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A STORY TALE EXPERIENCE: THE 10 MOST CHARMING TOWNS IN GRANADA

There are many Granada villages that over the centuries have managed to preserve their charm, and this Andalucian province is one of the richest in the Peninsula in landscape diversity and climate. Granada hides valuable treasures to discover, example of this is the Sierra Nevada National Park where the highest peaks of Spain are erected, or the Costa Tropical where you can enjoy rich Vegas full of lush fruit trees. To visit these lands is to find a variety of contrasts that offer besides monuments, history, culture and vestiges of the existence of man for thousands of years, it also offers gastronomy, parties, crafts and above all the hospitality of its people. Discover and visit the most beautiful villages of Granada.

From the spectacular beaches of Salobreña to the practice of skiing and snow sports in the Sierra Nevada through the wonderful villages of the Alpujarra, all of them are a very good option to enjoy a fantastic holiday in order to get to know one of the Andalucian provinces most beautiful in our country.


#villages
#town
#travel
#placestosee
#granada
#alpujarra
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DISCOVER THE MOST UNUSUAL CORNERS OF ANDALUCIA IN THESE 15 SPOTS WE RECOMMEND FOR YOU

If Andalusia is famous for something, it is for being a community that is home to the simplest and, at the same time, the most unusual corners of these lands. Although its monuments, its nature, its beaches and its white towns with narrow streets and flowerpots in the balconies are its most famous attractions, the south of Spain is home to curious and unusual sights that transport us to a world of fantasy and to strange settings difficult to witness in other latitudes. It is something unexplainable but true. There is plenty to see in this land, where you will find some of the most unusual places of Andalusia.


#landscape
#placestosee
#tourist
#holidays
#andalucia
#andalusia
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TEN THINGS YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT OLIVES, ONE OF ANDALUCIA’S MOST TRADITIONAL PRODUCTS

Andalucia’s ultimate natural symbol is the olive. These fertile lands give birth to the olive which comes from the tree of the same name; liquid gold valued throughout the world and the basis of the Mediterranean diet, one of the most important in the world. But Andalucia stands out not just for this emblem. Olives are the perfect accompaniment to a nice cool drink enjoyed in the Andalucian sun. If you visit southern Spain make a note of the most outstanding olives you will have to try if you want your palate to retain the memory of these little delights, as well as their health benefits. Here we tell you which are the best and what their benefits are.


#oliveoil
#olivetrees
#virginoliveoil
#health
#spanishgastronomy
#andalucia
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HOW MANY TYPES OF PAELLA ARE THERE? 10 DIFFERENT RECIPES FOR PAELLA

Paella is, without a doubt, the indisputable queen of all dining in Spain, since it is one of the dishes that, while not originally from Andalucia, has become one of the most traditional in the southern Iberian Peninsula. As happens with many other recipes, both Spanish and international, paella, while a traditional Valencian dish, does transcend borders, since there are as many types of paella as there are bars and restaurants throughout the country. Indeed, it is hard to find one that does not have this delicious dish or its tapas version on its weekly menu. To travel through Spain and discover the number of paella and rice dish variations and recipes that exist is to learn about the gastronomic plurality of this very traditional national dish, so here are 10 different types of paella for you to adapt to your tastes


#paella
#spanishgastronomy
#andaluciafood
#travel
#andalucia
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15 PLACES WHERE YOU CAN SEE THE BEST SUNSETS IN ANDALUCIA

Sunset in Andalucia is called the “magical hour” since few things makes you feel better and more at peace than a good sunset. Life is full of magical moments, but we surely all have a place that is special to us and where we can see the best sunsets. Andalucia has beautiful corners that have special meaning for the setting of the sun. The combination of colours and majesty with which night falls fill already enormously beautiful places with mystery. With all this in mind, here are some places with the best sunsets in Andalucia, where we would like to live each day. Are you coming?


#sunset
#sunsetlover
#traveltips
#placestosee
#andalucia
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ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES THAT WILL TRANSPORT YOU TO ANDALUCIA’S ROMAN EMPIRE

The artistic and patrimonial richness of Andalucía is due to the cultures that have lived together on these lands along the ages. In each corner of southern Spain you can find remains from the ancestors that make us imagine how it before was during past historical periods. One of the glory periods during what it was the Roman Empire. And the thing is that the Roman spirit embraced the southern Iberian Peninsula.

