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8 day 7 night stay

Daily departures from 1 April to 30 October


€700 per person

Malaga, Grenada, Cordoba, Seville, Jerex, Ronda, Torremolinos

3* hotel with breakfast


The fee includes:

Hotel, Insurance and cancellation, taxes.

Welcome to Andalusia, a region in southern Spain steeped in history, vibrant culture and breathtaking landscapes. This journey will take us through some of the most fascinating cities in the region: Malaga, Granada, Cordoba, Seville, Jerez, Ronda and Torremolinos. Let's discover the beauty of these unique destinations together.

1. Malaga: Gateway to the Costa del Sol

Malaga, birthplace of Pablo Picasso, welcomes visitors with its mix of history and modernity. Explore Malaga Cathedral, then stroll along Calle Larios, the city's lively main street. Don't forget to visit the Alcazaba and enjoy the seafront with beaches overlooking the Mediterranean.

2. Granada: The Alhambra and the Generalife

Granada is famous for its Moorish masterpiece, the Alhambra. Explore the Generalife's enchanting gardens and admire the complex's stunning architecture. Stroll through the alleys of the World Heritage-listed Albaicin neighborhood and enjoy panoramic views of the city and the Alhambra from the Albaicin.

3. Cordoba: The Great Mosque and the Jewish Heritage

Cordoba is a city that reflects the coexistence of different cultures. The Great Mosque of Cordoba, with its rainbows of columns and arches, is a masterpiece of Moorish architecture. Explore the Judería, the Jewish quarter, with its narrow streets and pleasant squares.

4. Seville: The Essence of Andalusia

Seville enchants with its vibrant atmosphere. Visit Seville Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, and climb the Giralda for a panoramic view. Explore the Alcázar, a complex of Moorish palaces and gardens, and walk along the Plaza de España with its picturesque bridges.

5. Jerez de la Frontera: Land of Sherry and Horse Riding

Jerez is famous for its sherry wine and the art of horse riding. Visit local wineries to savor fine sherry and watch an Andalusian horse show at the Real Escuela Andaluza del Arte Ecuestre. Explore the historic center with its cobbled streets and lively squares.

6. Ronda: The Bridge over the Tajo and Wild Andalusia

Ronda is famous for its spectacular bridge over the Tajo, which connects the old city with the new. Admire the breathtaking landscape of the surrounding gorges and visit the Plaza de Toros, one of the oldest bullfighting arenas in Spain. Explore the romantic streets of Ronda and savor the tranquility of wild Andalusia.

7. Torremolinos: Relax on the Costa del Sol

Conclude your trip in Torremolinos, a seaside town on the Costa del Sol. Enjoy the golden beaches, explore the lively nightlife and savor the local cuisine at one of the many restaurants along the coast. Torremolinos offers the perfect balance between relaxation and fun.


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