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Explore Spain and Greece

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If you would like to have a combined holiday then our Spain tours would be a fantastic combination with Greece Tours

Day by Day Itinerary
Day 1 – LISBON

Welcome. Transfer to hotel and free time. You will receive in the afternoon information for the start of your circuit, or through the information signs located at the hotel reception.

Day 2 – LISBON

In the morning we make a panoramic visit of the city during which we will approach the neighborhood of Belem from where the great Portuguese navigators who crossed the oceans in the XV century. Free afternoon; can, if you wish, make optional excursion to the villages of Sintra, Cascais and Estoril. In the evening we include a transfer to Barrio Alto, place with numerous restaurants and fado houses.

Day 3 – LISBON – FATIMA – PLASENCIA – MADRID

We travel to the north of Portugal, we know FÁTIMA, important sanctuary. We continue our route through the green lands of the center. I pass to Spain, between meadows we cross the north of Extremadura. PLASENCIA, arrival, time for lunch and a stroll through this historic walled city, with its main square and cathedral. Continue to MADRID at the end of the day.

Day 4 – MADRID

In the morning we will have a panoramic visit of the city where we will know the monumental points more representative. Afterwards an excursion to Toledo will be offered. In the evening we suggest you to have a drink in a flamenco show.

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Day 5 – MADRID – ZARAGOZA – BARCELONA

We leave for Aragón crossing Castilla lands. In ZARAGOZA we stop briefly to visit the Basilica del Pilar. BARCELONA, arrival and short panoramic in coach by its main arteries to familiarize us with the Catalan capital. Note: (Sometimes the visit can be made on the morning of the following day.)

Day 6 – BARCELONA – COSTA AZUL

Free time in BARCELONA, you can walk through the Gothic Quarter, Las Ramblas and visit the cathedral. At 12:00 noon we leave for France and the French Riviera crossing Provence. Stop in route for lunch. COSTA AZUL, arriving at the end of the day.

Day 7 – COSTA AZUL – MONACO – GENOVA – VENICE

This morning we know the Costa Azul; we are a short time in NICE to enjoy the walk of the English. We travel between stunning landscapes to the Independent Principality of Monaco; en route we have known the techniques of traditional manufacture of perfumes. We continue between magnificent landscapes along the Italian Rivera, the Alps meet the Mediterranean. VENICE, arriving at the end of the day. Accommodation in the area of ​​Mestre.

Day 8 – VENICE – FLORENCE

In VENECIA we include a boat transfer to the city center where we make a walking tour in the area of ​​San Marcos. About 17:00 h we leave for FLORENCIA, arriving late in the afternoon

Day 9 – FLORENCE – ROME

Day in FLORENCE, in the morning we include a panoramic visit of the city during which we will know its main attractions. The historical center of the city, the bustling squares, the bridges over the river Arno, shopping in its flea markets. About 16:30 we leave for ROME, arriving at the end of the afternoon.

Day 10 – ROME

We will include a panoramic visit during which you will have an introduction to the eternal city. We finish in SAN PEDRO DEL VATICANO. You can visit the basilica and the museums. In the evening we include a transfer to the Trastevere, lively neighborhood of the city known for its typical small restaurants.

Day 11 – ROME

Day off. Today we propose to make optional excursion to Naples, Capri and Pompeii.

Day 12 – ROME – LORETO – BOAT ANCONA-IGUMENITSA

We left early in Rome. We cross the Apennines between beautiful landscapes in the Abruzzi region. LORETO, time to visit the sanctuary of the Holy House, home of the Virgin Mary, and visit its beautiful medieval town. Arrival to ANCONA, short time to walk in this city on the Adriatic. Early in the afternoon boarding and crossing the Adriatic and Ionian. Night by ferry. Accommodation in double cabins with bathroom (We recommend carrying a hand bag for the night on board. On Tuesday, breakfast on the boat is not included).

Day 13 – ANCONA-IGUMENITSA BOAT – IOANINA – KALAMBACA

Arrive early in the morning to Greece (Igumenitsa). Northern Greece reminds us of the proximity of the Slavic and Turkish world. Arrival at IOANINA historic walled city on the lake. We embark on a short boat trip to the ISLA DE IOANINA located on the lake; the small and quiet village of the lake keeps several monasteries. Continue to KALAMBACA, arriving at the beginning of the afternoon. We will visit the valley of LAS METEORAS, an impressive place declared World Heritage by UNESCO. We will have the option of entering one of the famous monasteries. Dinner included.

