Top 12 enchanting places from Andalucia

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The diverse and politically semi-autonomous region of Andalucía has a population of some 8 million and embodies what is thought of as typically Spanish – an accurate portrait of the place and its people must include the bullfight, flamenco, gypsies, remote white villages, high sierras and mass tourism on endless stretches of beach. The memories you take with you after a visit here will be colourful, joyous, intense and deeply stirring. Now, we want to show you a Top made be us, which  containing all essential places you need too see in Andaluzia.

Top 12 enchanting places from Andalucia

1.Granada and its Moorish roots

Moorish Granada Andalucia’s 1,300-year-old bJ Moorish heritage evokes pure Romanticism that is hard to equal. The delicate art and architecture is among the most splendid to be found on European soil. Here you cand see the most popular Alhambra in picture from outside.

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2.Seville – Alcazar, La Giralda and The Cathedral

Here you canThese two chief wonders of Seville beau­tifully embody the juxtaposition of the Moors and the triumphalism of their Christian conquerors. The Alcazar host a mix of styles that is evident in this vast and luxurious pleasure palace, built almost entirely by Moorish artisans on behalf of their Christian overlords, including the lush gardens.

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3.Cordoba – La Mezquita

This was once the most important city in Europe, a fact that is illustrated by the architectural masterpiece of La Mezquita, the Great Mosque.

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4.Cadiz

Said to be Europe’s oldest city, Cadiz still retains an aura of age- old mystery. The golden- domed cathedral on the waterfront is a spectacu­lar sight.

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5. Ronda- White Villages and The Brige

Ronda– The largest of several white villages (pueblos blancos) scattered throughout the region, Ronda is built on a table of rock that is spectacularly split by the Tajo gorge. It is also reputed to be the birthplace of the modern style of bull­fighting.

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6. Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol is a marvel of Spain and it is located in the Mediterranean Sea. It has hundreds of beaches, all kinds of beaches. From the wealthiest of the yachting-set enclaves to all-inclusive package deals for young families, this famous expanse of sand and former fishing villages has something to say about.

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7. Sierra Nevada

Sierra Nevada is the Europe’s second highest mountain range after the Alps offers the continent’s southernmost ski resort, a wealth of wildlife for trekkers to wonder at, and dozens of remote villages along its southern slopes that preserve ancient cultural traditions and unique forms of vernacular architecture.

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8. The National Park Coto Donana

Parque Nacional del Coto Donana The vast delta of the Guadalquivir River constitutes one of the world’s most important nature reserves, without which birdlife throughout Europe would be seriously compro­mised. The zone has a fascinating mix of terrains, but can be visited on guided tours only .

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9. Baeza and Ubeda

Both of these excuisite towns in Jaen Province offer world class Renaisance architecture set in perfectly perserved historical centers.

10. Nerja Caves -Cuevas de Nerja

Cuevas de Nerja. For over 50 years it is “undoubtedly” one of the greatest wonders of Spain, because here were found with a vast cave paintings more than 42,000 years old and until then had been kept secret. They were eventually discovered.

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11. Torcal de Antequera

Torcal of Antequera is a natural park located in the municipality of Antequera and it is one of those freaks of nature, which is so hard to believe they are real.

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12. Alcazaba & Gibralfaro de Málaga

Alcazaba and The Gibralfaro. The most convincing example of Muslims passing through the province can be seen in the Alcazaba, culminating with Castle ofGibralfaro. Malaga was entirely  muslim capital during the X-XV.

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