- White-washed terracotta-tiled townhouse
- Cobbled courts of old-town Andalucía
- Cosy Andalusian casa
- Narrow streets of old Seville
- Peace-adorned palace
- Cobble-stoned Santa Cruz
- Spanish stately home
- Wild southern ranchland
Seville Province Eating, drinking and dancing
(+34 95 421 31 50)
A well-known family-run restaurant which has been going strong for over 50 years, and specialises in Andalucian seafood dishes. There’s a tapas bar on the ground floor.
Calle Alvarez Quintero 58, Seville
(+34 90 221 10 68)
Alongside the beach in La Viña, the fishing quarter of Cadiz, El Faro is perfectly placed provide its customers with the best and freshest seafood money can buy. Not only that, but the views of the sunsets are awesome from here too.
Calle San Felix 15, Cadiz
(+34 956 34 58 59)
A charming place that’s been run by Juan Hurtado for the past 40 years and offers exquisite traditional Jerez, Andalusian and Basque cuisine. Stewed bull’s tail, anyone?
Calle Gaitan 3-5, Jerez
(+34 954 50 27 21)
Taberna del Alabardero
Get dressed up to visit this truly elegant restaurant. The ornate dining room is choc-a bloc with velvet banquettes, green satin chairs, and gilded cherubs, and the traditional food is seasonal Spanish.
Zaragoza, 20, 41001 Seville