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Explore the rich culture and lively cities of southern Spain

Explore the best of beautiful Andalucía on this spectacular holiday. Visit sun-soaked Seville, journey to historic Cordoba and explore the Alhambra in Granada, all from your base in charming Antequera.

  • Antequera
  • Seville
  • Cordoba
  • Granada
  • The Alhambra Palace
  • Stunning 4-Star Accommodation
What’s Included
  • Standard Class Rail
  • 4* Hotel Accommodation
    Breakfast Every Day
    Evening Meals
  • Return Scheduled Flights
    Regional Departures Available

Treasures of Andalucia 2020Tour Details

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Days 1-2 Flights

To Antequera

You begin your Andalucían adventure on a flight to Malaga. From here, transfer to your hotel in Antequera, your home for the next 6 nights. Antequera is a lovely sun-swept locale, and from a distance, looks like a typical medieval town with her towering churches, walls, and fortresses. You can see plenty of Spanish Baroque architecture, which has been restored and conserved diligently in previous years to retain its traditional façade. Moorish and Roman influences can be seen throughout the city and the wider region. Antequera is also home to a plethora of churches, many featuring ornate 48 SPAIN TREASURES OF ANDALUCÍA Explore the best of beautiful Andalucía on this spectacular holiday. Visit sun-soaked Seville, journey to historic Cordoba, and explore the Alhambra in Granada, all from your base in charming Antequera. interiors, so be sure to take a look.

Day 2 is spent at leisure. Antequera offers plenty for the discerning tourist, the range and variety of cuisine is definitely something to get excited about, and an excellent option if you fancy a traditional Spanish lunch.

  • Day 1 - Dinner
  • Day 2 - Breakfast, Dinner
Day 3 Seville


After breakfast, travel from Antequera to the beautiful city of Seville, for a guided tour of the remarkable centre. Your first stop is the Plaza de España, where you have time to admire the beautiful buildings, fountains, and tiled alcoves, created for the 1929 'Fair of the Americas'. You finish your tour in front of the amazing cathedral, the largest Gothic building in Europe. The cathedral, which is the final resting place of Christopher Columbus, is lavishly decorated in gold. It also boasts a bell tower, La Giralda, which was the minaret of the original mosque, and offers panoramic views of its surroundings.

The afternoon is free to explore - Seville reputedly has the largest number of tapas bars in the world, so why not take a well-earned rest in a pavement café with a few plates of local specialities? You can also experience the local culture with a short visit to one of its Flamenco clubs.

History and mythology collide in Seville. It is fabled that it was founded 3000 years ago by the Greek God Hercules. The culture and architecture of the city, however, reflect its more 'recent' past, with Roman ruins and plenty of Moorish influence.

  • Breakfast, Dinner
Day 4 Cordoba


Enjoy an excursion to Cordoba, an ancient city that was once the largest metropolis in Western Europe and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

On arrival, take a guided tour of the city's main attractions, seeing the exterior of the famous Mezquita, or mosque of Cordoba, for which the city is world-renowned. First built in the 8th century and re-consecrated as a cathedral in the 13th century, the Mezquita is considered to be one of the greatest remaining works of Islamic architecture in the world, and is surrounded by the winding, narrow lanes of the city's Old Town. Your tour also takes you to the sprawling Juderia, Cordoba's historic Jewish Quarter.

  • Breakfast, Dinner
Day 5 Antequera

At leisure in Antequera

Enjoy another day for you to explore the surrounding area. You could spend time in the municipal museum of Antequera, finding out about the town's archaeological history as well as later art and architecture.

Perhaps visit the nearby port city of Malaga, the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, and home to a wonderful collection of his work. Spend some time at Museo Picasso and admire the artist's creations. Malaga is one of the oldest cities in the world and boasts a wealth of ancient architecture, including the Alcazaba or the remains of a Phoenician fort and a Roman theatre dating back to 1 BC.

  • Breakfast, Dinner
Day 6 Granada Alhambra
Granada Alhambra


Today you visit Granada, a charming city at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains that is known for its Moorish influence and stunning cafés. Your visit begins with a visit to the stunning Alhambra, referred to as a palace city and consists of a fortress along with residential and administrative quarters.

Here you see the beautiful Generalife Gardens, begun in 1931 and finished in 1951 by Francisco Prieto Moreno. The original garden was built in the 13th century and was part of the summer palace. The garden's walkways are tiled in typical Granadian style with pebble mosaics. The garden features pools framed by flowerbeds, fountains, colonnades and pavilions.

You could also visit the Albacyin, the Moorish quarters of the city with narrow winding streets. It was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1984.

  • Breakfast, Dinner
Day 7 Homeward bound
Homeward bound

Return Home

Today you bid a fond farewell to Spain. You transfer to Malaga Airport, to take your scheduled return flight back to the UK, where your holiday concludes

  • Breakfast

Departure Times

Provisional departure and return times, where available, can be found together with dates and prices by clicking on the 'Prices & Availability' button. We will write to you around 10 weeks before your departure date with the precise meeting times for your tour group.

What’s included
  • The services of a professional UK Tour Manager
  • Return flights to Malaga
  • All rail and coach travel throughout your tour
  • 6 nights' hotel accommodation with breakfast each day, and 6 dinners with wine & water included
  • Guided tours of Seville and Cordoba
  • Excursion to Granada, with entrance & guided tour of the Alhambra
  • Parts of this holiday make use of portable audio headsets on guided tours, allowing you to hear your guide clearly wherever in the group you are

Not Included

  • Cancellation & Travel Insurance is not included in the price of the tour but can be arranged.

Due to the nature of our tours they are generally unsuitable for those with restricted mobility. If you’d like to discuss any particular holiday with us in this respect, then please don’t hesitate to call us.

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Treasures of Andalucia

Explore the rich culture and lively cities of southern Spain


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