A Group tour of Andalucia including Seville, Granada, Cordoba, the National Parks, Costa de la Luz and the Pueblos Blancos (White Villages).
Behind the tourist buzz of the Costas is a Spain which few get to know unless they wander off the beaten track for a day or two. Andalucia is a land of pretty white villages, fabulous cities and undiscovered National Parks.
This area was once the heart of the empire of the Moors, whose influence still pervades Andalucian life at every level, most spectacularly in the old cities of Granada, Cordoba and Seville, which are amongst the most magical in Europe.
You will visit the amazing Palace of the Alhambra, the awesome Mesquita and the Alcazar in Seville, but there's plenty of time to wander through the narrow streets and to sample the famous nightlife, food and flamenco dancing. However there are other quieter, more rural sides to the country, which we discover in western Andalucia, in the mountains near Ronda, and its famous "white villages".
We reach the stunning cliff-top town, before heading south to the Alcornocales Natural Park, to discover this remote and forested, but extremely attractive region. Finishing at a fine hotel in the white village of Vejer, we have two days to explore the quiet Atlantic shores of the Costa de la Luz, far nicer than anything on the Med.
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