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Enjoy the Spanish culture

Andalusia is often called the real Spain because the roots of Spanish culture are present most clearly. Think of the passionate flamenco music that sometimes lasts for days and nights. But also the food is different than we are used to. People here take ample time for meals. The pace is clearly lower. So relax!

Many faces

Landscape, nature and climate of the province of Andalusia have many faces. In the Sierra Nevada you will find the Mulhacén, the highest mountain in Spain (3,482 m). Cabo de Gata in Almería is the driest place in Europe: a beautiful desert area that looks like Arizona or New Mexico. In Andalusia you will also find one of the rain areas of Spain, the Sierra de Grazalema. In addition to the well-known busy tourist beaches of Torremolinos and Gibraltar there are also quiet beaches in the fertile region of Axarquía and on the Costa de la Luz. Whatever you want, you will find it here.

Music and flamenco

Flamenco contains Indian, Jewish, Turkish, Arab, North African and Spanish influences. The music is developed by gypsies and rooted finally in the Spanish culture. Nowadays youth dances on the flamenco nuevo, with influences from jazz and rap. But also in the traditional flamenco there is plenty of cooperation between musicians from different generations. You could be just an unexpected witness when someone suddenly starts to sing in a village pub.

Rich culture and history 

25,000 years after the first petroglyphs were made, quite a number of influences washed on Andalusia. The Visigothic and Vandal, Phoenician and Roman, Carthaginian and Roman influences are still clearly visible today. Visit the Andalusian cities of Cordoba, Seville, Granada, Nerja and Gibraltar and you will see how much still reminds to the time that Andalusia was called Al-Andalus.

Get acquainted with the Andalusian cities and view the videos. It's worthwhile to visit these places from Casa Lobera.

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