A journey through Andalusia, a melting pot of Judaic, Muslim, and Christian cultures and one of the most outstanding periods in the history of Spain.
The melting pot of Muslim, Judaic and Christian cultures that were al-Andalus is revealed repeatedly along the route that we propose through the center, the south and the Mediterranean coast of Spain, crossing the regions of La Mancha, Andalusia, Valencia and Catalonia. Being a border area between Africa and Europe and the meeting point of the Mediterranean with the Atlantic, the presence of Roman archaeological remains is very important, as well as the wave of constructions that the Catholic monarchy drove. The diversity of landscapes ranges from the warm Guadalquivir valley to the leafy mid-mountain ranges, passing through the beaches of the Gold Coast and the white peaks of the Sierra Nevada. As is customary in this country, the content of flavors is vast.
The 18 days that the trip lasts allow you to walk in medieval fortresses and castles, white villages, street markets, Roman aqueducts, windmills, walls and mythical cities such as Córdoba, Seville, Granada and Barcelona.