Austria > Spanish Holiday – Barcelona to Seville
10 Days Spanish Holiday traveling along the coast to Seville.
Escorted Solo or small group sight seeing road trips in prestige sports car from Barcelona to Seville. Travelling along the coast road with the opaque waters of the Mediterranean Sea over your left shoulder as we stop and explore this rugged coast line and interior on this Spanish Holiday.
Visiting renowned locations as Granada, Alicante, Cordoba on our journey through Spanish country side. We stop and take in the sea air, visit coastal fishing villages through to dusty inland areas making this trip both dynamic and interesting while staying at luxury Spanish Holiday hotels and in one of a selection of cars from two seater premier sports car to Range Rover or Mini coach depending on the number of travellers in your party – travelling in style.
Have a swim in the Mediterranean sea or just eat a sea food delight, this Spanish Holiday will test the taste buds and see you eating Paella under the shade of the local trees. Visiting Muncia, set in land, a destination with interest in bygone times, with squares, theatres, shops, cafés, holy places, unspoilt landscapes… in short, places with charm which revere tradition, a taste for the home-made and home-grown, and the natural passage of time an our Spanish Holiday.
YOUR TRIP INCLUDES –
* Centrally located Luxury hotels each night.
* Twin share accommodation (single rooms available).
* Meals including 9 X breakfasts.
* Premium personal sports car travel (group travel in suitable vehicle) with good luggage capability.
* Driver/guide all fuel, tolls and parking fees.
* Return Ferry to Ibiza for the day.
PRICES EXCLUDE: Airfares; passport fees; main meals; beverages; laundry; telephone calls; souvenirs and items of a personal nature.
From – Barcelona Airport to Seville Airport, Spain
2017 COSTINGS –
TRAVELERS TRIP; FROM £1,950.00
Options – available to change locations, standard of accommodation and or route.
Day 1 Barcelona
Barcelona, collecting from the airport we enjoy some of the city sights before checking into our overnight stay. This free day in Barcelona enabling visits to the Barri Gotic in old part of the city, church of Sagrada Familia by architect Antoni Gaudi which today is an international symbol. Palau de la Música Catalana and Hospital de Sant Pau, The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and St. Eulalia or basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. Time to site on the balcony and enjoy an evening drink as we leave Barcelona in the morning.
Free time in Barcelona
Overnight: Hotel Duquesa de Cardona, (or similar)
Day 2 Benicarlo
Driving along the coast road from Barcelona we stop where and when to suit heading to Benicarlo set on the coast an important fishing port and tourist center in Costa del Azahar. The historic quarter filled with remarkable examples of stately architecture. Benicarló’s origins go back to the Middle Ages, when it was a little Arab town with many of its houses exhibiting their coats of arms. At the heart of the village we find the church of Sant Bertomeu.
4P/M to 9P/M Free time in Benicarlo
Overnight: Gran Hotel Peñiscola (or similar)
Day 3 Valencia
We drive south today along the coast road stopping where requires exploring the points of interest. Valencia has historically been Spain’s Mediterranean port, thanks to its location and has that special charm of cities that are also seaports. And the fine sand and clean water, the vastness of the sea and the closeness of the coastal mountains make the Valencian coast uniquely attractive.
4P/M to 9P/M Free time in Valencia
Overnight: the westin valencia (or similar)
Day 4 Valencia
Free day in Valencia gives time to explore the many interesting sites of this famous city. When walking around Valencia, visitors can feel the pulse of many centuries in its walls and under the ground. From the remains of the Roman forum founded by Junius Brutus, Valencia Cathedral and now in the Plaza de la Virgen which gave rise to Valencia, to the emblematic Arts and Sciences Centre, the city has transformed its appearance whilst rescuing monuments that are witness to past eras.
Free time in Valencia
Overnight: the westin valencia (or similar)
Day 5 Denia
The drive from Valencia to Denia takes us through the National Park De L’albufera and on through Real de Gradie before arriving in Denia. This city name to the goddess Diana, and turned its port into one of the most active in the Peninsula. The Muslim castle keeps many examples of its heritage at the Archaeological museum. The city also has remarkable monuments such as the church of Asunción, from the 18th century, with Renaissance and Baroque.
