Andalusia classica

6 days / 5 nights – Granada/Sevilla/Malaga
Classical Andalusia

La sua magica bellezza è diventata l’immagine della Spagna all’estero.


Arrival del Granada airport and departure to Granada (arrival in about 1h40m ).
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Granada.


Breakfast, dinner and overnight at hotel.
Morning guided city tour, to visit La Alhambra, the best example of the sophisticated Royal life in the Nazari Islamic kingdom from the XI to XVth century. We will find numerous halls and “patios” (courtyards) of amazing beauty. We will also visit the famous and beautiful Generalife gardens with its fountains. Afternoon at leisure.


Breakfast at hotel and departure to Cordoba. During the Roman age, this city was important, but during the Moslem domination it reached the maximum splendor,specially in the IX and Xth centuries, when Cordoba became the capital of the Caliphate, was the most populated town in the world (almost 1 million). Morning guided city tour, to visit the Mosque, considered one the most beautiful. Then, a walk around the Jewish Quarter, with its narrow streets and Andalusia “patios”, and finishing with a visit of the Synagogue.
Dinner and overnight at hotel in Seville.


Breakfast, dinner and overnight at hotel.
Morning guided tour to visit inside the Gothic Cathedral, the largest in Spain and third in the world, with the Giralda tower (striking minaret of the former mosque). Then a walk by Santa Cruz Quarter, a maze of small alleys and small squares with the peacefulness of a tiny garden is an invitation to rest. Afternoon at leisure.


Breakfast at hotel and departure to JEREZ. Stop to visit a sherry wine cellar with a tasting. Sherry is the best well known Spanish wine abroad, and great part of the local economy is related to the production of this world-famous wine. Departure along the ‘ROUTE OF THE WHITE VILLAGES’ (Arcos de la Frontera, Grazalema,…). All these villages in this mountainous area were part of the warlike border between the Christian and the Muslim kingdoms for more than 3 centuries (XIII to XVth). They are surrounded by brilliant white houses with narrow streets like a maze. The path is filled with fantastic views.
RONDA. In an impressive location, a sheer cleft of over 300 ft. called El Tajo splits the town. Time to visit the bull-ring, built in 1784, considered the most beautiful in Spain. Walking through the old town, we will find nice palaces and some magnificent views over countryside.
(It is possible and we would suggest to include a guided city tour, to know widely the town). Continuation to MALAGA
Dinner and overnight at hotel.


Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to the nearby Malaga airport