Get to know Andalusia during a glamping holiday

Visit Andalusia, go on a glamping holiday and you will be amazed. The name of this region, which is divided into the eight provinces of Almeria, Cádiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, and Seville, is from Moorish origin. Even today there are numerous signs of Moorish culture, such as the Alhambra in Granada and the Mezquita in Cordoba.

Especially impressive is the scenic diversity and beauty. The most famous is the Sierra Nevada, the highest elevation of Europe outside the Alps, with snow-capped peaks from November to May.

Glamping in a Mediterranean setting

The southernmost region of Spain is particularly popular because of the beaches on the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. On the Costa del Sol or the Costa de la Luz, many water sports can be practiced, such as surfing, diving or paddling. The Mediterranean climate brings pleasant temperatures throughout the year. The summers are dry and hot, while the winters are mild.

Many places on the Sun Coast have retained their historic charm, such as Nerja with the famous stalactite cave. In Torre del Mar you can experience the cheerful and hospitable nature of the Andalusians in particular.

Andalusia, the ideal region for a family glamping holiday

Between picturesque orange trees and olive groves, the comfortable Feather Down accommodations hide with proper beds, private shower and toilet, as well as a fully equipped kitchen unit, BBQ, and picnic table.

There are scenic and important cultural destinations. Visit the two oldest cities of Andalusia, Ronda and Jerez de la Frontera. The world-famous flamenco is one of the most famous traditions of Andalusia. It includes the elements of song, dance, and music and is very expressive.

Visit our location Cártama-Malaga in Andalusia.

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