Following trips only give small impression of what you can be enjoyed in Andalusia. Of course the number of attractions and things to do is much more extensive than can be mentioned on our site. The activities mentioned below are on a reasonable short distance and ideal for a day trip.

Frigiliana: this typical "pueblo blanco" is just a 10-minute drive from Nerja. The village is acclaimed most beautiful white village of Andalusia. The old town is car- free, you can stroll around the picturesque streets and enjoy a snack and a drink on the lovely church square. The village is also known for its "Festival de 3 Culturas", in which the joint history of the Catholics, the Moors and the Jews is celebrated (annual, end of August). Don't forget your camera!

- Málaga: in Malaga there are various possibilities. For example, you can shop in the historical center. For art and culture lovers it is nice to visit a little cultural centre at the birth House of the famous painter Pablo Picasso. Just outside the historical centre but within easy walking distance you will find the "Alcazaba", a military building built by the Moors in the 11th century. Another nearby point of interest is the bullfighting arena "Plaza de Toros". There is a museum where you will get an impression of the world of bullfightin.




- Granada: Granada is located at the foot of the mountain range "Sierra Nevada" where many winter sports enthusiasts spend many hours during the winter. For those who keep culture this city is an absolute must. Granada is famous for the medieval Palace "Alhambra" with treasures of Moorish and Catholic culture. In Granada is the Arab district Albaicin ". This district has winding streets and houses that date back to the 14th century. The city walk of about 1.5 – 2 hours is highly recommended!

The Alhambra