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link to Ronda


Mount Ronda rises to an elevation of 730 meters above sea level and is home to the tiny city of Ronda in the province of Malaga. Ronda  This unique city, full of important historical events,...

link to Alhambra


The Alhambra is a Moorish fortress-palace in Granada, southern Spain. It is now a museum and one of Spain's most recognized and frequented tourist sites. Alhambra The Alhambra started as a...

link to Ruins of Italica

Ruins of Italica

Excavations of this nature often begin here. Describe the item briefly and add a photo of it in your ad. During the 17th century, Rodrigo Caro wrote a poem titled "To the Remnants of Italica",...

link to Andalusia


Spain's southernmost and cheeriest area is Andalusia (Andalucia). The region draws visitors because of its festivals and customs, ferocious ferias held year-round and friendly residents. Here, summer...

link to Marbella


Marbella is situated at the coastal Sierra Blanca foothills base, about 60 kilometres (km) southwest of Malaga. Attractiveness stems mainly from pleasant weather, with an annual average of more than...