Andalusian Treasures


This wonderful itinerary through Andalusia has been created to offer you an unforgettable experience in an exciting journey in which you will discover a magnificent Spain.

Through its picturesque streets and romantic places, you can find a combination of art and history, fashion and elegance, and excellent food, all surrounded by extensive and beautiful landscapes in Granada, Malaga and Seville.

This program has been designed to provide you with a wide range of sensations. However, we will always give free time to enjoy and relax contemplating a wonderful view, or even having optional activities. We will take care of you during the trip.

See you in Spain!


Granada is one of the pearls of Spain most visited by tourists from all over the world.

The former capital of Moorish Andalusia has to offer the most important memories of this time in the history of Spain, with the world famous “Alhambra” at the top of the list. Walk through beautiful gardens, charming narrow streets full of flowers, sit in one of those typical taverns and breathe in the centuries of history that surround you wherever you are. There are gypsies who sing “Flamenco”, and do not miss a visit to their famous caves in the Sacromonte monastery mountain, where some of them still live today making magnificent crafts.

Popular festivals in Granada, based on both Moorish and Christian traditions, are very attractive. The city is located at the foot of the “Sierra Nevada”, the highest mountain massif in the Iberian Peninsula with great possibilities for practicing winter sports. The highest peak is “Mulhacén” at 3478 meters. On the other hand, it is not far from the Mediterranean Sea, making Granada a great place to visit at any time of the year.


Bathed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Malaga combines culture, gastronomy and history with the possibility of spending time on the beach or making excursions to nearby cities such as Ronda, Marbella or Antequera. You will have the possibility to visit the famous Picasso Museum, the Roman theater, the Alcazaba or the Gibralfaro Castle and relax on the beautiful beaches of Malaga, all in one city that perfectly combines modernity and innovation with tradition, history and culture.

Within Andalusia, Malaga is the driving force and is seen as the economic capital of the region. This is due to its strategic geographical location in southern Europe and its proximity to North Africa. Also, Malaga is a city open to all and is not influenced by mass tourism, so Malaga is the perfect city to enjoy the Andalusian mentality of life.

In recent years, Malaga became one of the fastest growing cities in Spain and this boom continues to be significant. As one of the most attractive tourist destinations in the world, the city attracts more than eight million tourists every year. Due to its natural beauty, its wealth, its costs, parks, gardens, cultural heritage and excellent facilities, the province of Malaga is a unique place to host all kinds of events.


Situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville has a rich Moorish heritage, and used to be a prosperous port conducting business with the Americas.

The streets and squares of the historic center of the Andalusian capital are always lively and crowded. It contains many buildings that have World Heritage designation, and many districts are full of traditional culture, such as Triana and La Macarena.

Seville is an important center of business and services in the south of Spain and has many hotels distributed throughout the city that allow visitors to discover endless attractions.

Museums and art centers, theme parks, cinemas, theaters and clubs are some of the many leisure options that a big city like Seville has. Without forgetting, of course, the numerous terraces and bars where visitors can practice one of the most deep-rooted and tasty traditions in the city: “Going out for tapas”.





Accompanying the group at all times.


The tours in the cities will be carried out by expert guides who will make of the visits a wonderful  experience.


All tickets to excursions, monuments and museums will be booked in advance and included in the price.


Accommodation in 3-star hotels with breakfast and transportation between cities, to and from the airport included in all our tours.


24-hour emergency services. In case of any problem we have staff on site to assist you at any time.



This itinerary is an example based on a 4-night trip.

All programs are customizable.

Day 1: Granada

Welcome to Spain! Meet the tour director in the hotel lobby. Welcome information pack and orientation meeting followed by a quick walking tour around the hotel. Guided tour in the city center of Granada towards the Albayzin through Elvira street, the Moorish area full of tea shops and souvenir shops. Go up to the Mirador de San Nicolás to have an impressive view of the Alhambra and the city.

Flamenco dance classes in the afternoon. A professional dancer will provide you with an introduction to flamenco, highlighting the fundamental concepts of the dance. You will learn to work the different parts of the body posture and learn how this influences the elegant dance, the movement and coordination of the feet, arms and hands touching the foot and how to work the “Palms”.

Attend a live professional Flamenco Show at night, with live music and dance in the Cuevas del Sacromonte.
Both the classes and the show will take place in a magnificent “tablao flamenco”.
It will be the same professional dancers and artists who will teach you the lesson. You will have the opportunity to learn from the artists. Walk to Paseo de los Tristes at night to return to the city center.

Day 2: Granada

Breakfast at the hotel. A visit to the Alhambra Palace and the Generalife Gardens, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, will take you back to a different era.
The most visited place in Spain, even more than Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
Free time for shopping and souvenirs.
Dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 3: Malaga

The bus to Malaga leaves early in the morning. Guided walking tour of the city center and the main attractions: Cathedral, Alcazaba, Gibralfaro Castle, Port (Muelle 1) and the beautiful Calle Larios. Malaga has numerous museums such as the Picasso Museum, Thyssen or the Pompidou Center. Tickets to the museums can be booked.
Dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 4: Seville

Breakfast at the hotel.
Enjoy a walking tour of the beautiful city of Seville, including the cathedral (just outside), the Santa Cruz neighborhood, and the Maria Luisa gardens. Discover the hidden secrets of this lively city built on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, with its rich Moorish heritage and colorful local districts.

Day 5: Seville

Continue walking through this magnificent city and see its most famous monuments.
La Giralda and La Torre del Oro. Visit the beautiful Plaza de España.