Holidays in Andalusia

Fly to Malaga and Seville

Andalusia is sparkling, it’s flamenco, it’s the April Fair in Seville, it’s the Carnival in Cadiz, it’s el Rocío in Huelva, it’s the joyful gypsy singing, it’s tiles, it’s Federico García Lorca’s poem, it’s the Reconquista, it’s Arabic architecture, it’s the Alhambra, it’s History, it’s the taste of the sea, it’s fried fish, it’s the endless list of folk villages, it’s the Mudejar garden and fortress, it’s warmth and sun all year round, it’s passion, it’s spirit. Andalusia has a thousand and one charms. It’s a palette of shades and colours that needs to be seen.

Let’s discover Andalusia together, the most romantic and adventurous part of Spain. We fly to Seville and Malaga – two pearls of southern Spain.

guías de viaje Andalucia

What to feel, live and taste in Malaga and Seville

  • Go to la Plaza de la Merced in Malaga where Pablo Picasso’s house and museum are located.
  • Go for tapas to the El Pimpi bar near the Roman Theatre. In this bar, la crème de la crème of Spanish society such as Gloria Fuertes, Antonio Gala and Antonio Banderas had their afternoon tea.
  • Have dinner in the seaside neighbourhood Pedregalejo (Malaga) with Andalusia style squid, fried sardines and rice with seafood.
  • Pray in the cathedral of Seville, which is located in the space of the great 12th century Almohade mosque. Its minaret, La Giralda, built between 1184 and 1198 is 104 metres high.


  • Contemplate the Alcázar de Sevilla, a fortress from 913. Its greatest jewels are the gardens and Don Pedro’s 14th century Mudejar palace.
  • Visit the Cathedral of Malaga, also called Catedral de Encarnación, an iconic Gothic building with Baroque and Renaissance elements.
  • Take a picture at the Plaza de España in Seville, the most artistic and patriotic place in Spain where typical Andalusian tiles represent all the Spanish provinces.
  • Spend all day at the Castle of Gibralfaro and unwind in the Parador of Gibralfaro in Malaga.

islas cies

  • Have tapas at the Triana market in Seville at the Ostrería where they perform flamenco for free every Thursday at 21.30 and you can taste the best “pescaito frito” (fried fish) and Andalusian gazpacho in the Market in Calle Feria.
  • Have an ice cream in Casa Mira in the liveliest street in Malaga - calle Larios.
  • Let yourself be guided by the flavours of the market of Atarazanas in Malaga with its seasoned olives and bread with zurrapa.

tapas Sevilla

  • Look for Don Juan Tenorio’s spirit strolling through the neighbourhood of Santa Cruz.
  • See the sunrise on the banks of the River Triana in Seville and walk through María Luisa Park.
  • Enjoy the flamenco show at the Cristina Hoyos’ Flamenco Dance Museum in Seville.
  • Get a tan on the beach of Malagueta.
  • Wear a flamenco suit during the April Fair in Seville.

Get packed ready to go to Seville and  Malaga.

flamenco Sevilla