Villas in Andalucia and Apartments by Holiday Lettings

Why Andalucia?

With its passionate blend of historic cities, inspiring architecture, fiery flamenco dancers and fabulous beaches, Andalucia is, unsurprisingly, one of the most favoured regions in Spain.

Endless Sunshine

12 hours a day of solid, unfaltering sunshine sound good? Then come to Andalucia! Seville, the region’s capital, has been nicknamed “the frying pan of Europe” for its soaring summer temperatures. On the coast, the Costa de la Luz and the Costa del Sol offer sun-baked sands from Playa de Islantilla, near Portugal, to the Gulf of Almeria.

Mountain Landscape

Andalucia is home to the Sierra Nevada National Park; the second-highest mountain range in Europe after the Alps. A hiker’s paradise, it boasts steep-sided gorges dropping into beautiful mountain lakes, a mesmerising variety of plant and wildlife, and the pretty Alpujarras villages which cling to the cliffside.

Sizzling Cities

Andalucia is spoilt with historic cities. Three of its most glorious form Spain’s Golden Triangle: first is Granada, with its iconic Alhambra palace; second is Cordoba, with its spectacular Mezquita church; and third is Seville, with the Alcazar castle. And on the coast, the urban splendour continues in the picturesque port cities of Cadiz and Malaga.

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Places to stay in Andalucia

Places to visit in Andalucia

Province of Granada

The Alhambra Palace is, without doubt, one of the most breathtaking buildings in Spain. And it’s Granada’s crowning glory. This one-time medieval fortress is made even more spectacular by the Sierra Nevada mountains, another of Granada’s main attractions, in the background.

Costa de la Luz

Its name means ‘coast of light’ and with bright, sun-bleached sand that goes on for miles and miles, it’s no surprise why. Running from the Portuguese border in Huelva Province to the southern tip of Spain just a few miles from Africa, it has something for everyone: windswept beaches (havens for kite and windsurfing), secluded coves, and fascinating cities.

Province of Almeria

This unspoilt region of Spain rises from a coastline bathed by the warm waters of the Mediterranean up to the mountainous Sierra de Gador. One of the most beautiful areas of Almeria is the Almanzora River valley, with almond and orange blossom covering the trees in spring.


If you’re looking for a vibrant port city with fine dining restaurants, historic architecture and a thriving art scene, then look no further than Málaga. This eclectic cultural capital is a haven for foodies, shopaholics and budding historians alike.

Things to do in Andalucia

Sierra Nevada National Park

Ski and hike your way over the breathtaking terrain of the second highest mountain range in Europe.

The Alhambra

A fortress in 889 AD, a palace from 1333, and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

La Mezquita

Experience this remarkable mosque-turned-cathedral in the ancient city of Cordoba.

Costa del Sol

Sun-drenched beaches stretch for miles and make this an eternally popular destination.


Explore a fascinating city famed for flamenco, horse-riding and sherry.

Tivoli World

Benalmadena, on the Costa del Sol, is home to this thrilling and crowd-pleasing amusement park.

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Top Destination reviews

Casa Girasol in own olive grove with plunge pool
A little bit of heaven in Andalucia

My husband and I have just returned from our 5th visit and stay at Casa Girasol. I have lost count of the number of weeks in total but it must amout to about eight. In 2015 we visited in January, April, October and so far in 2016, in February and Mar … see more
Charming & historic San José apt 1A in Albaicin
Exceptional apartment in great location

This apartment is ideal in many ways and significantly enhanced by having an on-site manager for arrival, departure, security, and local tips. The owner and manager provided exceptional instructions and communications -- clearly the best of the five … see more
Studio with views to sea and pool/gardens with Air conditioning an Wifi

Couldn't ask for more lovely apartment in a great location definitely be back thank you Helen for the complimentary bottle of wine … see more
Villa Lorenzo
Fabulous villa in quiet location with good views of the coast and mountains.

We have stayed at this villa on numerous occasions with both friends and extended family and it has never failed to impress, It is well appointed and maintained, has all mod cons, lovely garden terrace and pool with fabulous views of the mountains an … see more
1st floor Beachfront apt with breathtaking views
Loved the Sea-view

We had a lovely 10days in the 2bedroom Tamarindos,it was like home from home,very spacious&everything you needed(just missed a microwave)..Loved sitting on the balcony in the morning in the Sunshine watching the world go by&people watching on the Pas … see more
Apartment 1B Block 3, Medina Del Zoco, Calahonda
Excellent Accommodation

The accommodation is just as explained, if not better. The location is excellent, the apartment was immaculate and had everything required by a family of 4 (2 children aged 10 and 12 years). The gardens and complex are clean and tidy. Security is one … see more

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