The Towns of Andalusia

The Towns of Andalusia Travel Guide

The olive oil mill has been the favorite of Spain's royal family for four generations.

Southern Spain has many brilliant colors: a flash of red on a whirling flamenco dancer; the peachy pinks of tropical flowers on the walls of an Arabic-style courtyard.

The tour operator conducts excursions that immerse guests in the authentic life and culture of the country’s great wine regions (Rioja, Ribera del Duero, and beyond).

Based in Chelsea, Heritage Tours Private Travel arranges custom-designed luxury trips to destinations across the globe, including Morocco, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, and all of southern Africa.

Where: Seville, Spain, crossing the Guadalquivir River.

 

Stats: 820 feet long; 465 feet high.

On Thursday evenings in Seville, this performance group presents the rising stars of flamenco singing of love lost and found.

Six giant sculptural sunshades soar 90 feet above the plaza and resemble, depending on whom you ask, a cluster of giant mushrooms, roiling clouds, or gargantuan waffle chips.

Juan Morillo's olive oil mill has a small museum, which displays a scale model of an ancient Spanish olive press.

To avoid a big bill at dinner—or stave off hunger until your 10 p.m.

The tiny oil mill produces just 30,000 bottles of olive oil each year.

Roger Davies runs this culinary tour company specializing in food and wine tours.

In the Rioja, the Baigorri winery was designed by Basque architect Iñaki Aspiazu.

Recommended by Judith Wolf, one of T+L's 2010 A-List travel agents.