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7 Days
From £1790

Andalucia - A Melting Pot of Spanish and Moorish Architecture, Culture and Cuisine

Andalucia is extrodinarily rich in beauty with its whitewashed hill towns, or pueblos blancos, picturesque scenery, wildlife, history, incredible architecture, and a fusion of Moorish and Spanish culture and cuisine. We stay in Seville and Granada and visit Ronda, Cordoba, Jerez de la Frontera and the majestic Alpujarra area of Sierra Nevada

Price is per person sharing a twin or double room and based on 25 passengers. Single supplement applies.



Transfer to the airport for your flight to Malaga. On arrival you will be met by your tour manager and travel to Ronda a remarkable hilltop city, set dramatically above the deep gorge of El Tajo, separating the new town, circa 15th century, from its old town, dating back from Moorish rule. Puente Nuevo, the iconic stone bridge, spans the gorge. Here, you will have a guided tour which includes the Plaza de Torros or 'Bullring', the oldest bullring in Spain constructed entirely of stone. Continue to Seville where you will spend the next 3 nights at the centrally located Hotel Don Paco 3*. Dinner at the hotel


The capital and largest city in Andalucía. Seductive, charismatic, lively and very beautiful, its narrow streets a hive of activity. A guided walking tour of Seville includes the Plaza De España, situated in the lovely Parque de Maria Luisa, the colossal Gothic Cathedral and the Real Alcazar Palace and the Santa Cruz district, the old jewish quarter, and the Torro del Oro, Tower of Gold, situated on the Guadalquivir River. Free afternoon. Dinner at the hotel  

Jerez de la Frontera

Excursion to Jerez de la Frontera, often overlooked, it is one of southern Spain's most beautiful yet less touristy destinations. Famous for its horses, where some of the finest horses in the world are bred and trained, its sherry, is the only place on earth where the drink is made from palomino grapes that grow in the loose, chalky soil and flamenco. Jerez Horse Show and Sherry Bodega  to watch the spectacular equestrian ballet display “How the Andalusian Horses Dance" show at the Royal Andalucian School of Equestrian Art, one of the finest horse shows in the world where the horses literally dance to flamenco music. In the afternoon you will visit one of the traditional sherry wine Bodegas, the product that brought prosperity to this area, with tastings. Diine at a local restaurant in Seville.


Today en-route to Granada we visit the beautiful city of Cordoba. A guided tour will take you around the wonderful quiet residential streets brimming with flower displays and plants on the patios. A lovely riverside and the splendid Roman bridge offering some of the best views of Cordoba. Entry to the magnificent Mezquita, one of the world’s greatest works of Islamic architecture, it is almost impossible to overemphasize its beauty. Construction began in 784 with extensions added in later centuries the interior construction quite revolutionary for its time. We continue to Granada where you will stay for 3 nights at the centrally located 4* Hotel Tent 

Granada & the Alhambra Palace

We have a morning walking tour of the centre of Granada and an afternoon guided tour and entry to the Generalife, a leisure palace for the kings of Granada when they wanted to get away from the official affairs of the palace. We also have a guided tour of of the Alhambra , a complex of medieval and Renaissance residential palaces and courtyards wrapped within a fortressc a 13th century walled city within sight of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Alhambra became a city complete with communal baths, cemeteries, places for prayer and gardens. Its iconic architecture is characterised by stunning frescoes, decorated columns and arches and highly ornamented walls. 

Las Alpujarras

A full day excursion to the Alpujarra area of the Sierra Nevada. Las Alpujarras clings to the southern flanks of the Sierra Nevada, deep, sheltered valleys and gorges which run down to the Mediterranean. There are around 50 picturesque villages, perhaps the prettiest being the famous trio on the slopes of the Poquiera Valley - Capileira, Bubión and Pampaneira, bustling with craft shops and restaurants. The excursion includes tapas lunch and visit to a cured ham bodega with tastings and local wine tasting. Dine at a local Andalucian restaurant.


Transfer to the airport for your flight home

Your holiday includes


  • Return flights and transfers in the UK and at destination
  • 3 nights at 3* Hotel Don Paco, Seville - Breakfast and 2 evening meals with water and wine
  • 3 nights at 4* Hotel Tent, Granada - Breakfasr and 2 evening meals with water and wine
  • 2 x Evening meals at local restaurants in Seville and Granada
  • Guided tour of Ronda
  • Guided tour of Seville
  • Excursion to Jerez de la Frontera
  • Andalucian Horse show Jerez de la Frontera
  • Sherry wine Tasting at Tio Pepe in Jerez de la Frontera
  • Lunches, tastings and snacks
  • Guided Tour of Cordoba with entry to the Mesquita
  • Orientation walk with your tour manager in the centre of Granada
  • Entry and Guided tour of the Alhambra Palace and Generalife Gardens
  • Excursion to the Alpujarra area of the Sierra Nevada
  • Tapas lunch and tastings of Cured ham and wine
  • Transport as per itinerary
  • English speaking tour manager throughout your stay

Hotel Details

Hotel Don Paco, Seville 3***  

Located in the heart of Seville, just 10 minutes’ walk from the Cathedral, Hotel Don Paco offers comfortable and elegant rooms, ideal for business or leisure trips.

On the completely renovated rooftop, guests can enjoy La Terraza de Rialto, a terrace with a pool, sun deck and spectacular views of the city. The hotel also has a buffet restaurant serving local and international dishes and a bar.

Hotel Tent, Granada 4****

Hotel Tent Granada is a modern and elegant 4-star hotel offering an unbeatable location in the centre of Granada, next to Fuentenueva Park and the University of Granada. Historical landmarks such as the Royal Monastery of St Jerome and the Cathedral of Granada are a short walk away from our hotel. And the city’s pride, the Alhambra, is just 20 minutes from the hotel using public transport. A total of 136 rooms decorated in a comfortable, modern, avant-garde style, where every detail has been taken care of to the utmost to ensure every guest’s comfort and relaxation. For those who love good food, Mediterranean dishes and local specialities are served in the restaurant. For your convenience, we also offer room service from morning to evening. An outdoor swimming pool, the water zone made up of a jacuzzi, sauna and Turkish bath, as well as on-site gym.


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