This getaway is designed to discover the architecture and culture of the south of Spain. This route begins in Seville where we will visit the city and moves on to the city of Granada. In order to do this, we will travel to Jerez de la Frontera. On the way we will visit many typical white villages of the province of Cádiz and breathe in the history, architecture and culture of this region of Spain.
Sevilla – Cádiz – Granada
The first stop is in the city of Seville, a city of almost 3000 years of history from which radiates joy and beauty. The Cathedral of Seville, the Giralda, the Plaza de España, and the Alcázar of Seville, are some of the many places that are worth visiting in this city and for this reason we recommend taking guided tours. You may even consider spending more then one day in the city (the fourth largest in Spain with 700 thousand inhabitants) is overflowing with its unique brand of art and culture.
09:00 Breakfast in Seville
09:45 Depart Seville
11:00 Arrival in Arcos de La Frontera
12:00 Depart Arcos de La Frontera
12:30 Arrival Villamartín
13:30 Depart Villamartín
14:00 Arrival and lunch in Algodonales
15:30 Depart Algodonales
15:45 Arrival in El Gastor
16:30 Depart El Gastor
17:00 Arrival in Olvera
18:00 Depart Olvera
20:00 Arrival in Granada
21:00 Dinner in Granada
Our second day has many stops as from Seville we travel to Jerez, and from there towards Granada, visiting towns and villages made up of characteristic white houses, which are painted this colour to repel the heat, as this is a region that is blessed with more than 300 days of sun per year. From Jerez, we go on a trip with stops in Arcos De La Frontera, Villamartín, Algodonales, El Gastor and Olvera, all close to the A-84 to Granada.
The third stop is in Granada, full of historic sites such as the Alhambra and the Generalife, the Cathedral of Granada, the Arabian Bathhouses of Bañuelo, and many others for which reason we would recommend taking guided visits to fully discover them.