva, whose coast extends for miles, until it touches the coasts of Portugal.
How to get to Andalucia
To enjoy your well-earned holidays at best and discover the splendid hideouts of the south of Spain, you can travel to the airports of Malaga-Costa del Sol (Spain’s fourth-biggest airport) and Seville-San Pablo. Granada, Almeria and Jerez de la Frontera each rely on an airport, too, to go and come back to Andalucia whenever you want.
The main cities are connected by train (which includes AVE, the high-speed trains) or buses that run daily. You can reach Seville from Malaga and pass through Cordoba by train, travel to Granada by bus and move freely around the region by car.
We guarantee a great experience and, by the end of your stay in one of the fabulous villas and holiday homes in Andalucia, you won’t want to leave the south of Spain.