Glamping Andalusia

Andalusia is a Spanish autonomous community located in the southernmost parts of the Iberian Peninsula. Except for its wealth of cultural and historical artefacts, the Andalusian territory also includes some of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain – Cordoba, Granada, and Seville, to name a few.

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Glamping in Andalusia

Andalusia is a Spanish autonomous community located in the southernmost parts of the Iberian Peninsula. Except for its wealth of cultural and historical artefacts, the Andalusian territory also includes some of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain – Cordoba, Granada, and Seville, to name a few.

Andalusia has a vast and varied landscape which can be best explored if you fully immerse yourself into the Andalusian nature. One of the best ways to do that without compromising your comfort and the availability of contemporary amenities is to try glamping. Glamping is an upgraded version of camping (glamorous camping) where you are able to enjoy hotel-like facilities while still being close to nature. Our glamping options include tents, yurts, as well as cottages.

Andalusian nature

Sierra Nevada is a mountain range in Andalusia, and the highest mountain in the country. Parts of this range represent the Sierra Nevada National Park, and also a biosphere reserve. In the area there are at least 20 peaks over 3 thousand meters high in altitude as well as around 50 lakes situated up in the mountains.

One of the unique features of this community is the presence of a desert! Although Tabernas is considered a semi-arid desert, it is a nature reserve worth visiting. The reason why Tabernas is different from regular deserts is the fact that it receives higher than usual (for a desert) rainfall throughout the year. Instead of retaining moisture from the rain, Tabernas are eroding from it. Thus, the characteristic landscape of clay rocks is formed. Nevertheless, some vegetation has managed to make a home out of this unfriendly place. On your trip to Tabernas, look out for sea lavender – a beautiful plant which is becoming extinct due to the climate changes.

Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park should be a must visit on your list. The park is part of a mountain range of the same name, and another 3 smaller mountains. A wonderful characteristic of this natural park is the availability of numerous limestone caves. Queva de la Pileta is probably the most popular among them. It is located near Malaga, and it was discovered at the beginning of the 20th century. This cave is famous for the abundance of cave paintings found in it.

Are you a sports enthusiast?

Sierra Nevada is a favourite destination for both locals and tourists. During the warm months of the year, visitors to the high peaks enjoy the warm temperatures and sunshine of this part of Spain while in the winter the Sierra Nevada ski resorts entertain winter sports enthusiasts on around 100 kilometres of ski slopes.

For those of you who fancy hiking, El Torcal is an area with some of the best examples of karst landscapes in Europe. If you go on a hike there, you will see numerous rocks in curious forms. Moreover, if you look closely, you will be able to see many prehistoric fossils in the rocks. It is also a great place for stargazing. If you are looking for a beach experience, head to Bolonia – a still unspoilt beach with beautiful dunes and even ancient Roman city ruins!