Gay Group Trip: Luxury Andalucia Spanish Tour
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Spanish law has a number of protections for LGBTQ+ people that allow queer travellers to travel within the country with peace of mind and freedom. There are fantastic gay scenes in the cities of Madrid and Barcelona, and even the smaller destinations are very accepting.
Welcome to Seville, the heart of Andalucía, where opera composers found inspiration. Upon arrival at Seville airport, our team will ensure a smooth transfer to your 5-star accommodation, Hotel Alfonso XIII.
In the evening, immerse yourself in Seville’s beauty with a boat trip on the Guadalquivir River. Relax and enjoy unique views of the city from the water. Later, join us for a welcome dinner at the award-winning Abades Triana Restaurant, overlooking the river and historic Seville.
Seville, a city of hidden treasures and vibrant energy, awaits your exploration. After breakfast, enjoy a comprehensive tour of Seville, including a private horse carriage ride. Visit iconic landmarks such as La Giralda, El Alcazar of Seville, and the Plaza de Toros de La Maestranza.
Experience a late lunch at the Michelin-starred restaurant Ispal, known for its dedication to local ingredients. Chef Antonio Bort champions Sevillian cuisine.
In the afternoon, dive into the world of flamenco folklore at the Flamenco Museum Cristina Hoyos, a cultural must-visit.
As the sun rises over Seville, a mesmerising journey unfolds as you travel to the historic city of Córdoba. After a delightful breakfast, you’ll be captivated by the scenic beauty of the Córdoba region, with picturesque views of the lush Guadalquivir landscape.
Córdoba’s old town is a living testament to its rich history, blending architectural influences from Byzantine, Westgothen, Moorish, and Jewish cultures. The charming streets and buildings breathe life into the past.
Lunch at Bodegas Campos, nestled in Córdoba’s historic Arab quarter, promises culinary delights such as “Ajoblanco” and “Rabo de Toro.”
Returning to Seville, the evening at Casa Aníbal offers a unique culinary experience in a historic setting. Day 3 combines cultural exploration and gastronomic pleasures, leaving indelible memories of your Andalusian adventure.
After breakfast, you’ll explore Cadiz, one of Europe’s oldest cities founded almost 3,000 years ago. Highlights include the Cathedral, Santa Cruz and San Felipe Neri churches, and historic city walls.
For lunch, choose from two options:
Option 1: “Balandro” – Mediterranean cuisine, famous for “pescaito frito” (fried fish).
Option 2: “El Faro de Cádiz” – Also known for its fried fish dishes.
In the evening, dine at:
Option 1: “El Pintón” – Wide variety of food in a charming atmosphere.
Option 2: “Robles Placentines” – Authentic Andalusian dishes in a rustic setting.
After breakfast and check-out, you’ll embark on a tour of Ronda before heading to Malaga.
Explore Ronda’s rich history, traditional manor houses, and iconic sites, including the bullring, Puente Nuevo (famous gorge bridge), Sta. Maria la Mayor, Casa de Don Bosco, and charming old town streets.
After the tour, enjoy an Olive Oil tasting and lunch at LA Organic, known for 100% organic olive oil production. Philippe Starck’s architectural design enhances the olive oil experience with abstract art.
In Malaga, settle into your room and join your fellow travellers for a cocktail reception at Kaleido.
After breakfast, immerse yourself in the cultural richness of Málaga, the captivating capital of the Costa del Sol, known for its tremendous historical and artistic allure. Málaga, the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, offers a unique charm unspoiled by excessive tourism.
Explore the city’s small shops and boutiques, perfect for shopping enthusiasts. The inviting bars and cafés along the streets tempt you with “Café con leche” or Malaga’s typical wine, accompanied by delicious tapas—a true Mediterranean experience.
Embark on a half-day gastronomic tour, exploring Málaga through its flavours and aromas. Visit Atarazanas Market, Casa Aranda, and dried fruit shops in the city centre, all while enjoying a round of tapas.
Lunch awaits at Bodega “El Pimpi,” an authentic establishment with a fascinating history, now a cosy bar-restaurant offering local delicacies and outstanding wine.
For dinner, head to Batik Restaurant on the 4th floor of a central hostel. Experience diverse kitchens, from traditional Málaga cuisine to modern dishes, while enjoying breathtaking views of the Alcazaba city fortress and the Roman theater.
After breakfast, embark on a captivating tour of the Alhambra, one of Spain’s most remarkable monuments. Explore meticulously manicured gardens and the historic Alcazaba, offering stunning views of the Albaycín quarter, Sacromonte, and Sierra Nevada.
The tour’s highlight is the Palacio Nazaríes (Palace of the Nazaríes), a 14th-century masterpiece adorned with painted tiles, intricate inscriptions, and glittering pools. Explore the terraced gardens of the Generalife on the neighboring hillside, featuring cascading fountains and lush greenery.
Lunch at Parador de Granada, a 15th-century monastery with Arabic and Christian influences, offers top-notch Andalusian cuisine.
Visit Finca La Fresneda, a rural farm in the Malaga Mountains, for a wine tasting paired with local cheeses. Explore the culture of wine and indulge in a BBQ-style lunch or traditional paella. Optional wine-making activities are available.
After breakfast, explore Mijas, a charming white village in the Costa del Sol mountains, offering a glimpse into rural Andalusia. Stroll through its historic streets, visit key monuments, and enjoy exceptional views of the Costa del Sol.
Lunch at “El Mirlo Blanco,” a restaurant in the heart of Mijas, offers delightful cuisine with beautiful village views.
Return to Malaga for a traditional Spanish dinner at Restaurant Los Patios de Beatas, located in the historic centre.
As the tour concludes, enjoy a traditional Spanish fish lunch in Nerja and a city tour of Malaga.
As your journey comes to an end, we want to ensure a seamless and comfortable departure for you. Following a satisfying breakfast, it’s time to check out of your hotel.
Our dedicated team will provide a convenient transfer service to Malaga airport, ensuring that your departure is as smooth and stress-free as the rest of your unforgettable journey.
We hope you take with you cherished memories of Andalusia, its rich culture, culinary delights, and the warmth of its people. Safe travels and hasta luego…
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