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No matter if traveling top notch or on a constrained finances, this most sensible 10 advisor leads you to the simplest of Andalucia and the Costa del Sol. Dozens of 10 lists - from the pinnacle 10 seashores to the pinnacle 10 bodegas (sherry cellars), eating places, motels and museums - supply insider wisdom. Maps are integrated.

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The semidesert massif was designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1997. The zone is excellent for scuba-diving (see p49). d Map H4 Along the coast you’ll see agave, brought here from America in the 18th century. Also prickly pear, bullrush, club rush, oleander and arbutus. Wildflowers Look for the Cazorla violet, bubil lily, Nevada daffodil and white celandine. Andalucía’s Top 10 These include black and umbrella pine, holm oak, hazel, olive, citrus, cypress, juniper, ash and the rare Spanish fir.

The façade’s columns defy categorization, while the gallery evokes the Renaissance style, as does the double-tiered patio. The latter also sports a monumental Baroque staircase (see p29). 00 Puertollano NI Vélez Málaga Úbeda Huéscar Vélez Blanco A92N Baza 0 Lorca Macael Guadix Granada Dúrcal 9 Sorbas Lacalahorra Tabernas Almería Motril Nerja N340 A7 (E15) Vera 40 N3 San José A Mijas Marbella ) E15 7( 8 (E1 5) Loja A92N Málaga Puente de Génave A7 P4 (E5) A4 A 5 ) Mediterranean Sea 40 (E5 Algeciras Alcalá la Real N3 N43 N34 0 32 6 02) 3 ( E9 N32 45 Arcos de la Frontera Ronda Puerto Real 100 4 Osuna Antequera Jerez de la Frontera Atlantic Ocean N4 A 31 Alcalá de A92N Guadaira Dos Hermanas Cádiz Écija NIV A4 (E5) Valdepeñas La Carolina Linares Baeza Jaén N3 Seville 123 7 Córdoba N331 A45 Constantina Aracena N4 33 El Rocío Baños de la Enciña Montoro Espiel N432 03) 5 N630 (E8 Jabugo A49 (E1) Huelva Llerena VA 4 (E5) Almendral Rosal de la Frontera N433 Andalucía’s Top 10 Restored by the Christians, this 13thcentury castle towers above the town and affords spectacular views.

In season, you’ll encounter it in every bar, blaring out from the TV. Bullfighting In the Spanish view, this is not really a sport, but an art form, and to many Andalucíans, it embodies the soul of the region. The fight season runs from April to October and tickets are available from bullrings. Next the banderilleros enter on foot, sticking pairs of spikes in his back, to provoke the bull further into a frenzy. Matador In the final tercio the matador makes passes with the muleta cape, bringing the fight to its climax.

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