Spain is home to 44 UNESCO World Heritage sites, in this article we look at the top ten sites, as voted for by thelocal.es Number One: The Alhambra, Granada
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Located 113km from Malaga and 22km from Ronda and belonging to the comarca of Sierra de Ronda, is the quirky town of Júzcar. The town, once consisting of traditional white-washed buildings, has in recent years had a bit of a facelift….to say the least.
Spain is home to the second most UNESCO-designated Biosphere Reserves. It has some truly exceptional natural resources and you will find lots of natural attractions including lakes, mountains, valleys and forests. Spain has many national parks which are each distinctive in their own way, many of which are in Andalucía.
Andalucia is the second largest province in Spain and the most populated. Its regions are split into eight and include Almeria, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaén, Malaga and Seville. Andalucia has a vast array of attractions, catering both for tourists and residents, many of which have a rich cultural and historical identity. Andalucia was the… Read more »
Andalucia is a region of Spain steeped in historical buildings, palaces and mosques – many of which are heavily influenced in style by Moorish art and architecture. GRANADA – The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex located in the Granada region of Andalucia, roughly 1.5hrs from Malaga. With the Sierra Nevada Mountains as its… Read more »