The Roman legacy is uncountable and it spreads all over the aspects of Andalucía. Given that the remains of this period on their path through the southern peninsula are diverse and can be observed in all provinces. Temples, halls or theaters, are just one small sample of some of the constructions that have lasted through time.



#romanruins
#RomanEmpire
#tourism
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16 ORIGINAL PLANS TO CELEBRATE VALENTINE’S DAY IN ANDALUCIA

Andalusia is the land of romance par excellence and has some of the best and most beautiful places to surprise your partner on Valentine’s Day. If you have a partner and are tired or repeating time and again the same activities each year, and romantic evenings in traditional restaurants no longer do it for you, read these. From Arab baths, trips combining an idyllic stay with culture and monuments, or hot air balloon trips are just some of the plans we suggest for this day of love, when planning something romantic can become a real headache. So, be sure to read our 16 plans to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Andalucia:


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#romanticbreak
#valentinessurprise
#andaucia
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15 ANDALUCIAN RECIPES TO WARM YOU UP

Andalucian recipes to combat the cold in winter form part of its gastronomic tradition. Broths, soups and all kinds of stews served nice and hot. These are Andalucia’s winter recipes. A perfect gastronomic option when the temperature starts to fall and the rain and snow start making an appearance.

Andalucian winter recipes have their origin in the obligatory seasonal cuisine of yesteryear, when all the markets sold was local seasonal produce. In winter, this included chestnuts, oranges, artichokes, cauliflower, broccoli, fennel, lettuce, endive and the famous cold cuts and meat products from the slaughters around San Martin.

Today the markets have all kinds of gastronomic produce at any time of the year. But the pot roasts, broths and all kinds of stews of Andalucia continue to dominate stoves when winter comes around, especially in those parts of our community where the winter cold is felt more.

Andalucian recipes for the cold have evolved over time. The traditional bases remain, but new cooks keep reinventing many of Andalucia’s stews. What has hardly changed are the ingredients. Pulses, vegetables, meat, fish, cold cuts, potatoes, spices and, of course, extra virgin olive oil.

#food
#winterfood
#foodie
#localproduce
#travel
#placestovisit
#tradition
#andalucia
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10 ANDALUCIAN TOWNS WITH CHRISTMAS FLAVOR

Andalucia continues to keep many of its ancient traditions to celebrate Christmas. In many cases, this culture preservation is what makes our land attractive to numerous tourists during this time of the year

#xmas
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#placestosee
#christmastime
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18 REASONS FOR VISITING ANDALUCIA IN WINTER

Visiting Andalucia is always a good option. Art, culture, gastronomy, sports, a good climate. There are a number of things you can do and see in Andalucia. It doesn’t matter if it’s summer, winter, autumn or spring. Being a tourist in Andalusia is a pleasure at any time of the year.
Andalucia in winter has landscapes filled with contrasts. The golden sandy beaches of its long coast. The white summits of the Sierra Nevada. The green mountains of many of its natural parks. And in each corner, temperatures for all tastes.

If you like the cold and winter sports, visit the Sierra Nevada. If you prefer warmer temperatures and water sports, visit Marbella and the entire Costa del Sol. And if you love mountains and rain, pick Grazalema as a winter tourist destination.

Visiting Andalucia in winter enables you to enjoy festivals that are as popular as the carnivals. The Cádiz festival is the most reputed. Here, the Fiesta de los Tosantos in November has a lot of tradition. And in Jerez, the Las Zambombas fiesta takes place at Christmas time.

Winter gastronomy in Andalucia is another attraction for many tourists. You can savour numerous dishes prepared with excellent seasonal produce. Wild asparagus, mushrooms, game, chard, fennel… Now there is no need to wait until the season comes around to have certain foods, but it has been demonstrated that some products taste better when there are certain climate conditions.

Cultural programming is another of the many reasons to visit Andalucia in winter. Theatres, exhibition rooms, museums and leisure spaces each season organise a number of activities for all the family.

#andalusiatourism
#placetosee
#traditions
#sports
#andalusia
#music
#food
#landscapes
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