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Andalusia - quaint villages with cobbled streets and white-washed houses clinging to the hillsides, meandering mountain streams with waterfalls cascading into crystal clear pools, verdant forests where wild flowers grow in abundance and warm friendly people who proudly celebrate their traditions and culture. This is just some of what Andalusia has to offer.

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The Provinces of Andalusia consist of:

Jaen has vast olive groves, magnificent mountain scenery, National Parks & historic cities such as UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Baza & Ubeda.

Cadiz has some of Andalusia's most windswept, beautiful beaches, prettiest white villages and the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.

Huelva is the most least visited province and borders Portugal and Extremadura, as well as the Atlantic Ocean. It has many unique places to visit such as the Parque Nacional de Donana and the wild and majestic Sierra de Aracena y Picos Natural Park.

Cordoba, The province of Cordoba is divided into two parts by the River Guadalquivir which runs through the province from east to west. The north is the Sierra Morena mountain range plentiful to game and in the south scattered delightful villages and small, lively towns. Cordoba is a unique city where Roman, Arabic and Christian cultures exist side by side. As you wander through the narrow streets you can peep into shady patios where dozens of potted plants and the most colourful, scented flowers will engulf you with their sweet aroma.

Seville The province of Seville has many historical towns with beautiful buildings, gorgeous countryside, and large haciendas where the famous fighting bulls are bred. Seville is the swarthy capital of Andalusia and the essence of Spain. It has a distilled mixture of those quintessential ingredients, fiery dance, bull fighting, siestas and fiestas, traditional tapas and orange blossom on every street.

Granada Province is characterised by extreme variables in landscape and climate, so much so that it's possible to ski in the mountains and go diving in the sea in one day. The magnificent Alhambra Palace, the cave houses of Guadix and the villages of Las Alpujarras are just some of the places to visit.

Malaga Apart from the beaches of the Costa del Sol Malaga Province has a great deal to offer. The Axarquia region with small towns full of history and tales of bandits in the mountains. The Serrania de Ronda and the beautiful historic town of Ronda and of course Malaga city itself.

Almeria, in the far southwestern corner of the Iberian peninsula is the sunniest province. Much of the province is comprised of semi-arid desert-like landscape. The beautiful Cabo de Gata - Nijar Natural Park is one of Andalucia's most outstanding wildlife areas and has some beautiful deserted beaches. Inland Almeria are the Wild West towns of Mini-Hollywood in the desert.

Exploring Extremadura is a journey into the heart of old Spain, from the country's finest Roman ruins to mysterious medieval cities and time-worn villages. Merida, Caceres and Trujillo rank among Spain's most beautifully preserved historical settlements. This is a region of broad blue skies and vast swathes of sparsely populated land with isolated farmhouses and crumbling hilltop castles. Wooded sierras rise along the northern, eastern and southern fringes, while the raptor-rich Parque Nacional de Mon Frague is arguably Extremadura's most dramatic corner.
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Discover a selection of beautiful country property from our wide portfolio of real estate in Andalusia and let us catch your DREAM.

We also have an excellent range of traditional cortijos, farmhouses, fincas, and villas. Our unusual section has cave houses, olive mills, flour mills & watermills, historic property and some imposing residences.

If you do not find what you are looking ask us, we probably have it, or we will pleased to find your ideal property for you.

Featured Properties

GEQU68 Baza EquestrianGranada
A wonderful property on the outskirts of Baza with views across the open countryside. This is a modern villa style property with large lounge, kitchen/diner, large utility room, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and two further double bedrooms. The property is set in 1 hectare of land with 100 olive trees and 11 fruit trees. At the rear of the villa is a large pool in a landscaped and gated garden. There is an OCA licence to keep 5 horses on the land which is transferable.

MEQU77 Rosario EquestrianMalaga
A beautiful house with OCA license for keeping 5 horses, tack room, hay barn and shed. The house is comprised of kitchen, living room, three bedrooms and bathroom. Set in 27,000 m2 of fenced land with superb riding countryside right on the door step. Situated just outside of Villanueva del Rosario and 35 minutes from Malaga.

MAEQU270 Monda EquestrianMalaga
JUST REDUCED - A wonderful four bedroom three bathroom villa, currently split into two properties with extensive equestrian facilities close to the beautiful Andalusian town of Monda. Both properties are designed for comfortable living and offer an air of spaciousness and open plan aspect. To the front of the property is a terrace, swimming pool and barbecue area. The equestrian facilities include 50 stables, barn, tack room, feed store and large floodlit paddock. The property borders the National Park of the Sierra de las Nieves and has fantastic views stretching as far as Mijas mountains, Antequera, Malaga and the Sierra Nevada Mountains over 160 km away.

MARCP16 Rancho Rio VerdeMalaga
Rancho Rio Verde is a spacious property with great potential for improvement. The property has a most interesting history as it used to be owned by Hollywood idol Stewart Grainger in the 1950īs and many Hollywood chums of his graced the house, grounds, garden and pool. The house is comprised of entrance hallway, kitchen, dining area, large sitting area, laundry room and studio currently used as a pottery workshop and equipped with its own kiln. Upstairs is open plan reception area, 3 bedrooms, family shower room plus large master bedroom. Separate guest apartment. Set in 7,000 m2 of land with outbuildings, fruit trees, flat paddocks for horses and water deposit suitable for splash pool. Rancho Rio Verde is in the most peaceful location but is in no way isolated. It is just 10 minutes from the popular village of Colmenar and 40 minutes from Malaga, the Coast and the Airport.

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