Discover a selection of more than 10,000 holiday rentals in Andalusia, ES that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including private pool and pool. Prices start at £ 32 per night, and villas and houses are popular options for a stay in Andalusia. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Andalusia charms everyone who visits

Imagine the sweet smell of orange blossom, the stomping of a flamenco dancer's shoes, passionate strumming by a Spanish guitar player and whitewashed houses glittering under a deep-blue sky. That's Andalusia: passionate, intense and exciting. It doesn't matter whether you're coming on a romantic break with your partner or bringing the kids for some family-fun in the sun, there's always an Andalusia holiday rental that fits the bill. Stone cottages up among the interior olive groves, apartments along the narrow streets or villas big enough for the whole family, next to the sun-drenched shores, are just a few of the possibilities.

History

Centuries of different rulers have all left their mark

It is thought that humans have been living along the Andalusian coast for more than 10,000 years, though it wasn't until the Roman legions arrived, in around 200 BC, that extensive development of the region began. Several centuries later, the Moors conquered the land and changed the culture, landscape and food forever. Arab traders brought spices that were introduced into the cuisine, while exquisite Islamic architecture was erected in the mountains and along the coast. Today, you'll find that Andalusia has a distinct culture that is quite different from the rest of its Spanish neighbours.

Things to do

Historical attractions aplenty near your Andalusia holiday rental

Attractions in Spain don't get more fascinating than those near your Andalusia holiday rental. If you're staying in Granada, it would be unthinkable not to visit to the Moorish palace of Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage monument that towers over the city from its hilltop spot. Then there's the Mezquita, which was once the largest temple in the Islamic world, but was converted into a cathedral. In Almeria, you can see the Moorish walled fortress, while Malaga has several world-class museums, which house everything from Picasso's paintings to classic cars. Alternatively, stay in Jerez de la Frontera and visit the sherry bodegas, to learn about their production and enjoy tastings.

How to get around

Getting around in Andalusia

Most people head to their Andalusia holiday let via one of the main airports in Malaga or Seville, though with so many commercial ports along the coast, it's perfectly possible to arrive by ferry. If you're coming from anywhere else in Spain, the efficient and reliable trains are one of the fastest options. If you're interested in more than just a fly and flop holiday and want to truly explore Andalusia, your best bet is to nab a rental car, which gives you the freedom to come and go as you please, and at your own pace.

Restaurants and bars

You'll eat well at an Andalusia holiday let

Like the rest of Spain, food plays a huge part in the culture, here. With mile upon mile of fishing coastline and year-round sunshine perfect for ripening fruits and vegetables, it's no surprise that the region is blessed with such quality produce. You'll find everything from local tapas bars serving up light bites to fine-dining restaurants with 3-course a la carte meals. Look out for gambas al pil pil, locally-caught prawns cooked in garlic chilli oil, cured jamon, from acorn-fed pigs, and light bowls of salmorejo, a refreshing soup made from little other than vine-ripened tomatoes, with olive oil and salt. For breakfast, you should indulge in churros, spiral-shaped doughnuts served with thick, melted chocolate.

How many holiday rentals are available around Andalusia?

Our 2020 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 33,530 holiday lettings around Andalusia. From 5 villas to 5 houses, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends for a long holiday or a weekend break.