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Andalusia Road Trip

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Photo: Christopher Sturman

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. There's no more romantic way to see Andalusia than from behind the wheel of a car, discovering the secret gardens and hidden white villages as you go.

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Inspired by: Dream Trips | 2008 — by Clark Mitchell, Published Jan. 2008

Hotels (3)

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    Casa Rural El Olivar

    Iznájar is the quintessential pueblo blanco, a whitewashed village rising from the hills of Andalusia. Two Belgian expats recently opened the five-

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    Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza

    At first glance, Las Casas del Rey de Baeza might seem like just another Andalusian residence (whitewashed façade, Moorish courtyards), but ins

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    Casa Morisca Hotel

Restaurants (3)

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    Alfaguara

    In Granada, stop for tea at this Moroccan teahouse in the ancient Moorish neighborhood of Albaicín.

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    Taberna Salinas

    Traditional dishes like serrano suckling pig and sautéed garbanzo beans are specialties at this restaurant in Córdoba.

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    Azafrán

    This Granadan newcomer incorporates Moroccan spices like coriander and cumin in its grilled bacalao. Book a table near the windows for a view of th

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    Fundación el Monte - Cajasol

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

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  • Andalusia on a Budget

    Granada, Cordoba

    So what if the euro is up and the dollar is down?That doesn’t mean you should skip a trip to Europe. You can still find great deals, even in pricey places. In Andalusia, Spain, the secret is simple

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  • Seville's Tapas Bars

    Seville

    A great tapas bar is like your soccer team or your favorite matador. If you truly love it, you’ll come and show your devotion to a tapas bar like La Flor de Toranzo—where the freshly baked Antequer...

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