Day 14 – KALAMBACA – DELFOS – ATHENS

We traveled south through Thessaly. Between very beautiful landscapes we arrive at DELFOS. Time to know the beautiful archaeological site that dominates the Gulf of Corinth with incredible landscapes and lunch. Continue to ATHENS. Arrive mid afternoon. In the evening we include a transfer to the PLAKA area, a place full of small Greek taverns where you can enjoy the rich folklore of this country.

Day 15 – ATHENS

We include Panoramic Tour of Athens; we will know the modern city, Panathinaikos Stadium, Royal Palace. The Acropolis. Note: Occasionally depending on the development of the stage and depending on sunlight, the visit of Athens can be made on Wednesday after arrival. Rest of day free. Free time to stroll and discover unforgettable places.

Day 16 – ATHENS

After breakfast, end of our services.

Legendario 12 Days Route

You can combine Spain tours with Greece.

LEGENDARIO 12-days route around Castilla León – Sepúlveda – Candelario – Fresnadillo de Sayago – La Cabrera

This 12-days route throught inland of Spain will bring you to many historic cities, some of them recognised as Human Heritage, monuments and towns where one have the feeling that time doesn’t goes by them. You will stay in places where you will be able to enjoy of typhical gastronomy and nature with gorgeous landscapes.
You will stay in a gorgeous and old Posada in Sepulveda built in a typhical Segovian style with many Roman churchs and Hermitages.

You may visit the fascinating Rio Duraton natural park and Sierra de Ayllón peaks but also the main city of Segovia, recognised as Human Heritage by the UNESCO with their Roman churchs, gothic Cathedral, the fascinating Alcazar and the well known Roman Aqueduct. Segovia is also well known by the Spaniards because their fiestas and their gastronomy.
Here, you will enjoy having lunch their speciality, cochinillo asado (roasted sucking pig). Also Sepulveda and Pedraza are culinair paradise.

In your way to the baeutiful town of Candelario youmay stop in Avila, other city recognised as Human Heritage, where you can visit this Middle Aged city. In Candelario you will stay in a historic house. This town has 103 houses and it has been recognised as HisTorical Heritage.
from here youcould visit Salamanca, one of the most gorgeous renaissance cities out of Italy. But also Middle Aged towms and cities as Ciudad Rodrigo, La Alberca and Alba de Tormes or Sierra de Gredos can be visited.,

Then, you will stay in a Posada Real, 32 kms away from Zamora city centre. from here you can make a journey to Arribes del Duero Natural Park and enjoy the deep valleys and a wide variety of flora and fauna as olives trees, chestnut trees, cactus, orange trees, voltures and many other birds. Teh Duero river is natural frontier between Spain and Portugal.

At the end of this route, you will stay in La Cabrera, just 56 kms away from Madrid, the capital of Spain.

Overlook of this route:

Days 1st, 2nd & 3rd.

Stay in a Posada on bed & breakfast basis in the surroundings of Sepulveda. This Posada is the oldest houses of Sepulveda, a romanic house from the XI century.
from here, you may visit Segovia, one of the most striking Roman treasures in Europe.
Segovia’s historic centre begins with the aqueduct leading us through its beautiful cobble streets surrounded by protective walls and fortified turrets. There are also gothic style buildings as the Cathedral and Alcazar.
In Segovia you may find more than 20 Romans churchs.
If you have some time you may visit Pedraza and its Middle Aged city walls. Also, the Plaza Mayor with its Roman clock tower and its galleries is one of the most beautiful of Castilla.
You may also visit Las Hoces del Rio Duratón Natural Park. The Hoces del río Duratón Natural Park is situated to the northeast of Segovia, downstream from the town of Sepúlveda. In this area, the river has settled inside a deep canyon which in some places has over 100 metre drops. To the landscape’s beauty and interest we must add the great archaeological and historic richness contained inside the gorge.

