Andalusia has got a great wealth of treasures waiting for you to be explored! The most polpular cities are Granada, Seville & Cordoba where you can discover the rich history of the region and fully emerge in the Spanish culture.
There are day trips and multi-day tours and we have made a selection of the most beautiful and authentic accommodations with all the necessary facilities in several cities. This way we can organize a trip completely tailor-made. To put together a program we use our knowledge, experience, creativity and our carefully selected network. Transport, accommodation, catering and excursions are fully adjusted to our clients.
Some highlights of the trips in the above mentioned cities are: .
Beautiful cathedral and Santa Cruz quarter . Built on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, lively Seville has a rich Arab legacy and colorful local districts such as Triana and L
Mosque/cathedral and Jewish quarter will reveal a beautiful network of streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards, reflecting the importance of the city in the medieval period
famous Alhambra and Generalife Gardens, You'll see the amazing Arab architecture of the Alhambra, last stronghold of the Moorish kingdoms until 1492 and one of Andalucia's special highlights
But beside the 3 most popular destinations
there are much more interesting places and cities such as:
A nice old town on a peninsula on the south coast, Cadiz has beaches, history, a nice climate and wonderful fresh fish.
Good for windsurfing, whale watching and trips to Morocco.
Probably the most famous of the pueblos blancos, built astride a deep ravine, with impressive bridges joining the two sides.
A small city, famous for its sherry production and horse festival.
Arcos de la Frontera
A small whitewashed village on a unique position on a steep cliff.
Its ancient Dolmen de Menga, much like the stone constructions found at Stonehenge in England. And the Peña de los Enamorados, or 'Lovers' Rock', a huge rock that resembles a human face. Legend has it that two lovers, one a Moor, one a Christian, killed themselves at this rock as their love was forbidden because of their differing religions.