Moving to Andalusia
Andalusia is the largest of Spain’s 17 autonomous communities. Containing eight provinces and covering 17 percent of the mainland. Because of its vast size, Andalusia contains a variety of different types of terrain. These include mountains, flatland, and beaches. Over half of the region is covered in mountains, making Andalusia a great destination for cycling, hiking, and climbing. Andalusia is known for its great all year-round weather, averaging over 300 sunny days each year. So moving to this region you will always have something to do. The summer months in this region of Spain are quite hot in the inland areas, making it the perfect time to visit Andalusia’s many Costa Del Sol beaches.
California of Europe
Andalusia was once one of Spains’s poorer areas. With the provinces of Granada, Seville and Malaga amongst the areas in need of regeneration. It is now one of the most sought after tourist and second holiday home destinations in Europe. This is all thanks to a wonderful warm climate, sandy golden beaches, stunning countryside, dramatic mountain ranges. Its now a place of high-spirited people, living life to the full and well known for their warmth and hospitality. Its like the California of Europe.