Holiday Homes Cordoba
The best holiday homes in Cordoba. 103 holiday rentals to enjoy a unique stay in Cordoba, with the guarantee and security of Ruralidays.
The 103 most demanded holiday rentals in Cordoba
Are you looking for the perfect place for your Andalusian holidays, near the quaint city of Cordoba? We’ve got you covered with our selection of holiday rentals for an unforgettable stay. We provide a wide offer of holiday homes in Cordoba and dream holidays that will meet all your criteria.
Wide offer of holiday rentals
What stands out the most in the varied offer of houses on the outskirts of Cordoba is the spacious outdoor areas, where you can do open-air activities. Fantastic villas surrounded by olive yards, dream holiday homes with impressive panoramic views, houses in the middle of lush vegetation, rentals with picturesque patios, rustic-style properties and huge country houses. Find what you are looking for and spend your dream holidays on the outskirts of Cordoba.
Fabulous villas with private pool
The warm province of Cordoba relies on several villas with private pool for you to rejoice in the Andalusian weather in the best way possible. You will be able to refresh in the swimming pool’s waters in the shade of the olive trees and fall in love with the fabulous mountain views that surround you. Enjoy the quietness provided by the setting of these country rentals. Besides, many villas are equipped with Jacuzzi and leisure areas, where the whole family can relax.
The splendid white towns in the province of Cordoba
The region offers several appealing areas, which include the historic city of Cordoba and the surrounding white towns. Near the city, you can find true paradises and villages rich in history and culture.
The region of Valle Medio del Guadalquivir welcomes charming towns such as Hornachuelos and its spectacular Natural Park; in the Subbética cordobesa region, you will find the quaint town of Priego de Córdoba. Rute, Almodóvar del Río and Montilla, with its delicious cuisine and famous wines, are also part of the Cordovan province, and especially of the Campiña Sur.
You will fall in love with the province of Cordoba for the charming churches, narrow streets and quaint squares, accompanied by the kindness of its inhabitants and the deliciousness of its cuisine.
Cordoba, the Caliphs’ city
Cordoba is rich in history and features a religious and cultural mix, which makes the city one of Spain’s must-sees.
The symbol of the city is the impressive, worth-visiting Mosque-Cathedral that attracts tourists from all over the world. The colourful patios are another symbol of the city: if you are lucky enough to travel to Cordoba during the Fair, you will soak up the local culture and the atmosphere provided by the streets filled with flowers, music and dances. Stroll along the streets of Cordoba, visit the colourful-flower-pot patios, meet locals who will be proud to show you the most cared-for patios. Visit the Palace of La Merced, the Plaza de la Corredera, the Synagogue and the Alcazar de Los Reyes Cristianos, lean out the Roman Bridge and enjoy your holidays in the marvellous Cordoba.
Your holiday rental in Cordoba
Now that you know everything you needed to know about your trip to Cordoba, it’s time to book a holiday rental. Make the most of the closeness of Cordoba to other southern-Spain cities to discover several other places. And, of course, relax in a fabulous villa with private pool in the province of Cordoba. Pack up your things, Cordoba and its charm are waiting for you!
The most interesting areas in Cordoba
Frequently asked questions about Cordoba
How much does a stay in a Cordoba holiday home cost?
Staying in a holiday home in Cordoba costs on average €29 p.p./per night. Depending on the season, prices can range from €12 p.p./per night in March to €46 p.p./per night in December.
What are the most affordable towns in the province of Cordoba?
The cheapest places to rent a holiday home in the province of Cordoba are Palenciana and Rute.
Which holiday homes in Cordoba are recommended for families?
The best homes in Cordoba if you're travelling with family are:
- Huge villa with spacious outdoors - ideal for groups
- Light-filled holiday home with modern furniture and panoramic views
This selection is based on the feedback of other holidaymakers, in particular families with children. You can find more feedback by filtering by 'Type of traveller' on our website.
Which are the best holiday homes in Cordoba?
The best holiday homes in Cordoba are:
- Fantastic villa with a beautiful garden full of olive trees
- House with exquisite decoration, surrounded by nature
- Huge villa with spacious outdoors - ideal for groups
To see more feedback on holiday homes in Cordoba, order by 'Number of comments' and filter by 'Rating' above 9.
What is there to see in Cordoba?
In the old town of Cordoba, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in its entirety, you can visit the Mezquita-Cathedral, the Roman Bridge and the Tower of Calahorra, the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Jewish Quarter, and the Plaza de la Corredera. In this link, you’ll find a culture trail of Cordoba so that you don't miss a thing.
How do you get to Cordoba?
Even though Cordoba is not provided with an airport, it’s very well connected with the rest of Andalucia and Spain, thanks to its geographic location. The closest airports are those of Seville and Malaga, from which you can reach the Cordovan capital city.
The roads easily connect the cities if you have a car at your disposal; if you’d rather travel by bus, you can take a look at the webpages of the company that provide this service.
Another solution that you can keep in mind is travelling by train: the AVE (High-speed trains) connects Cordoba with Malaga and Seville.
When is best to visit Cordoba?
The ideal time of year to visit Cordoba is in spring, May in particular. During this month, in fact, Cordoba celebrates its most famous time of year, with the Feria/ Fair and the Festival de los Patios/ Courtyards’ Festival. Find out when to travel to Cordoba with Ruralidays.
What's the weather like in Cordoba?
Winters in Cordoba are usually mild while summers are hot, although it tends to be cooler at night. In spring and autumn, temperatures are mild, meaning you can fully enjoy your stay in the province.