Authentic Andalucia Road Trip

Discover gems off the beaten track with our self-guided Inland Andalucia Road Trip

Highlights

  • 5 nights’ accommodation in handpicked rural retreats, far from the madding crowds!
  • An on-hand virtual tour guide in the form of an easy-to-use, personalised app
  • An adaptable itinerary, allowing you a choice of activities: biking, hiking or wine tasting? You decide!
  • Flexible booking options, including free date changes up to 4 weeks prior to the start of your tour

ALL TOURS ARE AVAILABLE AS PRIVATE TOURS FOR YOU OR YOUR FAMILY/GROUP/PARTY

Trip Profile

Duration:
6 Days / 5 Nights
Best Time To Visit:
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Oct, Nov
Tour Dates/Days:
Flexible
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Grade:
Moderate
Vineyard

Tour Summary

Explore at your own pace in a private vehicle for maximum safety and security – choose between a hire car or your own private driver.

Experience the delights of Andalucian produce and learn more about their production by visiting a 19th century working olive mill or a family-owned, boutique winery.

Travel in your own “Travel Pod” – composed solely of you and your pick of travel companions. Perfect for families or groups of friends!

Try cycling along a re-purposed railway track in the heart of the countryside, handling magnificent birds of prey with a professional falconer, tasting wine and olive oil at family-run farms or hiking through the breathtaking landscapes of inland Andalucia.

Encounter a problem or have any questions? Our team of dedicated travel consultants are only ever a phone call away!

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Itinerary

  • Walk the dizzying heights of the Caminito del Rey over the impressive El Chorro gorge, before heading into the Serrania de Ronda.
  • Your inland Andalucia Road Trip continues with a choice of boutique winery or Birds of Prey Experience, followed by tour of Ronda.
  • Head through the beautiful landscape of inland Andalucia and choose between an olive oil farm and birdwatching.
  • Guided country hike or a cycle ride along the “Rails to Trails”, paths trace the abandoned tracks of the famous Olive Train – previously used to transport olives to the capital of Madrid.
  • Enjoy a hike through the spectacular National Park of El Torcal in Malaga Province, one of Europe’s most prized examples of a Kärst Landscape. Stay in a secluded country hotel not far from Malaga city.

Arrival:

Malaga has direct flights from the USA and major European cities.

Hire cars are available at the airport, or you will be collected by your private driver.

Departure:

Your driver will take you to the airport, or the station depending on your onward destination.

Hire cars to be returned to the point of hire.

Prices

Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.

Costs are based on double occupancy/a minimum of two guests

Frequently Asked Questions

Is driving in Andalucia easy?
Yes, driving in Andalucia is the same as other European countries. You will use left-hand drive cars and drive on the right-hand side of the road. The motorways and A roads are clearly signposted. If you are taking the self-drive option of our Andalucia Road Trip, you will be provided with an app and clear directions on where to go.

What is the best time to visit Andalucia?
For a road trip, May and December tend to be the best months overall with comfortable temperatures and little rain.  Andalucia is best visited outside the hottest months of the year – July to September – unless you want a beach holiday.

Does Andalucia have toll roads?
Yes, there are toll roads, but it is not necessary to use them. The prices go up in the summer months of June – September.

Why is Andalucia so attractive for tourists?
Andalucia appeals to all types of holiday makers, from those who simply want a beach holiday, to visitors looking for cultural and natural wonders. Andalucia has a lot of history, beautiful architecture and interesting food. It’s natural beauty is also worth visiting from mountains with spectacular gorges, lakes and a beach lined coastline.

How do you pay for roads in Spain?
You can pay for toll roads with cash or card. During the day, some booths on the toll will be manned, whilst during the evening you can pay using the machines, either with cash or card.

The signs above the booths tell you which payment methods are available.

Reviews

Hubbarddub
★★★★★

Return to Andalucia.
Marivi at Toma and Coe planned the most amazing tour of Andalucia for us, including a cookery lesson, walking the Caminito del Rey, cycling the Via Verde, fantastic guides, flamenco, sherry tasting and dancing horses! All the hotels were in fantastic locations and very comfortable, the suggested restaurants were delicious and weather sunny. A fabulous trip.

Destination Guides

Malaga – The start of your Andalucia road trip
Ronda – Our Guide to Ronda

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