Thursday, August 5, 2010

Andalusian architecture

When you are in Andalusia, you might feel as if you have stepped into a 1001 night story even though you are in Europe. The reason for that is Andalusian architecture, one of the well-known symbols of Southern Spain.

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Arabic influences on Andalusian culture, cuisine and architecture are the result of a long Moorish reign. This remnants of the past give Andalustia a magical and exotic atmosphere you'll be certain to enjoy.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2010


While resting and exploring beautiful Andalusia, you absolutely have to try Gazpacho - a traditional Andalusian soup, perfect for cooling you during warm summer afternoons.

Gazpacho is not an ordinary soup. This fresh health-bomb is made of cucumber, tomatoes, bell pepper, garlic, olive oil, and vinegar, all mixed togehter and cooled before serving. Gazpacho is often called liquid salad, and its consistency and texture can vary - some like it crunchy, some smooth, but one thing is sure, it will refresh you and replenish your strength for a new day in sunny Andalusia.


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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Conil accommodations

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Paraiso Perdido website offers extensive information about this excellent aparthotel located on the beautiful Andalusian coast. you can check out interior, exterior and area photographs in the photo gallery on the web site.

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Interesting facts about Andalusia

  • you can enjoy whale-watching off the Andalusian coast
  • birds that migrate from Europe to Africa mainly fly over Andalusia
  • Tarifa is world-famous surfing spot
  • there are many beautiful natural caves in Andalusia
  • Andalusia's coast is long about 500 miles, with most of it being sand beaches
  • there are 22 national parks in Andalusia
  • Picasso was born in Andalusian town of Malaga
  • flamenco music has Arabic roots
  • the average temperature in Andalusia is 18 degrees Celsius

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About Andalusia

Andalusia (AndalucĂ­a) is an autonomous community of Spain. It's the community with most habitants - more than 8 million - and it comes in second considering the size (of 17 autonomous communities). 

Seville is the largest city and the capital of Andalusia, and there are 8 provinces: Cadiz, Seville, Huelva, Cordoba, Malaga, Jaen, Almeria and Granada. 

Andalusia is made of three regions - Sierra Morena in the north, and Uppen and Lower Andalusia further down south.

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Andalusia's exotic name has Moorish background. It comes from Arabian name of Al Andalus. Back in the middle ages, Andalusia was the cultural center of Muslim governed region. Arabian influence is easily seen in Andalusian art, cuisine and architecture, even today. 

For example, Conil aparthotel Paraiso Perdido Casa Rural offers a unique experience of dining under a Bedouin tent, while enjoying gentle Andalusian climate. 

Andalusia is an important cultural center, as many of Spanish cultural symbols like bullfighting and flamenco come from here.