4P/M to 9P/M Free time in Denia
Overnight: La Posada del Mar Hotel (or similar)
Day 6 Ibiza/Denia
Today offers an early morning ferry to the Beliearic Island of Ibiza where blue lagoons and coves await your exploration.The artistic wealth is found in the monumental area of Dalt Vila, in the necropolis of Es Puig des Molins and in the archaeological site of Sa Caleta. The beauty of the island city is enhanced by the sands and coves at Figueretes, Es Viver and Talamanca, as well as by its the diverse marine ecosystem. Late afternoon a return ferry trip to Denia where a rest in the hotel after a long day.
Free day in Ibiza
Overnight: La Posada del Mar Hotel (or similar)
Day 7 Murcia
Motoring today will take us from Denia along the coast via Alicanti through to Muria. A chain of mountains surrounds the plain which Murcia sits upon, a city of Arab origin whose existence is closely linked to the fertile lands around the river Segura. From among its streets of guilds emerges the tower of the Cathedral, one of the symbols of the city yet the many cafes and restaurants offers a retreat for the odd dairy update.
6P/M to 9P/M Free time in Murcia
Overnight: Rincón de Pepe (or similar)
Day 8 Granada
Heading further West we drive to Pueto Lumbreras and skirt the nation Park Serria De Baza on our way to Granada. Placed at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, between the rivers Darro and Genil. Granada is one of the most interesting cities in Eastern Andalusia. As well as its impressive Al-Andalus heritage, there are Renaissance architectural gems and the most modern facilities, fit for the 21st century. Granada has an unmistakable Moorish essence, due to the fact that it was the last city to be reconquered by the Catholic Monarchs in 1492. The city offers gastronomy delights and craft-work.
4P/M to 9P/M Free time in Granada
Overnight: hotel-casa-1800 (or similar)
Day 9 Seville
Driving from Granada we cross rugged country via Lucena and Cordoba our route crosses the rolling plains called ‘La Campaña’ cultivated with olives, wheat, oranges and sunflowers. The plains offer colours and are a landscape photographers dream, always changing as the crops ripen under the scorching sun. This are is often known as the ‘frying pan’ in the summer temperatures often reach 40 celcius, entering Seville we book into our accommodation for the night.
Free time in Seville
Overnight: Hotel Alfonso XIII (or similar)
Day 10 Seville
Today being a free day gives time to explore the city visiting the cathedral, the Reales Alcázares Palace and the General Archive of the Indies. The years of highest splendor in Seville happened after the discovery of America. During the 16th and 17th century its port was one of the most important in Spain, because it had the monopoly of the foreign trade by sea. Thanks to the trade carried out during that period in Seville, many mansions, stately homes, churches and convents were built. The main monuments in town being the Gothic cathedral stands in the white-washed Santa Cruz neighborhood.
4P/M arrival at Seville Airport
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Options and alterations:
Alterations and personalisation of our driving tour is welcomed.
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- As per all tours, all details (hotels, locations and points of interest) can be customised to suit your individual taste.
- Subject to currency fluctuation.
- Subject to availability.
- Trips described on this site are not a quote or a set schedule, but a suggested trip that can be modified and await your confirmation.
- All driving travel is subject to road and traffic conditions. If unforeseen conditions, deviations may be necessary.
- Any nominated roads are shown as an indication only and not necessarily the roads travelled.
- Full Travel/Health/Baggage Insurance is to be taken out by each traveller.
- There are some accommodation locations that are most popular therefore the earliest confirmation of your intentions is recommeded.
- Double room accommodation; Single room options available.
- Free Day or Free time indicates that you have time to yourselves to explore, rest or sit around the pool.
- Lists of sightseeing opportunities are available.
- Non smoking trips
- Full disclosure of any medical conditions is imperative including next of kin details.
- Meal inclusions indicated are to a given value.
- [B]Breakfast included Breakfast included
- [L]Lunch included Lunch included
- [D]Dinner included Dinner included