Day 1 Seville
Arrive in Seville.
Day 2 Walking tour of Seville
Visit Alcazar Palace and perhaps climb up Giralda Mosque Tower (3 hours).
Day 3 Drive to Grazalema
Guided walk around Zahara de la Sierra and Grazalema National Park (3 hours).
Day 4 Grazalema National Park
Walk in Grazalema National Park (5-6 hours)
Day 5 Grazalema to Ronda
Day trip and walking tour in Ronda and surroundings (3-4 hours).
Day 6 Granada
Drive to Granada. Walking tour around historic Christian Cathedral district (2 hours).
Day 7 Granada to Alhambra Palace
Visit Alhambra Palace then walk in the Moorish Albaizon Quarter. In the evening visit a lively Flamenco tavern (full day walking).
Walking holiday ends in Granada after breakfast.
Easy walking combined with cultural exploration.
Breakfast daily and 2 dinners.
2 people - Euro 2749.00 per person, share twin/double
4 people - Euro 2185.00 per person, share twin/double
6 people - Euro 1810 per person, share twin/double
Single supplement, if travelling with others, on request
A guided tour can be arranged on dates to suit 2 or more persons - book well in advance to secure hotels. April to June are the most popular months.
Bullfights, guitars and flamenco epitomise Southern Spain’s Andalucia region. Brilliant white-washed villages are draped over the hills, their narrow maze-like streets and alleyways exuding a distinctly Moorish air, the legacy of the Muslim occupation centuries ago.
Begin your guided walking trip in stately Seville, the provincial capital and home of flamenco. You’ll travel to the Grazalema National Park, the gem of which is Ronda with its dramatic location perched above a gaping chasm. The landscape is hilly and dotted with small white-washed villages (‘pueblos blancas’) built on steep slopes. In Granada, visit the beautiful Alhambra Palace and Gardens of the Generalife, legacy of the Moorish period. To complement your Andalucian walking experience discover the local cuisine and learn about the nuances of tapas while enjoying Andalucia music and dance.