Campsites in Andalucia

The glistening white villages, long sandy beaches, charming towns such as Malaga, Ronda and Marbella, Andalucia offers a wonderful holiday for the whole family.

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The Mediterranean Sea within walking distance
Outdoor pool, indoor pool and the sea
An Indian and Italian restaurant in the campground
Pleasant day shopping in Marbella
From: £612
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
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On the beautiful Costa de la Luz
Eating delicious tapas in the restaurant
To the pool or the white beach
Day trip to Cadiz
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Granada and Ronda

The south side of the Sierra Nevada is a green valley dotted with forests, terraces and Pueblos Blancos, the white villages that characterise this region. To the west of this mountain range you will find the best of Andalusia. Alhambra in Granada, a complex of palaces, is one of the most beautiful jewels of Spain. Ronda is a beautiful and ancient city, a must to visit, perched on the El Tajo gorge which is about 100 metres deep, in the province of Malaga north of Marbella.

Beautiful life on the coast

Spend the holidays at sea if you like but Andalucia has it all. In Marbella, for example, you will find many chic resorts, a pretty harbour full of luxury yachts and pleasant squares, churches and coffee. Worth a visit is the city of Malaga, surrounded by mountains and rich cultural attractions such as the ‘Alcazaba’ or Arab Castle ‘Castillo de Gibrafaro’. You should see the ‘Carihuela’ and ‘El Bajondillo’ of Torremolinos. Enjoy the good life here on the Costa del Sol in Andalusia.