6 days roundtrip in Andalusia

Day 1 - FROM MALAGA TO GRANADA (130 km - 1,5 hours)



EL BALCÓN DE EUROPA - panorama view

The Balcon de Europa (Balcony of Europe) was constructed in 1487. Formerly a IX Century Castle, it is now a viewing point above the sea. At the Calahonda gap, the Paseo de Carabineros begins, a scenic path winding the way through the rocks bordering the seashore down to the Burriana Beach.



Opening hours: July-August 10:00-19:30, September-May 10:00-14:00

Tickets: 7 EUR/adult, 3,5 EUR/child

Duration: 1,5-2 hour

La Cueva de Nerja, called the "natural cathedral of the Costa del Sol", is located 750 meters from the coastline on a hillock, about 200 meters above sea level and at the side of the Sierra de Almijara. It is located only 5 km from town and 1 km of annexed Maro. The cavity open to the public has an area of about 140,000 square meters, being its maximum length of 700 meters. The cave is divided into three great parts: the Low Galleries or Tourist Galleries, the High Galleries (discovered in 1960) and the New Galleries (discovered in 1969). At present works are carried out for the opening of new galleries.


SIERRA NEVADA (highest panorama road in Europe - 175 km, 4 hours)

The Sierra Nevada, meaning "snowy range" in Spanish, is a mountain range in the region of Andalusia in Spain. It contains the highest point of continental Spain, Mulhacén at 3,478 metres.

Day 2 - granada

ENROUTE CAVES - cave dwelling, underground cathedral, wine cellars


ALHAMBRA - the most famous example of Moorish architecture with gardens, baths, palaces

Opening hours:

Days tours - Alcaza, Nasrid Palaces, Generalife, Mosque, gardens - March-October 8:30-20:00, November-February 8:30-18:00 

Night tours - Nasrid Palaces, Palace of Carlos V - March-October 22:00-23:30, November-February 20:00-21:30

(last admission 1 hour before closing)

Tickets: 12 EUR/adult, 6 EUR/child

Online tickets (suggested to avoid queue)

Duration: 3,5-4 hours

The Alhambra was a palace, a citadel, fortress, and the home of the Nasrid sultans, high government officials, servants of the court and elite soldiers (from the 13th to the 14th century). Today, the monument is divided into four main areas: the Palaces, the military zone or Alcazaba, the city or Medina and the agricultural estate of the Generalife. All of these areas are surrounded by woods, gardens and orchards.



Tours: 9:30/10:00, 16:00/16:30

Tickets: 38 EUR/person/afternoon tour, 55 EUR/person/morning tour with lunch

Wine tasting enroute: 15 EUR/person

Duration: 6 hours

Together with our English speaking guide, you will experience the beautiful Andalusian country views and the charming white villages. Enjoy a tasting of different olive oils and visit a beautifully preserved 15th century olive oil mill. Find the best selection of Andalusian products in a specialized store, such as olive oils, wines, Serrano ham, cheese and unique pieces of Granada’s Taracea woodwork... In a typical Andalusian meson you will enjoy a delicious home-made lunch; you can choose between various typical dishes: paella, gazpacho, sea food soup, roast ham and other local specialities.


FLAMENCO SHOW - in original gypsy caves



Show: 22:00

Ticket: 25 EUR/person



Show: 21:30, 23:00

Ticket: 25 EUR/person

Day 3 - from granada to CORDOBA (200 km - 2,5 hours)


Opening hours: Monday-Friday 12:30 (Saturday-Sunday on request)

Tickets: 2,95 EUR/person (weekend 3,95 EUR/person)

Duration: 1 hour




Pack 1: Mosque, Castle of Christian Monarch, Caliph´s Baths, Flamenco show - 30 EUR/person

Pack 2: Mosque, Castle of Christian Monarch, Synagogue, Caliph´s Baths, Flamenco show - 43 EUR/person

Pack 3: Mosque, Castle of Christian Monarch, Synagogue, Caliph´s Baths, guide city walks - 41 EUR/person



Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00-18:00, Sunday and public holidays 9:00-10:30 and 14:00-18:00

Tickets: 8 EUR/adult, 4 EUR/child

Duration: 1 hour

The Great Mosque -Aljama- of Cordoba, built during the period of Moorish occupation, is the most splendid Islamic monument in the western world. Its construction commenced in 785, when Abd-ar-Rahman established Cordoba as capital of al-Andalus, on the site of an ancient church dedicated to San Vicente and was extended during successive periods by Abd-ar-Rahman II, Al-Hakam II and Almanzor.



