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Please share your favorite websites for researching Andalucia

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My husband is ready to do his style of research for our trip to Andalucia. I use travel books and Fodors and start searching early, as soon as I have an idea of where we will go. Ron likes to wait until the date is closer and then go online to search websites--ones with lots of photos ;;) We leave in mid-March so he is ready to do his part in the travel planning!!

Could you suggest the websites you found most helpful (hopefully with plenty of photos) ;;) for Andalucia in general and also specific to Seville, Cordoba, Granada, Jerez, Ronda and Costa del Sol (we are staying near Mijas but I thought it might be too small of a town to have much specific information).

Thank you for any sites you can suggest. Deborah

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