Ancient Architecture in Andalusia is an amalgamation of influences from a rich mix of cultures that have settled there over time. The Celts, the Romans, the Visigoths and the Moors all left their mark and their legacy can be felt throughout.
The stunning Moorish, Renaissance and, above all, Baroque architecture to be seen in its most important buildings, the castles, fortresses and monasteries to be found throughout the region, complete a hugely valuable array of heritage.
The native region of Velázquez, Murillo and Picasso is home to canvasses, sculptures, jewellery, images and archaeological remains to be found in cathedrals, museums, churches, convents and palaces, guardians of this important artistic development.
EVEN IN THE MOST REMOTE VILLAGES YOU CAN FIND A FIRST-RATE ALTARPIECE, A MASTERPIECE OF PAINTING OR AN ITEM OF THE MOST INTRICATE PRECIOUS METAL WORK.