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#1/20
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4.75
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Granada is best known for the Alhambra and the Albayzin. But it has another big selling point, too - bet you didn't know that a night on the town would earn you a free dinner!... read more »
#2/20
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4.666665
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Destination: Malaga
More familiar as the gateway to the Costa del Sol, the breezy Mediterranean port of Malaga is also a perfect spot for art-lovers to while away a weekend... read more »
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Rating:
4.4
(9 comments)
Destination: Seville
Some Sevillianos are famous for being a bit 'pijo' - posh. They wear the most fashionable clothes, drive the elitist cars, and, more importantly for you, they eat in the most exquisite restaurants... read more »
#4/20
Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
Destination: Seville
Head to La Macarena district, a little-visited corner of Seville, for a glimpse of an older Spain ... read more »
#5/20
Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
It's autumn – but there are still places close to home with reliable sunshine, a low risk of rain and temperatures of up to 29C. From the Costa Blanca to Sicily, Crete and Sorrento, we pick the best... read more »
#6/20
Rating:
4.333335
(3 comments)
Destination: Seville
Trip type: Food and Drink
Tapas bars in Seville are some of the best in Spain. If you're looking for truly authentic dining, try a few of these favourites... read more »
#7/20
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Got three or four days to spare? Then head for the pretty pueblo of Mojácar in Almeria, where you can soak up the year-round sunshine, explore desert and beaches, and eat wonderful local food... read more »
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Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Malaga
Málaga is often considered little more than a gateway airport to the sunny beaches of the Costa del Sol, but there's more to it than that - this is a city that oozes culture, history and Spanish style... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Destination: Granada
A tour of the city of Granada in Spain in search of the very best in free food... read more »
#10/20
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Ronda
One of Spain's oldest, most romantic cities, Ronda has grown up around the plunging gorge of El Tajo. Look down if you dare - then check out these ideas for what else to do and where to eat and stay... read more »
#11/20
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Enjoy fiestas, siestas and your fair share of tapas in the thriving Andalucían city of Seville, with its Arab ancestry keenly evident in the iconic cathedral and grand palaces ... read more »
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4
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Destination: Malaga
The Spanish city of Malaga has everything for a perfect short break - easy transfer from the airport, one of the best climates in Europe, culture, bars and restaurants aplenty and an enormous beach ... read more »
#13/20
Rating:
3
(1 comment)
Destination: Granada
Granada offers a taste of the real Spain and a glimpse of the old Andalucia with its world famous tapas and incredible Moorish architecture... read more »
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Rating:
3
(1 comment)
For most, Malaga is simply a stepping stone to the busy resorts of the Costa del Sol. But take some time out in this magnificent city for a taste of the real Andalusia and the real Spain... read more »
#15/20
Rating:
3
(1 comment)
Destination: Ubeda, Jaen
UNESCO city Ubeda boasts Spain's finest Renaissance monuments. Stroll among the lion statues, sandstone monuments and refresh yourself with free tapas and cold beer... read more »
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0
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Head to Jerez in Andalucia for a chance to sample the town's amber nectar and catch a splash of colour at one of the local fiestas... read more »
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Málaga may be reinventing itself as a cultural destination but there’s a lot more to this unfairly overlooked Spanish jewel... read more »
#18/20
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0
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Discover an older, more exotic Granada in the narrow streets around the historic Albaycín. Scented teas, scented baths and splashing fountains offer you a short break fit for a sultan... read more »
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Conil de la Frontera is 60km from Tarifa, the windsurfers' mecca, and offers similar conditions without the crowds. For deserted beaches and peerless seafood, head for this idyll south of Cadiz... read more »
#20/20
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The birthplace of sherry and flamenco, Jerez is a jewel in the heartland of sunny Andalucía, full of baroque grandeur, cosy bodegas and historic Moorish beauty... read more »
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