Cultural incentive travel Andalusia

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Cultural incentives in Andalusia

Cultural incentive trips are a motivation tool used by all sort of businesses to acknowledge and reward their employees. They also help to create a sense of belonging to the company and are fantastic to create lasting bonds between the staff members, managers, and business owners.

In DMC Andalusia, we are specialists in creating cultural incentives in Andalusia. Our bespoke programmes, tailor-made for each one of our clients, will allow you to discover the very best Andalusia has to offer. Nowadays, business travellers want to connect with the cities they visit in a more meaningful way – this is why cultural incentives are growing in popularity.

Andalusia is a rich city, that offers a broad variety of cultural activities to select from, regardless of what your interests are. Experience an exceptional cultural incentive travel in Andalusia.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Andalusia

Andalusia is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites suitable for all tastes:


But is not only the number of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Andalusia, but it is also the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in Andalusia:


Andalusia is the ideal location for cultural group incentives!

Andalusian culture

Besides the above-mentioned UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, the region has a cultural identity of its own, which is the perfect scenario for an Andalusian cultural incentive travel.

One of its most known features is its impressive architecture, which can be appreciated throughout its cities, but in particular, in Seville, Malaga, Granada, Cordoba and Cadiz.

Seville is, undoubtedly, one of the most beautiful cities in Spain where its Plaza de España, the Cathedral and The Giralda, along with the Archivo de Indias and the Royal Alcazars stand above the rest of the city centre.

Malaga is the new cultural and technological hub of Southern Europe, a port city with a clear Mediterranean style of life and plenty of museums to enjoy, with some outstanding historical remains including the Alcazaba and the Roman Theatre.

Granada, with its magnificent Alhambra and its traditional Albayzin and Sacromonte neighbourhoods, is a not so hidden gem in Spain -the Alhambra is the most visited monument in Spain.

Cordoba is the only city in the world with 4 UNESCO recognitions (the Mosque-Cathedral, the historic centre, the Patios festival and Medina Azahara), owns the second-largest Old Town in Europe.

Finally, Cadiz -also known as the Little Silver Cup, presents an interesting urban development where many compare its promenade to Havana’s Malecon.

Life in Andalusia is vibrant and colourful, with people enjoying the cities and outdoors on any occasion. Nevertheless, there are more than 3,000 hours of sunlight and warm temperatures all year round in most parts of the region!

Contact us for more information about Andalusia cultural group incentives or any other sort of incentive programme in Andalusia.


Alcazaba and Roman Theatre of Malaga

Museums in Andalusia

In Andalusia, you can find hundreds of museums to fulfil all your preferences.

However, if there is a place where museums shine even brighter, this is Malaga, where you can find more than 35 museums, including the Pompidou Museum, the Picasso Museum, the Thyssen Museum and the Russian Museum of St. Petersburg in Malaga.

But it is not just Malaga. You can also find other interesting choices such as the Flamenco Museum in Seville, the Bonsai Museum in Marbella or the Lithography Museum in Cadiz.

Besides the museums, there are many other cultural activities to discover, from traditional arts such as the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art (Jerez de la Frontera) to the Parque de las Ciencias in Granada (Granada’s Science Park).
Not to mention the huge amount of historical remains scattered along the region, dating from almost all the times starting from the Prehistory to Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs and many others.

Gastronomy in Andalusia

Gastronomy in Andalusia is a melting pot of flavours, ingredients and recipes, all of them derived from the Mediterranean Diet.

Malaga is traditionally known for its fish, although lately is also widely known for its tropical fruits, especially mangoes and avocados.

Cadiz plays its own league when talking about seafood and fish, where tuna is the masterpiece and many of its finest captures are directly sent to the best restaurants in Japan.

Seville presents a mix of inland food with some fish, and it is one of the cities to be in when we talk about tapas.

Tapas are also widely served in Granada, but the food here presents much Arabic inspiration due to a large number of years that Granada was under Muslim rule.

Cordoba presents high-quality food with many Jewish hints, a large community that lived in the city for many centuries. Cordoba also hosts one of the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) for Jamon; Los Pedroches PDO. Andalusia hosts a second PDO for Jamon in Huelva, Jabugo -probably, the most known.

Andalusia presents a number of wines, including Pedro Ximenez (mainly in Cordoba), Sherry (Jerez de la Frontera), Manzanilla (Sanlucar de Barrameda), Montilla-Moriles and sweet Malaga Wine. The region is also home to the largest production of olive oil in the world.

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We are a corporate incentive travel agency in Andalusia focused on cultural incentive trips. We are experts in assisting our clients to communicate & engage audiences through live events.

At DMC Andalusia, we let our imagination fly to plan and manage the most exciting incentives & events.
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