Rich in its enduring splendor of the past, Andalusia is a destination full of colors and festivities.
We admire the flamenco dancers in Seville, we stroll in the typical small white villages, we plunge into medieval times in Granada, we walk above the gorges of El Chorro and we bathe in the Costa del Sol, for a trip full of emotions.
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Attend a Flamenco show in Seville
Seville is one of the capitals of
Capital of Andalusia, Seville is a sunny city with a proud flamenco tradition.
We immerse ourselves in the local authenticity by strolling through its traditional neighborhoods and let ourselves be carried away by the notes of street music before entering one of the many dancing bars, where travelers can attend dazzling shows, and succumb to the emotions of this unmissable Andalusian art.
ATTEND A FLAMENCO SHOW
Marvel at the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba
The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba is the emblem of the city.
We take the road towards Cordoba.
Emblem of the city, the Mosque-Cathedral, known as Mezquita, is one of the most unique monuments in the world.
Built to be a mosque in the 8th century, it was transformed into a Catholic church in 1236. You enter the huge main building which houses a forest of Moorish-style columns.
We visit the chapels, then we do not fail to climb to the top of the bell tower, the old minaret which offers a splendid view.
Finally, we end with a walk in the courtyard of orange trees to get drunk on its scents.
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Visit the Alhambra Palace in Granada
Among the most visited monuments in Europe, the sublime Alhambra is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
At the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Granada is a charming city where a certain sweetness of life reigns.
We stop to visit its majestic Alhambra, a fortified medieval enclosure dating from the Moorish occupation.
We visit the ancient fortress of the Alcazaba, the prestigious Nasrid Palaces and the Generalife, famous for its verdant gardens.
Finally, the Palace of Charles V is a sublime work of the Renaissance not to be missed.
BOOK A TICKET FOR THE ALHAMBRA
Join Malaga and take the Caminito del Rey
The Caminito del Rey offers superb views of the surrounding nature.
We continue to Malaga on the coast, where we take the Caminito del Rey, a path perched a hundred meters high which offers superb panoramas.
For nearly 8 km, we discover spectacular natural landscapes.
We follow the cliffs of the El Chorro gorge, we pass over the Guadalhorce river and its canyon, and we cross the suspension bridge of the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, the great attraction of the hike.
TAKE A TRIP TO THE CAMINITO DEL REY
Cross the Pont Neuf de la Ronda
The Puente Nuevo connects the two parts of the city.
We continue further west to Ronda, a small town with a romantic spirit, nestled in the heart of the Andalusian countryside.
It has the particularity of being split in two by the Tajo, a canyon more than 150 meters deep.
We discover this curiosity by crossing the Puente Nuevo, the New Bridge which connects the two parts of the city and which overhangs the Guadalevín river.
Inside the bridge, an Interpretation Center recounts its construction and history.
TAKE A FREE TOUR IN RONDA
Go to the beach in Marbella
Puerto Banús beach in Marbella.
Marbella is a little jewel of the Costa del Sol which offers about twenty sandy beaches, bordered by a turquoise sea, each offering a different atmosphere, sometimes lively and popular with local youth, sometimes more discreet and reserved, like from Playa Real de Zaragoza, or popular with surfers like Playa Cabopino.
GUIDED TOUR IN MARBELLA
Browse the remains of Cadiz
Among the many Roman ruins to discover in Cadiz, don't miss the Baelo Claudia.
Further west on the coast, Cadiz is a historic port city, nestled on a fortified peninsula.
Founded more than 3,000 years ago by the Phoenicians, what would be the oldest city in the West has kept many vestiges of its identity.
Among them, we visit not far the Baelo Claudia, an important Roman archaeological site which houses a forum, thermal baths and an amphitheater.
We contemplate the archaeological marvels of the site exhibited in the underground museum.
TAKE A GUIDED TOUR IN CADIZ
Immerse yourself in the Baroque era in Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera is known for its Andalusian horses, its wine culture and its famous sherry vinegar.
30 minutes away, we discover the charming town of Jerez de la Frontera, famous for its Andalusian horses, its wine culture and its famous sherry vinegar.
We visit the Cathedral of the Holy Savior, an architectural gem built on the remains of the old great mosque and an old church.
We discover the five Baroque style naves and the imposing dome, which house several paintings, some of which are by Francisco de Zurbarán.
ATTEND A HORSE SHOW
Get lost in the
Zahara de la Sierra is one of the most beautiful white villages in Andalusia.
We roam in what are called “pueblos blancos”, picturesque villages made up of whitewashed houses, often high up or on the mountainside.
These small traditional immaculate hamlets are very numerous in the province of Cadiz, like Arcos de la Frontera, Zahara de la Sierra, Benaocaz, Setenil de las Bodegas and its Arab castle or Grazalema, a little treasure nestled in the Park natural Sierra de Grazalema.
EXCURSION IN THE WHITE VILLAGES
Get some fresh air in Doñana National Park
Roger de Montfort
We head towards the Doñana National Park, a gigantic park with a rich ecosystem, classified as a biosphere reserve by Unesco.
We discover the marshes and lagoons, we stroll in the pine forests and we walk on the dunes and virgin beaches which stretch as far as the eye can see...
As we walk, we come across a plethora of animals such as flamingos, deer, horses, or even Iberian lynx, an endangered species.
The park is also an important ornithological refuge, where no less than 230 species of birds live.
GUIDED TOUR OF DONANA NATIONAL PARK