Spain & North Morocco Tour

Barcelona | Madrid | Granada | Cordoba | Seville | Chefchaouen | Fes | Marrakech

About this trip

Muslim-friendly Tours

Enjoy an authentic halal holiday experience while exploring the islamic heritage of Al-Andalus


You can book your own accommodation or let us  choose the best hotels for you

Private Tour Guide

Your local tour guide will take care of everything you need: arrange private transfers, buy ticket to attractions and show you local favorites!

Transport Style

Professional drivers in modern vehicles adapted to your group: kids seats, wheelchair-accessible, or big capacity for your suitcase

The tour includes private transfers for short journeys. For long distance we travel by fast speed train, modern, safe and sustainable way!  If you prefer a private transfer also for the long distance journeys ask for a quote

Only 120 € deposit to book

Reserve your space now with a deposit, pay the rest up to 31 days before arrival

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The Itinerary

Day 1 - Barcelona

Barcelona is widely considered one of Europe’s most vibrant cities, bursting with unique energy and culture. Immerse into the magic and surrealist world of the Catalan genius Antonio Gaudi, while walking the Passeig de Gracia street.

Explore the enigmatic GOTHIC QUARTER in a walking tour at the historic center and Ramblas of Barcelona. You will be introduce you to the history, culture, art and Catalan traditions. Foodies will love see La Boquería food market.

Free time Ads-Ons:

Visit the famous Park Guell, a magic place designed by Antonio Gaudi, the famous spanish architecture and enjoy the views of Montjuic mountain
Visit the famous Gaudi houses: Casa Batló or La Pedrera Casa Mila.

Football fans may want to visit the Camp Nou Stadium

Day 3 - Barcelona to Madrid

Discover the bohemian Barcelona walking the popular quarter of El Born. Take your time to feel the city, have a coffee in a nice square or garden and pop in to the numerous art galleries and local designers shops.

Day 4 - Madrid

Artistic, vibrant and filled with culinary hotspots, in Madrid your spare time between seeing the Gran Via, Plaza de España, the Royal Palace & Puerta del Sol (the city’s main square) will not go to waste as you explore the heart of the city with your local guide. You will discover the Islamic roots of the city, Mayrit in the 9th century in a tour through the historic center.

Free time Ads-Ons:

The spot for shopping top brands is the Outlet Las Rozas  Villages located in the suburbs but easy to get there.

Day 5 - Madrid to Granada

Granada, this hilltop city -surrounded by mountains and irrigated by two rivers- was the last fort of al-Andalus, falling in the year 1492. Discover the trace of 800 years of Islamic presence in its heritage, food and culture. Two different tours are offered:

Tour of Albaicin includes:
Walking tour to discover this old muslim quarter in the maze of its little streets and popular squares. Enjoy the astounding views over Alhambra and Sierra Nevada mountains from the Masjid gardens in San Nicolas square. Visit the palace Dar al-Horra in the oldest part of Albayzin, the official residence of Aixa mother of the last emir of Granada Boabdil.
Hammam al-Yawza “El Bañuelo”. Best preserved public Arab baths in the Iberian Peninsula.
Houses of the Andalusian nobility.
The most beautiful lookouts and the house-caves of the Sacromonte quarter.

Day 5 - Granada

Private tour to the Alhambra of Granada. Discover the legacy of the Nasrid dynasty built since the 11th century. Explore the original fortress the al-Kasbah, the Palace of Comares, the Palace of the Lions, El Partal and the almunia know as Generalife. All surrounded by an impressive landscape of gardens and the mountain of Sierra Nevada as background.

Day 7 - Granada to Cordoba

We are heading to Cordoba

Capital of Al-Andalus since 8th-century for about 500 years was once the biggest and most important city of the West. Qurtuba became a center of knowledge with countless libraries, schools and universities. Today is a small city of Andalucia where the islamic heritage has been well preserved. We will walk the old medina of Qurtuba to discover the Al-Andalus legacy: the andalusian white houses with its courtyards full of flowers; the old masjid aljama Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba; the city walls and bridge over the Guadalquivir river (same of Seville) and the Andalusian Alcazar and the Caliph hammam. We will visit craftsmen workshops to discover Al-Andalus legacy in art, the old jewish quarter to end at the popular Victoria food Market.

great Mosque of Cordobatoday a cathedral. We will go to Victoria Food Market because of its beautiful location in a park and the  many dining options.

