Complimentary travel insurance for international visitors
Welcome to Andalusia. Come and stay in our beautiful region and receive free travel insurance for the duration of your stay. All non-resident international travellers will be provided with free travel insurance, including cover for COVID-19, when residing in regulated tourism establishments such as hotels, B&Bs, holiday rentals etc. in Andalusia between 1 January and 31 December 2021.
Andalusia’s natural attractions
Home to two National Parks, including the largest natural park in Spain, a biosphere reserve, and more than 64 million olive trees, Andalusia’s interior is an immensely rich destination.
Venture inland and discover a natural landscape with a wealth of artisan-produced food and wine, a network of secondary roads, bridleways and footpaths, and numerous Unesco World Heritage sites. A champion of responsible tourism, Andalusia offers everything from biodiversity and geoheritage to starlight reserves and agrotourism.
The jewels of Andalusia
Discover the four jewels of Andalusia; the Geoda de Pulpí, a giant geode stretching eight metres long by almost two metres wide found in the Sierra del Aguilón, Almería. The Cabo de Gata – Nijar Maritime-Terrestrial Natural Park, Almería’s protected coastal area famous for its extensive volcano rock formations. The Gruta de las Maravillas in Huelva is a network of limestone caverns, often called the Cave of Wonders. Finally, the Minas de Río Tinto in Huelva, a former mining village which dates back to Roman times.
Have a first look at our jewels in this video
Sun & beach Andalusia
Vast unspoilt sandy beaches, majestic sea cliffs, salt marshes teeming with wildlife, and a little-known underwater world just waiting to be discovered, it’s easy to be captivated by Andalusia’s spectacular coastline.
With plenty of sunshine, a temperate year-round climate, and almost a thousand kilometres of coastline scattered with soft, sandy beaches, whether you relax by the shore or experience the thrill of kitesurfing and sailing, Andalusia’s coastline is a veritable paradise for your next holiday.