If I had to pinpoint the absolute pinnacle of my European travels, I’d almost certainly be considering Andalusia in Southern Spain. Based in the enchanting city of Malaga, I spent countless weekends exploring the region over the course of a year between March 2016 and 2017.
Looking back, there were so many highlights. In terms of majesty and splendour, it’s hard to pick a favourite between The Alhambra Palace in Granada, The Mezquita mosque cathedral in Córdoba and the sweeping expanse of Plaza de España in Seville.
Moreover, I toured the tiny hilltop villages and the underrated towns. I also crossed off the beaches of The Costa del Sol, hiked the incredible landscapes of El Caminito del Rey and saw the whitewashed, moorish architecture of Frigiliana.
In fact, there’s so much to see and do it can be hard to know where to begin. Especially with so many unsung gems hidden away between the major sights. For all the details and more, why not Visit Andalusia with my articles on:
El Caminito del Rey
The Costa del Sol