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Embark on a 15-day private and customizable tour through the captivating region of Andalusia, where you’ll have the opportunity to discover both the iconic highlights and lesser-known treasures. This immersive journey will take you off the beaten path to explore the picturesque white villages, as well as the breathtaking Atlantic shores, the serene Alpujarras region, and the major historic cities of Seville, Cordoba, Granada, and Malaga.
As you travel from east to west, from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, you’ll delve into the heart of Andalusian culture, indulging in its vibrant traditions, gastronomy, and wine. Immerse yourself in the local way of life through cultural tours, where you’ll visit historical landmarks, palaces, and cathedrals, such as the Alhambra in Granada and the Mezquita in Cordoba.
Hiking enthusiasts will find themselves in paradise as they explore the breathtaking natural beauty of the Alpujarras region and the gorges of Caminito del Rey. Experience the rhythmic and passionate art of flamenco, a quintessential Andalusian tradition that will leave you mesmerized. Visit traditional bodegas and vineyards, where you’ll learn about the winemaking process and enjoy tastings of Andalusia’s finest wines.
This private and customizable tour allows you to tailor your experiences according to your preferences and interests. Whether you’re seeking cultural immersion, outdoor adventures, culinary delights, or a blend of everything, Andalusia offers it all. Prepare to be enchanted by the vibrant energy, warm hospitality, and rich heritage of this extraordinary region.Less
Upon arrival at Malaga Airport, you'll receive a warm welcome from our private transfer service, ready to whisk you away in a luxurious vehicle to your exceptional hotel located conveniently in the heart of the city.
Once you've settled into your accommodation, the rest of the day is yours to explore Malaga at your own pace.
If you're eager to fully immerse yourself in the local culture and indulge in the city's culinary delights, we highly recommend joining an evening tapas tour. Led by an expert local guide, this gastronomic adventure will take you on a delightful journey, allowing you to savor a variety of traditional tapas dishes while discovering the charming essence of the Andalusian city.
Embark on a fascinating walking tour with an expert guide to explore the rich artistic and cultural heritage of Malaga. Discover the Moorish citadel, Alcazaba, perched on a hill overlooking the harbor, and uncover its stunning gardens and princely palaces. Witness the remarkable Roman Theatre, a testament to the city's ancient importance as a Mediterranean port.
Stroll through the lively city center, adorned with vibrant pedestrian streets, and marvel at the grand Renaissance Cathedral. Malaga's reputation as the city of museums is well-deserved, with the renowned Picasso Museum being a highlight. Experience the incredible cultural revitalization of Malaga through the masterpieces of the universal genius born in the city.
Immerse yourself in the captivating history and artistic treasures of Malaga, a city shaped by diverse cultural legacies throughout the ages.
Embark on a thrilling day trip from Malaga-Marbella as you journey to Ronda, with a captivating stop at the famous Caminito del Rey for an exhilarating hiking adventure.
The Caminito del Rey, known as The King's Little Pathway, winds along the towering walls of the Guadalhorce River gorge in the stunning Malaga mountains. Originally built for dam workers in the early 20th century and inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII, this walkway earned a reputation as the world's most dangerous before being closed for over a decade.
Now meticulously restored and reopened since March 2015, the Caminito del Rey offers a safe and awe-inspiring experience for nature enthusiasts. Accompanied by an English-speaking private instructor, you'll learn about the history and marvel at the natural surroundings as you traverse vertical rocks and cross a footbridge suspended above the gorge.
After the hiking excursion, your journey continues to the picturesque town of Ronda
Immerse yourself in the captivating history and wines of Ronda during your stay. Explore the town's landmarks with an expert guide, including the awe-inspiring Puente Nuevo and the iconic Plaza de Toros.
Stroll through the historic streets adorned with colorful flowerpots and balconies, experiencing the fusion of Christian and Moorish influences.
After the tour, indulge in a wine culture experience at a top-notch winery near Ronda. Witness the entire process of crafting exquisite organic wines while enjoying breathtaking views of the valley and town.
With an expert guide, explore the rustic finca, visit the cellar, and savor a wine tasting. Finish off with a delightful traditional lunch featuring Andalusian gazpacho, Iberian ham, Payoyo cheese, and Spanish tortilla.
Embark on a picturesque private transfer from Ronda to Cadiz, meandering through the awe-inspiring Grazalema Mountain Range and pausing at captivating Andalusian villages.
