Local Tourism in Andalusia
Andalucia has been a popular destination for sun-seeking holidaymakers for decades and it’s easy to see why with an average of over 320 days of sun a year.

There is much more to do in Andalucia than just sit in the sun however. Take a look at some of the local tourist destinations and places of interest for families and groups, all within easy reach of Cazulas.


The alhambra at night in the beautiul Granada

Granada, located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Andalucía, is best known for the Alhambra, a grand, sprawling hilltop fortress encompassing royal palaces, serene patios, reflecting pools and the beautiful Generalife gardens. But there are many more places of interest as well. Here are some of the must see places in Granada:
Tourism in Granada





Málaga is the first taste of Andalucia for many tourists because of it’s busy airport. The birthplace of Picasso the city boasts 2 massive hilltop citadels, the Alcazaba and ruined Gibralfaro, remnants of Moorish rule. There are many museums and exceptional seafood restaurants to be explored.
Tourism in Málaga



panoramica alpujarras granada

The region of mountain villages known as Las Alpujarras clings to the southern flanks of the Sierra Nevada. The cultural interest of the region lies in its fifty-odd villages, which were the last stronghold of the Spanish Muslims, or Moors.


Costa Tropical & beaches


The Costa Tropical is located on the Mediterranean coast of southern Spain, also commonly referred to as the Costa Granada. It’s a great place for  sports, including windsurfing, surfing, scuba diving, fishing, sailing, water skiing, golf, tennis, squash, horse riding, etc. There are an abundance of tapas bars, excellent seafood restaurants and unspoiled nature.

Get in Touch 

Palacete de Cázulas
18698 Otivar

Manager: Stephanie Watkins
Email: Bq*i$qi92no7iMXfAhQg+oWv{g@-cLFcaHAz2Wu.Hlur4jazsyy.yu:c$odN2Im
Tel: (+34) 616 76 64 46
Número de Registro
en Turismo:CR/GR/00206