Agriturismo Andalucia

Except for a country of passion, tapas and history, Spain is also a land of agriculture and agritourism. Some of its more rural regions provide the nation and Europe with amazing fruits, vegetables, crops and wine. Andalusia is the southernmost ‘comunidad’ in Spain. The region has derived a lot in terms of culture from its Moorish past. Tourism and more specifically agritourism are very important to the province.

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Agriturismo Andalucia

Except for a country of passion, tapas and history, Spain is also a land of agriculture and agritourism. Some of its more rural regions provide the nation and Europe with amazing fruits, vegetables, crops and wine. Andalusia is the southernmost ‘comunidad’ in Spain. The region has derived a lot in terms of culture from its Moorish past. Tourism and more specifically agritourism are very important to the province.

Agritourism is a relatively new type of travelling where you choose to stay in a farm or a plantation in order to get closely acquainted with the customs and traditions of farmers in the region. There is probably no better place to immerse yourself in rich culture, hundreds of years of agricultural tradition and a region, exceptionally rich in history, than Andalusia in Spain. This province has derived today’s progress through the hard work of farmers and sellers in the past, leading to the present position of Andalusia as one of the most economically developed regions throughout Europe as a whole.

A nature with a heartbeat

Andalusia’s climate is largely affected by two factors – five mountain ranges and the Mediterranean Sea together with the Atlantic Ocean. Almost 1/5th of the territory of Andalusia is mountainous terrain. There are a few nature reserves and national parks which deserve your time and attention.

The Doñana National Park is located in the heart of Andalusia. The territory of the park is famous for housing more than 300 bird species throughout the year, some of them breed and stay for the winter months, while others simply stop for a rest on their way to the north or south. Doñana National Park is known as the largest ecological reserve in Europe and its fauna is really fascinating. The whole area of the park presents an idyllic landscape with diverse vegetation and animal inhabitants.

La Breña Y Marismas De Barbate is a small national park, which despite its size, has a remarkably diverse ecosystem established on its premises. On a trip through the park, you will see pines on top of huge cliffs, dunes and marimas. The coastal part of this nature attraction is incredibly beautiful and the perfect place for photos to memorize the scenic routes.

Activities

Take a boat trip from the nearby port of Barbate and admire the coast of La Breña Y Marismas De Barbate National Park. There are also scuba-diving activities organized in the region, which will allow you to study one of the most important parts of the Spanish ecosystem – marine life.

For a great hike combined with stunning views, consider visiting El Torcal near Malaga. This is one of Spain’s best natural wonders and a unique park across the whole continent. The park is known as the “rock forest” due to the fact that it is densely covered in limestone rock formations, erected and looking like trees. Moreover, the vegetation has adapted fiercely to fit the landscape, allowing oaks and other trees to grow from and through the rocks. You can explore the landscape on one of many marked routes, and even go stargazing in the observatory which was established in the park a few years ago.