Grand Andalucia Tour

The Golden Triangle plus Ronda, Jerez and Mr Henderson's Railway


  • Private walking tours of the monuments of Granada, Seville and Córdoba
  • No trip to Seville would be complete without indulging in a spot of Flamenco!
  • Private Olive Oil tasting and lunch in a rural town in olive country.
  • Ride Mr Henderson’s Railway and sleep in the hilltop town of Vejer de la Frontera
  • Discover the spirit of Jerez and enjoy both its sherry and purebred horses


Trip Profile

8 Nights/9 Days
Best Time To Visit:
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Sept, Oct, Nov
Tour Dates/Days:
Dates to be confirmed
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Cultura Vista a Alhambra

Tour Summary

This Grand Andalucia Tour has been designed to take in the very best that Andalucia has to offer. The itinerary is fast paced and exciting, including many of our favourite out of the way towns and villages.

You will enjoy the Golden Triangle of Granada, Cordoba and Seville whilst also delving into the more rural parts of Andalucia to discover the delights of olive oil, hilltop towns and sherry.

A trip on Mr Henderson’s Railway retraces some of the historic rail route between Gibraltar and Ronda, passing through some beautiful scenery along the way in the stunning Sierra de Grazalema.

Sherry tasting, a flamenco show and dining in excellent, tried and tested restaurants throughout your Grand Andalucia Tour will create unforgettable memories.

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  • 8 nights and 9 days, accompanied by your own private guide
  • Meet and begin your tour in the iconic city of Granada
  • Enjoy an expert guided tour of Granada’s magnificent Alhambra and the gardens of the Generalife, one of the biggest highlights to any visit to Andalucia.
  • Visit the Capilla Real, the mausoleum of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, located in the heart of the old town of Granada.
  • Enjoy lunch in the beautiful Andalucian countryside surrounded by olive groves en route to Ronda.
  • Take an evening stroll and dinner in Ronda followed by a walking tour the next day with a local expert guide plus free time to explore at your own pace.
  • Enjoy a journey on Mr Henderson’s Railway from Ronda through the beautiful sierra as we visit the Pueblos Blancos – the White Villages. Stay in Vejer de la Frontera, now a mecca for foodies with an array or top-class restaurants.
  • Visit Jerez de la Frontera en route to Seville, enjoying a Sherry tasting and learning about the Spanish equestrian art that has been perfected here.
  • Experience an authentic flamenco show during our first evening in Seville.
  • Explore Seville’s monuments including the immense Cathedral with its Giralda tower, and the Alcazar, the oldest Royal residence in Europe still in use by Spain’s Monarchs.
  • Spend your final evening in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Córdoba with its majestic Mezquita


For flights to and from Granada you can check the latest information on or

Granada is also accessible from Malaga, and a train from Madrid to Granada takes about 4½ hours.


Extend your stay with stays in Madrid, Barcelona or Malaga.

Flights to and from Granada, Malaga or Madrid can be found on

Cordoba is also accessible from Malaga. The train from Cordoba to Madrid takes about 1½ hours.


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.

Tour Cost Includes:

  • Accommodation with buffet breakfasts
  • Lunches and dinners as indicated each day in the detailed itinerary with water, soft drinks and beer.
  • Local English and Spanish-speaking tour manager accompanying the group with room/board
  • Entrance fees at sights mentioned in the itinerary including the flamenco show, Equestrian School and Sherry bodega
  • Guided walks and lectures with your tour guides as mentioned

Tour Cost Does Not Include:

  • Transport to Granada at the start, and from Cordoba at the end, of your tour.
  • Tip for tour manager.
  • Any extra hotel nights.
  • Entrance fees to sights not agreed in your day-to-day itinerary.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, phone calls, room service, minibar charges, wine with meals and after-dinner drinks etc

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

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Andalucia so attractive to tourists?
The beauty of Andalucia lies in its variety of landscapes, wealth of history and welcoming people. Enjoy snow-capped mountains, wide beaches, Europe’s only desert, UNESCO heritage sights and delicious dishes washed down with local wine and beer.

How many days are enough for Andalucia?
To visit the main sights of Andalucia, 8-10 days is sufficient. However, to truly immerse yourself in the culture, history and landscape of the region, two to three weeks will allow you to wander from west through central Andalucia to the beautiful beaches of the Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical. It is why so many travellers return year after year.

How is Andalucia different to the rest of Spain?
Andalucia has the hottest and driest climate in Spain. It is one of the country’s autonomous regions, with towns and cities inhabited for millennia. The range of landscapes also lends it a uniqueness to the rest of the country.

How to spend a week in Andalucia?
Our Grand Andalucia Tour takes in the primary monuments, cities and landscapes of Andalucia along with some of the less visited areas, giving you a taste of historic and authentic Andalucia. Seville, Cordoba, Granada and Ronda are just some of the towns and cities you can visit in a week.

What is the best month to visit Andalucia?
This will depend on your plans and love of the heat. July and August are the hottest months with average temperatures above 30ºC, best for beach holidays. For sightseeing and tours, we recommend the months of May, June and September as they are hot but not tiringly so. Of course, if you wish to see the Alhambra set against a snow-capped mountain backdrop, the winter months of December to February are best.


Hector G

“I can’t say enough good things about Toma & Coe… [we had] the opportunity to experience the cultural, culinary and historical highlights of the region with private guides, as well as enough free time to explore other areas on our own.”

Destination Guides

Seville: The beating heart of Andalucia
Granada: Proud and Majestic Granada
Cordoba: UNESCO heritage site known as The Ornament of the World

Ronda – our guide to this fascinating hill-top town is coming soon

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