Arrive on site from midday onwards and meet your Club Tour Escorts and fellow tourers. Enjoy a welcome meal and drink in the campsite restaurant in the evening.
5 nights at campsite near Córdoba
A day coach excursion from the site to discover the beautiful baroque church towers of Ecija and the Palace of Justice. Enjoy a three-course lunch and drink, followed by a visit of Almodóvar castle, which offers stunning views over the Guadalquivir valley.
A day coach excursion from the campsite to nearby Córdoba to see this vibrant city. Local residents often open up their cool courtyards and patios to visitors, displaying their colourful flowers, ceramics and mosaics - a real treat for the senses. Lunch will be payable locally during your free time, followed by a guided tour around historic Córdoba, which is a classified UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the second largest old town in Europe. We then visit the Moorish Medina Azahara where you will find the carefully excavated remains of the Caliph’s stunning city palace constructed in 936AD.
A day coach excursion to visit a local bodega, learning about the production methods and taking the opportunity to sample the wine with a traditional tapas lunch. After that you will visit an artisan pottery factory where you can purchase some souvenirs to take home.
A day at leisure to relax on site by the swimming pool or explore the local area by foot or bicycle. The site may also offer a cooking demonstration.
Travel to the next campsite in Ronda (90 miles).
6 nights at campsite in Ronda
A day coach excursion to visit the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. Discover the tastes, aromas and traditions of rural Andalucía with visits to an organic orchard and an olive oil production factory with a tasting session. Enjoy a three-course lunch with a drink in Casarabonela with its pretty whitewashed houses and stroll through the charming Moorish influenced alleyways. There will also be a visit to an esparto grass handicraft artisan.
A day coach excursion to visit a local bull farm. You will find out all about these animals, which feature heavily in Spanish tradition, and discover the role of the matador. There will then be a three-course lunch and drink during a visit to Ronda to see the famous gorge and soak up the historic charm of this beautiful town.
A day at leisure to relax on site or explore the local area. Enjoy a three-course group meal and a drink in the campsite restaurant in the evening.
A coach excursion to El Bosque, travelling through the scenic Sierra de Grazamela Natural Park. Visit an old artisan flour mill dating back from the 18th century and still functioning today. You will learn how this hydraulic mill operates and have a chance to make your own bread. Enjoy lunch at a nearby restaurant while your bread is baking.
A day coach excursion to visit a unique, privately owned wolf park and discover the four species of wolf living there. The owners of the park will explain all about wolf behaviour and you will be able to observe the animals in this natural environment. There will also be a stop at the impressive megalithic Antequera dolmens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Travel to the final campsite near Granada (125 miles). Arrive on site from midday and enjoy an evening three-course meal and drink in the campsite restaurant.
5 nights at campsite near Granada
A visit to the magnificent 9th century Alhambra. This stunning complex is part fortress, palace and water garden and is one of the finest historical buildings in Europe. In the evening you will be taken to Sacromonte to enjoy an evening meal, drink and Flamenco show.
A day coach excursion from the site to the south slopes of the Sierra Nevada to discover the region of Las Alpujarras. You'll visit a local village with traditional houses and can browse the crafts and wares for sale. Lunch will be a feast of typical local dishes and wine before finishing the day at Trevélez, the highest village in Andalucía, and visiting a producer of regional air-dried ham.
A day coach excursion to Piñar to see the stalactites and stalagmites in the caves, which were inhabited during the Paleolithic era. After a group lunch and drink you will visit Guadix where local residents still inhabit caves carved into the hillside. Bright whitewashed façades give way to cosy, modern interiors - a fascinating look at modern living in unusual homes.
A day at leisure to relax on site before the evening three-course farewell meal and drink in the campsite restaurant.
End of tour arrangements. Your Tour Specialist can book you extra nights if you wish to extend your stay or recommend and book other sites for your return journey.
Approximate tour mileage: 215