Days 4th, 5th & 6th. (231 km – 3h45)

Stay in a Posada Real in Candelario on bed & breakfast basis. Here you can enjoy the murmur of the water from any of the fountains in the town.
In your way from Sepulveda to Candelario you may stop in Avila, its citywalls are the best keeped and well conserved from all Europa. The city of Ávila is the best example of what was a walled city in Medieval Spain. Within its walls and in the suburbs which surround them, the churches, convents, monuments, and the arrangement of narrow winding streets make this Castilian city one of those redoubts in the Iberian peninsula where the history of Spain and the medieval way of life can be most clearly seen.
from Candelario you may visit Salamanca and its county. It is a interested combination of nature and folklore: huge forests, mountains, rivers, traditional fiestas in Middle Aged towns. Salamanca is also one of the nicest and oldest university cities of the world. Many churchs, palaces and monuments, nice restaurants, terraces, discos and bars give to Salamanca an unique charming character.
You may discover Sierra de Gredos, shaped by erosion of ancient glacial eras in the South of Castilla y León, is a spectacular succession of lakes, cirques, gorges, knife-edged ridges, crags, granite boulders and moraine deposits. This is the domain of the Capra Hispánica (wild goat).

Days 7th, 8th & 9th. (143 km – 2h45)

Stay in a Posada Real in Sayago, near by the fromtier with Portugal, on bed & breakfast basis.
from here you may enjoy a journey to the Duero river in a passenger ship between the cliffs on both sides. Duero river is the natural frontier between Spain and Portugal, so as long as you see one side belongs to Spain an the other side to Portugal.
If didn’t have time enough to visit and enjoy Salamanca, you can drive from here.
You may also stop in Zamora and visit its Cathedral which was built in the year 1151 and many examples of Romans and Gothics churchs.
This place is also well known because an old house of “El Cid” is here.

Days 10th & 11th. (300 km – 4h00)

Stay in an antique villa from the begining of the 20th century on bed & breakfast basis.
from here you may visit Madrid, well known because its museums and history, but also because its shops. You may make a journey along El Prado Museum, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and Reina Sofia Museum.
If you are in Madrid on sunday is highly recommended to visit El Rastro (flea market).
You may also visit El Escorial, a palace from the year 1584. It is one of the most visited monuments in Spain.

Day 12th. End of the trip.

Posada in Sepulveda:   

This hotel is a romanic house from the XI century. A cosy patio, built between Xv and XVI centuries welcomes to the guests who comes here looking for relax, peacefullness and gorgeous landscapes. Their wide gardens with a magnificient views of Sepulveda are the ideal place to enjoy this area.
There are 7 double rooms and 1 single room well decorated. All of them are equipped with full bathroom, TV and telephone. There are also a wide lobby and a restaurant.
Outdoors, as well as the gardens you will be able to enjoy the peacefullness of their own terrace. 
There is also a private parking area for the guests.

Posada Real in Candelario:   

This 10 roomed Inn is located in Candelario, among 3 cities Humanity Cultural Heritage as Cáceres, Avila and Salamanca.
The building has been classified by “Siglo XVIII del Candelario Industrial”, because is architectonical value keeping its traditional fisionomy when it was restored.
It was an old factory where proccesed cold meat was ellaborated.
There is a beatiful inside patio… at the entrance the visitor can enjoyed a quiet estancy, beside the water babling from the fountain.
Beside the reception, there is an small shop where the typical homemade products of this area can be bought.
There are 10 double rooms with full bathroom, which are decorated in a rustic way and the furniture has been plastering in white to get a warm and light touch.

Posada Real in Fresnadillo de Sayago:   

This charming 11 roomed inn (some with fireplaces) is a place to relax or to be very active. Rock-climbing, orienteering, hiking, jeep expeditions and archery are just a few of the activities possible at this location which is situated in the centre of la Comarca de Sayago. Located in the heart of the countryside by the River Douro and within easy reach of Zamora (32 km.) to the north and Salamanca (67 km.) to the south, it is a superb place from which to explore the breathtaking natural surroundings of this gorgeous area. Rooms are uniquely decorated and very comfortable. The restaurant serves delicious traditional regional meals (approximate dinner price 13 euros).