Navigate through the verdant mountains and valleys of Sierra de Grazalema, renowned for its abundant rainfall and diverse flora, including pine, oak, wild olive, and the endemic Abies Pinsapo fir trees. Discover the alluring white-washed villages that dot the landscape.
A recommended detour leads to Arcos de la Frontera, earning its "de la Frontera" epithet for its position on the frontier between the Kingdom of Castile and the Sultanate of Granada during the late Middle Ages. Its labyrinthine narrow streets, precariously hanging over a cliff, reveal the urban design of medieval Islamic towns. Following the Christian reconquest, Arcos was adorned with new palaces, monasteries, and churches. Savour awe-inspiring views of the green valley and the meandering Guadalete River from a magnificent terrace.
Delight in gastronomic experience during your lunch break before concluding the journey with the final leg to your hotel in the nearby city of Cadiz.
Discover the captivating charm of Cádiz, the oldest city in the Western World, on a private tour led by an expert local guide. Uncover the fascinating heritage of this historic Atlantic emporium, founded by the Phoenicians 3000 years ago.
Immerse yourself in the cultural, gastronomic, and economic impact that this seafaring civilization had on the Mediterranean and beyond. Explore the city's remarkable vestiges, including exceptional sarcophagi, unearthed artifacts, and the Roman theater, highlighting Cádiz's significance as a thriving Atlantic port in ancient times.
Journey forward to the 18th century, when Cádiz flourished as a bourgeois, cosmopolitan, and prosperous commercial center. Experience the grandeur of colonial architecture, exemplified by the opulent houses of wealthy merchants adorned with lofty watchtowers, such as the Tavira Tower, offering panoramic views of the luminous bay.
Elegant squares and charming cafés bear witness to this era of refinement and openness. The Cathedral, blending late Baroque and Neoclassical styles, stands as an imposing symbol of prosperity. Its copper-colored dome dominates the bay, earning it the monikers "The Cathedral of the Americas" and "Santa Cruz over the Seas."
Experience an alluring day excursion from Cadiz, immersing yourself in the captivating Atlantic coastline of the Cadiz province. This private tour unveils Roman temples, a vibrant fishing port, a picturesque white town, and pristine dunes.
As you journey along the scenic Atlantic coast, learn about the rich history and customs shaped by ancient civilizations like the Phoenicians, Romans, and Moors.Explore the Roman archaeological site of Baelo Claudia, nestled in a Natural Park overlooking Bolonia's sandy beaches and bay. Discover its well-preserved theater, temples, markets, and salting factories that once produced the renowned "garum" fish sauce.
Witness the living fishing traditions of Barbate, renowned for the "Almadraba" tuna-catching technique. Visit the bustling market with its lively fish stalls. These shores also hold historic naval battle sites, including Cape Trafalgar, where Admiral Nelson triumphed over Napoleon's fleet in 1805.
Take a pause in Vejer de la Frontera, a hilltop town encircled by medieval ramparts, and soak in the charm of an authentic Andalusian village. Savor a delightful lunch featuring regional cuisine sourced from the abundant ocean and nearby grazing lands.
Indulge in the world of horses and wines in Jerez during a private transfer from Cadiz to Seville. Explore the rich traditions of this Andalusian city, renowned for its Sherry wine production and the breeding of pure Andalusian horses.
Your chauffeur will pick you up from your Cadiz hotel and take you to a prestigious bodega that specializes in the oldest sherry wines and brandies. Learn about the sherry-making process and savor the exquisite flavors of these Andalusian wines, which have been exported to England since the 16th century.
Jerez de la Frontera is also famous for its pure-bred Spanish horses. Witness the mesmerizing show "How the Andalusian Horses Dance," accompanied by quintessential Spanish music. After the performance, enjoy a delicious meal at a traditional restaurant in Jerez, savoring the regional cuisine that combines ingredients from the surrounding meadows, mountains, and the nearby Atlantic Ocean. Finally, continue your journey to Seville.
Experience the multicultural heritage of Seville on a private walking tour with an expert guide. Discover the Alcázar Real, where Islamic and Christian artistic traditions intertwine in palaces and gardens from different periods.
Visit the Cathedral, a grand Gothic church housing 80 chapels and the tomb of Christopher Columbus. With remnants of its Muslim past, such as the Orange Tree Courtyard and the towering Giralda, it stands as an iconic symbol of Seville.
Wander through the charming Santa Cruz quarter, once home to a thriving Jewish community. Explore its peaceful passages, plazas, and courtyards, immersing yourself in the district's distinctive Sevillian atmosphere.
