When you think of Andalucia, pastimes like sightseeing, lazing on the beach or sipping on a cold drink at an outdoor café might come to mind. But your visit to Andalucia needn’t be limited to just the usual activities. See the region from a more exhilarating perspective by experiencing Andalucia and Costa del Sol via one of these especially adventurous things to do.
It would be easy to become obsessed with Valencia’s once-walled-in old quarter of tiny, maze-like streets. But you’d be missing out if you never made it a little farther south, past the street Gran Via del Marques del Turia, and into the particularly trendy Ruzafa neighborhood.
Lucky you: you’re heading back to Granada, which might very well be Spain’s most beautiful and spectacular city. But gosh, there’s a lot that makes this Andalucian city so very special, which means you shouldn’t be short on activities for your return. With that in mind, here’s a list of what to see and do on a second trip to lovely Granada.
Maybe you’re heading to Malaga for the beaches and sunshine –- but really you should come for the museums. From galleries filled with artwork by world-famous artists to unexpectedly awesome exhibits that make up some of the city’s most intriguing stops, Malaga’s top museums shouldn’t be missed.
Welcome to Cordoba – a city filled with rich and diverse history and also a region that produces some of Spain’s favorite wines. So beyond just seeing the sights, be sure to make time for some wine tasting too. Here are a few of great ways to make that happen:
There’s a lot to see and do in Andalucia and Costa del Sol, but not just one way to see and do them. Indeed, visiting the sights isn’t just limited to walking around, and savoring the gastronomy certainly needn’t only go down in a restaurant. Whether you fancy a high-flying adventure in a hot air balloon, a calorie-burning ride into the Spanish hills or a soothing soak in an old-world Arabian bath, here are seven unique ways to experience Andalucia and Costa del Sol.