Culture lovers can indulge themselves, because the central location of Teba makes Casa La Calera an ideal base for visiting the most beautiful cities of Andalusia, such as Malaga, Seville, Córdoba and Granada. These cities are bursting with history, beautiful old buildings, grand cathedrals and hidden streets, with a range of restaurants that treat you to the authentic Spanish cuisine. Enjoy a drink and some tapas or an extensive meal together with the locals. Malaga, Seville, Córdoba and Granada are worth a visit all year round and are easily accessible via the motorway. In order to optimally enjoy everything that beautiful Andalusia has to offer, we advise you to rent a car. You should definitely not miss the following beautiful cities and sights.

MÁLAGA  |  1 hour from the villa

This beautiful and vibrant city is the largest and most famous city on the Costa del Sol and is the capital of the province of Málaga. The city is located directly on the sea, offers beautiful beaches, numerous shops and restaurants and many sights such as the Alcazaba, the Castillo de Gibralfaro, the cathedral, Museo Picasso and the birthplace of Picasso, the botanical gardens, Mercado de Salamanca, Plaza de Toros La Malagueta and Playa de La Malagueta.

SEVILLE | 1 hour and 30 minutes from the villa

According to many, Seville is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. The Arabic influences, the old town, the warmth and the narrow streets of the old neighborhoods will certainly impress you when you visit Seville. Some of the sights that you should not miss include the Santa Cruz district, the Cathedral with the Giralda tower, the Real Alcázar royal palace, Plaza de España, the Triana district, Parque de María Luisa, Metropol Parasol and Plaza de Toros.

CÓRDOBA | 1 hour and 40 minutes from the villa

A thousand years ago, Córdoba was the largest and most powerful city in the world and even today you can feel and breathe the history while visiting this beautiful city. The following sights should not be missed: Mezquita Catedral de Córdoba, Puente Romano, Medina Azahara, Palacio de Viana, Torre de la Calahorra, Puerta del Puente, Templo Romano, Plaza de la Corredera, the botanical gardens and many patio gardens.


This fantastic historical city is specifically known for the Alhambra, an old Moorish fortress and palace. If you plan to visit the Alhambra, we advise you to purchase tickets in advance. The city offers you many other unique sights such as the El Albaícin and Sacromonte districts, the Palacio de Dar-Al-Horra, the cathedral, El Bañuelo, the La Cartuja monastery and the Alcaicería market.


Antequera has had a lot of historical inhabitants such as the Huns, the Romans and the Moors. Every occupation has left its mark, which means that the town today offers a wide range of sights such as the monastery and the church of Los Remedios, Iglesia de San Sebastían, Alcazaba, Santa Maria church and Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen.


The city of Ronda is located just west of the Costa del Sol in a mountainous area. Ronda is known for the "Puento Nuevo", a beautiful bridge over the "el Tajo" gorge. It is one of the most beautiful and special sights of Spain and divides the city into two parts. Other places of interest include Plaza de Toros, Puente Viejo, Baños Árabes, Balcon del Coño, Palacio del Marques de Salvatierra and Casa del Rey Moro.