Flamenco dancers, horses carriages, bright bougainvilleas, tapas and elaborate Moorish castles is what is in store when you visit Southern Spain. While westerners spell Andalusia with a 's', Spaniards spell it as Andalucía! Andalucía called Al-Andalus (Arabic for “land of the west”) was a Moorish empire for 781 years, from 711 to 1492. We wanted to visit as much as possible of the romantic region of Spain that lies south of the Iberian peninsula We landed in Barcelona and took another flight to Seville, after a few days of tasting ever plate of tapa and drinking quite a bit of sherry we made our way to Granada and the Alhambra palace driving through the Sierra Nevada. We stopped at a few charming White villages that dot the region, Grazalema was our favorite. From Granada we flew back to Barcelona visited Monsterrat and spent a few days exploring Catalunya and the sun kissed Costa Brava region in the Spanish Riviera.
This is how our Spain Itinerary looked
Seville 4 days
Cordoba day trip from Seville
Drive through the White villages with stops at a few and at Ronda
Granada 3 days
Back to Barcelona 4 days with day trips to Monsterrat, Girona, Pals and a visit to the Spanish Riviera
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