Andalucía is one of Spain’s most scenic regions, strewn with superb HispanoMoorish architecture. As well as including two of Spain’s greatest sites - the Alhambra in Granada and the Mezquita in Córdoba - this tour explores some of Andalucía’s prettiest countryside and towns.
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Fly from London (regional connections available) to Malaga with British Airways. Transfer to the Sercotel Malaga for 1 night. Welcome drink. (N)
Morning drive to Seville. En route stop at Ronda, which sits in a picturesque location, astride the El Tajo gorge. Visit the bullring and museum before continuing to Seville. Stay 2 nights at the Hotel San Gil. (B)
Morning visit to the Fine Arts Museum. Afternoon tour of the cathedral and the Alcázar. Seville’s cathedral is the largest in Europe and is Christopher Columbus’ burial place, while the Moorish Alcázar Palace is now home to the Spanish royal family. (B)
Morning drive to Córdoba, stopping en route to view the picturesque town of Carmona. Stay at the Macia Alfaros for 2 nights. (B)
Morning visit to the Mezquita, formerly the city's mosque, to see its dazzling interiors. Continue to the picturesque Jewish quarter, a labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets and tiny squares, and view the synagogue. Afternoon optional visit to the Medina Azahara, the ruins of the Muslim medieval town and its vast palace. (B)
Morning drive to Granada. Afternoon at leisure to explore the Charterhouse, one of the finest examples of Spanish baroque architecture, or the El Albayzin district. Stay 2 nights at the Abades Recogidas. (B)
Full-day tour of Granada, including the cathedral, chapel and the Alhambra. The Alhambra was built by the Moors in the 13th and 14th centuries and consists of a spectacular complex of buildings and courtyards, as well as the celebrated Generalife gardens. (B)
Morning transfer to Malaga airport and fly to London with British Airways. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
can be taken privately on a date that suits
you, for which guideline prices are shown.
Alternatively, it can be tailored to your exact
requirements. Please call 020 3411 2135 or email Info@CoxandKings.co.uk.
Ideally located for exploring the city, the Abades Recogidas is situated on Recogidas, one of Granada's most prestigious streets where you can find shops, bars and traditional Spanish tapas restaurants. The Cathedral and the other main shopping street, Reyes Catolicas, are a 5 minute walk from the hotel and the Alhambra is approximately 25 minutes' walk, or a short taxi ride, away. This small 4-star hotel is modern and minimalist in style, with each floor decorated with art works which reflect a different aspect of Spanish culture.
Features: 50 rooms.
Room amenities: Air conditioning, minibar, safe, television,...
The Hotel Maciá Alfaros is located in the historical and commercial centre of Cordoba city and within a 15-minute walk of the Mezquita and the Jewish quarter. Set in a traditional Andalucian building, the hotel maintains some of its original features and the rooms provide a stylish and unique charm. The restaurant, located in Hotel Eurostars Maimonides, serves traditional cuisine from the region
Features: 144 rooms, restaurant, bar, seasonal outdoor swimming pool, terrace, fitness centre, solarium.
Room amenities: Air conditioning, television, telephone, minibar, safe,...
The Hotel San Gil is a 4 star hotel located right in the heart of Seville. The building is a typical Sevillian construction dating back to 1901and restored as a hotel in 1992. Designed by architect D. José Espiau, the Hotel San Gil is listed as one of the hundred most important buildings in Seville. Each guest room has been designed with comfort and convenience in mind and includes modern amenities such as wireless internet access, cable/satellite television, air conditioning and private bathroom. Hotel facilities include a sundeck, a rooftop swimming pool and an Andalusian-style garden fitted with calming fountains, a cypress tree and beautiful mosaic...
The Sercotel Málaga is a 4-star property located in the heart of Malaga, close to the main train station with its modern shopping centre, and just a few minutes' walk from the beach. The renowned Picasso Museum is 20 minutes' walk from the property, as are the cathedral and the old town. Rooms have been designed using simple pastel colours, natural light and modern artwork, and have wooden floors. Features: 141 rooms, restaurant, café, lobby bar. Room amenities: Air conditioning, minibar, safe, satellite television,...
Regional air connections are available from within the UK. Please contact your travel consultant for current prices from your nearest city.
We can also arrange flights from overseas, simply give us a call to find out more.
If you choose to take the tour without flights arranged through Cox & Kings, please contact one of our travel consultants prior to booking the flights to ensure that you are aware of the tour timings and all the implications of not booking through us. We strongly advise you not to book flights independently of Cox & Kings if significant charges would apply in case of cancellation.
Flight details may be subject to change prior to departure.
This extension provides an opportunity to lengthen your stay in Malaga and explore the historic centre of this coastal resort at a leisurely pace, or just relax.
Stay an additional 2 nights in Malaga at the Silken Puerta Malaga. (B)
Full day at leisure. (B)
Morning at leisure. Early afternoon transfer to the airport and fly to London. (B)
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ALA2018: 7 Nights
The city of Malaga flourished during the Muslim era but in later years succumbed to famine and civil war...
The Andalucían city of Granada is set below the spectacular snow-capped peaks of the...
Steeped in history, Cordoba is a city of stunning Moorish architecture, ancient palaces,...
One of the earliest Moorish conquests and the second city of Al-Andalus, in the 15th...