Costa del Sol and Andalucia

Portugal and Spain

7 Nights Hotel – Melia Sol Principe – Half Board

From – USD $ 1750 pp
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Malaga, the Andalucian City on the shores of the Mediterranean, has a fascinating combination of cultural side and sunny beaches offering a lively atmosphere to this pretty town which attracts visitors’ year round


1) Seville – Cathedral de Seviiila, La Giralda, Royal Alcazar Barrio de Santa Cruz ( Old Town
2) Cordoba – City of flowers – Visit to the Great Mezquita and The Jewish Quarter
3) Granada – Alhambra Palace with Generalife Gardens, Courtyards and Fountains
4) Ronda – Most striking and photogenic spots in Andalucia

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Day 1 – Tuesday – Arrival

Met upon arrival at Malaga Airport. Transfer to your Hotel
Remainder of the Day at Leisure. Overnight Malaga

Day 2- Wednesday – Day Trip to Seville

One of our air-conditioned coaches will pick you up at your meeting point on the Costa del Sol. Sit back and relax on your trip to Seville Enjoy a panoramic tour of the city and see Paseo de Colón, Plaza de
América, Avenida de las Palmeras, María Luisa Park and the Guadalquivir River . Take advantage of the stop at Plaza España to take some photos of this emblematic landmark in the city. Back on the bus, head to the Murillo Gardens . 
After the visit, follow your guide to the old town and delve into the narrow, winding streets full of mystery. We welcome you to the Barrio de Santa Cruz , one of the most charming areas in the city
Next you will visit the Cathedral , the third largest in the world behind St. Peter's in Rome and St. Paul's in London. It dates back to the 15th century and is built on an old mosque from the late 12th century. Later, you will have free time to have lunch on your own. Meet your guide at the famous Torre del Oro for the return to Costa del Sol.

Day 3 – Thursday – Cordoba

One of our air-conditioned coaches will pick you up at your meeting point on the Costa del Sol. Sit back and relax on your trip to Córdoba. Discover the mix of cultures present in Córdoba with a panoramic tour of the city . See the Roman Bridge, the Jewish Quarter, the Synagogue and the Mosque . Follow your guide through the old town and explore the narrow streets of the Jewish Quarter , a World Heritage Site. Visit the emblematic Mosque of Córdoba , built during the Arab occupation and later converted into the Catholic Cathedral. Admire its colorful mosaics and spectacular stained glass windows with your guide, who will explain everything you need to know about the building. After the guided tour you will have free time to have lunch on your own before meeting your guide at the Reales Alcázares to return to the Costa del Sol.

Day 4 – Friday – Granada


One of our air-conditioned coaches will pick you up at your meeting point in Costa del Sol to head towards Granada, located about 130 kilometers from Malaga. Sit back and relax during the ride. Upon arrival, discover the beautiful historic center of Granada with your guide. This city full of history, has numerous monuments and places of interest. Learn about the history of the souk, the Cathedral, the Royal Chapel, and much more! Enjoy free time to taste the famous and delicious tapas, go shopping, or take photos in the emblematic buildings of the city center. At the agreed time, meet your guide again to head to the Alhambra.

The Generalife Gardens complex includes access to the Paseo de los Cipreses, Alcazaba, with the Torre de la Vela and the Garden of the Adarves, the Partal, with the portico of the palace and gardens and walks and of course the gardens and palace with the Acequia patio, the Sultana patio and water staircase, as well as the Palace of Carlos V. The Alhmabra, has been declared a World Heritage Site, it is the most famous and best preserved Moorish building in Spain. Discover the different decorative details around the monument, built in the 13th century. During the 13th and 14th centuries the Alhambra grew as a palatine city, until the Christian conquest of Granada. Later it would become a Royal House, the General Captaincy of the Kingdom of Granada and a military fortress until its declaration as a monument. Admire the rich architecture of the place, adapted to all the changes that the complex has undergone over the centuries. Walk through the Generalife Gardens and marvel at what was the palace's recreational area during the Nasrid dynasty.

At the end we will return to our original destination in Costa del Sol.

Entrance to the Generalife Gardens and the Alcazaba (duration 1.5 to 2 hours)
Guided tour of the historic center and free time in Granada
Transportation by air-conditioned coach
Multilingual accompanying guide

Food, drinks or other services not specified
Entrance tickets to the Nasrid Palaces, Mexuar, Comares Palace,
Palace of the Lions and Corridor-Lindaraja

IMPORTANT The full name, nationality and passport or identity card of each of the participants is completely necessary to make the reservation.

We reserve the right to alter the itinerary or cancel the tour for reasons of force majeure. The tour itinerary will be subject to the Alhambra visiting hours provided by the Alhambra Council.
The tour will be confirmed once we have access to purchase tickets for the Generalife Gardens.
Comfortable shoes are recommended.
This trip is not recommended for people with reduced mobility.

Day 5 – Saturday – Ronda

One of our air-conditioned coaches will pick you up at your meeting point on the Costa del Sol. 
Head to Ronda , this town is divided in two by the famous New Bridge , one of the essential places to see in Ronda and that connects the old city with the new over an abyss 100 meters deep. Upon arrival, discover the entire history of this beautiful town in Andalusia with the guided tour . Visit the Puerta de Almocábar, the Church of the Holy Spirit, the Plaza del Ayuntamiento and the Cathedral Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation, today known as the Church of Santa María la Mayor (exteriors).  Visit the Maestranza Bullring , one of the oldest in Spain, considered the birthplace of traditional bullfighting. It is also known for its traditional Goyesca bullfight, in which the costumes of the bullfighters and spectators transport us to the time of the famous painter Goya.  Enjoy free time to visit and/or have lunch on your own. Meet your guide for the return trip to the Costa del Sol.

Day 6 – Sunday – At Leisure – Evening Optional Flamenco Show
Day 7 – Monday – At Leisure – Or to Enjoy the Beaches
Day 8 – Tuesday – Depart Costa Del Sol for Home City

7 Nights Hotel – Melia Sol Principe – Half Board
From – USD $ 1750 pp

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