Opening hours: 16 September-15 June, Tuesday-Friday 8:30-19:30, Saturday 9:30-16:30, Sundays and public holidays 9:30-14:30, 16 June-15 September, Tuesday-Saturday 8:30-14:30, Sundays and public holidays 9:30-14:30

(last admission 30 minutes before closing)

Tickets: 4 EUR/adult, 2 EUR/child

Free entrance every Wednesday.

Duration: 1 hour

The Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos is a quadrangular building notable for its powerful walls and three towers: the Tower of the Lions, the Tower of Allegiance, and the Tower of the River. The Tower of the Lions contains intricately decorated ceilings that are the most notable example of Gothic architecture in Andalusia. Inside, the Alcázar houses Roman mosaics and sarcophagi from the 2nd and 3rd centuries, as well as Moorish baths (now used for weddings). The Alcázar is surrounded by magnificent gardens called the Paseo de los Reyes where there are statues of all the kings linked to the palace-fortress.

Day 4 - FROM CORDOBA TO SEVILLE (150 km, 1,5 hours)


Free unlimited use of Seville public transports, free or discounted admission to main attractions (Catedral de Sevilla, La Giralda, Royal Alcazar, Casa de Pilatos, Isla Mágica), and discounts in several restaurant, bars and shops. Additional to these unlimited tours with Hop on hop off buses and free cruise on Guadalquivir river.

Cards: 50 EUR/1 day, 60 EUR/2 days, 65 EUR/3 days


CITY SIGHTSEEING (sightseeing by bus) - Hop on hop off

Tickets: 16 EUR/adult, 7 EUR/child

Schedule: October-March 10:00-18:00, April-July 10:00-20:00, August-September 10:00-22:00

Frequency: 20 minutes

Routes: 2 different routes including 100 stops

Language: Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Chinese, Hebrew, Greek, Catalan


CATEDRAL DE SEVILLA AND LA GIRALDA - the largest cathedral of Europe with world famous Morish bell tower

Opening hours: July-August, Monday-Saturday 9:30-16:30, Sunday 14:30-18:00, September-June, Monday-Saturday 11:00-17:30, Sunday 14:30-18:00

Tickets: 8 EUR/adult, 2 EUR/child

Duration: 1,5 hours

The Cathedral of Seville in Seville, Andalucia is the largest Gothic cathedral and the third-largest church in the world. It occupies the site of a great mosque in the late 12th century. Its central nave rises to an awesome 42 metres and even the side chapels seem tall enough to contain an ordinary church. Two parts of the mosque were thankfully preserved in the cathedral: the Moorish entrance court (Patio de los Naranjos); and the Giralda, originally a minaret, converted into a bell tower.



Opening hours: October-March, Tuesday-Saturday 9:30-17:00, Sunday 9:30-13:30, April-September, Tuesday-Saturday 9:30-19:00, Sunday 9:30-17:00, Monday closed

Tickets: 7,5 EUR/adult, free for children

Duration: 1 hours

The Alcázar of Seville is a royal palace in Seville. The palace is one of the best remaining examples of mudéjar architecture. Subsequent monarchs have added their own additions to the Alcázar. The upper levels of the Alcázar are still used by the royal family as the official Seville residence and are administered by the Patrimonio Nacional.


REAL FÁBRICA DE TABACOS DE SEVILLA - Royal Tobocco Factory, workplace of "Carmen", today part of University of Sevilla

Opening hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-22:00

Free entrance.

Duration: 30 minutes

Real Fabrica de Tabacos, located next door to Hotel Alfonso XIII, was built in the 18th century for the production of tobacco products. At one point, it was the largest industrial building in all of Europe, complete with moats, a chapel, a jailhouse, courtyards, and several fountains. Today, it is the main building for the University of Sevilla. This is a nice place to take a stroll because it is very accessible,and anyone can walk around the grounds or through the building.



