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Villa in Cordoba
Villa Almendra
sleep Sleeps 10 in 4 bedrooms
Cordova Andalucia Villa with pool and views over the Lake of Iznajar
Amenity: Views, Private Swimming Pool, Wood Fireplace
RATES
GBP 110 – 140
Per Night

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Cordoba Geography

Cordoba Spain, also named Cordova represents a city of Andalusia in the south of Spain and this is also the capital of Cordoba province. At first it was a Roman settlement that was later colonized by Muslim people, so it became a capital of the Islamic Emirate, followed by becoming a capital of Cordoba Caliphate with most parts of the Iberian Peninsula as well.

Cordoba Spain lies northeast of Seville and due north of Malaga. The city is located in the famous Guadalquivir valley, on the banks of the river with the same name. The Guadalquivir River is one of the largest rivers in Spain. It is bordered by Sierra Morena in the north.

The highest temperatures in summer reach 37 degrees Celsius in July and August. The climate is subtropical and Mediterranean and on average, the summer daily temperatures are among the highest in Europe. Sometimes they reach above 37, up to 40 degrees Celsius from July to August. The night temperatures are relatively cool and pleasant though. Winters in Cordoba are mild and much cooler than other such cities in the south of Spain because the position of the interior is low-lying and right between Sierra Morena and Penibaetic System too. In the coldest months, there is precipitation because of the Atlantic coast influence. The precipitation comes from storms of the western side most often in December up to February. Due to the Atlantic influence, the summers are hot with drought too, typical of Mediterranean climate. The yearly rain goes over 24 inches, but this varies every year.