Andalusia is unique, a land well known for its Sherry wines paired with tapas and an extroverted and welcoming character of its people. This region has many beautiful sites and places of interest such as the Alhambra in Granada, the Mosque of Cordoba, the Giralda in Seville, the Picasso Museum in Malaga and the famous Costa de Sol. Activities such as Andalusian Ronda wine cellars visits, Sherry/Jerez wine tours, ultimate culinary meals and a wide range of other possibilities...
Seville is the capital of Andalusia and is one of the most recognized cities of Spain. Muslim architectural influence is what catches the attention of this city as it was occupied by the Moors for 800 years. Panoramic tour of the city´s main landmarks to give you a view of Seville. Walk around with a local guide to discover the old town of Santa Cruz to discover the Cathedral, third biggest of the world, the Giralda, symbol of the city, the orange tree patio, the Alcazar, Casa de la Lonja or Indian Archives, a XVI century Renaissance building that contains an important library of all documents related to the discovery of America, and the Archbishop’s Palace all in the same square. The tour continues with a visit of to the Golden Tower, the Triana district, described as the most Sevillian of all, and the Real Maestranza Bullring. Free time in the afternoon to enjoy the Andalusian culture and the traditional route to taste some tapas and a glass of Manzanilla Sherry in one of taverns in the city in order to make your stay memorable. Overnight in Seville.
Day 3. Cordoba.
Transfer by coach to the train station for a high speed train (AVE) ride to Cordoba. Córdoba is a beautiful city with its quaint streets with courtyards decorated with flowers and with long pink sunsets. The city was the largest and most cultured city in Europe in the fifteenth century. Jews, Muslims and Christians lived together in perfect harmony. It is said that the most beautiful women of Andalusia come from Cordoba. Enjoy a guided tour through the Jewish quarter and explore the cathedral and the mosque, one of the most important and symbolic monuments of Spain and in the world. The Christian Kings Alcazar and the Synagogue, built in 1315 is one of the few in Spain that has retained their original structure. The tour continues along the Calleja de las Flores, where you can enjoy a beautiful view of the tower of the Cathedral, the remains of a Roman Temple and the Roman walls. Lunch at a Restaurant with traditional menu. Free time in the afternoon to enjoy Córdoba. Back to Málaga by train. Transfer from the train station to the hotel in Seville.
Day 4. White Villages.
A trip through the White Villages by coach. We start our trip with a visit to Arcos de la Frontera, one of the most outstanding examples of mountainous villages which are located on the top of a hill on the banks of the river Guadalete. It’s a unique village with a beautiful Arabic layout with its narrow streets, Christian Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta, fortress, mills and historic quarters. Continue to Ronda, a town on a cliff 120 meters deep and 70 meters wide. Enjoy a visit to the Winery‐Museum of Ronda, with an ancient tradition of winemaking where we will enjoy some wine tasting and visit the bullring, the oldest in Spain. Walk through the old town and discover the artistic heritage that the city offers such as the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor, Don Bosque House, the Roman Bridge, the Door of the Mills, Arab baths and Islamic walls. Finish the trip to Málaga with an overnight stay.
Day 5. Málaga.
A very cosmopolitan city, Málaga has become a main arrival spot of tourism thanks to its privilege enclave and the development of the Costa del Sol. Panoramic tour of the city´s main landmarks to give you a view of Málaga. Modern art lovers can enjoy the works of world famous painter Pablo Picasso in his Museum in Málaga (optional). Transfer to the airport and end of our services.