Andalusia - a land of contrasts with an impressive cultural heritage, delicious food and a spectacular countryside. The tour has been designed so that you can enjoy this very special region of Spain visiting the main monumental sites.
Arrival and transfer to the hotel (Costa del Sol). Rest of the day at your free disposal.
Drive to Ronda. This old town is situated either side of the spectacular El Tajo gorge. Guided visit of the Sta. Maria la Mayor church, a typical Andalucian house and the famous bullring, the oldest in Spain. Drive to Gibraltar, the last English colony in Europe. The visit of the Gibraltar Rock takes around 2 hours and it’s made in mini buses. Several stops will be made some of them being Europe Point, the monkeys and Saint Michael’s cave. Drive to Jerez. • Gibraltar: Visa is required for some nationalities! Please, get in contact with us
Jerez, world-famous for its sherry production and horses. Visit the Royal Equestrian School and one of the typical bodegas with sherry-tasting. Drive to Cadiz, the oldest inhabited town of the Spanish peninsula. Walking tour of town centre. Continue to Seville, the capital of Andalucía, known for its typical Spanish atmosphere and impressive architecture.
Panoramic tour of the city with photo-stops at the Plaza de España, Plaza de America and María-Luisa Park. Typical lunch with a variety of delicious “tapas” in a typical restaurant in the historical city centre. In the afternoon half-day tour including visit of the Alcázar Royal Palace, the Cathedral (third largest in the world) and the Santa Cruz quarter with its charming narrow streets and typical patios.
Drive to Córdoba. Guided city tour, including visit of the impressive mosque/cathedral, the Mezquita, with its 850 marble-columns. Walking tour through the picturesque streets of the Jewish quarter. Depart to Granada.
Guided visit through the famous Alhambra with its stunning palaces, moorish architecture, and renowned Generalife gardens (a world-heritage site and named by some “The 8th Wonder of the World”). Walk through the historic Albaicín quarter, which has existed since Moorisch times.
Depart to Alfarnatejo, a white village located in Malaga’s mountains. Part of this unique experience you will have the opportunity to visit an olive mill and enjoy lunch in a private house, where you will taste typical dishes cooked and elaborated by the owner ( approx. 6-8 pax per house). Drive to Malaga.
Transfer to Malaga airport for your departure flight or to the hotel on the coast for those extending their stay on the Costa del Sol.