The magnificent Nerja Caves are a series of huge caverns stretching for almost five kilometres and home to the world´s largest stalagmite, a 32 metres highc colum measuring 13 metres by 7 metres at his base.
The beaches of the province of Granada are called costa Tropical. Those are situated in a privileged strip of coastline in a subtropical micro-climate. Cliffs, coves and long beaches make up the landscape of this coveted coastline conquered by different civilizations.
The region’s mountain villages known as Las Alpujarras cling to the southern flanks of Sierra Nevada, cloven by Deep, sheltered valleys and gorges which run down towards the Mediterranean. The Alpujarra is famous because of its unique mini-ecology.
White villages of Andalucia
The whitewashed villages of Andalucia are impressive historical monuments in themselves and their people still live according to age-old traditions conserving their ancient charm.
Natural Reserve Doñana
Doñana National Park is a natural reserve in Andalucia. The Park is an area of marches, shallow streams and sand dunes in Las Marismas, the Delta where the Guadalquivir river flows into the Atlantic Ocean. The park features a great variety of ecosystems.
River cruise Guadalquivir
The Guadalquivir is the river that crosses the city of Sevilla being in addition the unique navigable river in Spain. The most distinguished monument of the city is contemplated from its waters.