Andalucia & Costa del Sol

Andalucia & Costa del Sol Attractions

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Medina Azahara

Just a short drive away from Spain's southern city of Córdoba sits Medina Azahara. While little of the 10th-century medieval palace-town remains, its ...  Read more

Mezquita (Mosque-Cathedral)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 283 Reviews

Originally the site of the Christian Visigoth Church San Vicente, Córdoba’s Mezquita -- or Grand Mosque -- stands as the city's most proud monument and ...  Read more

Mijas

Mijas is the typical idyllic Andalusian village (or at least Mijas Pueblos, the old part of town, is). White-washed houses cluster against the side of a ...  Read more

Monasterio de San Jeronimo

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

The great Catholic monarchs Ferdinand and Isabel founded the Monasterio de San Jerónimo in the 16th century. They tried situating it in Santa Fe, but ...  Read more

Mondragón Palace, Ronda

The much-rebuilt Mondragón Palace perches on top of the El Tajo Gorge and looks north towards the Sierra de las Nieves. Although little remains of the ...  Read more

Museo Julio Romero de Torres

Located in an old hospital, you will find one of Córdoba's most famous museums, Museo Julio Romero de Torres, which features the art of its namesake, ...  Read more

Museo Picasso Malaga

4 star rating: Recommended 78 Reviews

It stands to good reason that there would be a museum of the great Picasso in Andalucia’s Malaga: this is where the painter, draughtsman, and sculptor was ...  Read more

Nerja Caves

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

The enormous prehistoric Caves of Nerja boast extensive grottoes, archaeological remains and the world’s largest column, rising upwards for 32 meters (105 ...  Read more

Palace of Carlos V

The Palace of Charles V is a carefully designed statement of triumph and prestige. By building a royal residence in the heart of a conquered Muslim citadel, ...  Read more

Plaza and Mirador de San Nicolás

4 star rating: Recommended 39 Reviews

The biggest draw of Granada’s UNESCO-listed Albaycin quarter is the hilltop Mirador de San Nicolás, a small raised plaza that lies in front of the San ...  Read more

Plaza de España

4 star rating: Recommended 126 Reviews

The Plaza de España is a magnificently proportioned semi-circular space designed for the Ibero-American World's Fair of 1929. It's edged by buildings and ...  Read more

Plaza de la Merced

Picasso’s birthplace is located on the elegant Plaza de la Merced barely 200 yards (180 m) from the awesome Museo Picasso Malaga, which holds over 150 of his ...  Read more

Plaza de Toros de La Malagueta

4 star rating: Recommended 76 Reviews

Málaga’s beautiful and Neo-Mudejar La Malagueta bullring was built in 1874 by Spanish architect Joaquín Rucoba and is today privately owned by ...  Read more

Plaza Nueva

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

As Granada’s oldest city square, Plaza Nueva has long been at the center of local life and its strategic location at the foot of the Alhambra palace means many ...  Read more

Puente Nuevo, Ronda

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 109 Reviews

The Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) is a major feat of 18th-century engineering uniting Ronda’s old and new towns over El Tajo Gorge, the sheer limestone ravine that ...  Read more

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