Spain in-depth: Tourist attractions

White villages in Spain

Square in Frigiliana
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Los Pueblos blancos, Andalusian white villages

The white villages in Spain are located in Andalusia and are normally referred to as the “Pueblos blancos”. They are charming, white-washed, villages and towns with white walls and very special locations. 

The Pueblos blancos are perfect for a road-trip in Southern Spain and they make for one of the most romantic trips in Europe. 

Viewpoint Setenil de las Bodegas

The Andalusian white villages are one of Spain´s top tourist attractions

Some of Spain´s most beautiful white villages

Calle de las Cuevas de luz in Setenil

Setenil de las bodegas, the white village built on the rocks in Cadiz

Setenil de las bodegas is a small white village located in the province of Cadiz. Its surname says a lot about Setenil. “De las bodegas” refers to the many caves in the rocks of this village. Some of its houses are literally built on the rocks and it is easy to imagine Neolithic caves that served as dwellings for hunting groups. One of Spain´s hidden gems for sure!

Wooden roof in Pampaneira

Pampaneira, the beauty of La Alpujarra

Pampaneira is one of the most charming villages in Las Alpujarras, and one of the highest.

With its 2 sisters, Capileria and Bubión, they shape a beautiful landscape of white villages in the Sierra. The charm comes at a price, and this merit has also brought along an increasing number of visitors. Las Alpujarras is a land of white villages south of Granada and the Sierra Nevada.

Square in Frigiliana

Frigiliana, a jewel in the Axarquia

Frigiliana is located in Malaga, Spain. Frigiliana is a stunning white village near the beautiful sierra de Tejada, which is a natural park. Beautiful landscapes, narrow white streets and an amazing square are among the chamrs offered by Frigiliana, a perfect day excursion from Malaga

Ronda city guide

Ronda city guide

Andalusia is home to many amazing cities, one of which is Ronda. Find out what makes it so special.

Arcos de la Frontera

Arcos de la Frontera

Arcos de la frontera is one of the jewels in the province of cadiz. It is a picturesque town on a rock on the North bank of the Rio Guadalete. From there it rises like a spectacular amphitheatre. Arcos de la Frontera was known as Medina Arkosh in Arab times, the name was changed after its seizure by Alfonso X in 1250. The Arab alcázar was succeeded by the castle of the Dukes of Arcos.