Villa in La Cabrera:

The hotel is located in an old pleasure villa from the first years of the XX century, built in stone work. It is 3 buildings, the old country house, the duplex building and the coffee-restaurant communicated by an interior garden. The buildings are built using stone, wood, clay and earthenware, and inside themselves are elegant furniture from different timesand interesting works of art.

The hotel are equipped with:
• 6 estancys of 40m2 (+/-)
• 5 estancys with attic (duplex) of 60m2.
• 1 tower (suite)
• All the rooms are equipped with bathroom, telephone, TV, warm water and heating.
• The estancys are for 2 people, the suite and duplex can get 4 people inside.

Price per person from: €717,00
This price is made on basis of 11 nights, included breakfast
Typhical castillian 3 corses menu, included wine, coffie and liqueur in Meson de Candido in Segovia.
Information over the counties
Administrative costs

Prices are based in 11 nights estancy on bed and breakfast basis (under request, availablity and dates.)

What is not included in the price? Flights to/from Spain, rent a car in Spain, insurance, meals and drinks, tips, other services are not mentioned as sauna, fitness,…

You may make this trip shorter or longer as you wish. Even a route made to measure can be done, including or excluding destinations of your preferences.

We can take care of your car renting and/or your flight tickets if you want we do that for you.

 

Andalusia Explorer

MÁGICO 10-days route around Andalusia (Montejaque – Cordoba – Baza – Monachil – Frigiliana)

This trip bring you to a few natural parks like Grazalema, Sierra Nevada, Sierra de Cazorla en Sierra de Baza,

As in all the pueblos blancos, Montejaque dates from the time of the Berber settlers, after the Moslem conquest. Located in a semi-hidden bowl hidden by circular rocky outcrops, it overlooks a small fertile valley of olive groves.

Cordoba was founded by the Romans and due to its strategic importance as the highest navigable point of the Guadalquivir River, it became a port city of great importance, used for shipping Spanish olive oil, wine and wheat back to Ancient Rome. The Romans built the mighty bridge crossing the river, now called “El Puente Romano”. But Cordoba’s hour of greatest glory was when it became the capital of the Moorish kingdom of El-Andalus, and this was when work began on the Great Mosque, or “Mezquita”, which – after several centuries of additions and enlargements – became one of the largest in all of Islam.
When the city was reconquered by the Christians in 1236, the new rulers of the city were so awed by its beauty that they left it standing, building their cathedral in the midst of its rows of arches and columns, and creating the extraordinary church-mosque we see today.
The Altiplano region of Baza is one of the unspoiled jewels of Andalusia.
Situated in the north of the Granada Province, is the town of Baza, the capital of the overall area of the same name. The other, smaller villages in the Baza area are: Benamaurel, Caniles, Cortes de Baza, Cuevas del Campo, Cúllar, Freila, and Zújar.
Baza town sits at an altitude of 844 metres about sea level and has a population of around 21,600; accounting for almost 50% of the overall 45,000 population of the entire region of Baza. One of the most appreciated aspects of this magical main town of Baza is the towering mountain at just 12 kilometres away, which dominates the landscape like a protective watchtower. This natural backdrop of the surrounding mountains of the Sierra de Baza and the Sierra de Castril is simply breathtaking.

Just seven kilometres north of Nerja is the typical pueblo blanco of Frigiliana which sits high on a mountain ridge overlooking the sea with spectacular panoramic views.
Voted the ‘prettiest village in Andalucía’ by the Spanish tourism authority, Frigiliana is also important from an historical viewpoint. El Fuerte, the hill that climbs above the village, was the scene of the final bloody defeat of the Moors of La Axarquía in their 1569 rebellion. The hill is topped by scanty remains of a ruined fort from which some of the Moors reputedly threw themselves rather than be killed or captured by the Spanish. It is said that bones and rusted weapons dating from this encounter still lie among the scrub on El Fuerte.

