Sephardic Jewish Heritage Tours

Discover the Jewish heritage of Andalucia


  • Start the tour in Malaga with the Picasso museum
  • See the glorious renaissance town of Úbeda with a special visit to the Sinagoga del Agua
  • Visit the Memory Palace of the Alhambra and dine in the former Jewish Quarter of Realejo
  • Cordoba´s Judería and magnificent Mezquita
  • Seville’s Jewish necropolis and The pearl of Sefarad
  • Dine in a Sephardic Jewish Restaurant


Trip Profile

6 nights / 7 days
Best Time To Visit:
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Sept, Oct, Nov
Tour Dates/Days:
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Woman enjoying the view of the Alhambra of Granada

Tour Summary

The Jewish Sephardic Heritage to be found in the roots and archives of the history of Andalucia is undeniable.

We have developed this tour carefully and sensitively as we have been piecing the puzzle together ourselves. This itinerary is based on our findings and readings. As we take in many of the highlights of this stunning region, we will be basing our tours and cultural visits on Andalucia’s intrinsic Sephardic Heritage and how Al Andalus was a meeting place and melting pot of three great cultures and religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

In this tour, we travel through the memory of the Sephardic past and uncover the riches of that time in history. Only in investigating, accepting, understanding and processing the past, do we make way for the future. Solo travellers are always more than welcome to join our tours, we guarantee you will be made to feel welcome and included.

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  • Arrive in Malaga with a city tour including the Picasso Museum
  • Granada with dinner and stay in the former Jewish Quarter and a tour of the Alhambra and city
  • Walking tour of Ubeda and the Sinagoga del Agua
  • Cordoba and the synagogue, mezquita and tour of the Judería
  • Discover the highlights of Jewish Seville and flamenco


Arrive in Malaga

There are direct flights to Malaga from across Europe, the USA and the Middle East.

Fast trains from Madrid take around 3 hours.


Depart from Seville

Flights are available from Seville airport direct to European cities.

From the USA, there are direct flights to Malaga. The train from Malaga to Seville takes 2-3 hours depending on the time of day.

The train from Seville to Madrid takes about 2 1/2 hours. Renfe timetables can be found here.


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.

Prices include Bed and Breakfast boutique accommodation, 3 lunches and 3 dinners with soft drinks, water and beer, local guides and entrances are included.

Not included: extras at your hotels, wine with meals, travel to the first hotel and departure from the last, gratuities.

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

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I see Jewish history in Spain?
Andalucia, Madrid and Toledo are particularly known for the three cultures, one of which is Judaism. In Andalucia, the main cities inland and to the south have old Jewish quarters.

Is there a Jewish quarter in Malaga?
The old Jewish quarter in Malaga is in the oldest part of Malaga historic centre. The area connects the Alcazaba and Roman theatre with Plaza de la Merced.

Who is the famous Jewish scholar from Cordoba?
Moses Maimonides was a Jewish philosopher, jurist, and physician. He was the foremost intellectual figure of medieval Judaism.

When did Spain expel the Jewish people?
The Jewish expulsion from Spain occurred in 1492 following the Christian reconquest of Andalucia from the Moors.

Will we eat kosher food on the tour?
Yes, you will dine in restaurants which offer kosher food.



Overall we could not have dreamed of a better tour and tour guides. Final shout out to Fernando who was very attentive and helped plan the tour and his communication h be is email to get this set up. Great company, fabulous tour company.”

Destination Guides

Cordoba – the Jewish old quarter is a gem
Granada – Alhambra and Realejo quarter
Seville – the theatre of Andalucia

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