Passions Andalouses

Day 1: Málaga Airport – Costa del Sol

  • Group arrival in Málaga Airport
  • Transfer from the airport to the hotel, Costa del Sol
  • Dinner and accomodation in Costa del Sol, 3* hotel

Day 2: Costa del Sol – Nerja – Granada

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure for Nerja
  • Guided tour of Nerja: Included admission to the Nerja Caves
  • Balcon de Europa, Nerja Caves
  • Lunch in Nerja
  • Road to Granada
  • The city is built below the Sierra Nevada, montain range which reaches 3398 meters, the highest sumit of Spain. It is a magic set of monuments, alleys, districts and lights.
    The atmosphere is difficult to describe, arab for 700 years, all historial districts are marked by a refined culture which dissolved with the arrival of christians in 1492.
    This is the last spanish moor city.

  • Dinner and accomodation in Granada, 3* hotel in the city centre (possibility of extra to assist to a Flamenco party)

Day 3: Granada

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Guided tour of Granada: Included admission to the Alhambra
  • Alhambra-Generalife, Charles V’s palace and Alcazaba
  • Lunch at the hotel
  • Visit of the Albaicin of Granada
  • Dinner and accomodation in Granada, 3* hotel in the city center

Day 4: Granada – Córdoba

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure for Córdoba
  • Farmer capital of Al Andalus in the 10th century, Abderraman III decided to turn the city into an independant caliphate and a flourishing city, cultured and refined where the three religions, christian, muslim and jewish lived in harmony.
    The Mosque-Cathedral is an amazing arabic construction supported by around one thousand marble columns. Its originality is legitimate because there is a gothic, baroque and plateresque cathedral included is the Mosque.

  • Road to Baena
  • Stop to Luque, at the heart of the first-world region of olive oil production (possibility of purchase)
  • Lunch in Córdoba
  • Guided tour of Córdoba: Included admission to the Mosque-Cathedral
  • Roman bridge, Mosque-Cathedral, and Jewish Quarter
  • Dinner and accomodation in Córdoba, 3* hotel in the city center

Day 5: Córdoba – Seville

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure for Seville
  • Capital city of Andalusia, the fourth largest city in Spain, built on Guadalquivir shores, the main river of the region. For centuries, boats containing gold and products from America arrived from this river to be delivered to the Spanish Kingdom and the rest of Europe.
    Seville is full of an amazing artistic heritage, unique in the world where different civilizations kept their footprints: the Romans with emperors Trajan and Hadrien, Visigoths, caliphs from Córdba from 7th century to 11th century, and the Almohads with the famous king Al-Mansour.

  • Lunch in Seville
  • Guided tour of Seville: Included admission to the Cathedral
  • Giralda-cathedral, Jewish Santa Cruz Quarter, Maria Louisa Park and Spain Square.
  • Dinner and accomodation in Sevile, 3* hotel in the city center (possibility of extra to assist to a Flamenco party)

Day 6: Seville – Jerez de la Frontera – Cádix

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Departure for a visit of bull breeding in Seville
  • Road to Jerez de la Frontera
  • Visit of a wine cellar in Jerez
  • Lunch in Jerez de la Frontera
  • Road to Cadix
  • Guided panoramic tour of Cadix
  • Dinner and accomodation in Cadix region, 3* hotel

Day 7: Cadix – Ronda – Costa del Sol

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Road to White Villages
  • Lunch in Ronda
  • The old city of Ronda, dating from 711, is based 113 km from Málaga and reaches 800 meters above sea level. The New Bridge is the symbol of the city, with its impressive precipice separating the Old City and its most recent part.
    This piece of art has got a height of 98 meters, built of stone and composed of 3 arches.
    Ronda was built on a plateau notched by a deep gorge. Because of its location, the city was one of the last muslim bastions in Andalusia.
    The moorish old city is typical of the Andalusian white villages. On the other side, you will find the modern city, oldest Spanish arenas dating from the end of the 18th century, that’s why this city is considered like the cradle of the bullfight art.

  • Guided tour of Ronda: Included admissions to the Arena and the Church
  • Tajo, Arena and Church of Santa Maria la Moyor
  • Road to Costa del Sol
  • Dinner and accomodation in Costa del Sol, 3* hotel

Day 8: Costa del Sol – Málaga Airport

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer from the hotel to the airport
  • Assistance at the Málaga Airport
  • End of your services
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