Days 1st – 2nd. Hotel in de hills of Frigiliana:Days 1st – 2nd. Hotel in de hills of Frigiliana

Less than ten minutes of the hanging garden of La Almijara, Frigiliana, county Malaga, is located this hotel, a small oasis in an nazarite ambient. Sara Navas, director-manager of the establishment, and her husband, José Luis, say that «the establishment is a faithful image of the farms (cortijos) of the forties decade, but adapted to the best comforts. Each room is different and they are equipped with complete bathroom, television, firewood stove, and wide terraces with a view to the sea. Its decoration elements, although they are of the same style they have a different atmosphere. The headboards has recovered from the old iron beds, the bedside tables recovered from the existent ones in the old farms, as well as the furniture. Floors of mud and wrinkled walls, as those of old houses of the village of Alcóncar. The restaurant, the reception, the terraces and the whole interior have a genuinely Moorish flavor». Its environment is rich in fauna and flora, since it’s frequently see the imperial eagle, the mountain goat and the wild boar, among other many animals and birds that live in its natural habitat enjoying in freedom. As for the flora, they mix the one hoisted tropical, as the mango, avocado and cherimoya tree, with almond trees, figs, olive trees and vineyards, these last mediterranean autochthonous plants that proliferate in the area.  

Days 3trd – 4th. Charming hotel in Monachil
The property, a total of 13.000 square meters, it is composed by cultivation lands (olive trees, chestnut trees, fruit-bearing trees) and uncultivated earth (oaks, esparto grass and aromatic grasses) that ascends for the hillside of the mount. The town of Monachil is located in a strategic place to offer attractiveness during the whole year to the visitor; to 15 minutes in car of the historical center of Granada; to 20 minutes of the Sierra Nevada’ ski resort; to 35 minutes of the Costa Tropical; 30 minutes of La Alpujarra; 20 minutes of the Golf Club of Granada, etc. 
The house, built in their origins with a position of absolute respect and integration in the enviroment where it was located, consists in fact of two plants that are not superimposed to each other by the difference of the land, the roof of the low plant works as terrace -of 300 square meters – in the high plant. from here the valley of the Monachil river is sighted and also Sierra Nevada’s National Park and, in the summery nights, the privilege of a private firmament of the light contamination of the urban centre…

Days 5th – 6th
Until 40 years ago this savage, beautiful forgotten part of the provence of Granada was full of small hamlets carved into the hills around the barren lands formed by the drying out of the old lake.Today restored to its original splendour at one of those Hamlets, where moors, plaster miners and subsistence farmers have successively sought refuge.They can offer you a magnificent and unforgettable voyage back to the depths of time in breathtakingly beautiful accommodation formed by this unique way of life.Submerging yourself in this extraordinary land, you can enjoy some of your sweetest moments in Spain, the warmth and tenderness of the Hammam, the tasty Arab-Andalucian dishes as well as the magic of the Andalucian night of your dreams..

Days 7th – 8th. Charming hotel in the hart of Cordoba:  

Dating from the 17th century, the house still has its original subterranean rooms with vaulted ceilings in the cellar of the hotel. The two main floors were renovated in 1934, giving the house a distinctly Sevillian flavour. The central courtyard, decorated with tiles from the famous Mensaque Tile Factory in Seville and the wrought iron columns and the marble floor which were added at that time have all been left intact. Especially impressive are the large handcarved antique french windows and the majestic and elegant balustrade of the main staircase leading to a domed gallery on the second floor.In Cordoba, this hotel is unique for its colonial style. Its eight rooms look onto a central patio which is full of light and colours. These beautifully decorated rooms with their antique doors and windows, natural fabrics and cast iron furniture all have spacious bathrooms decorated in warm colours.

Days 9th – 10 th. Country hotel in Montejaque:  

This Cortijo is a country hotel located in the heart of Andalucia. Only 12km. from the picturesque town of Ronda, in the Natural Park of Grazalema, the Cortijo allows visitors to explore a great variety of natural environments, both on the property grounds as well as the surrounding areas.Beautiful patios and gardens surround the house offering cozy nooks for the guests to relax in harmony with nature. Centenarian trees and a variety of aromatic plants provide cool shade, colours and aromas while we take walks, swim or sunbathe. In the evening, in the gardens near the threshing floor, we can enjoy spectacular sunsets beyond Grazalema.The Cortijo extends for gorgeous grounds where you can go on long walks during the day or evening. Wheat and sunflower fields, woods of holm-oaks and gall oaks where cattle graze freely, cork trees in production and a small stream, are a sampling of almost all of the surroundings typical of the area.

