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Holiday Letting Price Information in Andalucia
We summarised price information data in the above graph to give you more insights into prices in Andalucia. Prices reach their highest point in August, when prices are an average of £112 a night (10/08 - 17/08). Holiday letting prices go down to £74 per night in November (09/11 - 16/11).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Andalucia
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Andalucia. The week with the lowest percentage of available properties is in August (03/08 - 10/08). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in November (23/11 - 30/11).
The Weather in Andalucia
Above are the weather conditions for Andalusia. July is the warmest month in Andalucia, with average daily maximum temperatures of 36°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Andalucia, with temperatures falling below 0°. The rainiest month is March, while the driest month is July.
Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere with a holiday letting in Andalucia
Find your ideal holiday apartment or holiday house in Andalucia and start planning your visit to this stunning region in southern Spain. A land home to mountains, beaches, and thriving cities, the area typifies the unrushed pace of Mediterranean life. Whether you’re keen to take in the architectural gems in Seville and Granada or soak up the sun on Almería’s beaches, you’ll have comfort and convenience with a holiday home.
Eating Out in Andalucia
Food is the heart of Andalucian life and the rhythm of the day is dictated by mealtimes. The preferred mode of eating here is tapas, where small portions of food are ordered as needed in between cañas (small beers). Order a beer in the Granada region of Andalucia and you’ll typically get a free tapas dish. If in Seville, make sure you get your tapas at El Rinconcillo, the oldest tapas bar in Spain and quite possibly the world. Note that eating times are well established in Andalucia and restaurants tend to close between 4pm and 8:30pm.
Climate of Andalucia
Andalucia’s climate directly feeds into the region’s relaxed way of life. Winters are mild, though the air turns cool once the sun sets. The most pleasant weather occurs in spring and autumn, whilst it can become very hot during July and August. You may even notice that the streets are deserted as locals retreat to cooler climes.
Highlights of Andalucia
Visitors to Seville will be astounded by the Real Alcázar, a royal palace that lies in the heart of the city. This UNESCO World Heritage Site has been a filming location for Game of Thrones, and whilst the Moorish palace is impressive, the real draw is the breathtaking gardens.
Seville's other UNESCO World Heritage Site, Seville Cathedral, dominates the city centre. This Gothic church is the third largest in the world, and the largest official cathedral. Climb to the top of the Giralda, the famous bell tower, for mesmerising views over the city.
Plaza de España
Seville’s Plaza de España is a true architectural gem. Built for the expo of 1929, it is the premier example of both Moorish revival and Renaissance revival found anywhere in Andalucia. The surrounding park, Maria Luisa Park, is a cornucopia of treasures, including flower beds, fountains and pavilions.
Cathedral of Córdoba
The Cathedral of Córdoba is one of the most admired Moorish buildings in Spain. Its rich history involves both Muslim and Christian worshippers sharing the cathedral, and it is indeed sometimes referred to as "The Great Mosque".
Granada's Alhambra dates back to AD889. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the palace and fortress is famous for its intoxicating blend of Islamic and Christian architecture and is one of Andalucia's most visited attractions.
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