Explore the enchanting city of Seville and its vibrant neighborhoods on an eBike tour. With a private guide leading the way, pedal through the lively Andalusian capital to discover its remarkable landmarks.
During the "Seville and its neighborhoods" tour, venture off the beaten path and explore the scenic banks of the Guadalquivir River, the EXPO 1992 site with its impressive bridges, the island of la Cartuja, the historic Macarena neighborhood and its Moorish city walls, the bustling Alameda de Hercules square, and the modern Metropol Parasol. Experience a journey through time, from the 11th century to the present day.
In the evening, immerse yourself in the passion of Flamenco by visiting one of Seville's renowned "Tablaos." Witness a captivating show featuring mesmerizing singing, dancing, and soul-stirring music.
Embark on a day excursion from Seville to the Sierra de Aracena, known as the sanctuary of exquisite Iberian ham. Explore the secluded mountain range, picturesque villages, and acorn tree pastures where Pata Negra pigs are bred.
Your driver will pick you up from your Seville hotel and take you to a prestigious ham cellar, where you'll learn about the meticulous elaboration process and traditions behind the renowned Iberian cured ham. Enjoy a tasting of the exquisite ham paired with local wine.
Next, visit the Grotto of the Marvels in the charming village of Aracena. Marvel at the underground galleries, lakes, and caves of extraordinary beauty in a guided small group tour.
Before returning to Seville, indulge in the local gastronomy by sitting at one of the terrace bars in the beautiful village square. Experience the flavors of the region before concluding your day trip.
Travel from Seville to Granada, with a delightful stop in Cordoba. Your private driver will smoothly transfer you, providing an opportunity to explore Cordoba's remarkable attractions.
With an expert local guide, immerse yourself in Cordoba's illustrious history on an exclusive tour. Discover its past as the center of the Umayyad Caliphate, known for cultural advancements over a thousand years ago. Marvel at the breathtaking Great Umayyad Mosque, featuring magnificent arches and columns made of jasper, marble, and granite. The Cathedral within the mosque showcases Renaissance and Baroque artistry.
Stroll through the charming streets of La Judería, once bustling with a vibrant Jewish community. Experience Cordoba's allure with its whitewashed houses, elegant mansions, and picturesque patios adorned with flowers and greenery. Indulge in a delectable gastronomic experience in a lush traditional patio and taste a typical Andalusian menu. Continue your journey to the captivating city of Granada, enriched by the wonders of Cordoba.
Perched atop a strategic hill in Granada, the Alhambra citadel proudly showcases its enchanting palaces and vibrant gardens, the sole surviving royal residences of an Islamic dynasty from the Middle Ages.
Immerse yourself in a world of courtyards adorned with flowing water and walls adorned with intricate geometric and floral patterns, reminiscent of the fabled Garden of Eden.
Throughout the private tour, your expert guide, well-versed in Islamic Art, will unveil the hidden secrets and symbolic meanings embedded within these palaces, evoking the allure of tales from the Arabian Nights.
Discover the mathematical achievements, philosophical concepts, and poetic metaphors delicately carved into the walls—a testament to an entire civilization's brilliance and cultural legacy.
In the afternoon, experience the opulence of Moorish Spain in Granada with an Arab Bath and Perfume Creation. Enjoy a pristine hammam in the historic Albayzin quarter, indulging in steam rooms, pools, and expert massages.
Experience a captivating adventure near the southern face of the Sierra Nevada in the Alpujarras region, where your passion for hiking merges with the exploration of a history-rich and culturally vibrant past. Our knowledgeable local guide will curate a personalized itinerary tailored to your preferences, allowing you to traverse the natural wonders of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range.
Immerse yourself in an extraordinary environment blessed with majestic valleys, meandering rivers, verdant foliage, and an ideal climate for trekking. During your expedition, you will journey through picturesque white villages that have meticulously preserved their medieval architectural charm.
This secluded region is renowned for its unique geographical setting, gastronomic traditions rooted in self-sufficiency, and a way of life steeped in profound history and enduring customs. Our quest is to delve into the remarkable human ability to adapt to their surroundings, making it a central theme throughout our exploration.
As your time in Andalusia comes to an end, it's time to bid farewell to your hotel and embark on a private transfer to the airport for your departure flight.
We sincerely hope that your stay in Andalusia has been filled with delightful experiences as you explored in depth its natural landscapes and historic towns.