Trip description

Andalusia is one of the 17 autonomous regions of Spain and the largest. It has a homogeneous climate throughout its territory, i.e. a Mediterranean climate, which is very hot and dry in summer and mild and dry in winter. It is also the region of Spain with the highest number of sunny days per year.

Moreover, this region is known for the hospitality of its inhabitants and the Andalusian way of life, with its typical gastronomy, festivities and joie de vivre. Geographically, Andalusia faces the Mediterranean Sea to the east, which separates it from Morocco, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The Andalusian coastline has a total of 900 km of beaches that tourists enjoy every year.

As far as the landscape of this region is concerned, it can be said that it is totally diversified, in the space of two hours it is possible to have access to the high mountains through the Tabernas desert to the Guadalquivir valley. As far as its history is concerned, Andalusia is a land that has experienced different waves of conquests. The first by the Germanic invasions of the Vandals and later the Visigoths, and then successively by the Romans and the Arabs.

Andalusia under the Muslims thus became Al-Andalus, the political and cultural centre of the Muslim state in Spain. Cordoba, being the Caliphate, became the first cultural and economic centre of the world at that time. To advance their conquest, the Almoravids and Almohads established the centre of their power in Granada and Seville respectively. It is this mythical and fascinating territory that we invite you to discover.


Discover the agency :
Andalucia Aficion SL

10 days

From : €1,295*

Virginie Scamandro - Andalucia Aficion

The price includes 

- 9 nights in hotels of the selection Andalucia Aficion, charming hotel in double room with breakfast

- The car of hiring of type Seat Ibiza or similar, insurance with the third, to return with the full OPTION: GPS: 12€ additional per day - All risks insurance: 10€ / day

- The private visit of the farm of toros with a member Andalucia Aficion

- The welcome drink at the Andalusian hotel of Montellano

- The Alcazar and Cathedral tickets in Seville

- Flamenco show with dinner in Granada.

- The visit of the Alhambra in group with entrance fees and English speaking guide

- Guided tour of Cordoba + entrance fees to the Mezquita and Alcazar

- The Road Book Andalucia Aficion with advice restaurants and visits

- The taxes

- The civil liability insurance Andalucia Aficion

The price does not include :

- The air transport round trip

- The options

- The parking lots

- Cancellation and repatriation insurance (on request)

- Meals not mentioned

- Unmentioned visits

- Personal expenses

Day 1: Arrival in Malaga

Day 2: Toros and White Villages

Day 3: El Rocio and Seville

Day 4: Seville

Day 5: Seville

Day 6: Cordoba

Day 7: Cordoba, Granada

Day 8: Granada

Day 9: Malaga

Day 10: Departure

Day 1 : Arrival in Malaga

Day1 : Arrival in Malaga ©Pixabay

Arrival at Malaga airport at 13:50

Collection of your rental car at the airport. Drive to Montellano, a typical Andalusian village located between Seville, Ronda and Jerez on the route of the white villages (68 km)

Installation in the Andalusian hotel


Nestled at the entrance to the village of Montellano, the Andalusian Hotel offers an exceptional view of the surrounding landscape. Inside, a patio and a typical Andalusian decoration. The hotel has a bar and a terrace with swimming pool.

Welcome aperitif on the terrace of the Andalusian hotel with a member of Andalucia Aficion.

Free dinner in the village which is composed of 64 bars and tapas bars, you will find our restaurant tips in your road book.

Night at the hotel

Day 2 : Toros and White Villages

Day2 : Toros and White Villages ©Pixabay

Breakfast at the hotel

Morning private visit of a ganaderia with a member of Andalucia Aficion. Since the dawn of time, the toro has fascinated some and haunted others. It is from the XVIIIth century that the toro bravo is raised in Andalusia. It is selected according to the criteria of each ganadero, but it is always a question of Caste, Nobility and Bravery. Each breeder, in his own way, seeks to recreate the perfect toro in his own land. The one that will shine and make the glory of the breeding and the bullfighter shine.

Road to the White Villages

Drive to Grazalema (58 km) and discover this small village dressed in white. Take a walk through Grazalema and don't hesitate to visit one of the cheese dairies for which this village is famous.

Lunch at leisure

Drive to Zahara de la Sierra (16 km). Free time to explore the village, which dominates the entire Ronda valley from its rocky peak.

OPTION: Visit to an old olive oil mill, followed by a tasting - 20€ / person.

Discover the process of making olive oil in this old mill and take part in a tasting. 

