Andalucia, consisting of many beautiful provinces with a gamut of picturesque landscapes, is one of the most beautiful regions to buy property in the whole of Spain. This southern region holds a plethora of options when it comes to buying, selling or renting popery – villas, apartment, townhouse, cottages and more. With beaches covering the area of over 600 kilometers, Andalucia offers a property for every budget – this unique factor has helped attract many tourists, who often take accommodation on rent when visiting. There are constantly many properties on sale, often leaving you with too many options.
Andalucia holds the world in itself. There is a gamut of places to visit in this southern region of undisturbed and clean natural landscapes. There are historical buildings that remind of its glorious past. The flamenco music and “gitanos” dance are an integral part of Andalucia culture. Andalucia has a rich tradition of art & craft – the first painting being etched on the cave walls 250 centuries ago. Since the region has had many rulers in the past, it is impregnated with various cultures and tradition. The reminiscent of the Muslim age is the Alhambra Palace in Granada and the Mesquita in Cordoba.
The Christian dominance in the region provides it with exciting folklore, glorious cathedrals, Baroque churches, and Renaissance forts, towns, and hill villages. Also, do not miss a plethora of castles located in the fascinating regions.
Andalucia is a place where natural landscapes are as common as ice in the poles. The Parque Nacional de Donana in the delta of the Rio Guadalquivir is a sight worth seeing. In the east is the scenic Sierra Nevada, which is covered with snow round the year. Close to the beaches, irrigation of sugarcane is being done from the times of the Moors. The Moors also produced region’s other prominent foods – oranges, almonds, aubergines, saffron and many spices.
Further, in the east, Almeria boasts of semi-deserts and lunar landscapes from where you can see the sky clearer than any other part of the world. The southwest stores the green damp Sierra de Grazalema, whereas the northeast comprises the rocky crags of the picturesque Parque Natural de Cazorla. The whole of Andalucia stores a wide variety of flora and fauna.
Costa del Sol, a confluence of sand, sea, and sun, is the major attraction for tourists. With a temperate climate in winters, visitors can find accommodation in abundance on rent here.