Andalusia Islamic Heritage Tour

Andalusia Islamic Heritage

7 Days Tour

Málaga | Granada | Cordoba |  Ronda | Seville

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Experience a fiery flamenco performance in Seville and explore the mysterious maze of alleyways of the old Arab quarter in Albayzin.  to the three most popular destinations in Andalusia: Granada, Cordoba , Seville

Trip overview

Countries

Spain 

Destinations

Málaga | Granada | Cordoba |  Ronda | Seville

Experiences

Hotels

All accommodation is included. Double room occupancy at 4-stars hotels.

Transport style

Modern vehicles adapted to your group: kids seats, wheelchair-accessible, or big capacity for those who love the shopping.

 

Halal Meals

Continental breakfast every day (included). For lunches and dinners, halal restaurants and halal grocery shops available in all destinations as well as vegetarian or other dietary restrictions.

Free Time

You will have free time to roam free, check out shops and local coffee houses, maybe even try a local tapa, always escorted by our team.

Tour Leader

One of our local experts will be your host and driver.

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites

The Alhambra Palaces| Madinat al-Zahra archeological site | Cordoba old Mosque |Royal Alcazar of Seville | The Jewish Quarter of Cordoba

The Itinerary

Day 1 - Malaga
Welcome to beautiful Costa del Sol,  we welcome you in the heart of Andalusia. We will explore Malaga by foot which is the best way (there are bikes and scooters for those who prefer them) We will take you to the Roman Theater and the Alcazaba area. Sunset in the port shopping area Muelle Uno is a great end and good option for dining in halal Hindu or fast food.
Day 2 - Malaga to Granada
Today we are heading to Granada probably one of the most romantic cities in Spain. After check-in and some free time, we will explore the historical district. Tonight you may like to see the most famous Spanish rhythm enjoying a Flamenco show or maybe delight with seafood paella.
Day 3 - Granada
Visit the Alhambra Palaces a world heritage site by UNESCO We will explore the Muslim Quarter of the Albaicin and leave you some time to explore the local artisan stores and enjoy the incredible views of the Alhambra Palaces from the lookout Mirador de San Nicolás.  Granada is known for its food local and international (mainly Moroccan, Turkish or Arabic), but if there is something you can miss, is the Arab pastries with a cup of Moroccan tea, which is a must!
Day 4 Granada - Cordoba
We are heading to Cordoba, the old capital of al-Andalus where you will learn about the Ummayad dinasty legacy. Explore the narrow streets of the old Jewish and Muslim quarters. Will take photos in some flower patios and of course in all bucket list is the great old masjid, the Cordoba mosque-cathedral.
Day 5 Cordoba - Seville

We will explore the remarkable monumental area of Seville which is the Cathedral and the Giralda minaret, the Royal Alcazar, and Archivo the Indias building. And we will visit the famous Plaza de España one of the most photographed sites in Andalusia!

Day 6 - Seville, Ronda & Malaga

Let’s get lost in Santa Cruz narrow streets to experience the quarter.  Today, we are leaving the capital behind to discover the beauty of Grazalema National Park in a scenic drive to one of the most famous white villages of Ronda. The location is just incredible, the clifts and great places to take a photo shot are all over! In Ronda is the bullring where one of Spain’s most famous schools of bullfighting -on foot rather than on horseback – was created. Continue to Malaga overnight.

Day 7 - Malaga
You’ve got a whole morning to spend doing your own with our tour leader suggestions. We will take you to the airport at least 3 hours before departure to be sure you have time to deal with the tax refund queue!

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