Sun, Sun, Sun here we come! Find your holiday villa,
apartment, hotel or guesthouse in Andalucia!
Most people come to Andalucia for their holidays because of the superb weather and the excellent beaches which are a big draw, along with the delicious, reasonably-priced food - especially seafood and jamon iberico (cured ham) - and friendly people who love nothing more than a fiesta. Thanks to the reliable sunshine and warm temperatures, much of life is lived outdoors - a main attraction if you´re coming from cooler climes.
Choose from our selection of the best holiday homes and luxury villa rentals in one of the world's most beautiful holiday destinations,
Andalucia in Southern Spain.
Andalucia has been a favourite destination for sun-seeking travellers for decades and there is no wonder why. With an average of over 320 days of sun a year, your luck will need to be fairly bad to have planned a stay here and not have seen the sun.
Every year, millions of tourists take a break in Andalucía and indulge in the lifestyle that helps to make this Southern Spanish region so much of a hit with visitors and residents from all over the world. In Andalucía it is all close at hand, thanks to a wide range of accommodation available, year-round and at prices to fit every budget - in every location. Everything from 5 star hotels to rural guesthouses, from luxury villas to simple rural cottages.
Life´s a Beach
Andalucia has a whopping 800 km of coastline, with something for everyone. It features two seas - the wilder Atlantic coast, known as the Costa de la Luz, which stretches from the Portuguese border in the west to Gibraltar; and the Mediterranean, which includes the hugely popular Costa del Sol, from Gibraltar to Nerja, as well as the less developed Costa Tropical, which is Granada province´s coastline, and the practically deserted Costa de Almeria to the east.
One of the best features of Andalucia´s beaches, apart from the soft sand and clear waters, are the chiringuitos, beach bars selling fresh fish, salads and cold drinks. Just wander up the beach in your swimming costume, sit down in the shade and tuck in - dress code is extremely informal, while the food is usually fresh and delicious.