Traveling Through Andalusia to Morocco

One of the greatest Spanish Autonomous Community has to be Andalusia boasting of the largest population in Spain with a varied landscape, pleasant climate and friendly locals.

With 3000 hours of sunshine each year, its long stretches of beaches draw in millions of tourists annually.


The eight provinces of Andalusia give this Autonomous Community its pride. Almeria, Cordoba, Cadiz, Granada, Jaen, Seville, Huelva and Malaga tempt tourists with their manifold beauty and historical sights with Seville as the Community’s capital.

The Atlantic Ocean rolls along the fine sandy coast of Cadiz and Huelva while the Mediterranean Sea flows to Almeria from the famous Strait of Gibraltar. With the Guadalquivir River crossing its path and moving along a monumental track, Andalusia boasts of high mountain ranges such as Sistemas Beticos and Sierra Morena.

Strait of Gibraltar

Traveling to Morocco? This is the best way to get there. The landscape is stunning and it is actually not a long trip. The strait is only 14 miles long. If you are going for the first time you should find a good travel guide first to learn the good and bad points, and how to cross the estreito de gibraltar the best way and without any problems.

From the beach to the mountain, Andalusia has plenty to offer its visitors. In between, one will enjoy the wide range of flora and fauna with its quaint whitewashed villages, rich folklore, culture and traditions.