Spain’s climate is diverse but in Andalucia it is predominantly warm, dry and sunny, especially from April to October, with up to 12 hours of sunshine a day throughout the height of summer. The people are friendly, the food is excellent and there are plenty of things to see and do. Despite some modernising, the region of Andalucia remains spirited and passionate and over 20% of the land is natural or national parks, meaning that the beautiful scenery and indigenous wildlife is protected.
Expect to see white villages perched spectacularly atop a craggy mountain, local fiestas, ancient mosques, agriculturally-dependent villages and perhaps even an ibex. The region has some splendid golf courses, beautiful coastline and a marvellous climate: any one of our featured hotels will give you a great taste of Andalucia.
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