Offering you 10 nights in Andalucía’s cultural melting pot, this multi centre holiday takes in every inch of Southern Spain’s architectural heritage, picture-perfect patios, cobbled charm and gastronomic dining scenes. Vibrant cities here are giving their Roman roots a vibrant revamp, and they’re yours to explore before a well-earned wind-down on the Costa del Sol’s world-famous golden sands.

10 nights,  From £749*

Price is a guide for this itinerary including all your flights, hotels, trains and transfers.

*Prices are only to act as a guide

Itinerary

3 Nights Seville
2 Nights Córdoba
3 Nights Granada
2 Nights Málaga/Costa del Sol

✈ UK- Seville (3 Nights): With us there every step of the way, you’ll fly direct from the UK to Seville, where we’ll transfer you to your chosen hotel. Seville is the kind of place where towering palms compete with Gothic cathedral spires. The Guadalquivir’s riverside strolls? They really put the cherry on the cake for that fanciful holiday feel. From Alcázar’s fortified palace to the Museum of Flamenco (and the real deal filling sun-drenched squares), Seville oozes historic charm. Wander the colourful Triana district for paved markets and hand-painted ceramics, and refresh the region’s heat with fresh-squeezed juices straight from Seville’s orange trees.

🚂  Seville-Córdoba (2 Nights): The train ride from Seville to Córdoba is a quick 49 minutes, although you’ll have two whole nights to soak in the sights and sounds here. Fair warning though, Córdoba is Europe’s warmest city, so pack the sunscreen. Look back, and you’ll see centuries of beautifully preserved Roman history. Look up, and you’ll see the hanging flower baskets that fill Córdoba’s dazzling patios. With the smell of orange blossom and the sounds of strumming guitars, Córdoba throws in more by being Andalucía’s gastronomic capital. The Mezquita-Catedral’s Moorish and Christian hybrid perfectly represents the city’s fusion scene, and midnight riverfront strolls are just perfect after tapas tasting or braving a bullfight.

🚂 Córdoba- Granada (3 Nights): Taking in mountain views, you’ll continue east by train onto Granada, a culture-rich city whose Moorish heritage dates back over 700 years. Offbeat street art might make for urban first impressions here, but the Alhambra’s royal chambers and aristocratic courtyards earmark Granada as the historical splendour that it is. From Granada Cathedral’s stained-glass windows to the Medina-like alleys clustering the former Arab quarter of Albayzín, this city offers endless possibilities. One minute, you’re circling the Palacio de Generalife’s geometric pools, the next, you’re tapas bar hopping for the region’s prime Serrano ham and bitesize calamari.

🚂 Granada- Málaga (2 Nights): The train to Málaga heads west, but most importantly, it heads south. The Costa del Sol translates as “The Sun Coast”, and with good reason. 320 days of sunshine per year here bathe this stretch of prime sands in golden warmth, although there’s more to Málaga than topping up the tan. Málaga was the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, so art lovers will be well catered-to at the Picasso Museum. Prepare for stunning sea views from the Medieval Alcazaba palace and breathtaking panoramas on Gibralfaro’s castle-topped hill. Rock climbing in the El Chorro gorge is totally worth the 50 mile journey, although if the word “beachfront” gets you going, you can opt to make the entire stay a resort one. This is where we offer the fabulous opportunity to extend your beach stay to a total 14 nights for the holiday- something that many of you have already requested. Sun, sangria, seafood and a little culture for good measure, it’s the perfect way to end your holiday.

✈ Málaga- UK: Whether you’ve opted to stay in one of Málaga’s downtown boutique properties or the Costa del Sol resort option, you’ll still return to the UK with us meeting you at your hotel and transferring you for your direct flight back to the UK.