Andalusia is the southernmost region of Spain and it encompasses famed provinces such as Almería, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada and Málaga. With its capital in Seville, one of the most populated cities of the country, and wine production concentrated around the Jerez wine region, Andalusia has become an important commercial region of Spain.
Tourists are drawn to Andalusia not only by Jerez wine (“Sherry”) but also because many famous Spanish cities and sites can be found in this area: Cádiz and its Cathedral; Córdoba with its World Heritage old town, its superb Great Mosque and Roman bridge and walls; the world-famous Alhambra World Heritage Site that showcases one of the finest architectural legacies of Moorish rule in Spain; and Malaga and its Costa del Sol beaches, just to name a few.
Contact our local travel expert for exclusive tour suggestions in the Jerez de la Frontera wine region and get ready to uncover the area’s rich cultural heritage, taste superb wines and exquisite Spanish food as you dance the night away at a local Flamenco tablao!
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