Tour around South of Spain
Arrive to Malaga Airport.
Pick up rental car.
Check in at Ibis Malaga Centro Ciudad.
Breakfast or coffee at Desal Café: Brunch & Juices.
Take a walk around the city, through Calle Larios, Alcazaba, Amfiteatro Romano.
Lunch at Casa Lola
Visit Picasso Museum, if you are not a fan of Picasso’s art, other suggestions are CAC Malaga, Pompidu Museum, Carmen Thyssen Museum.
Drink vermouth in the famous bar El Pimpi or Antigua Casa de Guardia.
Take a walk towards seaside to Puerto de Malaga.
Dinner at Mesón Mariano, which is famous for the artichokes or Los Mellizos Málaga, which in turn is famous for its fish.
Check out from the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel or at Desal Café: Brunch & Juices
Head to Ronda (1,5 hour drive)
Arrive at Ronda and park at Parking El Castillo. Go to Plaza María Auxiliadora and on the left side you will see a small path. Walking a little bit down you will be able to see the famous Puente Nuevo from the best viewpoint.
Take a stroll around the centre of the town.
Go to another authentic Andalusian village, Setenil de las Bodegas, known for its whitewashed houses built into the surrounding cliffs.
Lunch at Bar Frasquito. I recommend taking an Iberian Grill platter for two. Don’t forget to take pictures at Calle Cueva de la Sombra.
Arrive at Sevilla. Park at Arojona parking. It is better to book it in advance to get a better price and a spot itself.
Check in at Hotel La Parada del Marqués
Enjoy the view and a cocktail at La Terraza de EME.
Dinner at La Cayetana.
Breakfast at Filo.
Excursion with a private guide around Sevilla with visiting Royal Alcázar of Seville (tickets need to be bought in advance).
Lunch at Bar Postiguillo Tapas (reservation is required) or Bodeguita Casablanca.
Time for some rest.
Visit Plaza de España in the Parque de María Luisa.Several buildings were designed for the Ibero-American exhibition of 1929.
Enjoy sunset at the most unusual viewpoint Setas de Sevilla, the largest wooden construction in the world (buy tickets beforehand).
Dinner at Cañabota.
If you have enough energy, we recommend a walk along the opposite side of the river.
Breakfast at a hotel, check out.
Head to Cordoba. This is where you will find one of the most extraordinary artworks of all time. It’s the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, a universal symbol of Muslim legacy in Spain.
Park at Parking la Mezquita de Córdoba.
isit Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba (tickets need to be bought in advance). I recommend taking an audio-guide.
Take a walk around the town.
Lunch at Tu Pescaito (they have very limited opening hours, check before going). Highly recommend tasting local dishes: Flamenquienes,Rabo de toro, Salmorejo.
Head to Granada, known for grand examples of medieval architecture dating to the Moorish occupation, especially the Alhambra.
Check in at Granada Five Senses Rooms & Suites (it is one of few hotels with parking on site).
Bar La Riviera and Bodegas Castañeda. In Granada they offer a free tapas with a drink, so order a drink and you will be served with a fair portion of tapas.
Sunset at Mirador de San Nicolás with the best view at Alhambra.
Enjoy the view from El Huerto de Juan Ranas, the bar on the view point.
Excursion with private guide at Alhambra (buy tickets beforehand).
Lunch at La Gran Taberna.
Walk around Albaicine area.
On the way to the airport, stop at a local gem Meson RioFrio to eat fresh trout. If you want a trout on grill, order trucha a la plancha.
Return the car and go to the airport.
We can book and reserve restaurants, tickets for events and entrance tickets to museums and galleries. We can also choose a guide for you according to your language and other preferences.