Cities

Caminito del Rey (30 min)

Caminito del Rey is one of the most spectacular and treacherous hiking routes you can do on planet earth. Lonely planet has rated it as one of 2015 best tourist attractions. Caminito del Rey will be open to the public again in February 2015, after a multi-million euro health and safety makeover. This is a must […]

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Alora (21 min)

We are very fond of Alora and think the little white authentic Spanish town is amazing. The white buildings are built very close together, or you could say right next to each other in the narrow steep streets. Spaniards are hospitable and friendly. You may want to start a sentence with a Spanish word or […]

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Antequera (45 min)

Antequera is a city with a long history dating back to the year 716AD and on the outskirts lies two graves from the Bronze Age which are a must to visit. The Alcazaba fortress, built by the Moors to defend the town against the Spanish Catholic army, stands to this day and has a great […]

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Málaga (50 min)

Malaga has a lot to offer. 90 % of those who land at Malaga airport are usually traveling further up or down along the coast. They miss a city full of history and that has been the key important port and trading center in the Mediterranean since way back in history. You can take the […]

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Teba (55 min)

This little white country town with just over 4,000 inhabitants is beautifully situated along a ridge extending to the Guadalhorce valley. At the top are the ruins of a fortress with fantastic views. This is a charming, small, white, authentic Spanish village with several small narrow streets and tapas bars. In 1330 were the Scots […]

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Fuengirola (1 hour)

Fuengirola is a small vacation town with about 60,000 inhabitants, plus between 200,000 and 400,000 tourists who visit the place every year. Fuengirola is located midway between Malaga and Marbella and it takes about 30 minutes from Malaga or Marbella by car. The city is designed for tourists and suitable for anyone who likes to […]

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Marbella (1 hour 10 min)

The jet set Mecca on the Costa del Sol is Marbella. Both celebrities and tourists alike can be found here along with their stately villas and groomed golf courses that make up a large part of the beautiful landscape. Even with the exclusive boutiques and extravagant life, Marbella has succeeded in retaining its Andalucían charm. […]

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Ronda (1 hour 20 min)

Ronda is the most famous of the “white villages”. It is especially known for its dramatic location situated on a high plateau that is divided in two by a deep ravine. The ravine separates the older Moorish district called La Ciudad from the younger district of El Mercadillo. Ronda has many small quaint streets where […]

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Nerja (1 hour 30 min)

50 km east of Malaga you will find the small town of Nerja, perched on a cliff with a stunning mountain backdrop. This white town with its small narrow streets has managed to preserve its charm unlike cities such as Malaga and Marbella. There is a pleasant calm and relaxed atmosphere in the town. The […]

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Granada (1 hour 40 min)

Granada, an amazing city with a lot of history. Whether you choose to walk around the old town, take a guided tour on a Segway or on foot, or if you have tickets to the Alhambra, there is much to see and experience. Alhambra was built in the mid 1300s by the Moorish rulers and […]

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Córdoba (2 hours)

Cordoba is an old city with a lot of history that was founded by the Romans in the year 169BC. You can visit the second largest mosque in the world here, which has stunning architecture. The Roman Bridge and the synagogue are also some things you should not miss. Cordoba has a Jewish quarter consisting […]

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Sevilla (2 hours 20 min)

If you have not been to a Spanish city before, then Seville should meet your expectations. It is said that Seville is the birthplace of flamenco and where the country’s bullfighters face a challenging and enthusiastic audience. Despite having over 700,000 inhabitants, Seville’s historic city neighbourhoods, with their narrow cobble stone streets, squares and alleys […]

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