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  • 1 Jerez de la Frontera

    Pedestrian, 7 km, 1 day

    Jerez may be just a few kilometres from the coast but the impression it gives is more of land than sea. This vibrant wine city, famous for its sherry, is also a cultural capital with a rich artistic heritage that can be explored on the ancient street..

  • 2 The Golden Andalusian Triangle

    By car, 420 km, 6 days

    Cordoba, Seville and Granada inevitably conjure up images of whitewashed alleys, picturesque flower-filled patios, romantic plots, but also the soft murmur of garden fountains, the fragrance of orange blossom... Three cities where memories of Al-Anda..

  • 3 Cadiz

    Pedestrian, 6 km, 2 days

    This fortified peninsula, connected to the mainland by a narrow coastal strip, would have been one of the first cities founded in Europe around 1100 BC by the Phoenicians of Tyr. Its prosperity stemmed from a trade monopoly with America dating back t..

  • 4 The White Villages trail

    By car, 161 km, 1 day

    Rarely visited is this road that passes through a landscape of wild mountains celebrated for sheltering the abies pinsapo - the fir trees of Spain. Under the cork oaks catch a glimpse of black pigs bred in the open air, which promise fabulous hams. T..

  • 5 The Alpujarras

    By car, 150 km, 1 day

    This region of medium mountains isolated between the Sierra Nevada and the sea is situated at around 50km from the south of Granada. The tourist area of Lanjaron has a reputation for its mineral water and its 16C castle that offers a superb view over..

  • 6 Costa del Sol to Ronda Road

    By car, 69 km, 1 day

    Just before San Pedro de Alcántara, the winding A 396 leads away from the lively coastal resorts of the Costa del Sol and Marbella, its cosmopolitan capital. The beaches and tall buildings on the sunny shoreline give way to the valleys, mountains and..

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