Nestled at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada is the majestic Kingdom of Granada. Much like the other cities in Andalusia, Granada boasts an eclectic mix of old world European and North African influence, and a modern metropolitan flavor that draws in visitors by the hundreds of thousands.
El Caminito del Rey (the king’s little path) was once considered the world’s most dangerous hike. The walkway was repaired and recommissioned by the Spanish government in 2015 and now hosts hundreds of hikers per day.
Home to perhaps the most famous rock in the world, Gibraltar is a one-of-a-kind destination. Nestled below Spain’s southern border, this British territory offers as much natural beauty and epic history as can possibly be contained in 11,000 square miles.
From Spain, you can take a quick ferry trip across the Strait of Gibraltar and find yourself in a completely different world.
Córdoba and Seville are two of the largest cities in Andalusia. Both cities are steeped in historical significance and boast a unique mix of cultural heritage.