If any one place comes close to rolling together everything that's quintessentially Andalucian, it's Seville. Seville has elegant plazas, a mixture of Moorish and Gothic architecture, colourful gardens and fiery flamenco!
Cordoba's period of greatest glory began in the 8th century after the Moorish conquest, when some 300 mosques and innumerable palaces and public buildings were built to rival the splendours of Constantinople, Damascus and Baghdad.
Nestling below the snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains, Granada is one of the loveliest cities in Spain. It was the last Moorish city to fall to the Christians, in 1492. This Andalusian city is justly proud of its spectacular location, its long history and for the richness of its Moorish architecture, which is equal to anything in North Africa.
Gibraltar stands on the European side of the narrow straits that separate Europe from Africa and the Mediterranean from the Atlantic. Although a cosmopolitan mixture of several cultures it remains determinedly British - Gibraltar has been British since 1704 and is a Crown Colony.Book this tour today from £1099