Holiday rentals and apartments in Andalusia
A sunny holiday destination all year round
Andalusia is a sunny inland and coastal region spanning the South of Spain. Many of the country’s top attractions and destinations are located in the Andalusia region, making it one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in all of Europe! Here you can enjoy delicious wines, watch magnificent flamenco performances, lounge on dazzling beaches, and discover numerous UNESCO sites. Andalusia is a vast and rich region, bursting with culture, delicious food and wine, beautiful natural landscapes, and so much more. Come discover Spain’s most awe-inspiring region with a family, couple, or group trip to Andalusia.
Find an unbeatable selection of holiday rentals in Andalusia
Whether you want to stay near the mountains or sea, in a luxury villa or a homey apartment, you’ll find all that and more in Andalusia on Spain-Holiday. Make your couple’s getaway extra memorable with a stay in a seaside apartment where you can wake up to sparkling sea views as you sip your morning coffee on a sunny terrace. Or, host your next friend’s group holiday in an oversized villa complete with a garden and a private pool. You’ll find numerous holiday rental options throughout the region, with an option suited to the needs of every Traveller. Be sure to filter your searched based on your desired amenities for the best chance of finding your dream holiday rentals in Andalusia.
Holidays in Andalusia: The area and getting around
Arriving in Andalusia
You can reach Andalusia by sea, air, or land. The capital of the region, Seville, is home to an airport, but the largest airport in Andalusia is found in the city of Malaga along the coastline. There are numerous other smaller airports all throughout the region. Several trains and buses from different parts of Spain go to Andalusia. You can even reach the Andalusia region by boat or ferry from Morocco, the Balearic Islands, or France.
Getting around the region
There are several options for getting around Andalusia, but hiring a private rental car is the most convenient and straightforward option. Having your own car allows you to explore the region more freely and to visit as many coastal towns and inland cities as you can fit into your itinerary. Otherwise, you can also rely on buses and trains to get around Andalusia.
Travellers and activities
Andalusia for Couples
Spend some time outdoors exploring the beauty of Andalusia with your significant other. Head over the Sierra Grazalema, a natural park with tons of hiking trails and spectacular mountain views. You can also explore the many impressive green parks within cities, such as Parque de Maria Luisa in Seville, or the endless stretch of coastline in Marbella.
Andalusia for Families
Andalusia is full of family-friendly attractions for families with children of all ages. Head over to Isla Magica, a themed amusement park in Seville with fun attractions and water rides. Also, be sure to visit the wild animals at Biopark in Fuengirola, which is home to leopards, tigers, gorillas, Pygmy hippos, and more!
Top 5 travel tips in Andalusia
1. Visit the spectacular Alhambra in Granada
This breathtaking hilltop palace and fortress in Granada is an absolute must-visit for any first-timer in Andalusia. Here you can learn about the rich and fascinating history of Andalusia, as well as see the Islamic influence in the architecture here. There is not a more dazzling Arab palace in Europe!
2. See a flamenco show in Seville
Seville, the capital of Andalusia, is the birthplace of the spirited Spanish tradition of flamenco. Flamenco is an emotional musical performance that will leave you speechless. The energetic atmosphere of the singers and dancers is an unmissable experience for anyone coming to Andalusia.
3. Stroll around the iconic Plaza de Espana
This enormous, stunning square in Seville will take your breath away. Considered to be the most beautiful square in all of Spain, the design of the buildings lining the square boast a combination of Baroque, Renaissance, and Moorish styles of Spanish architecture. The best time to visit is just before sunset, and if you’re lucky, you might catch a flamenco performance here.
4. Soak up the sun on the Costa del Sol
This stunning coastline translates to the “coast of sun” in English. It stretches for over 150 kilometres in the Malaga province and is home to some of the most stunning beaches in the country. Explore the different white sand beaches, swim in the turquoise waters, and enjoy the relaxed Mediterranean pace of life.
5. Eat, drink, and visit museums in Malaga
Malaga is known for its excellent selection of museums, as well as its top-rated restaurants and delicious wines. This popular coastal city is full of culture and life. Spend a few days wandering around, visiting the historic sites, popping into the museums, and eating plenty of tapas.