Category: Andalucia holiday guide
The Cortijo de Cortes is located at Paraíso Alto estate, next to Marbella’s Milla de Oro and surrounded by numerous golf courts. It has retained the typical structure of an Andalusian cortijo, or country estate, and features distinct spaces, offering services to host receptions, business meals, product presentations, private parties, weddings and all kinds [...]
This magnificent palace, located in Málaga Bay, has been built over a 30,000-square-metre plot of land boasting superb gardens. The place is quiet, situated close to the historic quarter, and conveniently communicated via a road network. In sum, it has all the elements needed to make the most of your private or corporate events.
Andalucia is probably one of Spain’s most varied areas with its mountainous regions leading down to the Costa del Sol, Costa Tropical, Costa de Almeria and to the far west bordering Portugal, the beautiful Costa de la Luz. It is ideal for a holiday in winter as well as summer as there is skiing in [...]
Andalucia is the most populated and second largest of the seventeen autonomous communities that constitute Spain. Its capital is Seville and it is bordered on the north by Extremadura and Castilla-La Mancha; on the east by Murcia and the Mediterranean Sea and on the west by Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean.
After the traditional mass tourist destinations in Spain, like the Costa del Sol or the Costa Blanca started to become saturated and the impact of the increasing degradation of their natural setting caused by the spectacular urban and demographic growth of the small towns located along the Mediterranean coastline became clearer, many travellers started to [...]