Legendary Andalusia Extension from Morocco to Spain

Andalusia is the southernmost territory of Spain; and the part of the Iberian Peninsula. The popular image of Spain as a land of bullfights, flamenco, sherry and ruined castles is originated in this spectacularly beautiful region. The influences that have washed over Andalucia since the first paintings were etched on cave walls, more than twenty five thousand years ago, are many - The Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Greeks, Romans, Visigoths and the Vandals. And the most influencial conquerors of all, the Moors, who ruled the region for seven centuries and named it Al-Andalus, have left enduring imprints on Andalucian culture and customs. Delve into the Andalucian richness as we explore the cities of Sevilla, Cordoba, Grenada, Malaga and Cadiz.

This tour is an extension of the Fes Sacred Music Festival Tour

Sunday, May 20: Fez/Tangier/Algeciras/Malaga

Depart from Fez to Tangier for a short ferry ride across the Strait of Gibraltar. Continue from Algeciras to Malaga, the provincial capital of Andalucia. Known as the "Gateway to the Costa del Sol" this city is full of splendid coastlines and alive with the essence of an active harbor life. The rest of the day will be spent touring the scenic city.

Hotels:

Hotel Hotel Cervantes

Monday, May 21: Malaga/Granada

Leave for Granada from Malaga in the morning. Spain's highest mountains provide the backdrop for this city. Granada holds the Moorish Alhambra palace, and its exotic gardens. You will also visit the old Moorish quarter of Albaicin – unique in its history as the last outpost of Muslim Spain and the holder of many Christian monuments, including the tombs of Kind Fernando and Queen Isabel.

Hotels:

Hotel Carmen

Tuesday, May 22: Granada/Cordoba

We will arrive to Cordoba, Andalucia's most northern province. One of its many treasures is the Mezquita, a mosque of exquisite beauty, constructed a little over twelve hundred years old. As you walk through this city, pay special attention to the wide, lavish patios of Moorish heritage.

Hotels:

Hotel Khalife

Wednesday, May 23 Cordoba/Sevilla

Depart from Cordoba to Sevilla, Spain's second greatest spot for bull-fighting, second only to Madrid. Sevilla's reputation is for enjoying the potency of life. Its streets are famous for the art of street theaters.

Hotels:

Hotel Hotel Don Paco

Thursday May 24: Sevilla

Continue to experience the sights and sounds of Sevilla. From the Roman site of Italica to the striking Museo de Bellas Artes, discover which of Sevilla's glorious monuments is your favorite.

Hotels:

Hotel Don Paco

Friday, May 25: Sevilla/Cadiz

Depart from Sevilla to Cadiz. Here is the place to enjoy the beaches of the Mediterranean. Founded by the Phonecians for its seaside location, Cadiz is known for its long, lazy stretches of white-sand beaches, called the Costa de la Luz. Some of the sites not to miss include the oasis of Grazelema and the famous sherry triangle.

Hotels:

Hotel Playa de la Luz

Saturday, May 26: Cadiz

Day devoted to explore the marvels of this important city of Cadiz, a major player in the history of Spain of all times. Afternoon is at leisure.

Hotels:

Hotel Playa de la Luz

Sunday, May 27: Cadiz/Gibraltar/Malaga

Travel in the morning Gibraltar to visit the rock then proceed to Malaga for the night.

Hotels:

Hotel Cervantes

Monday, May 28: Malaga /Madrid/Home

Early morning depart from Malaga to Madrid for your return flight Home..

Extension Price:

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4 STAR HOTELS

$1,295

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What is included:

Land Transportation (air-conditioned vehicle)
8 nights accommodations in 3/4 star hotels, half board
OW Tangier/Tangier Algeciras ferry
Full board (breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily)
Services of English-speaking guides and tour leaders

What is not Included:

Round trip flight*
Tips for drivers and guides
Traveler's insurance
Personal Spending

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