South of Spain
From 371 €

South of Spain

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Created: Friday, November 20, 2020 - Departure: Monday, April 12, 2021
price per person From
371 €
Based on 2 adults
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Created: Friday, November 20, 2020 - Departure: Monday, April 12, 2021
Destinations: Malaga, Alhama de Granada, Granada, Baeza, Úbeda, Granada
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12 Apr

Transport from Madrid to Malaga

Departure
Iberia Airlines Iberia Airlines - IB3866
7:30 - Madrid, Madrid Barajas (MAD)
8:45 - Malaga, Malaga (AGP)
1h 15m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: IB3866 Operated by: I2
Cabin Class: Economy
12 Apr

Car rental

Toyota Aygo
Del Paso
A/C 4 doors 4 people
Toyota Aygo (MCMRA)
Includes:
Fuel Policy: Pickup full return full
Manual transmission
Driver age

Minimum 18, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
Le entregarán el depósito de combustible lleno y deberá devolverlo lleno. De lo contrario le cobrarán la gasolina faltante.
General payment terms
El depósito mínimo que tendrá que dejar el cliente como garantía es: MCMR, ECMR, EDMR, MDMR, 1200.00 EUR
CDMR, CWMR, SDMR, MBAR, CDAR, ISMR, SDAR, SVMR, IVMR, FVMR, IVAR, SFMR, ETMR, CTMR, CVMR, 1500.00 EUR
IDMR, IFMR, 2000.00 EUR
CDAD, 3000.00 EUR
PDAR, FDAR, FSMR, FSAR, FFMR, LDAR, XFAR, 3000.00 EUR
El proveedor acepta las siguientes formas de pago: Tarjeta de crédito Mastercard, Tarjeta de crédito Visa, Tarjetas de débito Mastercard (*), Tarjetas de débito Visa (*) El proveedor NO acepta las siguientes formas de pago: Cheques, Efectivo, Tarjeta de crédito American Express, Tarjeta de crédito Diners Club, Tarjetas de débito y crédito marcadas como: electronic use only, Tarjetas Maestro, Tarjetas no emitidas por un banco, Tarjeta de Prepago, Tarjetas Solo, Tarjetas virtuales, Tarjetas Visa Electron

1.200,00 €

Theft protection
1.200,00 €
Collision damage waiver
1.200,00 €
Pickup

Avenida De Velazquez 290 - Telephone: + 34 673 249 000

Avenida De Velazquez 290, Malaga

Opening hours:08:00 - 23:00

Después de recoger su equipaje, diríjase a la sala de llegadas (no baje las escaleras), una vez que esté fuera de la terminal encontrará una parada de taxis a su derecha e inmediatamente después de la parada de taxis verá un túnel. Al final del túnel encontrarás la parada del bus de cortesía, llame al + 34 673 249 000 para avisar al Bus del Paso
Dropoff

Avenida De Velazquez 290 - Telephone + 34 673 249 000

Avenida De Velazquez 290, Malaga

Opening hours:08:00 - 23:00

Después de recoger su equipaje, diríjase a la sala de llegadas (no baje las escaleras), una vez que esté fuera de la terminal encontrará una parada de taxis a su derecha e inmediatamente después de la parada de taxis verá un túnel. Al final del túnel encontrarás la parada del bus de cortesía, llame al + 34 673 249 000 para avisar al Bus del Paso
12 Apr
1.

Malaga

Stay
About the city:Malaga, the birthplace of Picasso, exudes art from every brick. Considered one of the oldest cities in Spain and Europe, this cosmopolitan port is buoyantly modern yet it hangs on to its vast historic past. The palm-lined Paseo el Parque will take you below Alcazaba, a Moorish palace whose fortified walls enclose fragrant gardens and an archaeological museum. The lofty Gibralfaro Castle crowns a nearby hill, with outstanding views of the sprawling city below. Also worth a visit is the Picasso Museum that, aside from an impressive artistic patrimony, offers educational activities and cultural events. Málaga deserves a good night visit: do not miss a good walk along the harbour where traditional fried fish is washed down with cold beer at chiringuitos (beach bars) and enjoy the illuminated Alcazaba, which watches over the city from Mount Gibralfaro.
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14 Apr

