Our villas in Andalucia offer a taste of the real Spain. There’s authenticity everywhere you look, from beautiful whitewashed mountain villages to long stretches of fine white sand, as well as lively local fiestas and a delicious and proud cuisine. A villa holiday in Andalucia is not to be missed. With villas located in the middle of all the history and charm, you’ll fall in love with the popular resort of Nerja and its famous Burriana Beach, while the beautiful cobbled streets of Frigiliana will take you on a journey straight into the region's rich past.
The longest stretch of coastline in southern Spain is truly unforgettable and our villas to rent in Andalucia are right in the middle of it all. Find out what makes this beloved destination so unique.
Things to do in Andalucia
Our villas to rent in Andalucia provide the perfect base to benefit from all that this sun-drenched region has to offer, including miles upon miles of sandy beaches, championship golf courses and charming mountain villages. Andalucia offers so much variety for everyone.
The region stretches along the Spain’s southern coastline and adjoins the Costa del Sol, and there are sandy beaches aplenty with Nerja’s Burriana Beach the star of the show. Fine golden sand, great swimming opportunities and plenty of amenities make a villa holiday in Andalucia, Spain a must for sunseekers. If you want to escape the crowds, head further east along the coast and discover deserted coves and unspoilt bays.
Nightlife in Andalucia
Villa holidays in Andalucia allow you to experience a slice of the real Spain, especially when it comes to evening entertainment. Fiery fiestas and vibrant flamenco dancing can be witnessed in many of the region’s towns and villages throughout the season. There’s also a hub of busy bars and clubs in the more developed resorts, and low-key evenings along the promenade can be enjoyed in the smaller, traditional resorts.
Food and Drink in Andalucia
Andalucia is thought to be the birthplace of tapas so it’s little surprise that you can enjoy one of Spain’s most loved dishes throughout this region. The word ‘tapa’ literally means ‘a lid’ or ‘a cover’ and many think that this his how the term comes from, as bartenders would serve drinks with a saucer on top to keep out the flies, and over time the saucer would be used to serve portions of cheese, olives or ham. Of course, these days there are hundreds of divine dishes to choose from, and our villas in Andalucia, Spain are ideally located so you can get the most authentic experience.
History and Culture in Andalucia
There’s no shortage of cultural delights to discover during your Andalucia villa holiday. Whether it’s pottering through the cobbled streets of the whitewashed mountain villages, attending an energetic flamenco dance, exploring Nerja’s jaw-dropping caves or admiring the sublime architecture in cities such as Granada and Seville, the whole region has a rich cultural heritage.