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The rolling hills of the unspoiled Aracena Sierra are cloaked in rich woodland that hides quiet, authentic villages where architectural treasures await your leisurely discovery.

  • Holiday duration: 8 days
  • Price from: £640
  • Operator: Inntravel
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A self-guided hike between the "White Villages" of the Sierra de Grazalema - Zahara, Grazalema, Montejaque and majestic Ronda.

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Asturias - León - Salamanca - Extremadura - Andalucia
An epic journey crossing Spain from north to south. Experience Spain's turbulent history and unique heritage at first hand as you travel through the contrasting landscapes which make the country so unique.
Flexible start dates, the full 14 night trip costs from £900

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Go Slow... in Andalucia from Naturetrek: Go Slow Wildlife Holidays is an exhilarating holiday in Spain. Available from 22 Sep 2017 to 10 Oct 2020 this 8 day trip costs from £1,295, which includes flights.

  • Holiday duration: 8 days
  • Price from: £1,295
  • Operator: Naturetrek
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This has been our best selling ride in Europe for the past four years and for good reason. The warm welcome extended to guests, the fun atmosphere, the well trained horses and the fabulous riding ensure guests often return again and again! Plus some truly great riding along the coast.

  • Holiday duration: 8 days
  • Price from: £1,250
  • Operator: In The Saddle
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Journey south from Las Pedroñeras in La Mancha in a sweeping curve through Andalucía: Úbeda, Córdoba, Seville, Jerez, Aracena.

Surveys the history of the region with its cuisine: Roman, Jewish, Moorish, Christian; from the simplest cooking to the elaborate and contemporary.

Some of Spain’s greatest monuments are here including the mosque at Córdo

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Modern Andalucía was the second oldest province of the Roman Empire. It was captured from Hannibal’s Carthaginians in the Punic Wars after the battle of Ilipa, outside of Seville, in 206 BC and then remained a Roman possession for some six hundred years.

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Visiting the great seafaring cities of Spain and France, follow in the wake of Conquistadors, Atlantic fishing fleets and pirate ships sailing along stretches of spectacular coast from Southampton to Cadiz, exploring fascinating sights captured from the water in more detail on foot.

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Explore the dramatic, cultural highlights of Andalucia, focusing on the Moorish influences of three major cities: Granada, Cordoba and Seville.

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