Andalusia, secrets to discover
Close your eyes and imagine the warmth of the sun on your skin as you walk through the winding streets of the county. You can hear the sound of flamenco music and the chatter of locals as they go about their duties. Smell the scent of orange blossom filling the air, mingling with the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. Salivate over the tempting presentations of the local cuisine.
Andalusia, a land of enchanting beauty and vibrant culture, is an ideal destination for any traveller seeking an unforgettable experience. The region is home to some of Spain’s most iconic sites, including the stunning Alhambra, a complex of palaces and fortresses that transports visitors to the mystical past of kings and queens.
Dreaming about Andalusia is to enter a world of magic and wonder. It is a destination that inspires and transports to a timeless world, leaving memories and a deep appreciation of its rich history.
With its vibrant culture and natural beauty, Andalusia holds many mysteries and hidden gems. Here are some of its secrets:
Moorish influence: Andalusia was ruled by the Moors for over seven centuries, leaving a lasting influence on the region’s architecture, cuisine, and culture. The tiles, arches and intricate courtyards that can be found in places such as the Alhambra and the Mezquita-Catedral in Cordoba testify to this influence.
Flamenco: Andalusia is the birthplace of flamenco, a passionate and intense dance form that originated in the region’s gypsy communities. Visitors can enjoy flamenco performances in many clubs and theatres but can also enjoy a performance at Noam Andalusia.
White villages: Andalusia is home to many picturesque villages known for their whitewashed houses and narrow streets. These villages offer a glimpse of traditional Andalusian life.
Rich and diverse flora and fauna: The varied landscapes of the region provide habitats for many species of plants and animals. Among the wildlife species found in Andalusia are the endangered Iberian lynx, the Spanish imperial eagle, the Andalusian ibex, and the European bison. The region is also home to a wide variety of bird species, including the pink flamingo and the griffon vulture. In terms of flora, the region boasts an incredible range of plant species, including the cork oak, lavender, and the iconic orange blossom, which perfumes the air with its sweet scent.
Whether you are a nature enthusiast or simply enjoy discovering the beauty of the natural world, the flora and fauna of Andalusia offers a fascinating and unforgettable experience.
Noam Andalusia is a true sanctuary, the generous architecture and the many openings to the outside create a soothing atmosphere. An ideal place for those who seek absolute isolation in the heart of nature.
Andalusian refuge, the estate embodies a friendly and tranquil space, surrounded by a rich and abundant flora. A favourite gathering place, it provides a peaceful setting, opening completely to the immensity of the panorama offered by the surrounding hills.
The atmosphere of the setting, created through its materials, scents and volumes, invites you to serenity and relaxation. Together, let’s discover a privileged haven of peace.