Sevilla

Sevilla is the only Spanish city with an inland port, as the Guadalquivir river is navigable from its mouth in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, in the province of Cádiz. This advantage made Sevilla one of the most important places for international trade with the New World after the discovery of the Americas. Such was the volume…

Cordoba

Cordoba is a city with thousands of years of history that still preserves the legacy of a magnificent past and of the various cultures that have been part of it. It was the capital of Hispania Ulterior during the Roman occupation of the peninsula and of the Omeya Caliphate, when the population rose to a…

Granada

The beach and the countryside; culture and adventure; past, present and future; all of that is part of the city of Granada, the last bastion of Muslim Al-Andalus, retaken in 1492 by the Catholic Monarchs. This wonderful city is located in the foothills of Sierra Nevada, one of the most amazing regions of the peninsula…

Malaga

Founded by the Phoenicians and later occupied by the most prominent Mediterranean civilizations (Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Muslims…), Malaga is a bustling and vibrant city, with spots full of art and history. It has been the cradle of great artists like Picasso. It is the capital of Costa del Sol, very close to Marbella, one of…

Cadiz

Founded by the Phoenicians, Gadir is considered to be the most ancient city of the Western world. It has thousands of years of history that have been influenced by the different cultures that coexisted in the city. It is also known as “Tacita de Plata” or “Silver Cup” and it keeps the essence of a…