Price per person from:€985,00

This price is made on basis of 10 nightsincluded breakfast
Entrance tickets to Alhambra2 hamman baths – 30 minutes massage once
Rent a car (type economy): Ford Fiesta or similar, 3-doors, airco, W.A.-insurance, C.D.W.-insurance, T.P.-insurance, No Risk Guarantee, unlimited kilometers, local taxes, extra driver, airport costs.
Return flight tickets from England to Malaga, included airport taxes.
Administration costs
Prices are based in 10 nights in double-twin room, under request, availablity and dates. In Double room in Frigiliana, Monachil en MontejaqueIn a cave for 2 people in BazaIn a mini-suite in Montoro
What is not included in the price?
MealsDrinksPersonal expenses
Other tickets no mentioned in the program
Tips
FuelService like sauna, fitnes, etc.
Travel insurance and cancelled insuranceRemarks:
Tickets to Alhambra are under request and availability. If there are NO available tickets, Enjoy Spain will return 11€ per ticket.Price are under request and availability and dates. To have a look of No Risk Guarantee rent a carYou can make this trip shorter or longer as you wish. Even a route made to measure can be done, including or excluding destinations of your preferences.

Sevilla Cordoba Granda 8 Days

CLÁSICO 8-days route around Sevilla – Cordoba -Granada

This 8-days trip to Andalusia, along the 3 cities Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada is a classic trip.

Sevilla lies on the banks of the Guadalquivir and is one of the largest historical centres in Europe, it has the minaret of La Giralda, the cathedral (one of the largest in Christendom), and the Alcázar Palace. Part of its treasure include Casa de Pilatos, the Town Hall, Archive of the Indies (where the historical records of the American continent are kept), the Fine Arts Museum (the second largest picture gallery in Spain) , plus convents, parish churches and palaces.

In your way from Sevilla to Cordoba you may stop in places like Carmona, Ecija, Medina Azahara and Almodovar del Rio.

Cordoba is a city with an enormous heritage of culture and monuments. Due partly to Its strategic position on the River Guadalquivir and partly to the wealth of remains left by the different peoples who inhabited the city, Cordoba has become a privileged city in the very heart of the history of the Western World: its vast Caliphal (Arabic) civilization, during the Middle Ages, was the most brilliant in the Europe of its day and forged lasting links between East and West.

from Cordoba to Granada you will drive among olives trees, olives trees and more olive trees and sometimes a white town (pueblo blanco)

In Andalucie Oriental, last Arab redoubt was reconquered by the Christian (1492), Granada poses as the ideal city to dream. Although only it was because the Alhambra and the Generalife, it would already be worthwhile only not to visit it, even living it. But Granada is much more.. The “cármenes” (typical construction from Granada) of El Albaicín, and La Cartuja religious buildings, Cathedral, Real Chapel, San Jerónimo and San Juan de Dios, and the palaces, compose a diverse and rich architecture. To the outskirts, on high, the Sacromonte, holes the earth until transforming it into a city of caves where the flamenco appears in the “zambra” (typical dance) and the “bulería” (typical song).

Granada introduces us in a landscape that it goes from the snow to the sea going by the mountain charm of La Alpujarra (thermal springs in Lanjarón) and an abundant forest. If Almuñecar and Salobreña are known like beach cities by excellence, are not it less Motril and Castell de Ferro neither the most extensive, Albuñol and La Rábita.

Charming hotel located in the heart of Sevilla (option A):

Centennial house located in Seville city center. The ground and first levels dated from the XIX century, and the second and the flat roof were built in 1919, when the house was belonging of Niño Ricardo, famous flamenco guitarist.
The name is consequence of him, the master, and also the names os the rooms are titles of his famous songs: Nostalgia Flamenca, El Emigrante, Gitanería Arabesca… All of them different are nice decorated with forging headrest, wood furniture and walls softly painted.
The house is 100% andalucian. Its bright central patio has small lanterns, geraniums, a small lighting fountain, beams, forging supports, stucco walls and hidraulic floor in a green and yellow mosaic way… and also many pictures of Niño Ricardo and his artistic trajectory in the corridors.
Visiting the flat roof is a must, because the views of the Giralda, El Salvador… The hotel has no restaurant and breakfast are served in the rooms.