Car journey

80 Kilometers - 1h 24m
Malaga
Alhama de Granada
14 Apr
2.

Alhama de Granada

Stop
About the city:Alhama de Granada is a town in the province of Granada, approx. 50 km from the city of Granada. The name is derived from the thermal baths located there, which are called الـحَـمّـة al-hammah in Arabic. In 1482, the fortress town was taken from the Moorish Sultanate and Kingdom of Granada by the Catholic Monarchs. Alhama’s position between Málaga and Granada gave it strategic importance for the Moors but they also had a particular fondness for the town and its thermal waters. The cry of sorrow, ¡Ay de mi Alhama!, uttered by Abu Al-Hacen following the battle of 1482 when the town was lost to the Catholic conquerors, entered the Spanish language as an exclamation of regret. The story of the fall of Alhama and the subsequent slaughter of its inhabitants by the Christian knights is referred to in Tariq Ali's, The Islam Quintet in the first book Shadows of the Pomegranate Tree.[1]" At a convenient distance from the town centre, nestling in a poplar grove lining down the banks of the river (also known as Merchan), you will find a hot springs. Prehistoric remains found in the neighbourhood show the antiquity of the human settlements. There is also clear evidence of the way Romans used the waters. In the 15th century, the Arabs consolidated the town next to these hot springs and it was believed that they built the thermal baths there, but the real origin of those baths is Roman as is proved in the book by Salvador Raya Retamero, a local historian, in his book Reseña histórica de los baños termales de la muy noble y leal ciudad de Alhama de Granada ("Brief history of the hot springs of the most noble and loyal city of Alhama de Granada").[2] A short interview with the author explains the details.[3] The strategic influence of Alhama de Granada made the fall, in 1492, of the Arab empire vital for the conquest of the Kingdom of Granada, which led to the beginning of a flourishing age, because of the patronage of the Catholic Monarchs. The bath house in the Almohade style of the 12th century that is preserved in the spa is a good example of Arab bath construction. The magnificent horse shoe arcs were built over the remains of Roman construction and are covered by a vaulted roof, pierced by star-shaped openings that let the daylight filter in. Under the vaulted roof of the baths the oldest warm spring of Alhama de Granada bubbles up. The newest one, which springs up a few metres from the other, was discovered in 1884, many centuries after a terrible earthquake whose epicentre could have been very near the area. Alhama de Granada looks out over some of Spain's most spectacular scenery. In winter, the view to the majestic snow-capped Sierra Nevada is uninterrupted. Alhama is situated not far from Arenas del Rey (about 14 km away)which itself is situated on the edge of the vast Bermajales lake which is surrounded by woods of poplars and Mediterranean black pines. Constructed between 1947 and 1954 this reservoir with a hydro-electric plant at one end provides sandy beaches, safe swimming and plenty of non-motorised water sports. There are also a couple of cafes at the edge of the lake. Many of the local population spend evenings and weekends barbecuing at the water's edge; it is a great location. There are a few bars in Alhama which serve "cafés" and "tostadas" in the morning, lunch in the late afternoon, and tapas in the evening. Casa Ochoa Tertulia Bar and Cafe Bar El Tigre are local favorites. For nightlife, El Encuentro plays more contemporary pop and reggae music, while Por Amor Al Arte has live flamenco on the weekends
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14 Apr

