7 Days
Duration
Malaga, Seville
Departures

Andalusia Islamic Heritage Private Tour | 7 Days

Travel Destinations

Malaga | The Alpujarras | Granada | Cordoba | Seville |  Ronda

 

Experience a hassle-free trip to Spain

Explore stunning places in Spain to immerse yourself into the Islamic history of ancient Al Andalus.  Visit the three most popular destinations in Andalusia: Granada, Cordoba & Seville as well as lovely rural villages like the Granadian Alpujarras or Ronda where you will discover fascinating traditions.

THE ROUTE
JOURNEY HIGHLIGHTS 
INCLUSIONS Accommodation in 3/4-star hotels in Europe

 

English speaking tour director

Admission fees to major attractions

 Professional tour guides

HALAL MEALSDaily breakfastDining at Halal restaurants
TRANSPORTPrivate modern van / minibus / coach with professional driver driver
NOT INCLUDED Airfares
Travel Insurance
Lunch and dinner
Gratuities
Admission tickets not indicated as inclusions

Please, read carefully booking Terms & Conditions

 

  Request your changes the tours are flexible

The itinerary specified below is just an example, we will adapt the activities and the length of the tour according to the traveler’s requirements. Send us your request.

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YOUR ITINERARY

Malaga | The Alpujarras | Granada | Cordoba | Seville |  Ronda

Admission tickets to the monuments or activities written in UPPERCASE letter are included

1

Malaga - Granada

 Greetings from your Tour Director at Malaga Airport. Sightseeing tour of the historical center to see the major attractions: the 1st-century Roman Theater, Picasso House, Gibralfaro Castle of Malaga.  Amazed by the view over the Costa del Sol Bay. Start savoring Spanish cuisine tasting popular “Espetos” (Grilled sardines) at the beach or delight with local tapas at Atarazanas Central Market. Continue the journey heading to Granada.
2

Granada

 Enjoy a guided tour of the ALHAMBRA PALACES and gardens, the best-preserved Islamic Heritage of Europe. Later, visit the ALBAYZIN old Muslim quarter for centuries. and a World Heritage. Explore the impressive Islamic building walking its narrow and climbing streets filled with lovely whitewashed houses. Visit Granada Masjid and take a great shot from Saint Nicolas Square’s viewpoint. Dar al-Horra, the princess Palace and Casa Zafra are the features. You may want to explore a traditional house-cave of the SACROMONTE. Discover the fascinating art of Flamenco dance for 17.00 € per person in the show of Alborea Tablao.
3

Granada - The Alpujarras - Granada

Travel to the Granadian ALPUJARRAS Mountains and discover it’s lovely rural villages. Enjoy the scenic drive to the Granadian Alpujarras is a historical site for Muslims, here Al Andalus people stayed for more than 150 years after the conquest of Granada by Catholics. The beautiful valley filled with orchards, rivers and olives trees. In town, you will love the handcrafted products of locals artisans in these towns, from chocolate and honey to traditional carpets. Back to Granada, explore the historical center looking for those famous locations of Islamic Spain history Bib Rambla Square, Old Madrasa, Alcaiceria, Corral del Carbon. Or relax at a wonderful teashop at Calderería street or next to the Darro River in the boulevard.
4

Granada - Cordoba

 Discover the city of Cordoba, once the capital of Al Andalus where you will learn about the splendor of the Umayyad dynasty rulers. Visit the great MOSQUE OF CORDOBA , dated in the 8th-century. Continue exploring by foot the old Jewish quarter and see the Roman Bridge, Calahorra Tower, flower patios, Jewish quarter and Islamic gate of the old Medina.

After a lunch break, we will drive 6 km away from the city visit the Palatial City built by the archaeological site of MADINAT AL ZAHRA (“the shining city”  built by the first Caliph of Cordoba, Abd-ar-Rahman III. The museum and bookshop are quite interesting too. [/timeline_item]

5

Cordoba - Seville

 Travel to Seville.  Visit the oldest palace of Spain, SEVILLE ROYAL ALCAZAR a Mudejar palace dated in the 8th-century.  Explore the charm of the capital of the Spanish Empire in the 16th century while walking Santa Cruz quarter.
6

Seville - Ronda - Malaga

The drive to Ronda is a scenic ride through The Natural Park of Grazalema. Ronda is a beautiful village located at the top of a mountain. Take a great shot over its impressive bridges hanging on these cliffs! Visit the ARAB BATHS, the famous Bullring and museum (admission fee optional) or the Royal Horse Riding School “Real Maestranza de Caballeria”. Continue the journey heading to the south coast, the famous
“Costa del Sol” to explore the capital, Malaga.
7

Malaga Departure

Transfer to airport at least 3 hours before flight departure.

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1 review for Andalusia Islamic Heritage Tour

  1. Khalid Dayat

    Our travel planner set up some cool experiences that we never would have found on our own.

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