Tour overview

Explore Islamic Spain in this exceptional Value. Escorted Tour with Professional Guides. BAcked by out Price promise guarantee.


Highlights Include:-


Alcazaba Castle

Picasso’s Birthplace

Walking Tour Of Malaga



Guided tour of Majestic Alhambra

Alcaiseria, and old Granadian Souk

Visit of Historic Albaycin

Capture the incredible reflection of Granada



Guided City tour of Cordoba’s narrow streets and patios.

Detailed guided tour of Cordoba Mosque


City Of Guadix

Guided City Tour

Museum, Palaces, and caves

Tropical Cruise with Fruit tasting

Guadix & Caves by touristic Train


  • Flights
  • Transfer Air Conditioned Bus
  • Entrance Tickets
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Guided Tour

Not Included

  • Lunch
  • Tipping


Day 1: Arrive Malaga - Malaga City Tour

The old town resembles a large open-air museum and its cathedral and remains of the Roman theatre, the place La Merced and the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. Return to Villa where we see a short demonstration on how Olive Oil is processed.


Day 2: Granada - Guided tour Alhambra/Generalife/Albayzin

The Albayzin is like a different world within Granada. This is due to the strong Muslim influence in this area. The Place has an Arab quarter, typical of Moorish architecture. Proceed to the city center where you will see the Royal Chapel, the Cathedral and Alcaiseria.

The Palace Grounds

Alhambra is situated in a locale of rare natural beauty. The fort was rebuilt and the construction to build the palace city. It is now a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the most visited palaces in the world. Tour continues to the gardens of the Generalife.


Day 3: Cordoba - City Tour/Patios

A walk in Cordoba ensures that your guide will get you to places where you normally would not go. In this city was through Cordoba we visit nearby the historic center in 2 hours and enjoy the Moorish history, legends, and culture. Tour Cordoba most beautiful private patios during a festival that takes place each May.  Continue through the Jewish Quarter and some other highlight of the city.


Cordoba Mosque

The Islamic history of Cordoba in 711 starts with a month long siege by al-RumiMugit, Generals of Tarik. Several Years later the Umayyad Prince Abd  al-Rahman I, arrived in Cordoba and created, Al-Andalus an independent state. From the year 912 Cordoba was the most splendid city in Europe at the time, more than 1000 mosques and 800 houses were built there. The Catholic Monarch built cathedrals inside this mosque. Whoever enters the mosques appears in an enchanted forest of 850 free-standing columns and red white painted arches again.


Day 4: Costa Tropical Cruise & City of Guadix tour.

1-2hours Tropical Cruises with a fruit tasting on board from the city of Motril. Monumental Guadix and Caves quarter by touristic train.


  • The Ruins of the Roman Theatre
  • Cathedral and its Museum
  • Main Square and City Hall
  • Museum Artist Julio Visconti
  • Walk around the city where we can appreciate some of the Guadix Palaces and religious places.
  • Tourist train from Cathedral to caves quarter with a panoramic view of the city.

Caves Quarter

  • Caves Interpretation Centre
  • Hermitage (small church) in a cave from XVI century
  • Viewpoint where you can see that you are in the most changeable landscape (geologist term)
  • Visit caves where people live.
  • Back to the center by tourist train.

Day 5: Visit Outlet Centre

Transfer for the return flight