things to do in Andalusia

things to do in andalusia

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You are on holiday at the Costa del Sol. What are the things to do in Andalusia? Tejeda Tours offers various excursions and trips in Andalusia. Come with us!

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Things to do in Andalusia

You are on holiday in Andalusia! On the wonderful Costa del Sol in the south of Spain. You can enjoy it all year round. The sun is shining, the beaches are clean and on the terrace you get the tastiest tapas served. You can enjoy yourself in the towns of Torre del Mar, Nerja and Almunecar. But you will certainly not be bored in the smaller towns such as Frigiliana, La Herradura and Caleta de Velez.

In addition to sun, beach and good food, Andalusia has a lot more to offer. It is a big region and the possibilities to have a nice day trip are very diverse.

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nature park Tejeda
nature park Tejeda

Andalusia is rich in different types of nature parks. For example, in the west you have NP Doñana; a protected nesting area for waterfowl.
Above Marbella you have the Sierra de Grazalema where you can walk and find the ‘white villages’.

But also closer is a nice nature area namely the NP Tejeda where we have taken our name from. There are interesting routes along the different mountain villages to drive and here are also beautiful hiking trails.
Do you like the high mountains then you could visit the Sierra Nevada, near Granada. The peaks go up to 3500 meters high and you can get a whole lot with the ski lift.
You will find beautiful rock formations in El Torcal. And at El Chorro you will find the Caminito del Rey walking path, which was opened several years ago.


Andalusia has a rich history. And in a lot of places that history is well preserved. Many prehistoric finds have been made in the famous caves at Nerja. In Antequera are dolmens of 2500 BC. to find. There are many Roman remains such as Ítalica near Seville or the theater in Málaga.


By far the most traces, however, are from the time of the Moorish domination of this country. The Arab occupation lasted from the beginning of the 7th to the 15th century. The most famous buildings of that time are the Alhambra in Granada and the Mezquita in Córdoba. But almost every town or village has buildings from a Moorish past.
After the re-conquest of the country by the Catholic kings on the Arabs, the golden age broke for Spain. In 1492 Christopher Columbus discovered the new world and brought the country great wealth and beautiful cathedrals and palaces were built.

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