Cordoba Province is situated in the centre of Andalucia, with the Guadalquivir River crossing the region from east to west.
The landscape in the north is rugged and wild and heads towards the summits of the Sierra Morena with thick forests and wildlife aplenty.
White villages are scattered around the mountainous terrain, which is also home to a colourful range of flora and fauna. Cordoba province borders Malaga, Seville, Jaen and Granada.
The capital city is Cordoba with its stunning historical monuments and attractions including the Great Mosque of Cordoba. The structure is regarded as one of the most accomplished monuments of Moorish architecture, after the Reconquista in the 16th century, the site was converted to a catholic church.
The cuisine of Cordoba include locally caught game, olive oil and excellent local wine. Specialities are lamb stews and oxtail in the winter and gazpacho in the summer months.