Explore the Spanish culture!

The three royal cities of Granada, Seville and Córdoba are the golden triangle, very well worth visiting!

Granada

Within 75 minutes you are in one of the most beautiful cities of Andalusia: Granada. This beautiful city has a rich history with many, still visible, Moorish influences. You will find bathhouses and remains of mosques. The world famous medieval Alhambra Palace is an art treasure from the times of Moorish domination. Granada houses not only cultural elements from Moorish culture, but there are also many elements of Jewish and Gypsy culture to admire.

Seville

The drive to Seville from La Perla de Frigiliana lasts just over two hours, but on the way you can enjoy a wonderful ride through the beautiful inland of Andalusia. This regal city is one large open air museum, where authentic Spanish elements are blended into a beautiful whole with Moorish influences. It is the city of tens of thousands of orange trees, and the spiritual home of Flamenco. It is easy to get lost in its colorful streets, such as the lively historic Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz.

Córdoba

The journey to magical Córdoba takes about two hours from the B&B, but that is more than worth it. This city full of monuments and landmarks speaks to everyone’s imagination. 5 km outside Córdoba you can find the ruins of Medina Azahara, the capital of the Western Caliphate, which was built in the tenth century. But also in the city itself, numerous historical treasures can be admired such as the Great Mosque, and the Palacio de Viana.

Malaga

One of the most famous Spanish resorts is Malaga, which is a 45 minutes drive from our Bed&Breakfast. This city, with it’s wonderful year round climate, lives!  The colourful harbour, the hip pier, the car-free city centre, the charming beach restaurants and the beautiful buildings, there is plenty to do for both the young and old. In addition to the museum dedicated to world-famous artist Pablo Picasso, who was born in Malaga, the Moorish Alcazabra fortress, the Roman theater and the cathedral are also worth a visit. Do not forget the beach, where you can take a refreshing dip in the sea or just unwind and sample some local fresh seafood on offer, at one of the many “chiringuitos”.

Ronda

Within a two hours drive from La Perla de Frigiliana you are in the middle of one of the oldest cities in Spain: Ronda. This wonderful city surrounded by mountains and vineyards, has a rich cultural history, which is evident everywhere. The deep gorge, Tajo de Ronda, cut out by the river Guadalevín, divides the city into two parts which are connected by the three famous bridges Puente Romano, Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo. Ronda is a historic gem that is well worth a visit.