Our Area


Andalusian Homes is based in Alora( Malaga). Our office is located at number 19 Calle Carmona, just opposite the theatre and between the car park and the main square.

We personally cover the surrounding area including Alora, El Chorro, Ardales, Carratraca, , Valle de Abdalajis, Almojia, Pizarra and Cartama.

We also cover  a wider area of Málaga province through trusted agents with whom we have built up confidence over the years.

Alora is at the heart of this area, the Guadalhorce valley, also know as the valley of the sun. It has a rich culture and history, friendly people, a wonderful cimate and stunning landscapes. The province of Malaga has an average of 300 days of sunshine a year and offers a wonderful variety of lanscapes, cultures and activities. Each town has its culinary specialties and local wines to explore and enjoy.


   Castillo de Gibralfaro overlooking the city

   The international port of Malaga and the botanic gardens

 The Picasso museum, you can also visit his house in la Plaza de la Merced

   The city centre has fabulous shopping an a wealth of architecture

  Central Market Atarazanas, fresh local produce and tapas

The coastal area famous for its beaches, nightlife and golf courses is a 35 minute drive from Alora as is the city of Malaga, home of Picasso, with its beautiful old center, many museums and international port. Easily accessible by car, rail and bus and the city also offers a number of large Supermarkets, shopping centers which not only sell a fantastic variety of Spanish and international produce, but all of the goods you would find in the English equivalent. Malaga also has a number of private schools, for those who wish, and a first class university.

Inland are mountains, forests, open plains , lakes and abundant wildlife paradise for lovers of the the countryside. Due to the all year round agreeable cliate there is a wealth of outdoor sprots to enjoy including cycling of all types, climbing, hiking, watersports and equestrian activities.

The history of this province has plated out in the lands between the sea and the mountains. Its capital was a witness to the economic and cultural boom of the western Mediterranean. The town known as Malaka by the Phoenicians was transformed into a prosperous commercial centre. After the Muslim invasion of the 8th century, the territory became Arabised and later became part of the Nasrid kingdom in Granada, when it underwent a new period of commercial and cultural prominence.

In the 19th century, the iron and steel industries of los Larios and the commercialisation of its wines provided significant economic development for the province.

After decades of economic downturn, Malaga underwent rapid economic growth in the second half of the20th century, thanks to the tourist industry. Each year millions of visitors from all over the world choose this idyllic land to relax on its sun-drenched beaches, discover its rich architectural heritage or explore the wild beauty of its mountainous interior.