Paradors of Southern Spain (7 Nights / 8 Days)

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Night 1,2 : Parador de Carmona
Many different peoples found Carmona to be an ideal spot to settle and they left behind traces that still remain today. Must-see sights include the Puerta de Sevilla (Seville Gate); the Roman necropolis, evidence of a magnificent past; and the Museum of the City of Carmona, which provides a journey through the town's history. It is less than half an hour by car from the tranquility of our Parador and...

Night 3 : 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...

Night 4 : 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 5 : Parador de Malaga Golf
Some guest rooms have private access to the golf course and you can enjoy breakfast or lunch outdoors on the exclusive terrace, beneath the warm Málaga sun.The Parador is located ten kilometers from Málaga, near traditional summer destinations such as Torremolinos, Mijas, Puerto Banus and Marbella. It is the perfect spot for enjoying sports, sun, sand and the nightlife of the coastal towns. Come, relax...

Night 6 : Parador de Ronda
The city beckons you to take a leisurely stroll that will allow you to visit the old Arab medina quarter on the southern bank of the Guadalevín River, cross the New Bridge and walk along Alameda del Tajo and its avenues filled with vegetation, which lead to a spectacular scenic overlook on the edge of the abyss.The New Bridge and the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda (the city'...

Night 7 : Parador de Cadiz
Cádiz Cathedral is another example of the colonial greatness of this city. It is visible from the sea, and it is impossible to resist the invitation to visit its golden tile covered cupola. The atmosphere in Cádiz will charm you. You will love its neighborhoods, including Pópulo, the oldest; Santa María, with its beautiful baroque houses; squares such as San Juan de Dios, where visitors absolutely mus...