Duration: 2 hours

Isla de la Cartuja was redeveloped for the expo 1992. Today the island in the heart of the city offers you a world of magic, emotion and fun. Seven fascinating areas recreating the century of explorations, great attractions, games, magnificent restaurants and stores.

Day 5 - FROM SEVILLE TO JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA (100 km - 1,5 hours)

GONZALES BYASS/BODEGAS TIO PEPE - sherry distillery, audiovisual show, 300 year-old laboratory

Guided tours: 16 September-May, Monday-Saturday 12:00-18:30, Sunday 12:00-14:00, July-15 September, Monday-Saturday 11:00-18:90, Sunday 11:00-14:00, hourly

Tickets (with sherry tasting): 16 EUR/person

Duration: 1,5 hours

As producers of the world famous Tio Pepe sherry, Gonzales Byass is the most famous and most visited of the wineries. The novelty factor of their tour is a miniature train which transfers you around the complex. The tour begins at their most prestigious cellar called La Concha then takes you to a larger cellar where the alcohol smell is quite wonderful.


GARVEY JEREZ - sherry distillery, museum, factory

Guided tours: Monday-Friday 9:00-14:00, Saturday-Sunday and public holidays on request

Tickets (with sherry tasting): 5-6 EUR/adult, 3-4 EUR/child

Duration: 1,5 hours

At present Garvey Wine Cellars is one of the pre-eminent companies in the domestic “wine, brandy and spirits” market. It has well-known brand names such as the dry Fino Sherry “San Patricio” and “Espléndido” brandy. The Garvey Jerez tour includes a visit to the Wine cellars of San Patricio, Don Guillermo, the Brandy Cellar, the Label Museum and the Garvey Sacristy while daily business is carried on in the cellars.


SANDEMAN - sherry distillery, museum, audiovisual show

Guided tours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:30-14:30/13:30, Tuesday, Thursday 10:30-14:00/15:00 hourly, Saturday on request, Sunday closed

Tickets (with 3 sherries tasting): 6,5 EUR/person

Duration: 1,5 hours

Founded in 1790, Sandeman is one of Jerez’s leading sherry companies. It has a refurbished Visitors Centre, featuring a combination of traditional elements for producing Jerez wine and modern audiovisual installations. The Man in the Black Cape (Don Sandeman, the emblematic figure of the brand) guides visitors on a journey that sees the fruit of Jerez’s vineyards converted into one of the world's most authentic and famous wines.



Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00-14:00/15:00, Sunday closed

(last admission 15 minutes before closing)

Show: Tuesday (March-December only), Thursday, Friday (August only) 12:00


Carriage Museum: 4 EUR/adult, 2,5 EUR/child

Half tour (Palace Rooms, The Museum of Equestrian Art, The Carriage Museum, Gardens and the Saddlery): 6 EUR/adult, 4 EUR/child

Thematic visit (training sesions, the stables, the tack-room, the Saddlery, the Palace Rooms, the Museum of Equestrian Art and the Carriage Museum): 10 EUR/adult, 6 EUR/child

Show: 15-25 EUR/person (depending on seat)

Duration: 1,5-2 hours

The 19-century palace by the architect Garnier who designed the Paris Opera is inspired by Renaissance forms and discreetly Baroque. The highligh of the palace, the show "How Andalusian horses dance" is an equestrian ballet set to typically Spanish music and performed in 18th-century costumes. The choreographies are taken from reprises used in classical and country dressage, and from other works of traditional horsemanship. There are between six and eight choreographies in each show, all with the same standard and showmanship. The School's programme is arranged with the following repertoire: Country dressage, Classical dressage, the Carriages, In-hand work and the Parade.



PLAZA DE TOROS - one of the oldest operational bullrings in Spain

Opening hours: November-February 10:00-18:00, March and October 10:00-19:00, April-September 10:00-20:00

Tickets: 6 EUR/adult, 4 EUR/child

Audio guide (English, Spanish, French, German)

Duration: 30 minutes

Ronda's bullring, due to its history and architecture, to its character and beauty, is recognized as one of the oldest of Spain, and also as one the most monumental existing bullrings.


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