Molly´s Complete Guide to Andalusia
Over the few years I have been writing this blog I have visited a huge part of Andalusia. This post links up all that information into a handy clickable guide to the region. (blue text are links to related articles) I still have some places to visit but will add them as I travel to new locations.


The province of Almeria has Cabo de Gata´s beautiful coastline, desert landscapes and great fiestas too.


I have visited Jaen Cathedral and also the Feria in nearby Linares. Although I dont have a post written about my treks around Jaen Spaniola has the lowdown on her Andalucia Explorer blog.  I have UNESCO sites Baeza and Ubeda high on my to do list.


This has been my home town since 2006 although Ive been visiting since 2001. I have written quite alot of material about Granada and it´s province. All the links can be found in My Granada guide here I have also prepared a calendar about the región. See my perpetual Granada calendar here.

Thinking of moving to Andalusia? This post has Frequently Asked questions above moving here.


I have visited Cordoba several times and also discovered parts of the province too. Priego is a beautiful town to visit and the subbetic is wonderful if you like rambling. I reviewed 6 restaurants in Summer 2013 in Cordoba city and also got to see the Famous Patios and also the Viana Palace too.


Malaga city has it´s fair share of monuments and impressive buildings. I´m not sure if this is a well known fact. Malaga Car museum also is a great option if you love driving or are passionate about vintage things. Inland Malaga has the beautiful city of Ronda and other natural areas that I still have yet to discover. There is more to Malaga than Torremolinos ; )


I have spent a few days in Seville but so far haven´t written this up. I interviewed Cat Gaa about her home city Seville. There is alot of information here: Interview with Sunshine Siestas in Seville If you want more Seville information please check out Fiona´s blog Scribbler in Seville.


I live in Granada but my heart is in Cadiz. There is something special about this place. I took a break in Cadiz in 2012 and got to visit the City of Cadiz as well as tasting the great fish there. I visited the Horse Fair in Jerez de la Frontera and took the Catamaran (public transport!) across the bay to the coastal town of Puerto de Santa Maria I am trying to find an excuse to return to visit Baelo Claudio, Tarifa and Zahara de los Atunes.


I have driven through Huelva on my way to Portugal. This region is famous for the Rocio pilgrimage, Spanish Ham and strawberries. I have yet to visit Huelva. I do know of @inglesenhuelva who tweets about life in this corner of Andalusia if you want to find out more.

Other Andaluz posts:

Here´s my A  to Z guide of Andalusia  for a summary of the region. If you want a gift guide to get great souvenirs click here. I have also written a post about the Colourful fiestas that are celebrated around Andalusia. If food is your thing (like it is mine) check out these Authentic Foodie tours around Andalusia & Spain

As I discover other areas of the region (I still haven´t quite seen it all yet) I will keep adding to this list and update as I go.