ANDALUSIA  In 10 Days part 1

Andalusia will blow your mind, Maybe you’re thinking, “Spain is Spain. What’s the big deal about this Part of it?” let me take you in one week where you can visit all the highlights, including the major cities of Seville, Granada, Ronda. Córdoba.

If you’ve landed in Seville as your getaway to Spain, it’d be wise to rent a car and launch your tour from there.

Days 1 & 2: Seville

On the morning of Day 1, Seville, the capital of Andalusia, Check into a hotel for 2 nights, I stayed at Sacristia de Santa Ana Hotel, This 18th-century house is located in Plaza de la Alameda, In Seville’s Old Town. You can walk to central Seville in around 15 minutes, A regular bus service leaves from a stop 200 m from the hotel. The old town is a great choice for travelers interested in architecture, tapas, and food.


Sacristia de Santa Ana

Seville’s two major attractions: The Cathedral, Giralda Tower (called sister of Koutoubia in Marrakech) and the Alcázar, Spend at least 2 hours there and make sure to relax among the orange trees and the fountain of the Patio de Los Naranjos.


Make sure to have a typical Andalusian lunch in a tavern restaurant.

Tavern restaurant Seville

On the morning of Day 2, Visit the narrow streets of the Barrio de Santa Cruz. It was restored in the early 20th century.


Spend your afternoon at Plaza De Espana.


Plaza De Espana

Finally, cap your day by having dinner in a typical Sevillana restaurant and taking in a flamenco show if you’re still standing.


On the way to Cadiz, I recommend stopping by at Hacienda de San Rafael for lunch.


Hacienda de San Rafael

Hacienda de San Rafael

The Hacienda de San Rafael is set among olive trees and located close to Cabezas de San Juanhalfway between the historic towns of Seville and Jerez about 40 km away. The hotel offers activities including visits to bull breeding ranches and bodegas, walks in the Sierras, horse-riding and golfing. There is free parking… It offers a combination of rustic charm, totally quiet and modern luxury.


The vast gardens include 3 swimming pools. The Hacienda has 35 hectares of farmland to explore. There are a library and paddle tennis court.


The Hacienda’s restaurant offers regional dishes using fresh local products. Dinner is served in either the dining room, courtyard or in one of the gardens.



After lunch, I continued to El Puerot de Santa Maria.

Day 3 El Puerto de Santa Maria

Once you arrive in Cadiz Check into a hotel for one night, I stayed at Luxury Suite & Spa Thomas Osborne Mann for 198€. This modern, comfortable and spacious Suite & Spa for 1 adult or a couple, It has the sauna and a very spacious shower. Upstairs in the mezzanine, there is a private swimming pool and jacuzzi. 

Luxury Suite & Spa Thomas Osborne Mann


As you don’t have enough time you can just walk around the hotel. the location is very nice and there are many bars to have tapas.


On the way to Ronda by the mountain road, you’ll see beautiful landscapes and crossing small white villages where you can stop by for a drink lunch some good pictures.





See you in Part 2 where I’m going to talk about Ronda Granada and Córdoba. Enjoy your travel freedom and please share your comments!


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