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Andalusia (Spanish: Andalucía) is an autonomous community of Spain. Andalucia is the most populated and second largest of the 17 autonomous communities that constitute Spain. Its capital is Sevilla. Andalucia is bounded on the north by Extremadura and Castilla-La Mancha; on the east by Murcia and the Mediterranean Sea; on the west by Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean (south-west); on the south by the Mediterranean Sea (south-east) and the Atlantic Ocean (south-west) linked by the Strait of Gibraltar at the very south which separates Spain from Morocco. Also in the south it bounds with the British colony of Gibraltar.
Andalucia is known for its Moorish architecture. Famous monuments include the Alhambra in Granada, the Mezquita in Córdoba and the Torre del Oro and Giralda towers in Seville and the Reales Alcázares in Seville. Archaeological remains include Medina Azahara, near Córdoba and Itálica, near Seville. Andalucian cuisine is known for its use of fish and shellfish, its desserts, and its world-famous sherry.
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- Leflet Castilleja Hotel in Castilleja de La Cuesta, Andalusia
- Las Gondolas Playa Apartments in Almunecar, Andalusia
- Navas Hotel in Granada, Andalusia
- Almazara Hotel in Riofrio, Andalusia
- Sierra y Cal Hotel in Olvera, Andalusia
- Forestal El Senorio de Rias Hotel in Diezma, Andalusia
- Cuevas Pedro Antonio Alarcon Apartments in Guadix, Andalusia
- Resitur Apartments in Seville, Andalusia
- Torre de Los Guzmanes Hotel in La Algaba, Andalusia
- Alvar Fanez Hotel in Ubeda, Andalusia
- Ardales Bars Bar review, Ardales, Andalusia
- Guinda Restaurant review, Diezma, Andalusia
- Periana Resort review, Periana, Andalusia
- Glorias Café review, Alhaurin El Grande, Andalusia
- A Small Town Resort review, Alhaurin El Grande, Andalusia
- Moet Bar review, Jaen, Andalusia