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Visiting Andalusia’s impressive White Villages is one of the things you must do if you love active tourism. Engage in a route in the inland of Andalusia and discover the charming, whitewashed towns that gleam under the sunshine.

Our blog about the White Villages in Andalusia provides you with detailed information about what to do, what to see and the possible routes to engage in while visiting these marvellous towns.

Cordoba Train Station

Cordoba Train Station helps connecting the capital city of Cordoba and the province with the rest of Andalucia and Spain. Discover its characteristics.   Cordoba Train station doesn’t own a proper name, in contrast with Malaga – María Zambrano and Seville Santa Justa.  It was inaugurated in 1994, when it substituted the station of Cordoba Central,…

What to see in Montefrío

Montefrío lets you discover its history, cuisine and impressive landscapes. Fall in love with its charm thanks to Ruralidays.  Montefrío is a 4,000-inhabitant town in the province of Granada; in its area, it concentrates an impressive architectonic richness, besides rejoicing in a mild climate with ideal temperatures and moderate rainfalls. As if this weren’t enough,…

Seville – Santa Justa Train Station

The Seville – Santa Justa train station is Andalucia’s main train station. Discover its characteristics and most important destinations.  Santa Justa is Spain’s third train station for number of passengers, following Madrid’s Atocha and Barcelona’s Sants. It was inaugurated in 1991, to provide the city with a new high-speed railway line that connected Andalucia with…

Malaga – Maria Zambrano Train Station

The Malaga – Maria Zambrano Train Station is another way for the city to be connected  with the rest of Spain. Discover its characteristics. The Malaga train station is Andalucia’s second train station for the number of passengers, after that of Seville.  The original station was inaugurated in 1862 by Queen Isabel II, under the…

What to visit in Ardales (Malaga)

Fall in love with Ardales, its closeness to the Caminito del Rey and its famous Cave. Ruralidays offers you all the info for you to enjoy the best getaway Ardales is located at the crossroads of three regions of Malaga: the region of Antequera, the region of Ronda and the Guadalhorce Valley. Being a transition…

What to do in Torrox (Malaga)

If you’re looking for a getaway, Torrox is the best choice: its fairs, beaches and monuments will make you discover the authentic Andalusian culture. Go for it! Torrox belongs to the region of the Axarquía. The mild climate conditions and the warm welcome you will receive, make this place an exceptional holiday destination, so much…

What to see and What to do in Guaro - View of the town

What to see in Guaro

Guaro is one of the most charming white towns in Malaga. Keep reading to discover what to see in Guaro and make the most of your getaway. This precious town, characterised by whitewashed streets and picturesque houses, is located on the Route of the White Villages of Andalucia, which includes several of the towns in…

What to see and What to do in Competa (Malaga)

If you’re thinking about visiting the region of Axarquía, you shouldn’t miss out on Competa. Discover with Ruralidays what to do in Competa during your getaway. The province of Malaga is renowned, besides the beaches and favourable weather conditions, because of the quaint White Towns that are spread on its hills. Among them, the lovely…

What to do and what to see in Orgiva (Granada)

If you’re asking yourself what to do and what to see in Orgiva, you should keep reading this post, and this relatively small town in the Alpujarras of Granada won’t be a mystery anymore. Orgiva is set at the feet of the Sierra de Lújar and the National Park of Sierra Nevada, in the Valley…

What to do and what to see in Fuengirola (Malaga)

Fuengirola is one of the most demanded holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol. Discover its festivals, monuments and beaches and discover its beauties. With its 8-km seashore, Fuengirola owns the longest stretch of beaches in the province of Malaga. This attracts a high number of tourists each year, which brings to the multiplication of…

What to do and what to see in Marbella (Malaga)

Are you thinking about visiting the Costa del Sol? Do you want to know what to do and what to see in Marbella? Then keep reading! Belonging to West Costa del Sol, Marbella is Malaga province’s second most inhabited city. It is known to be one of the most popular and glamorous destinations in the…

What to do and what to see in Benalmádena (Malaga)

If you are looking for a place to go on holidays with the whole family, know that the Costa del Sol offers several towns that are worth a visit. In this post, we are providing you with useful information about what to do and what to see in Benalmádena. The municipality of Benalmádena, where almost-60,000…