Andalusia, a region occupying the southern part of Spain, is often called a “bridge between continents”, “gateway to Europe”, “cultural melting pot” or “meeting point of the seas”. All these terms are fully justified. Situated between Europe and Africa, between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean, it has been an area of cultural development for millennia. In Andalusia, you will find everything that is usually associated with Spain: flamenco, fiesta, corrida, sandy beaches, tapas bars and sherry wine. It is hard to imagine a more Spanish region of the Iberian Peninsula.
Andalusia covers an area of 87,597 km² and constitutes 17.3% of Spanish territory. It is the second-largest autonomous region in the country and has the largest population (8,426,405 inhabitants in 2018). The region is divided into eight provinces: Almeria, Cádiz, Córdoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaen, Malaga and Sevilla. The regional capital of Andalusia is Sevilla.
Andalusia is a land of contrasts. The diverse environment and topography that can be found there include the warm valley of Guadalquivir, wooded mountains, volcanic landscapes of the Tabernas desert and the snowy peaks of Sierra Nevada.
Today's Andalusia is a modern region with a well-developed infrastructure, dynamic economy and a wide range of products and services.
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Our mission is to provide you with free information to plan your dream holiday with Spanish. Here you will find a selection of courses from 52 schools in the region of Andalusia, along with direct school contact details. This website is operated and coordinated by Andalucía TRADE, the Agency for Economic Transformation and Development of the Regional Government of Andalusia in Southern Spain.
Through the SpanishInAndalusia.com website, we want to help everyone quickly discover the offer of individual language schools in Andalusia as well as the attractions of each location.