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    Alhambra Palace
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    The Mezquita in Córdoba
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    Palace of Alcazar
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The Magic of Andalusia for solo travellers

The Magic of Andalusia for solo travellers


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A tantalising taste of beautiful Andalusia…

This tour exclusively for solo travellers offers a taste of the magnificent scenery and Moorish architecture of this multi-faceted region of Spain, with included visits to Granada, Seville and Córdoba.

Enjoy stays in the great cities of Andalusia and witness some true architectural gems as well as delightful gardens, such as the Generalife gardens surrounding the Alhambra Palace. 

Richard Newsome, Head of Product


Hands shakingIncluded travel insurance

Bed7 nights in hotels

Dinner plate15 meals: 7 breakfasts (B), 1 lunch (L) and 7 dinners (D)

PersonSaga tour manager


  • Return flights and transfers
  • Meet and greet at the airport
  • Fast track security and airport lounge
  • Water and a glass of wine with meals
  • Welcome dinner
  • Drinks party
  • Farewell dinner
  • Porterage at all hotels

MapIncluded excursions and visits

  • Guided visit to the Alhambra Palace and Generalife gardens
  • Granada's old town
  • Visit to Cazorla National Park
  • Tour UNESCO-listed Baeza and Ubeda
  • Guided walking tour of Cordoba including the 14th-century Synagogue
  • Tour of the renowned Mezquita of Cordoba
  • Guided tour of Seville including the cathedral
Great Mosque of Cordoba

Your included guided tour will take you through the lively heart of the city, Plaza de las Tendillas, and into the labyrinthine streets of the Judería district. You'll then have the chance to see the city's prime attraction, the Great Mosque, or Mezquita – an embodiment of the power of Islam on the Iberian Peninsula in centuries past. After the Moors were expelled from Spain, a Christian church was inserted into the existing building to create the city’s cathedral. With entrance included, you'll have the chance to marvel at the opulent interior and its remarkable jasper and marble pillars.

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Day 1 UK-Malaga-Granada

Alhambra fortress overlooking Granada, Spain

Fly to Malaga and transfer to Granada (84 miles, 90 minutes), the city famously evoked in Washington Irvine's ‘Tales of the Alhambra’.

Stay two nights at the 4-star Barcelo Carmen (4Q). Look forward to an evening orientation walk around the city’s old town. D

Day 2 Granada

The yellow Cathedral of Granada

Join an included visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Alhambra, an ornate 14th-century palace built by the Moors.

This evening there is the opportunity to attend an optional flamenco show. B, D

Day 3 Granada-Baeza

Baeza Cathedral in Jaen, Spain

Today travel to the remote town of Baeza (81 miles, 90 minutes). Located in the hills of the 'Comarca de la Loma', between the Guadalquivir and Guadalimar valleys, the town is surrounded by a sea of olive groves. Baeza, together with neighbouring Ubeda, is home to an array of Renaissance-style palaces and churches and you can enjoy an included tour of both these UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 

Stay two nights at the 4-star TRH Ciudad de Baeza Hotel (3Q). B, D

Day 4 Cazorla National Park

Cazorla National Park, Spain

Join a full day tour of Cazorla National Park with lunch included in a local restaurant.

As Spain’s largest protected area and one of its most extensive forested zones, it contains mountains, waterfalls, diverse wildlife and picturesque villages. A haven for native flora and fauna, it has one of the highest numbers of butterfly species in the Iberian Peninsula. The limestone mountains and pine forests are home to deer, ibex and 130 species of birds including golden eagles, lammergeiers and griffon vultures. B, L, D

Day 5 Baeza-Córdoba

Cordoba Cathedral with Roman bridge, Spain

Travel to Córdoba (86 miles, 90 minutes).

The city is famous for its historic Mosque-Cathedral, the spiritual heart of the Islamic kingdom of Al-Andalus. After the Moors were expelled from Spain, a Christian church was inserted into the existing building to create the city’s cathedral. Join an afternoon walking tour of Córdoba, explore the narrow streets of the old quarter and enjoy a guided tour of the Great Mosque, also known as the Mezquita, and the Jewish synagogue.

Stay overnight at the 4-star Hotel Córdoba Center (4Q) close to the pedestrianised centre. B, D

Day 6 Córdoba-Seville

Seville, Spain

Travel to Seville, (88 miles, 90 minutes) where you will enjoy a panoramic coach tour of the city. Visit Seville cathedral for a guided tour before enjoying some free time to enjoy lunch in the tapas bars of the 'Barrio Santa Cruz' and surrounding areas.

Stay two nights at the 4-star Hotel Sevilla Center (4Q). B, D

Day 7 Seville

Seville Plaza de Espana

Spend the day at leisure in Seville. Relax at your hotel, or explore the city independently. Perhaps visit the Royal Alcazar or take a stroll through the Maria Luisa park to the Plaza de España.

A farewell dinner is included at the hotel this evening. B, D

Day 8 Seville-UK

Transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK (134 miles, two hours), or extend your holiday in Almuñécar on the Granada coastline. B


The Magic of Andalusia for solo travellers