ANDALUSIA FOR OUR WEDDING. When we think of a unique and charming place to celebrate our wedding, surely evocative and suggestive names come to our mind, which can meet those conditions and make that day, an unforgettable one.Andalusia surely is one of those places. Because of its past, its history, its geography, its orography and its climate, it offers the most varied places of incredible beauty. From its breathtaking beaches to snow-capped mountains, from Moorish castles to stately estates in the middle of the countryside or hidden in the Sierra.

What a view! What you see on the other side is Africa.

Where is it located?

It is located in the south of Spain, with a territory of 87 268 km2 and a population of 8 427 000 inhabitants. It is the most populated region in Spain and is composed of eight provinces, each with its history, its identity and its diversity, which enrich it and contribute to its gastronomic, folkloric and artistic richness ( like Seville’s Cathedral). The provinces are: Jaen, Cordoba, Seville, Huelva, Cadiz, Malaga, Granada and Almeria; Seville is the capital.It is located in the warm-temperate zone of the Earth, so its climate has some very definite characteristics, such as the mildness of its temperatures and the dryness of its summers.

Seville’s Cathedral.

Art? Culture? Food? Nature? It has it all

Undoubtedly, the uniqueness and personality of Andalusia is determined by its geographical setting. According to Sevillian historian Domínguez Ortiz, “the essence of Andalusia must be sought in its geographical reality on the one hand, and on the other, in the conscience of its inhabitants. From the geographical point of view, the southern lands as a whole are too wide and varied to include them all in one unit, but three Andalusias; the Sierra Morena, the Valley and the penibética”.

Cazorla, Jaén, Andalusia.

View of La Alhambra, Granada.

Its more than 800 km extend from the province of Almeria and the Mediterranean Sea, to the province of Huelva and the Atlantic Ocean, where the sun shines almost all year round, with mild winters. The easternmost coast is the coast of Almeria and Huelva is the westernmost, bordering Portugal.The influences of the different peoples that inhabited Andalusia, such as the Iberians, the Phoenicians, the Tartessians, the Romans and later the Arab domination, have forged a society with extraordinary cultural richness. In the oldest villages we find roman ruins or amphitheaters mixed with Andalusian culture with true works of art.

Andalusian delights.

Andalusia has a lot to offer, there is much to discover, and among its many treasures, its light and the blue of its sky will remain forever in your memory.

Andalusian beauties.

There aren’t enough words to describe how we feel about it and how it makes people feel when they are here. Andalusia’s energy is something that you can only feel if you experience it.

Olive groves in Jaen, Andalusia.

A wedding in Andalusia is not just anything it is a memorable gift for you and all of your guests to treasure for the rest of your life.

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