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Holiday Length

3 days

Price guide

From £970pp to £1,115pp

The price shown is a guide – based on two people sharing and excluding flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight, expert guide inclusion, special requests, and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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Andalucia tasting tour

Spend three days in Andalucia, the perfect long weekend. Idyllic climes make this sunny spot an agricultural haven. Visit an olive oil farm in Seville to get behind the scenes of Spain’s ‘liquid gold’. Get swept up in a world of tapas and wash it down with the finest sherry. Finish with a jaunt to Albaicín for a tasting menu, showcasing traditional Granadino cooking. 

Olive orchard tour

There’s no wonder Andalucia produces some of the best olive oil in the world. Head out into the hills to a working farmhouse for an introduction to Spain’s most famed product. Go on a guided stroll around the sun-baked orchards learning about the history of harvesting (a method used since Roman times) as well as the various olive cultivars. You’ll get a behind-the-scenes tour of the factory to see how olives are pressed into the precious liquid gold.

Sevillian tapas tasting

Seville’s warm sunny climes and coastal location boasts the freshest fish, sun-ripened vegetables and locally reared meat. Your guide (a local) will lead you to the city’s mouth-watering tapas spots. Pull up a stool at old-school Cerveceria Giralda, serving classics like braised octopus with goat’s cheese and fluffy shrimp croquettes. Watering holes such as Belmonte, offer delicate shavings of Jamón Ibérico. Visit El Rinconcillo, a historic taverna dating back to 1670, for chorizo tortilla and pavias (cod bites in batter). You can wash it all down with a glass of fino.

Sample Granadan specialities

Journey east to the dramatic city of Granada. Stop at the Albaicín neighbourhood for a stroll around its whitewashed houses before lunch in El Trillo restaurant. Sitting out on the terrace dripping with foliage couldn’t be more picturesque. Start with the obligatory artisanal ham and fresh bread dunked in olive oil. Then enjoy Granada specialities such as remojón Granadino, a delicious salt cod and orange salad, or habas con chipirones, broad beans with tender squid and quail’s eggs. All accompanied by regional fine wines.

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