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Historic cities, whitewashed villages and buzzing beach resorts

Our luxury villas in Andalucia all offer outstanding views. This is the largest region in Spain, with a landscape defined by its rugged mountains, plunging gorges and sandy beaches. If you’re looking for authenticity, opt for a traditional hilltop cortijo with distant sea views, or choose a family villa surrounded by olive and fruit trees near the whitewashed village of Ronda. All our villas have private pools so you can make the most of the sun-drenched Mediterranean climate.

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January
11°C
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February
12°C
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March
15°C
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April
17°C
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May
20°C
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June
25°C
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July
28°C
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August
28°C
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September
25°C
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October
20°C
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November
15°C
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December
12°C
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About Andalucia

It may be renowned for its beach resorts along the Costa Del Sol, but there’s much more to Andalucia. Its fishing villages and historic cities are ripe for exploring, with cities like Granada full of Moorish architecture and tropical gardens. Málaga Province is home to some of our finest properties, with views towards the Morocco coast. Book a stay here and you’ll be close to Marbella, full of superyachts and fashionable boutiques. Our luxury villas in Andalucia are well placed for discovering the wider region. Villa Sancha is a family villa near the white village of Ronda. Perched beside a deep gorge, it’s surrounded by cork forests and mountains. Seville has Roman ruins, Moorish palaces and old Jewish quarter that’s a maze of white alleyways and squares. While you’re here, don’t miss the tapas scene. It’s arguably the best in Spain. Hilltop Andalucian villa, La Maroma is also ideal for foodies. This carefully restored Spanish cortijo can be booked with the option of its own private chef, David Palacios. To the east of Villa Maroma is Granada, home to one of Spain’s most well-known attractions, the Alhambra. This Moorish palace dates back to the 14th century and is a feast of ornately decorated courtyards and fragrant gardens. Whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or a mix of both, you’ll find what you’re looking for in this sultry corner of Spain.

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