Most Beautiful Villages in Andalucía, Spain


Pampaneira is the lowest of the three towns that make up the Barranco de Poqueira. This town has some extraordinary architecture, typical of the La Alpujarra, with its white houses, flat roofs, typical chimneys and tinaos. The town also has a vibrant and flourishing artisan tradition including ceramics, textiles, rugs.

Homemade food and excellent ingredients make the local cuisine so special. Here you can enjoy casseroles, soups, Migas, local sausages


The best way to appreciate the village, its pretty buildings, winding walkways, sights and sounds, is naturally on foot.  recommend using the quality map provided by the tourist information centres, it details all the places of interest and will take you on the perfect guided tour of the village.


The village of Frigiliana is situated six-kilometres north of Nerja and just over fifty kilometres from Málaga. Villages on the Costa del Sol don’t come much more picturesque than Frigiliana. This exceptionally beautiful white-washed village is truly one of a kind.


Lanjaron is a spa town of around 4000 residents, located on the old Moorish silk route to Persia; the town has a distinctly Moorish feel.

There are thermal baths in the town, where you can also enjoy a wide range of different treatments.  The amenities are well provides for visitors, the town has a selection of supermarkets, shops, great bars and restaurants, and the town hall offers provides useful information on the town and region, which you can ask for in English.


Salobreña is perched on an imposing rock and still retains the medieval structure of its Arab past. Its network of alleyways and labyrinthine streets, and its whitewashed houses decorated with colourful flowers are set in beautiful surroundings. The town has many secret corners, doors, little windows, passages and vaults. Local seafood dishes are excellent, such as the pickled blue fish, dried octopus, sardines and seafood casseroles.The climate ensures that many vegetables and fruits grow in the area, including tropical fruits such as custard apples, mangos and avocados


Trevélez is located in Sierra Nevada National Park

Trevélez is well-known for their traditional ham, called in Spanish Jamón de Trevélez. In every other shop you can see hanging dried legs of pigs. Of course you can find them in grocery stores


Ronda sits in the heart of the Serrania de Ronda, about 100kms from the city of Malaga and with a population of approximately 35,000 inhabitants.