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Cordoba, Jewish quarter and MosqueHotel + ActivityDiscover the beautiful city of Cordoba, its people and its gastronomy, for 3 days with central hotel and visit to the Jewish quarter and Mosque of Cordoba.from137€3 days / 2 nightsBook nowCosta Brava

On route along the Costa BravaHotels + Car rentalTour the Costa Brava at your own pace. Enjoy its spectacular natural coves and medieval villages with this offer that includes hotels and rental car.desde265€6 days / 5 nightsBook nowRiver cruise

Andalusia in fullDrinks and excursions included.departures August and October. Sail along the Guadalquivir and discover Cadiz, Cordoba, Seville, Granada and other cities of Andalucia. All Inclusive.from 675€Book nowWarner Park

Dare to discover Galicia and its Rías Baixas in a complete circuit.  Visit Cambados, Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra, Combarro, O Grove and A Toxa.  The Galician Rias are one of the most biologically diverse marine ecosystems on the planet and are one of the peculiarities of the geography of Galicia.  The Parque Nacional Marítimo-Terrestre Das Illas Atlánticas, belonging to the European Natura Network, is one of the greatest natural treasures of the Galician estuaries and includes the archipelagos of Cíes, Ons, Sálvora and Cortegada.


Another option is to get to the international airports of Malaga and Seville. Also in this case it is easy to find flights at a good price. We leave you here the Skyscanner search engine so you can take a look right now.

To make a route through Andalusia by car with the most complete itinerary you will need at least 14 days. But if you don’t have that much time, among the must-see places you can’t miss if you are going to travel around Andalusia, we would point out Seville, Cordoba and Granada. If you only travel through these cities, you can do it without problems in 7 days.

We tell you here all the things to do in SEVILLE, and something that is part of any trip: a TAPAS ROUTE through the most famous bars and others that are not so famous, recommended by Sevillians.

✎ Granada is super well known for its tapas, and I’m sure you’ve been told there are a thousand places to go for tapas. Very well. But when it comes down to it, what are the best bars, terraces and restaurants where to EAT TAPAS in Granada? Don’t miss our guide.


To finish your route, head to Granada. With Sierra Nevada in the background, this city will be the icing on the cake of your trip. The clear Andalusian footprint is breathed in each of its corners. Starting with the Alhambra, which reigns supreme. It is a set of gardens, buildings and courtyards, in which the Patio de los Leones stands out, and very close to it you will reach the Generalife -a villa of the Nasrid kings-. From the viewpoint of San Nicolas you will have a spectacular panoramic view. Another monument you must visit is the Cathedral. Apart from the monumental wealth of Granada, you have to visit the Albaicín, a neighborhood declared World Heritage by UNESCO.

Caminito del Rey

On the first day, the guides and clients will meet at the company’s terminal, at Calle San Bernardo 7, and from there, the trip to the first stop will begin, using the bus provided for this purpose. This means that clients coming from other cities will have to organize their arrival to this meeting point, although our guides and assistants will be happy to help them to make it easy for them. Once we arrive in Cordoba, we will have a short guided tour, visiting the famous mosque of the city, as well as the Jewish quarter. After this, we will continue to Seville, where we will have some free time.

After breakfast at the hotel in Seville, we will depart for Marbella, crossing the Route of the White Villages and making a brief stop in Ronda. There you will have some free time for lunch and walking, and finally you will arrive in Marbella, on the Costa del Sol.

The fourth day will be totally free, so after breakfast at the hotel in Marbella, you will have some free time to enjoy the Costa del Sol and all that this luxurious city has to offer to its guests. Of course, in case clients want to make the most of their stay in the city, our guides will recommend some places of interest to visit and some additional excursions to do.

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