Car journey

51 Kilometers - 1h 8m
Alhama de Granada
Montefrío
14 Apr
3.

Montefrío

TOWN - Stop
14 Apr

Car journey

25 Kilometers - 35m
Montefrío
Castillo de Moclín
14 Apr
4.

Castillo de Moclín

HERITAGE - Stop
14 Apr

Car journey

27 Kilometers - 34m
Castillo de Moclín
Santa Fe
14 Apr
5.

Santa Fe

TOWN - Stop
14 Apr

Car journey

13 Kilometers - 19m
Santa Fe
Granada
14 Apr
6.

Granada

Stay
About the city:The Muslim rulers of Granada adored and adorned this provincial capital. Ignore the low apartments of Granada and look up: the majestic clay-red Alhambra palace looms against the Sierra Nevada, Europe’s sunniest ski slopes. And the refreshing coastline is also nearby. The Alhambra, the red one in Arabic, is an Islamic monument of universal fame ad unfaded grandeur, built on a hill covered with splendid woods and gardens. The numerous courtyards and rooms inside the palaces of the Casa Real are among the finest examples of Mudejar art and architecture. Constructed after the Reconquista of Granada to replace the mosque on the site, the Cathedral of Granada is the first purely Renaissance cathedral is Spain. The Royal Chapel, reached by a separate entrance, contains the elaborate tomb of Ferdinand and Isabella, along with Isabella’s splendid private art collecting. South of the Cathedral is the Albayzin, the old Arab quarter, a set of winding alleyways with Moorish-style archways decorating the walls. Granada is famous for its holy week celebrations, which include festivities and processions. For less cultural diversion, stick to the student pubs around the university.
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16 Apr

Car journey

83 Kilometers - 59m
Granada
La Guardia de Jaén
16 Apr
7.

La Guardia de Jaén

TOWN - Stop
16 Apr

Car journey

51 Kilometers - 43m
La Guardia de Jaén
Baeza
16 Apr
8.

Baeza

Stay
About the city:Baeza is a municipality of Spain, the capital city1 of said municipality and head of the homonymous judicial party. It is located in the same geographical center of the province of Jaén (in the northeast of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia) located in the region of La Loma, which is considered its western capital.
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17 Apr

Car journey

10 Kilometers - 16m
Baeza
Úbeda
17 Apr
9.

Úbeda

Stay
About the city:Úbeda is a town in the province of Jaén. This town, declared World Heritage, is one of the most beautiful places in Jaén. Úbeda is one of the few Renaissance jewish cities preserved in Spain. So, not only the Renaissance period has marked their inhabitants’ lives, but also the vestiges of the Muslim and Jewish cultures can be observed on their narrow and paved streets. The Natural Park of Despeñaperros is also near to Úbeda, and it is an interesant place, declared Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO.
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18 Apr

Car journey

9 Kilometers - 17m
Úbeda
Sabiote
18 Apr
10.

Sabiote

TOWN - Stop
18 Apr

Car journey

40 Kilometers - 47m
Sabiote
Quesada
18 Apr
11.

Quesada

TOWN - Stop
18 Apr

Car journey

33 Kilometers - 51m
Quesada
Jódar
18 Apr
12.

Jódar

TOWN - Stop
18 Apr

Car journey

99 Kilometers - 1h 21m
Jódar
Granada
18 Apr
13.

Granada

Stop
About the city:The Muslim rulers of Granada adored and adorned this provincial capital. Ignore the low apartments of Granada and look up: the majestic clay-red Alhambra palace looms against the Sierra Nevada, Europe’s sunniest ski slopes. And the refreshing coastline is also nearby. The Alhambra, the red one in Arabic, is an Islamic monument of universal fame ad unfaded grandeur, built on a hill covered with splendid woods and gardens. The numerous courtyards and rooms inside the palaces of the Casa Real are among the finest examples of Mudejar art and architecture. Constructed after the Reconquista of Granada to replace the mosque on the site, the Cathedral of Granada is the first purely Renaissance cathedral is Spain. The Royal Chapel, reached by a separate entrance, contains the elaborate tomb of Ferdinand and Isabella, along with Isabella’s splendid private art collecting. South of the Cathedral is the Albayzin, the old Arab quarter, a set of winding alleyways with Moorish-style archways decorating the walls. Granada is famous for its holy week celebrations, which include festivities and processions. For less cultural diversion, stick to the student pubs around the university.
More info
18 Apr

Transport from Granada to Madrid

Return
Iberia Airlines Iberia Airlines - IB8949
17:35 - Malaga, Malaga (AGP) Alternative airport
18:50 - Madrid, Madrid Barajas (MAD)
1h 15m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: IB8949 Operated by: YW
Cabin Class: Economy
1 Insurances
Seguro (AXA Seguros) - Región (Un solo país) - Días (7)
price per person From
371 €
Based on 2 adults
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