There is no better way to learn about Flamenco art at first hand than to travel the roads that lead to its roots. The itineraries of the ‘Routes through Flamenco Country' cover all of Andalusia, permitting tourists to experience a sample of this great cultural treasure in just a few days.
The cultivation of Andalusian wine goes back over many centuries and the region is renowned for the production of prestigious wines which are known the world over. Thanks to the growth in maritime trade, the 16th and 17th centuries were a period of particular growth.
The White towns of the Sierra de Grazalema in Cádiz with a rich architectural heritage, stretches to the north of the province along a steep, beautiful, green and thrilling route: the Trail of the White washed Villages.
Granada's Albaicín is a traditional and very picturesque area of town known for the Alhambra. The Cistern Tour focuses on a particular feature of this district.
The Blue Flag is a quality that rewards compliance with standards of hygiene, health, safety, accessibility, information, lifeguard, in an initiative by the Association of Environmental and Consumer Education (ADEAC) and World Trade Organization (WTO). The Andalusian beaches and marinas have earned this year 96 blue flags, which demonstrates the high quality of the waters around Andalusia.