Andalucia cities

Jane Anderson, Honeymoon expert Jane's verdict
Practically on the doorstep and boasting some seriously stylish hotels, southern Spain best suits an early or late summer honeymoon to catch the best climate and avoid the crowds. Seville is a spectacular starting point with its gold-encrusted Alcazar Palace. Add Cordoba and Granada, and you have three sumptuous honeymoon cities for the price of one.

Recommended tour operator: Kirker Holidays

Kirker Holidays says

Explore the delights of the famous cities of Seville, Cordoba and Granada, staying in some of Spain’s most historic boutique hotels.

  • Boutique hotels
  • Great food and culture
  • Luxury private tour

After a scheduled flight from the UK, you will be whisked away by private transfer to the Hospes Las Casas Del Rey de Baeza, situated in the centre of Seville.  The highly individual 18th century building was given by King Ferdinand III to the King of Baeza. After a complimentary two hour walking tour of the old city, there is nowhere better to relax than in the hotel’s rooftop pool or spa.

After three nights in Seville, the super efficient AVE train service takes you on to Cordoba, where you’ll spend two nights at the chic Hospes Palacio del Bailio in the centre of town. Explore the Mesquita, the most important Islamic monument in Western Europe, and meander along the myriad of cobbled streets.

You are then transported by private car to the Hospes Palacio de los Patos in Granada, centrally located within easy walking distance of shops and tapas bars. Soak up the enchanting atmosphere of the Alhambra and its gardens, and experience the fabulous atmosphere of the old Islamic quarter, the Albayzin.  Return by scheduled flight from Granada airport to the UK.

This seven night honeymoon in Andalucia includes scheduled flights, B&B accommodation, transfers and added extras such as a sherry tasting in Cordoba and Tapas lunch in Seville.

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