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Highlights in Andalusia

  • Andalusia white villages
  • Sierra Nevada Mountains
  • Glamorous Sea Life Aquarium
  • Donana National Park

Best Holiday Homes & Rentals in Andalusia

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Chiclana De La Frontera, Costa De La Luz
Holiday Rental • 260 m² • 4 Bedrooms
(21 reviews)
The house is intended for families and quiet groups. No parties or noisy events are allowed. Due to the local regulation of Chiclana de la Frontera, it is forbidden to disturb the rest and tranquility of neighbors and pedestrians. Therefore, noises that may cause discomfort during the night, from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., are not allowed.Only a few meters from the famous, 7 km long beach Playa de la Barrosa on the Costa de la Luz, Chalet los tres pozos is situated in a quiet residential area and offers space for up to 10 persons. The high-quality and tastefully furnished villa has on 2 levels a sp...
from €294 / night
Cómpeta, Andalusia
Holiday Rental • 110 m² • 3 Bedrooms
(4 reviews)
*This is an ideal property for families. Only over 25 years old.*Only the guests specified in the contract are permitted on the property. Children, infants and babies must also be specified as individual persons. In case of overcrowding, Bookiply or the host is entitled to demand additional payment for the respective period of time. The landlord is also entitled to expel the excess persons from the property.Casa Oliana, a very nice holiday house in Spain near the coast, in the state of Andalusia, province of Malaga and there in the region of eastern Axarquia on the Costa del Sol (Mediterran...
from €112 / night
Arcos De La Frontera, White Villages
Holiday Rental • 210 m² • 7 Bedrooms
(4 reviews)
This beautiful holiday home with private pool in the prestigious urbanization "El Santiscal" in Arcos de la Frontera is located directly on the reservoir of Arcos de la Frontera, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the city and the extraordinary sunsets.The house is only 300 m from the reservoir where you can fish and only 600 m away, you will find the yacht club and an artificial beach with fine sand, where you can swim in the reservoir and do water sports.In just 3 km you reach Arcos de la Frontera, where you can enjoy the wonderful sights and gastronomy.The tap water in the ho...
from €110 / night

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Prices and availability

Holiday lettings prices Andalusia

€157for 4 Feb - 11 Feb
€193 annual average
Average price per week

Holiday lettings availability Andalusia

55%for 4 Feb - 11 Feb
60% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Holiday homes and rentals in Andalusia

Spectacular holiday homes

Andalusia is a land of vibrant architectural designs, stunning coastal buildings, and whitewashed houses. So, you can be sure to secure a holiday home in Andalusia. You can get a seaside holiday home in Nerja or stunning white buildings in the old town of Marbella. Also, significant cities like Cordoba Seville and Malaga have peaceful homes from where you can do shopping, stroll on the streets and have a taste of Spanish delicacies as you enjoy your holidays.

Cosy holiday homes for everyone

Holiday homes in Andalusia are beautiful and affordable. Expect comfortable furniture, clean bathrooms, and well-secured rentals, big enough to accommodate large families. They are spacious, children friendly, and most of them can accommodate pets. Some of them are equipped with private pools and high fences for security purposes since privacy is a top priority for travellers on holiday homes. Additionally, holiday homes in Andalusia offer various luxuries to keep you relaxed while indoors. For example, you can take bomb baths in the bathtubs, exotic wine and enjoy reliable internet.

Holidays in Andalusia

The area and getting around

A charming destination in Spain

Andalusia is located in the southwest of Spain. The region borders the Mediterranean Sea in the east and Portuguese border in the west. The capital city is Seville although there are other cities like Granada, Cádiz, Malaga and Cordoba. Andalusia is a prominent spot for tourists owing to its dynamic and stunning landscape. Let's talk about the coastal land; it is heart-stirring to spend time by the beach as you sip a sangria. It is no wonder why Andalusia is called sunbaked (Costa del Sol). Mountains like the Sierra Nevada look impressive during winter despite the impression that Andalusia is a God-forsaken plain.

Andalusia -the epitome of Spanish culture and history

Most cultural practices and events in Spain come from Andalusia. Additionally, there is a lot to learn from the Moorish and Christian culture. The region boasts monuments, traditional rural life and lively festivals. To learn more, visit the UNESCO awarded sites such as the Alhambra Palace and the mediaeval Albaicin in Granada as well as the tremendous historic centres and mosques in Cordoba and cathedrals in Seville. As for cultural events, there is the Easter week, Rocio pilgrimage in Huelva and April fair in Seville.

Travellers and activities

Andalusia for families

Travelling with kids? You want a secure accommodation that is affordable and a location that ensures excellent weather for your trip. Sandy beaches like Burriana beach in Malaga province are ideal for family activities, where you'll enjoy the sunny days along the beach as you participate in fun activities like volleyball and water sports. Another beautiful place to visit is the Sea Life Aquarium, Benalmádena. Here, you'll find a variety of sea creatures like eels, turtles, goldfish, sea turtles and nemos . Do you remember the film, Finding Nemo? The kids can identify orange and white nemos and also spot their blue counterparts.

Andalusia for sport lovers

Andalusia has it all for sport loving tourists. You can spend quality time biking in Sierra de Grazalema natural park or on Sierra Nevada mountains. Additionally, beaches along the Mediterranean are perfect spots for windsurfers to take off the ground. The most popular places for windsurfing is Costa de La Luz and Tarifa beach. Alternatively, if you enjoy skiing, you can practice that at Sierra Nevada skiing resort. The best time to go skiing is during the winter until April or May.

Andalusia is the location for your favourite series like Game of Thrones and Indiana Jones.

Top 5 travel tips in Andalusia

1. Take a road trip to the white villages

White villages are old Spanish villages lying on hilltops. In the past; they were built on hills to spot enemies. To get the value of a tour in white villages, take a road trip through the white village route. Again the community is all white; for protection from the fierce summer sun.

2. Visit Doñana National Park in Huelva

Doñana has a variety of activities to explore. Go hiking and enjoy the natural land, cycling and horse riding. Also, you may spot flamingos, deer or endangered species like an Iberian lynx.

3. Marbella old town

Take a stroll in old Marbella on the narrow streets filled with beautiful flowers. Also, you'll get an opportunity to enjoy great food and coffee in the white villages.

4. Bolonia Beach, Tarifa

It is a perfect place to wind up or hang out with kids. Near the beach is a pine forest and the tallest sand dunes in Spain.

5. Tabernas Desert, Almeria

You will discover the only desert in Europe that covers over 280 kilometres of land and a top location for most popular films. People visit this place to pay homage to great filmmakers like Steve McQueen.

FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Andalusia

How much do the holiday rentals in Andalusia cost on average?

Based on our data, Andalusia has an average price of €140.88 per night, which is a relatively high one for a region in Spain.

When are holiday rentals cheaper in Andalusia?

If it is your aim to save the maximum amount during your visit to Andalusia, you should travel in January (€116.44 per night on average), February (€119.76), or March (€122.08) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

When are holiday rentals more expensive in Andalusia?

When it comes to renting a holiday home in Andalusia, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of July (with an average of €170.51 per night), followed by August (€167.43), and June (€154.95).

Do I need to plan a trip to Andalusia well in advance?

If you decide to discover Andalusia, we recommend planning your travels long before you go because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 48% in the year 2020.

Which months offer the highest availability?

The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are May (with an availability of 63%) November (62.25%), and June (61.25%), according to the trends observed in 2020.

Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?

The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 31.2% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by July (42.5%), and February (45.4%).

How many homes are available in Andalusia?

In Andalusia we work with 135 different partners to give you a choice of 50000 properties, so you will not be short of options!

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