Filmed in Andalusia

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A single film may have transformed numerous places worldwide into tourist destinations. However, few regions can offer such a broad film history and such a direct link between its land and film creation, few places as Andalusia can brag of the long list of mythical films shot on location in its varied and splendid scenery.

Indiana Jones

Indiana jonesAt this very moment, someone far away is watching Doctor Jones and his son Indiana fleeing from those pursuing them from a plane overflying a beach. Sean Connery uses an umbrella to shew away some seagulls (that are actually white doves). Spectators do not know that they are watching the beautiful Monsúl Beach in the Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve in Almería.

Lawrence of Arabia

An exhausted Lawrence of Arabia enters the Officers Club of the British Army in Damascus. You might think it's a film set. However, it's the current breakfast area of Hotel Alfonso XIII in Seville.

Die Another Day

Halle Berry emerges from the crystal-clear waters of a beach. It is the same beach where you can take a swim if you travel to Cadiz and stay overnight at the nearby La Caleta Beach.Die Another Day

For a Few Dollars More or The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Many people have heard of Spaghetti Westerns. They even know that most were filmed in Spain, in Tabernas Desert of Almería.

You probably didn't know that a small bar in the town of Albaricoques displays photographs and objects used by Sergio Leone in “For a Few Dollars More“ and “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”.

And a few streets away still stands, intact, the famous setting of the duel as seen by Clint Eastwood over 40 years ago.

How I Won the War

The millions of followers of John Lennon can visit the house in Almería where he stayed when filming “How I Won the War” by Richard Lester, for which he composed the legendary song “Strawberry Fields Forever”

More films shot in Andalusia

These are just a few examples of the long list of legendary films shot on location in different and magnificent settings of Andalusia. We have compiled and ordered, by province, all of the films shot in Andalusia.

Films shot in Almería

Films shot in Almería

 

Films shot in Cádiz

Films shot in Cádiz 

 

Films shot in Córdoba

Films shot in Cádiz

 

Films shot in Granada

Films shot in Cádiz

 

Films shot in Huelva

Films shot  

 

Films shot in Jaén

Films shot in Huelva

 

Films shot in Málaga

Films shot in Jaén 

 

Films shot in Seville

Films shot in Jaén

 

 

 

 

 

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