A province in southern Spain, Cordoba is a part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. The province is most well-known for its city sharing the same name as it attracts many tourists each year, however the wider part around Cordoba accommodation is worth exploring and has lots to offer. For those wanting to explore the natural side of the province, check out the Sierras de Cardeña y Montoro Nature Reserve. The park is home to an abundance of Flora and Fauna, such as deer, wild boar, wildcats, wolves and the Iberian lynx, as well as many birds of prey like eagles and falcons.
For a more cultural trip while staying in holiday rentals Cordoba, the province's capital and its surroundings have some beautiful gems to be discovered, for example the Mezquita which was built using different heights of pillars. The city of Cordoba is now a world heritage site and it's easy to see why with its architecture, such as at the Great Mosque and the Medina-Azahara archaeological site. The Alcázar fortress of the Christian Monarchs is also worth a visit while at holiday apartments Cordoba: The 14th century building has been home to the royals, the Courts of the Holy Offices, a civil prison and a military prison. It also boasts some beautiful gardens which features statues of the monarchs who were linked with the palace.
Holiday rentals Cordoba are also surrounded by fantastic gastronomical opportunities. The province is famous for its Montilla-Moriles wine and a route explaining the long process of the wine making can be taking. You'll get to try the wines which represent the Andalusian region, as well as taste tapas to go with it. Cordoba accommodation also makes a great base to travel from as the province borders many others in Andalucia, for example Granada, Seville and Malaga, so you'll never be stuck for things to do on your Spanish holiday.