As a local from Seville and private travel advisor, I am starting this post about Andalusia, the Southernregion of Spain. Full of contrasts, charming little villages, vibrant cities, rich history and culture, it has become a prime destination for most visitors coming to Spain. may I invite all readers and contributors to leave their opinions andexperiencesabout their time in Andalusia, their hotels, routes, gastronomy, places...as well as their questions and feedback.
I rented a villa in Sotogrande with 13 friends, loved the area very much. We did side trips to Rhonda, Granada, Estepona, Gibralta and even took the ferry to Morrocco. I would love to plan another vacation to the Seville area. would be interested in hearing what you would recommend
hi, regarding Seville area, there are nice landscapes in the north hills of the province, and in the nearby villages of seville, no longer than 30 minutes drive, you can find great little towns to stroll around and enjoy excellent gastronomy. Visits to Jerez are also recommendable. Carmona town is a must too. Email me at [email protected] if you wish additional info or need a personalized plan. Seville itself is a great destination, the city is worth staying for at least 3 nights to see most of it and the gastronomy is simply great. Thanks!
Yes, I agree this area of the world is magnificent. I was there not to long ago in Torrmelinos and had a fantastic time, the beaches, culture and people made it a wonderful getaway. Hopefully when the Euro becomes a little cheaper again we'll visit again since, one of our family members has a vacation condo there. A visit to the Rock of Gibraltar is a must too !
Hi! We are thinking of a one week stay in southern Spain in October or November
We want it to be relaxing; but hopefully the men would like to see a bullfight
and all of us go to a flamengo show. We want a lovely hotel which is
a wonderful destination itself.
which month do you suggest? what would the temperatures be? What town or city would you most recommend?
I recommend getting lost at Fairplaygolf Hotel & Spa, I work there a few months ago and its a destination itself, with a great value for money, one of the luxury hotels in Spain still to be discovered.
Also, the Costa del Sol is a great option but too developed, the Costa de la Luz is more relaxing and better sandy beaches, though.