Costa Del Sol | Granada | Córdoba | Carmona | Jerez | Ronda | Seville
- Tour The Alhambra – one of Spain’s most celebrated monuments and a UNESCO World Heritage site
- Visit the Jewish Quarters in Cordoba and Seville
- Visit the Seville Cathedral – the third largest church in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
- Watch a equestrian ballet horse riding exhibition at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art
|Granada||2||Parador de San Francisco****|
|Seville||2||Parador de Carmona****|
|Ronda||2||Parador de Ronda****|
Upon arrival, pick up your rental car then drive to Granada.
Travel to and tour The Alhambra, one of Spain’s most celebrated monuments and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Built in the 14th-century, this palace is one of the finest examples of Moorish art and architecture. Lunch at the famous restaurant Ruta del Veleta. (B, L)
Drive to Córdoba and visit of the magnificent Mezquita, a 12th-century mosque that was transformed into a Catholic Church. Then the Jewish Quarter and its synagogue, considered one of the most significant in Spain. After lunch, continue to Carmona. (B)
Drive to Seville for a city tour, including Plaza de España; Plaza de América; the Maria Luisa Park, home to many monuments and to numerous ponds and fountains; and Torre del Oro a 13th-century military watchtower overlooking the Guadalquivir River. Visit the third-largest church in the world, the Seville Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Then a walking tour through the old Jewish Quarter of Santa Cruz, the oldest Jewish quarter in Europe. (B)
Journey to Jerez, capital of sherry wine and horse breeding. Visit González Byass, the bodega of the famous ‘Tio Pepe’ and enjoy one of the best brandies in Spain. Continue to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art to attend an equestrian ballet horse-riding exhibition*. After lunch, continue your drive inland towards Ronda. (B, L)
Note: Horse riding exhibition in Jerez occurs on Thursdays only.
Private walking tour of Ronda. Visit the Moorish baths, the remains at the Puerta de Los Molinos and the Church Santa María la Mayor. Continue to the 18th-century Tajo Bridge, a 400-foot high stone bridge that took 34 years to complete. Then enter El Mercadillo, where the bullring is located. (B)
Return to Málaga Airport to return your car and board your return flight home. (B)