Free Time Ads-Ons: 

Discover the splendor of the Umayyad dynasty rulers of Al Andalus visiting the archaeological site of Madinat al-Zahra the ruins of the palatial city of Abd-ar-Rahman III dated in the 10th century.

Day 7 - Cordoba to Seville

Today we are heading to Seville, capital of Andalucia region. Stroll the city’s river and explore the remarkable monumental area of Seville with the third world largest cathedral and the Giralda Tower -the old Masjid minaret-, a world heritage site towards the Alcazar and the Archivo the Indias. We will visit the Royal Alcazar palace, it is magnificent. Without missing a walk to the flamboyant Plaza de España

Day 8 - Seville to Tarifa

The islamic imprint of ancient Isbilya is not large, as the city was taken by christian king Fernando III in 1248. However, Seville, the capital of Andalusia, is well worth a visit. The beauty of its palaces, parks and its river Wadi al-Kabir (Guadalquivir) was an important port of Al-Andalus. In 1492 after the America Discovery the city became the most important trade center of Europe. We will walk the old islamic medina of ancient Isbiliya to discover the muslim legacy like the bell tower of Seville’s cathedral know as “la Giralda ” was the minaret of the Masjid aljama; la “torre del oro” (golden tower) that protected the port still stands on the river shore; or a 11th-century hammam. We will see as well other landmarks like the UNESCO heritage “Archivo de Indias” and “Plaza de España” amonumental square made for a world famous exhibition in 1929. We will visit too the popular food market of Triana, the old fishermen quarter.

Day 10 - Tarifa to Chefchaouen

This morning take a stroll on the pristine beach of Tarifa before leaving Europe behind and heading to Africa. The ferry across the Straits of Gibraltar to the port of Tangier takes approximately 1 hour. After leaving the ferry, you’ll be picked up by our Moroccan crew, and journey 3 hours to Chefchaouen, a mountain town peppered with blue-washed buildings located in the center of an agricultural region.


Day 11 - Chefchaouen to Fes

The blue city is arguably one of the prettiest places in Morocco. Set against a wide valley and nestled between two peaks in the stunning Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen may take you by surprise. Its medina has been lovingly cared for with striking blue and whitewashed houses, red-tiled roofs and artistic doorways, and it’s filled with handicrafts, while the main square has shops selling woven goods and small sweets. Much of Chefchaouen was recreated by Andalusian refugees escaping the Reconquista. Learn about general life in a small Moroccan community, visit a communal bakery, watch local women do their laundry, and walk up to a former mosque for a great view over the town that’s nestled between two mountain peaks. As a popular shopping destination for handicrafts, carpets, blankets or woolen garments, you may also see the artisans at work. Possibly relax after your walking tour in a traditional Moroccan hammam.

Day 12 - Fes

Enjoy the tour of the old city, known locally as Fes el Bali. Step back in time into the labyrinth of the Medina, which is alive with craftsmen, markets, tanneries and mosques. Pass donkeys piled high with goods and explore the specialty sections that divide the souks. Medieval Fes was one of the world’s great centers of education and culture: both Islamic and Jewish. Its religious institutions and its libraries are legendary. Its mosques are of great renown. Look out for the Medersa Bou Inania, one of the city’s most beautiful buildings, which has recently been restored and is now open to tourists. Pass the Belghazi Museum, Medresse el Attarine and the splendid Funduk Nejjarine, a beautifully restored 18th century inn. You’ll also see the famous tannery, known for the iconic view overlooking its dye pits, and a ceramics factory where you can see potters working in the traditional way.

Day 13 - Fes to Marrakech

A visit to the main square in Marrakech, Djemaa El Fna is a memorable experience. The square is filled with a hive of activity. Henna-painters, performers and storytellers share the square with a street food bazaar, packed with stalls loaded with Moroccan delicacies. From a distance, you will see the Koutoubia Mosque and its minaret – famous throughout the world as one of the greatest minarets.

Day 14 - Marrakech

Explore the ruins of Palais Badi, once one of the most beautiful palaces in the world. Comb the spectacular bazaar, where every step to a new souq brings a new smell, a new sight or a new gift to buy. Be enticed by the alluring scents and brilliant colors of the spice markets, the sounds of the musicians, the rich folds of carpets, delectable foods, acrobats and perfumed gardens.

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites

The Alhambra, Generalife & Albayzin of Granada | Madinat al-Zahra archeological site | The Great Mosque of Cordoba | Alcazar, Cathedral & Archivo de Indias of Seville | Cordoba’s Jewish Quarter