Andalusia itinerary on the road
12 days in Andalusia: the most "caliente" region of Spain
- Information about Andalusia
- Itinerary Andalusia in 12 days
- What to do in Andalusia
- Articles that may interest you
Andalusia on the road itinerary takes place in the southernmost region of Spain.
The tour of Andalusia by car will allow to admire a land of conquest for different peoples who have left a fascinating mix of architecture and culture. Andalusia also enjoys sunny beaches, wild nature and a "hot" lifestyle!
March to June and September to November is the best time to visit Andalusia.
12 days itinerary: Andalusia on the road
Seville is the largest Andalusian city and encompasses cultures from as many as 3 continents that manifest themselves in the architecture of its buildings which make its historic center one of the most beautiful and interesting in Spain
- Seville - Cordoba (141 Km/87 mi)
Cordoba is a lively and important Andalusian city with a historic center declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its Arabic-style monuments
- Cordoba - Granada (208 Km/129 mi)
Granada has a great history behind it and owes its fame above all to the Alhambra, a World Heritage Arab fortress. Granada is also a good starting point for excursions to the Sierra Nevada
- Granada - Tabernas desert (124 Km/77 mi)
Tabernas is the only true European desert and has been the set of numerous American-style western films
- Tabernas desert - Almeria (39 Km/24 mi)
Almeria is a coastal city with historical charm and is considered the beginning of the Costa del Sol
- Almeria - Malaga (201 Km/124 mi)
The journey from Almeria to Malaga passes through a good part of the Costa del Sol and you can stop anywhere to enjoy a few hours on the beach
Malaga is the main destination of the Costa del Sol, it is a very lively city and in addition to a magnificent historic center, it offers tourists events and nightlife all year round
- Malaga - Caminito del Rey (75 Km/46 mi)
Read my article: "Caminito del Rey: the most dangerous hike in the world"
It is very popular during the high season so it is recommended to book your ticket in advance
- Caminito del Rey - Ronda (57 Km/35 mi)
Ronda is a particular city, straddling the banks of a gorge whose ends are connected by a historic bridge that leaves you speechless for its beauty
- Ronda - Setenil de las Bodegas (18 Km/11 mi)
Setenil is a unique village of its kind because many of its houses are set in the rock sheltered from the scorching sun of Andalusia
- Setenil de las Bodegas - Zahara del la Frontera (32 Km/19 mi)
Zahara is the typical Andalusian white village
- Zahara de la Frontera - Arcos de la Frontera (52 Km/32 mi)
Arcos is a white village from which several hiking trails start
- Arcos de la Frontera - Cadiz (66 Km/41 mi)
Cadiz is an important port city, has an Arab-style historic center located on a promontory overlooking the Atlantic ocean
- Cadiz - Doñana (58 Km/36 mi)
Doñana is the main national park of the Iberian Peninsula and is characterized by dunes and marshes which are the ideal habitat for many animal species
- Doñana - Siviglia (106 Km/65 mi)
If you want to suggest some interesting stops within this itinerary do it with a comment on this article.
What to do in Andalusia:
- Face "Caminito del Rey" (book your ticket)
- Dance "Flamenco"
- Enjoy a day at the beach on the Costa del Sol
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- Caminito del rey: the most dangerous hike in the world
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