The all inclusive Andalucia holiday has lots to offer its visitors, irrespective of their age. This southern part of Spain is bordered on three sides, Murcia in the east, Portugal in the west and hundreds of kilometres of glistening sands and a beautiful coast in the south.
Apart from the well-known cultural heritage sites in Granada, Seville and Cordoba; there’s a lot to see in Andalucia.
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break away from the mundane routine of everyday life or you are in for a lively all inclusive holiday; the beautiful coast of Andalucia along with its glorious sunshine is the perfect getaway for you.
Andalucia’s size makes it possible to explore the entire region and all the beautiful sights that the area has to offer, in one holiday itself. Pretty Andalucia with its winding lanes and sleepy whitewashed villages is just so perfect and yet unspoilt.
Known for their friendly nature and laid back attitude, the Spaniards, especially those living in the south are great hosts. If you really want to enjoy your all inclusive holidays in Andalucia and gel with the locals in Andalucia, then you must relax and unwind and get about your holiday.
Though the manana attitude is there no doubt, but once in a while it is ok to get along with it rather that it irritating you.
After all you’re on a holiday, so why not relax and re-plan your holiday according to Spanish mealtimes. Enjoy a siesta and an early tapas followed by a late dinner with the locals. The best way to enjoy a place is to do as the locals do.
Best time to go:
A holiday in Andalucia is ideal during spring and autumn seasons, when the weather is in your favour. During springtime, you’ll witness plenty of fiestas such as the Easter celebrations, Seville’s Feria in mid-April etc. It is indeed Andalucia at its best.
Autumn season is ideal for those looking for a peaceful break away from the crowds. By that time most of the holidaymakers will have gone and you’ll have plenty of room on the beach to stretch out and unwind.
For birdwatchers, all inclusive holidays in Andalucia are ideal in early spring and late summer. During this time Andalucia is home to millions of migratory birds from all over.
Map of Andalucia
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