One way to discover the culture of Andalusia is by exploring the sites which have been awarded as UNESCO World Heritage sites. In Granada, you’ll see the Alhambra palace, the Generalife gardens and the mediaeval Albaicín neighbourhood, in Cordoba, its historic center with the great Mosque, in Seville, the cathedral and the Alcazar palace and many, many more!
You’ll find a variety of natural landscapes which range from the beaches of La Costa del Sol, Costa de la Luz and Almería to the extensive olive groves of Jaén. Moreover, you can visit the Doñana National Park –also declared a World Heritage Site–, or go skiing in the Sierra Nevada ski resort.
Most visitors center on Seville, Granada and Marbella for traditional tapas, flamenco and controversial bullfighting – but there is so much to discover beyond these magnificent cities in the south of Spain. So, creating a Southern Spain itinerary can be very challenging.
There are so many interesting things to see in Andalusia that it becomes hard to choose. If you want to see the place for a better decision, take a look at this map of Andalucia.