Nice appartment in Santa Cruz, Sevilla (option B):

El Barrio de Santa Cruz, old Jewry during the Middle Age, has kept all the legend and charm through time thanks to it’s scents and colors, it’s framework of narrow streets, it’s shaded “patios” , and an extremely unique architecture.

Just a few steps away from the Cathedral, the Giralda, the Alcazar, and next to the Jardines de Murillo, their establishments offer the visitor a privileged location along with the best service available.

All apartments include, satellite television, individual air conditioning and heating, and direct telephone. Kitchens include, refrigerator, microwave oven, vitroceramic stove and kitchen utensils.

Charming hotel in the heart of Cordoba (option A):

Dating from the 17th century, the house still has its original subterranean rooms with vaulted ceilings in the cellar of the hotel. The two main floors were renovated in 1934, giving the house a distinctly Sevillian flavour.
The central courtyard, decorated with tiles from the famous Mensaque Tile Factory in Seville and the wrought iron columns and the marble floor which were added at that time have all been left intact.
Especially impressive are the large handcarved antique french windows and the majestic and elegant balustrade of the main staircase leading to a domed gallery on the second floor.
In Cordoba, this hotel is unique for its colonial style. Its eight rooms look onto a central patio which is full of light and colours. These beautifully decorated rooms with their antique doors and windows, natural fabrics and cast iron furniture all have spacious bathrooms decorated in warm colours.

Appartment in the historical centre of (option B):

These luxury apartments are placed in the old “Beaterio del Convento de Santa Isabel de los Angeles” and in front of the Mosque of Cordoba.
The apartments are set in nice buildings and places in the heart of the historical city of Cordoba. These locations will let you go on foot to the main arstistic and cultural sites of Cordoba. Places to enjoy the quitness and silence of their quartyards (patios) and streets.
Close to any of the apartments you will find the Mosque, the Alcazar, the Sinagogue, the Juderia, the Museum of Julio Romero de Torres, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Archeological Museum.

Carmen located in the centre of Granada (option A):
A “carmen” is a traditional Granada house whose origins date back to the Moorish period. It comprises the house and a terraced garden with an orchard and is fully integrated within the particular layout of the area.

This Carmen is located on one of the slopes of the Alhambra and looks out onto the Vega – the fertile plain which stretches to the south of Granada – and towards the Sierra Nevada mountain range. It stands on the upper fringe of the medieval Jewish Quarter, now the Realejo district.
This Carmen comprises seven bedrooms distributed on three floors and a tower. They are all exterior rooms with outstanding panoramic views of Sierra Nevada, Granada and the Vega. Most of them have private verandahs or exits to the gardens.
All the rooms have temperature control, telephone, ADSL Internet connection points and a safe box.

Price per person from €920,00 (Option A)
This price is made on basis of 7 nights
1 tickets per person to Alhambra in Granada
Included breakfast
Rent a car(type economy): Ford Fiesta or similar, 3-doors, airco, W.A.-insurance, C.D.W.-insurance, T.P.-insurance, No Risk Guarantee, unlimited kilometers, local taxes, extra driver, airport taxes.
Return flights tickets to Seville
Administrative costs
Information over the counties, route description, maps
Prices are based in 7 nights accommodation for 2 pax

In a standard Double room in Cordoba & Sevilla
In een special Double room in Granada
Price per person from €780,00 (Option B)
This price is made on basis of 7 nights
1 tickets per person to Alhambra in Granada
Included breakfast
Rent a car(type economy): Ford Fiesta or similar, 3-doors, airco, W.A.-insurance, C.D.W.-insurance, T.P.-insurance, No Risk Guarantee, unlimited kilometers, local taxes, extra driver, airport taxes.
Return flights tickets to Seville
Administrative costs
Information over the counties, route description, maps
Prices are based in 7 nights accommodation for 2 pax
In an appartment for 2 pax
What is not included in the price?

Meals
Drinks
Personal expenses
Other tickets NOT mentioned in the programme
Tips
Fuel
Service like sauna, fitnes, etc.
Travel insurance and cancellation insurance

Remarks:

The rent a car is based on pick-up at Seville airport 4th day and return it at Seville airport on 8th day.
Tickets to Alhambra are under request and availability. If there are NO available tickets, Enjoy Spain will return 11€ per ticket.
Price are under request and availability and dates.