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Luxury Spanish Villas

With gloriously hot summer sunshine often running into autumn Southern Spain is a tempting destination for those wanting to escape the less reliable weather of northern Europe.

With a fascinating historic legacy and a culture influenced by many nationalities it is easy to see why Andalucia is such a popular destination.  Take in the white hill top towns such as Ronda (immortalised by Hemingway), explore Grenada, Seville and Cordoba all boasting amazing architecture. Head for the cosmopolitan coastal resorts, Marbella has it all but Estepona is worth a visit with a beachside promenade and, at its heart, the original pueblo complete with charm and character.

Head inland and up into the mountains to find the real Spain, keen walkers will find challenging paths but will be rewarded by the views and perhaps sightings of rare birds. Golfers will enjoy exploring the many courses and being easily accessible with an international airport at Malaga and good motorway links long weekends here are easy to plan.

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Spain’s climate varies from temperate in the north to dry and hot in the south. As it is a big country with varying terrain and altitudes, climate can be extremely distinctive from one corner to another.

Overall, the coastal regions in the South and Eastern parts of Spain are excellent to visit all year round thanks to the Mediterranean climate (mild temperatures and long days).

Northern Spain generally experiences colder temperatures than the South, while Central Spain stays hot and dry due to its location on a plateau.

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