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Cities of Andalusia

From Casa Lobera you can visit beautiful cities mentioned below. Each city has its own character, style and atmosphere. In order to get an impression please check out the videos on the right. Once you stay with us, we will tell you even more so you can choose which city you prefer. You may want to see them all!


Malaga is a relaxed city with a nice centre and largely pedestrian area. There is plenty of cheap parking. The upper Gibralfaro Castle is an eye-catcher. The Picasso Museum and Carmen Thyssen Museum are a must. The centre offers many specialty shops and the new entertainment district Muelle Uno around the harbor with trendy shops and many restaurants is certainly worth a visit. Malaga's star restaurant is situated here as well. You can also visit the market Mercado Atarazanas which has been returned in original condition. The fish stalls there sell the best of two oceans. In August people party a week long during the great Feria de Málaga with fireworks, dance, food and drinks, traditional Andalusian outfits and horses of course.

Granada and the Alhambra

Granada is unforgettable with its dramatic location, the snow-covered Sierra Nevada in the background and the world famous Alhambra overlooking the town. The Alhambra is a world heritage site and is described as sensational, brilliant, sensual and a wonder of the world. It is absolutely worth a visit. Please make sure to book a ticket online well in advance


The town of Ronda is divided in half by a gorge. The bridge over this gorge became world famous and the town was the setting of many movies.


Seville is the capital of Andalusia. This particular town has a beautiful palace named Alcazar with its impressive gardens right in the city centre. You will find the striking Torre del Oro and the Giralda tower. According to experts the Maria de la Sede Cathedral is the largest Gothic church building in the world. The Guadalquivir river flows through the city and ends in the sea at the largest nature reserve of Europe called Doñana. The Triana district is the area where the cradle of many flamenco artists stood. 


The enchanting Mezquita, the great mosque of Cordoba, counts more than 850 pillars with red and white arches. Before 1523 the mosque even had 400 pillars more. These were removed to build a church in the middle of the mosque. When the church was finished, Charles V regretted that he had given permission for building it. However, the spell is still there and the building is even more special because of its construction.


Flamenco in Granada 

Ronda in 3 minutes

'Feria de Abril' in Seville