Exploring Andalucia: Make Everyday A Brand New Experience
by Alesha Wilson
Andalucia is sometimes spelled as Andalusia. It is a Spanish autonomous community that is mostly populated with its eight provinces, namely: Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaen, Malaga and lastly, its capital, Seville. The climate, its friendly inhabitants, and varied landscapes are factors that led to turn Andalucia as one of the most attractive regions in Spain.
The region has poor economy but has a very rich culture. The strong cultural identity of Andalucia may be observed in international cultural affairs. The flamenco, bullfighting, festivals, and Moorish architectural designs originated from Andalucia largely, if not entirely.
It also boasts of natural ports and kilometers of beaches of golden sand, natural parks, gardens, and museums art galleries. Andalucia is one of Europe’s foremost golfing destinations. Experience a homey accommodation whether along the coast, inland, or in the city as you explore Andalucia for romantic getaways, family holidays, or beach escapades.
Andalucia carries a highest annual average record of 3,000 hours of sunshine and least rainfall of all Europe, making it a home to Europe’s largest solar energy plant. Additionally, it has the clearest sky so as to accommodate the most powerful telescope in the continent.
There is simply a variety of activities Andalucia has to offer. Choose from windsurfing to golfing, from bird watching in wilder shorelines or viewing fine arts and crafts in galleries and museums. Call it a day as you savor traditional Spanish seafood cuisine in a garden, bar, terrace or in a private dining room. Explore Andalucia and make everyday a brand new experience.
Alesha Wilson writes for RockwellNutrition.com - leading natural health supplement website.