Autumn 2011 I made a road trip through Andalusia. I had a wonderful time, despite catching a cold on the second day of the trip. Beautiful villages, a beautiful landscape, nice weather, great food, interesting architecture, what more could you wish for? Included here are some of my favourite photos. Note that Córdoba and Granada have separate galleries.

Vejer de la Frontera
Vejer de la Frontera is one of the most beautiful of the pueblos blancos (white villages) in Andalusia
Red rooftops in Grazalema
Red rooftops in Grazalema
Alájar is a small, idyllic town in the Sierra de Aracena
Rio Tinto Mines Andalusia
The Rio Tinto Mines are the oldest of their kind in the world. The mines that are still in operation are quite photogenic as well.
Benadalid as seen from the Mirador de los Castañares
Casares, Spain
Casares is one of the most beautiful villages in Andalusia
The Torre Tavira offers splendid views of Cádiz
Cádiz seen from the Torre Tavira
A fruit bearing tree inside the garden of the Real Alcazar in Sevilla
Needless to say I was delighted to finally visit the Real Alcazar in Sevilla
Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera is an easily overlooked town in Andalusia, but it's quite nice. The Alcazar and the cathedral are worth visiting.

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