Marked by a history of indigence and poverty and deep Islamic roots, Andalusia is perhaps one of the most culturally distant regions from Western Europe.


A land of flamenco, fieste, and tauromachia, this region offers Europe a heritage, of both Spanish and Moorish origin, in which some of the most distinguished artists of our culture, such as Vélazquez, Picasso, and Federico García Lorca, are numbered.


The beauty of Andalusia is captured in the exoticism of Islamic palaces, tiny timeless villages, rugged mountainous landscapes and long beaches. In Seville, the aperitif is served at midnight and kicks off the throbbing Andalusian night.

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