ANDALUSIA TOUR

Discover the Islamic Heritage of Andalusia in 7 days

Málaga | Ronda | Seville | Cordoba | Granada

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Marvel at the sights, sounds and smells of the Andalucia region country on this seven days tour of Málaga, Granada, Cordoba and Seville passing by one of the most beautiful White Villages like Ronda. This legendary land has a rich historic legacy, with its flare of Spanish and Moorish cultures intertwined, and the beautiful landscapes have given birth to artists such as the iconic Picasso

About this trip

Muslim-friendly

Enjoy an authentic halal holiday experience.

Hotels

Accommodation is included in 3-stars city hotels. Double room occupancy.

Team

Trip manager/driver and local guides when needed

Transport Style

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

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.

From 895.00 

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Only 120 € deposit to book

Reserve your space now with a deposit, pay the rest 45 days before departure

Pay over time, interest free

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THE ITINERARY

Day 1 - Malaga

Welcome to beautiful Costa del Sol,  we welcome you in the heart of Andalusia. We will explore Malaga center by foot which is the best way (there are bikes and scooters for those who prefer them). See the ruins of the Roman Theater and the arab fortress Alcazaba. 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. Stroll on the beautiful Darro river boulevard, Paseo de Los Tristes and its charming cafés and shops. 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 impressive complex of Alhambra Palaces a world heritage site. You will feel like traveling back in time when walking through its rooms with walls filled with Arabic poetry.  Explore the mysterious maze of alleyways of the old Arab quarter in Albayzin. Enjoy the astounding views from the lookout Mirador de San Nicolás. Venture into the local artisan stores. 

Day 4 Granada - Cordoba

We are heading to Cordoba to explore the old capital of al-Andalus where you will learn about the Umayyad dinasty. Explore the narrow streets of the old Jewish and Muslim quarters. Take photos in the lovely flower patios and can’t miss in all bucket list a visit to the old masjid, the 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:   Cordoba is the leader in gold and silver work in Spain’s jewelry. Discover the designs and techniques by visiting a workshop.

Day 5 Cordoba - Seville

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. Without missing a walk to the flamboyant Plaza de España.

Day 6 - Seville & Ronda

Visit the beautiful 14-century Royal Alcazar of Seville. Later in the evening we will venture through the streets of Santa Cruz before leaving Seville. Continue the journey to one of the most famous white village, Ronda in a scenic drive through Grazalema National Park. A cup of hot chocolate and churros con chocolate will make the evening just perfect!

Day 7 - Ronda & Malaga

Follow the trace of the Islamic past of the city walking through the narrow streets of the old town. We will drive you back to Malaga for your flight departure.

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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

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