Is the most important monument in the Islamic Western world and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984. In its architecture can be seen the Omeya’s influence in Spain. As well as other important architectural styles such as Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque.

Nowadays, our Mosque is used as a Cathedral devoted to worship. Under Visogothic’s domination, the “San Vicente” Basilica was built in the same place where the primitive mosque stood.

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Bordering the Mediterranean Sea, with more than 150 km of coastline, in the south of the province of Malaga, on the southern Iberian Peninsula. Its name is not a coincidence, with more than 325 days of sun in the year together which together with its excellent weather makse Malaga a region which is a world-renowned tourist destination.

In the Coast of the Sun, you can discover a wide range of monuments declared World Heritage Sites, with amazing coasts and inland, lovely white towns nestle amongst the hills, where you can enjoy their local gastronomy and traditions.

Around 203 km of distance

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Seville, capital of Andalusia, has a wide influence from the people and cultures that lived there throughout its long history such as the Romans, Arabs, Renaissance people, Baroque people, etc. which together with its traditional customs make Seville a cosmopolitan, religious, traditional, flamenco city. We could add many more adjectives to this marvellous city, which is the city where the Spanish and Andalusian themes can be seen in their highest brightness. This city has many important cultural, social and touristic monuments that you can visit such as the Giralda, the Cathedral, the Royal Palace, the Torre del Oro, the Maestranza (a bull ring), Maria Luisa’s Park, Saint Telmo’s Palace, the city council, the city centre, the Factory of Tobacco, etc. These have made Seville one of the most universal and well-known cities in the world, and why it has been such an inspiration to numerous writers, painters and artists, in general.

Around 184 km of distance.

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The Alhambra is a Palatial Andalusian city situated in Granada, Spain. It is composed of a wide range of castles, gardens and fortresses (palace) which was home to an authentic citadel within Granada itself. In the Alhambra, the monarch lived together with his court. Its real attractives, like in other Islamic buildings of that age, are not only its well-decorated interiors, but also its localisation and adaptation, creating a new scenery which is totally integrated with the pre=existing nature. In 2015, The Alhambra was one of the most visited monuments in Spain with 2 474 231 of visitors.

Around 92 km of distance

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In the heart of the “Penibetico” Mountain System, inside Monachil’s (Granada) municipal area, is the Sierra Nevada, the most southern ski resort of Europe that shelters the highest summits of the Iberian Peninsula, “Veleta” (3394 m) and “Mulhacen” (3478 m), all this within 100 km from the Mediterranean Sea and Tropical Coast.

With 115,6 km for skiing in 120 marked tracks, the quality of its snow, exceptional treatment of its tracks and the complementary offer of leisure facilities, make the Sierra Nevada an unmissable experience for both the skier and the adventure seeking tourist of the 21st century.

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