Seville, Malaga, Ronda, Sierra de Grazalema, Sierra de las Nieves Beaches with clear blue water, Flamenco music, magnificent cities, exciting nature activities Recommended duration: 7-14 Days
A "slow tourism" itinerary encompassing attractions that are truly unique.
The itinerary is minimally challenging and includes moderate walking and nature activities.
Discover Andalusia, the popular Spanish region that preserves remnants of Islamic architecture and culture that were dominant here for several centuries.
Andalusia is the home of Flamenco, of warm and friendly people, of majestic mountains and of sunny beaches.
Enjoy nature activities and dine at traditional restaurants. Combine a relaxing holiday with nature excursions and tours of the ancient Spanish countryside.
Visit Malaga and Seville, the cities of the south, where you can visit all the world-famous attractions, as well as less familiar places that are “off the beaten track."
We always make a point of showing you the attractions from interesting and unique vantage points.
- Enjoy your stay at a special villa in the heart of the charming countryside near the city of Malaga.
- Visit a karst cave which is one of three of its kind in the world (and the only one in Europe). The cave is of submarine origin and the sea waves subsequently carved it out of a cliff on the shores of the Mediterranean. Legend has it that during the Arab period, a treasure was hidden in this very cave…
- Enjoy a dip in natural hot springs, which were built by the order of Julius Caesar himself, and are still open to the public. Some say that the emperor himself bathed in them! Visit a winery located in the heart of the vineyards, learn about ecological wine production, enjoy some wine-tasting, and delight your taste buds with a meal from the region's delicious cuisine.
- Visit the ancient and diverse port city of Malaga. which serves as the tourist center of the Costa del Sol. Malaga is an ancient city with impressive remains from the Roman period and is also the birthplace of the famous painter Pablo Picasso and home to his artworks.
- Visit Ronda, which is built on a cliff above a steep gorge and is one of the most magnificent towns in Spain. Cross the “new” bridge (which is “only” two hundred and fifty years old) and observe the dramatic views of the city and its environs.
- Tour the famous “white villages” - mountain villages that served as fortified shelters throughout the ages and which provide a glimpse of past times.
- Your heart may skip a beat as you navigate the spectacular route called "The King’s Way", which is perched on the edge of a gorge. (Although today it is much less dangerous than it used to be...).
- Continue to Seville, the capital city of Andalusia. Seville is a pleasant town with a rich cultural heritage. The river which crosses the city provides a romantic and magical touch, especially as dusk descends and in the evening hours.
- The charm of Seville did not escape the attention of the producers of the television series "Game of Thrones" and fans of the series will most certainly recognize the Royal Palace of Dorne (the city’s Alcazar Palace), and the Fighting Pits of Meereen (the Plaza de Toros de Convención, the city’s bullfighting arena).
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