Andalucia and Morocco Tour
TOUR DEPARTS FROM MADRID
Discover two entrancing countries in one unforgettable 12-day combined tour. Travel by coach and ferry from Madrid to Morocco and back. Learn about both countries from your guide as you enjoy city tours, guided visits and free time to explore independently.
At a Glance
Thu Early departure from Madrid to Seville via Caceres
Fri Morning tour of Seville. Afternoon is free
Sat Take the White Village road to Ronda. Overnight in Marbella
Sun Travel to Morocco (Ferry) and arrive in Fes
Mon Full day tour of Fes
Tue Journey along the Atlas Mountains to Marrakech
Wed Morning tour of Marrakech. Afternoon free to explore the city
Thu Marrakech: day at leisure
Fri Leave for Casablanca (short tour). Overnight in Rabat
Sat Return to Tangier and Ferry crossing to Spain. Overnight in Marbella
Sun Leave Marbella for Granada. Visit the Alhambra & Generalife
Mon Onwards to Toledo (City tour). Arrive in Madrid
Discover the charms of the vibrant Andalucian cities such as Seville. Stay overnight on the Costa del Sol. Visit Morocco to discover Fez, Marrakech and more. Lastly, visit Granada’s Alhambra Palace and Toledo on route back to Madrid.
Andalucía embodies all the popular images of Spain, from fiery flamenco to white-washed villages and is the perfect curtain-raiser to mysterious Morocco, an exotic land awash with vivid colour and stunning architecture.
12-day tour of Morocco and Spain’s Andalucia region from Madrid spend nights in Seville, the Costa del Sol, Fez, Marrakech, Rabat, Tangier and Granada. Take tours of Andalucia’s Moorish cities, cross the Strait of Gibraltar by ferry and explore Morocco. See top attractions such as Bab Mansour Gate in Meknes and Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca Enjoy a 3 or 4-star accommodation in centrally located hotels
The Cathedral of Sevilla is the biggest Gothic cathedral in the world. Is a sign of its wide cultural and artistic past.
The Jma el-Fna Square, located in the heart of Marrakech, offers a wide range of colours, scents and flavours. Street juice shops, snake-charmers, traditional medicine… The entrance to the Medina, the place to get a feel of Moroccan tradition and culture
The Hassan II Mosque is a majestic building and one of world’s largest and most important cult centres of the Islamic tradition. Its location next to the sea and its impressive minaret offer a unique panoramic view