Almeria Coast


Alméria is in the southeast corner of Andalucia and gets the most sunshine and least rainfall in the region. It has one of Europe's largest energy plants and is also one of the most productive agricultural areas with more than 10,000 hectares cultivated commercially. It is home to the Cabo de Gata-Nijar Natural park with its wonderful wildlife areas and large coastal reserve.

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Cadiz Coast - Costa de la Luz


The province of Cádiz has miles of beautiful beaches on two coastlines: Costa del la Luz on the Atlantic Coast and the Costa del Sol along the Mediterranean coast. Its Atlantic coastline is a favourite of windsurfers and birdwatchers.
The city of Cadiz is steeped in history. It was originally founded by the Phoenicians in 1100 BC. It has a number of museums including an archaelogy and art museum with Phoenician exhibits.

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The Alcazar in Cordoba


Córdoba is known for its production of sherry-like white wine and olive oil. Cordoba city was founded by the Romans due to its strategic location on the Guadalquivir River, which was used for shipping the olive oil and wine back to Roman.
In the 10th century city the became the western capital of the Islamic empire and a great "Mesquita" or Mosque was built which became one of the largest in Islam. Later the Christians built the "Alcazar" or Fortress in 1328.

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Granada's Costa Tropical


Granada is a province of vastly variable landscapes and climates making it possible ski in the Sierra Nevada mountains and sunbathe on the beaches of the Costa Tropical in the same day.
The city of Granada, last Moorish city in Spain to fall to the Christians in 1492, is home to the Alhambra, a magnificent Moorish palace/fortress built in the 14th century and one of the most architecturally studied buildings in Europe.

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Donana National Park in Huelva


Huelva is the least visited of Andalucia's provinces. It is right next to Portugal and has miles of beaches along the Atlantic coast, known as the Costa de la Luz, which continues into Cadiz province.
Also of interest is the Parque Nacional de Doñana, an important wetland areas and home to a multitude of wildlife.

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Cathedral in the city of Jaen


Jaen is well known for its abundance of olive trees which dominate the landscape. It is the world's leading producer of olives and olive oil.
The city of Jaen has a diverse history of Moorish, Jewish and Christian influences and its architecture reflects this with historic monuments such as a Renaissance Cathedral, hilltop Moorish castle, several churches and palaces and 11th century Arab baths.

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Costa del Sol beach in Malaga province


Malaga is best known for its resort areas along the Costa del Sol, such as Marbella and Torremolinos, but there is much more to the province than just the resort areas: from secluded traditional villages in the Ronda mountains to the historic city of Malaga itself.
Malaga city is the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and is home to a number of museums which exhibit his work including the 16th century Museum of Fine arts, next to a magnificent Renaissance cathedral.

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Sevilla on the banks of the Guadalquivir River


Sevilla province is best known for its capital, the city of Sevilla (also known as Seville). The city lies on the banks of the Guadalquivir river and is one of the largest historical centres in Europe.
Its cathedral is one of the largest in Christendom and there is also the Minaret of La Giralda, the Alcazar Palace, the Casa de Pilatos and the Archive of the Indies, to name of few of numerous historical buildings and monuments.

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