Choosing your itinerary for your Flamenco Campers Andalusia adventure can be a challenge; there are just so many compelling options!

Maybe you want to travel to Europe’s only desert, in the east of Andalusia, and explore the stunning beauty of the semi-arid Cabo de Gata coastal natural park. Perhaps you prefer the mountains, from the snow-capped peaks of Sierra Nevada to the forests of Andalusia’s many protected parks. Of course, the beaches of Southern Spain are amongst the best in Europe, from the virgin coasts of the Atlantic to the sun-kissed shores of the Mediterranean.

So which part of Andalusian nature do you prefer?


Andalusia is so remarkably diverse thanks to its unique location – we’re a region that joins the Mediterranean and the Atlantic; and we are where Europe almost touches Africa.

This has created an amazing natural environment that allows so much flora and fauna to flourish; from desert to forest, from sea to ocean. Andalusia boasts some 200 protected natural areas, covering about 31% of southern Spain – that’s even more remarkable when you consider how huge is Andalusia, extending over 87,000 km ² – that’s almost the size of our neighbour, Portugal.