THE ROUTE OF LEGADO ANDALUSI II (7 Nights / 8 Days)

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Penetrate Al-Andalus history and culture. This route invites you to enjoy the artisan products, cuisine, popular festivals and customs of the towns and villages linked to the Andalusí civilisation.
Night 1 : Parador de Jaen
Jaén's Barrio Antiguo (Old Quarter) has preserved the vestiges of a spectacular city. Nuestra Señora de la Asunción Cathedral; the Arab baths, the largest and most important in Europe; the Provincial Fine Arts Museum; and San Lorenzo Arch, recently declared a National Monument, are just some of the sights well worth visiting.A visit to the surrounding area is an excellent option, allowing you to explore...

Night 2 : Parador de Ubeda
Just a short stroll separates the Parador from some of the loveliest buildings in Úbeda, including El Salvador Chapel, the palace of the Marquis of Mancera and Vázquez Molina Palace, now home to the city hall.The city's wealth of cultural heritage is reflected in its walls, palaces, churches, monasteries and convents. Begin your tour on Redonda de Miradores Street, Úbeda's viewpoint overlooking a sea...

Night 3,4 : Parador de Cazorla
The hotel revisits the tradition of classic Andalusian country houses, which is abundantly clear from the exterior. The swimming pool with spectacular views of the nature reserve, and the light-filled interior, with a lounge where you can enjoy pleasant afternoon chats beside the fireplace, make the Parador an inviting spot.If you love hunting and game, either as a sport or in the dining room, this...

Night 5 : Parador de Granada
The Alhambra and Generalife Palace complex, Granada's most emblematic monument, exudes beauty at every turn. Its gardens are among the most romantic spots in the city. Its colors, the scent of the flowers and the sound of water create a truly intoxicating atmosphere. Another marvelous area is the old Arab neighborhood of El Albaicín, made up of a network of white houses on a hill, with baroque churches...

Night 6,7 : Parador de Cordoba
Córdoba, a World Heritage City, is a treasure chest of fascinating beauty. Its mosque is the most important Islamic monument in the West and one of the most amazing in the world. Córdoba's emblematic courtyards offer an incomparable explosion of color. Their flowerpots and well-kept flowers will appeal to all of your senses. They are in their fullest glory during the Festival de los Patios (Courtyard...