Sevilla Province, nestled in the southern part of Spain, stands as an embodiment of the region's rich cultural heritage and historical significance. The province is a mosaic of picturesque landscapes, from the rolling hills dotted with olive trees to the fertile plains that support its agriculture. It's the heartbeat of Andalusia, alive with flamenco rhythms and the fragrance … [Read more...] about Sevilla Province : A Quick Guide to Andalusia’s Heart
Cordoba Province is a mecca of Islamic heritage mixed with modern sophistication Previously the capital of the Al-Andalus region the Cordoba Province is a mecca of Islamic heritage mixed with modern sophistication. Like many of its Andalucian neighbours this Province was under the rule of the Moors during the medieval ages and this is evident throughout. Historical landmarks … [Read more...] about Cordoba Province
One of the most beautiful examples of Islamic workmanship is Cordoba's Great Mosque Arguably one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic workmanship Cordoba's great mosque (La Mezquita) is the jewel in the crown of the Province of Cordoba, and possibly the whole of Andalucia. No where near as big as the Alhambra of Granada Cordoba's Mezquita makes up for its lack of size by … [Read more...] about Cordoba’s great mosque
Ronda is undoubtedly a stunning Spanish town, and the level of tourists that descend each year is certainly testament to that. The beautiful El Tajo gorge that runs through the centre is a popular attraction accentuated by the unobstructed views across to the mountains which can be viewed from the bridge above. For delightful views of the town, head on inside the Parador de … [Read more...] about Ronda Information….
Ronda - one of the oldest and most beautiful towns in Spain The mountainous interior of Malaga Province is sprinkled with beautiful white villages, including Ronda. Rising amid a circle of mountains is Ronda, one of the oldest towns in Spain, which also has one of the most dramatic locations, having been built on an isolated ridge of the Sierra and slashed in half by the Tajo … [Read more...] about Ronda