Return to Montellano (38 km)

Free dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 3 : El Rocio and Seville

Day3 : El Rocio and Seville ©Pixabay

Breakfast at the hotel

Road to El Rocio (146 km)

El Rocio is a town belonging to the municipality of Almonte and is located at the entrance to the Doñana National Park. Surrounded by an environment of great natural interest, it is known worldwide for the annual celebration of the Virgen del Rocio pilgrimage, the most important in the country. It is an amazing village surrounded by marshes, with streets made of sand to accommodate pilgrims and their horses. In the hamlet, the impressive Hermitage is visited all year round by thousands of faithful.

Free lunch at Rocio

Drive to Seville (83 km)

Seville, the beautiful Andalusian city, will delight you with its dynamism and beauty. It is strong of its rich historical past of which it still keeps today fabulous monuments. Check-in at your centrally located hotel. Return of your rental car to your hotel.

Free afternoon in Seville. Take the opportunity to discover the Santa Cruz district, known for its narrow and colourful streets. Formerly the Jewish quarter of Seville, it is now full of beautiful houses and wonderful patios.

Free dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 4 : Seville

Day4 : Seville ©Pixabay

Breakfast at the hotel

Free morning in Seville Visit with an audio guide the Alcazar of Seville and the Cathedral with its Giralda.

Lunch at leisure

Enjoy a free afternoon along the Guadalquivir River to discover the Gold Tower and the Real Maestranza, from where you will have a breathtaking view of the Triana district and the Calle Betis.

Continue your visit by discovering the old gypsy quarter and cradle of flamenco in Seville, Triana. Lose yourself in its beautiful streets and soak up the atmosphere of this neighbourhood.

Flamenco show in Triana OPTION 39€/ PERSON Discover flamenco through this museum located in the heart of Seville. Flamenco, an art born from the cultural mix of Andalusia between Moors, Christians, Jews and Gypsies, will transport you to the heart of Andalusian culture.

Free dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 5 : Seville

Day5 : Seville ©Pixabay

Breakfast at your hotel

Free day in Seville Discover the famous Plaza de España created for the Iberian-American exhibition in 1929. Admire also the Maria Luisa Park located in front of the Spanish Plaza. Discover the different species of plants and its magnificent fountains.

Lunch at leisure

Free afternoon, take advantage of your last moments to stroll through the streets of Seville and do a little shopping to bring back a small souvenir of your escapade in Andalusia.

OPTION : Access to the Arabian Baths + 15 min massage - Weekdays : 70€ / pers - Weekends (Sat/Sun/Mon) : 90€ /pers. A unique experience awaits you in the ancient Arabian Baths of Seville. Enjoy a real moment of relaxation.

Free dinner and overnight at the hotel

Free afternoon

Day 6 : Cordoba

Day6 : Cordoba ©Pixabay

Breakfast at your hotel

Drive to Cordoba

Sleep in a house that displays the patios.

Free day to discover Córdoba and its magnificent flowered patios. Its neighbourhoods and its beautiful typical squares. You will find our best advice in your travel pack.

Night in Cordoba, dinner on your own

Day 7 : Cordoba, Granada

Day7 : Cordoba, Granada ©Pixabay

Breakfast in the morning

Guided tour of Cordoba Cathedral, the Alcazar and the Juderia in a small group with an English-speaking guide;

Lunch at leisure

Stroll through the souk streets of Cordoba.

Free visit of the Casa Andalusí, a restored 12th century house with beautiful patios and Roman mosaics. The Zoco Municipal is a craft market located in the heart of Cordoba's historic centre, halfway between the Mosque and the Puerta de Almodovar. It was the first craft market created in Spain, a legacy left by the Muslims in the past. It has been declared an asset of cultural interest in the General Plan. Check-in at the hotel located in the heart of the historic centre

Free dinner

Night in GRENADA

Day 8 : Granada

Day8 : Granada ©Pixabay

Breakfast at the Alhambra

Group visit to the Alhambra with a French-speaking guide. Discover the palaces and gardens of the Nasrid dynasty.

Free lunch. Discover the different districts of Granada and its cave houses.

Flamenco dinner show included

Night in GRENADA

Day 9 : Malaga

Day9 : Malaga ©Pixabay

Breakfast at your hotel

Drive to MALAGA

Installation in a charming hotel of our selection located near the port of Malaga at the entrance of the historical centre. You can visit the Alcazaba of Malaga and the Picasso Museum. You will find our best visiting tips in your travel pack.

Overnight stay in Malaga

Day 10 : Departure

Day10 : Departure ©Pixabay

Breakfast at the airport

Return of your rental car to Malaga airport.

Return flight

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