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Palm trees in the city
Alhambra
Shade screens
Historical ship
Picturesque street
Andalusian Church
Guadalhorce, Cártama
Málaga
View, Cártama
Guadalhorce
Panorama, Ronda
Flamenco
Marina
Sunset
Fishing on the jetties
Picturesque tour
uente Nuevo, Ronda
Culture
Málaga CathedralCulture lovers will certainly have a great time in Andalusia. Culture is omnipresent and it is even said that the large holiday resorts by the coast were specially built to prevent the beauty of the hinterland from being overrun by mass tourism. Consequently, Andalusians are convinced they live “in the most beautiful part of Europe”… And anyone who explores the region will come to the same conclusion in no time!

Alhambra CourtyardWhat stands out most here is the architecture. For years the Moors gave their architectural desires free rein in this region. Seville, Cordoba and Granada, the “three capitals” of Mudéjar art, are by far the best known examples; other examples include the numerous gems of Moresque architecture to be found along the Route of the Caliphs. .

In addition, Andalusia is the native region of several great artists such as Velázquez and Picasso and served as a major source of inspiration for numerous poets. The most famous among them is undoubtedly Federico García Lorca, whose birthplace in Fuente Vaqueros near Granada is now a museum.
Generalife, Alhambra