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5 days – 4 nights

5 days – 4 nights
The Caliphate Route, which runs between Córdoba and Granada, combines a wide historical-monumental and landscape heritage of great attraction for the traveler, and an already developed network of infrastructures and services.

The road connects Córdoba and Granada, capitals of the Caliphate and Nasrid al-Andalus, and was one of the busiest in the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages, as it was traveled by merchants from all over the known world who supplied and traded with these important towns. of population; It was also the path of knowledge, science and the arts. An exceptional and totally private trip. Endorsed by the Fundación El Legado Andalusí.


Arrival at Córdoba station in the morning and transfer to our hotel in Córdoba.
Check in hotel.

Guided tour of Córdoba.
We begin our journey along the Caliphate Route with a visit to one of the jewels of the Andalusian period, Córdoba, capital of the Umayyad caliphate. Córdoba was the capital of wisdom of the Muslim West during the caliphal period and one of the most advanced cities of its time. Born for Islam in 711, it treasures magnificent monuments that, in its time, made it worthy of being considered one of the most splendid cities in the civilized world.

We will visit the Mosque-Cathedral, declared a World Heritage Site, and we will see its successive construction phases that made it one of the largest mosques in the Muslim world, and its famous “forest of columns” in the words of the romantic traveler Téophile Gautier.
We will continue the visit touring the Jewish Quarter, with its characteristic alleys, Plaza de las Tendillas, the nerve center of the city and Plaza de la Corredera or Plaza Mayor de Córdoba, center of social activities.

Free time. Free dinner and accommodation.


After breakfast, transfer to Aguilar de la Frontera and guided tour.
Aguilar de la Frontera is one of the most characteristic towns on this Route. When speaking of Aguilar de la Frontera we must speak of a city, since we are facing one of the most important in Córdoba. Located on a small hill, it spreads towards the fields with its white houses, the
remains of its castle, its stately homes and its vast history included. Numerous buildings tell us about their past and wealth, but the Clock Tower, a very characteristic baroque bell tower, the Hospital Church and the splendid Plaza de San José, in an octagonal shape, stand out. He was head of the noble state of the González de Córdoba, one of the most influential Andalusian families during the Modern Age.
Transfer to Lucena.

Guided visit to Lucena, it was known as the “Pearl of Sepharad”. The city of Lucena is presented to the visitor as a dynamic city that treasures a rich historical and artistic heritage inherited from an important Jewish, Arab and Christian past that made it a prosperous enclave as a city.
of the three cultures. We will visit the parish of San Mateo, possibly built on a synagogue, where the monumental Sagrario chapel is located, a masterpiece of Andalusian Baroque.
From here, and following a pleasant walk through the town, we will go to the Moral castle, witness of the footprint of al-Andalus where, during the Granada War, the last Muslim king in the peninsula, Boabdil, was imprisoned.
Lunch in a traditional restaurant.

Transfer to Cabra, walk through the oldest neighborhood of Cabra, site of the old Licabrum, primitive Iberian town that would later become Egabro. This neighborhood houses the remains of the Arab wall, as well as the Parish of the Assumption and angels and the Castle of the Counts of Cabra.

Free dinner and accommodation.


Breakfast, transfer to Zuheros and guided tour of the Sierra de Zuheros.
Zuheros, a small town in Cordoba declared a Site of Cultural Interest in its category of Historical-Artistic Complex. Raised on the slopes of the mountains, from where it gets its name (Suhayra means rock. We will visit the Castle of Zuheros, built by the Arabs in the 9th century on a huge cliff. It currently houses the remains of a Renaissance-style palace from which the You can see impressive views of the entire town.We will continue our route through the Fuente de la Zarza to enter the world of ornithology with the contemplation and identification of birds and animals in the Natural Park of Subbéticas. Villa, from where we can admire the mountains, a landscape full of ridges, pits and extensive fields lined with hundreds of olive groves. Transfer to Priego de Córdoba and lunch at a restaurant in the Barrio de la Villa.

Guided tour of Priego de Córdoba. Nestled in a privileged environment, Priego de Córdoba stands out for its beauty and history, which we will take on a visit that will take us to contemplate the impressive views from the Adarve, and to explore the twists and turns of the Barrio de la Villa, with a strong Andalusian essence. We will visit the Chapel of the Tabernacle of the Church of the Assumption (17th century) and the famous Royal Butchers (16th century). We will continue towards the birthplace of Niceto Alcalá Zamora, first president of the Second Republic, to finish at the Fuentes del Rey and de la Salud, a splendid hydraulic complex that has made the town famous.

Transfer to the hotel. Dinner and accommodation.


Breakfast, transfer to Alcalá la Real and guided tour.
Alcalá la Real extends at the foot of the famous La Mota Fortress and the surrounding walls, a National Monument since 1931. Population with great Andalusian essence, and key in times of war of the passage to Granada, with its urban structure of Arab origin , its steep streets variegated with houses, full of surprises, stately houses, churches and architectural details, samples of its splendor and its rich historical past. Its surroundings dominate the La Mota fortress, started around 722, where we will visit its Alcazaba and the Abbey Church, erected by Christians in the 16th century, in a privileged enclave. We will be able to see the excavations carried out inside, where burials from different periods have been found, which make the complex a source for the study of funeral culture throughout the centuries.
Transfer to Alfacar.

Already at the gates of Granada, Alfacar, in the middle of the Vega, its privileged location and the purity of its waters made this place one of the favorites for the recreation of the zirid monarchs. Alfacar is one of the access points to the Sierra de Huétor Natural Park. Surrounded by the Sierra de la
Alfaguara, this town with a Mediterranean climate is nestled among lush masses of pine and oak.
Lunch in a typical restaurant.

Alfacar guided tour. The purity of the waters of Alfacar made it a supplier to the capital of Granada in the Muslim era and even until a few years ago. From here we will go to the Fuente Grande, the birthplace of the waters, and visit the Federico García Lorca Park, where we will be introduced to the life and work of the universal poet who was executed in these places.

Transfer to Granada. Traditional dinner and accommodation.

DAY 5.

Granada … end of the Caliphate Route and last bastion of Muslims in Europe. We will visit the Alhambra and Generalife palaces, a compendium of eight centuries of Andalusian presence, in a unique venue in the world considered a World Heritage Site. We will know the palaces
Nasrids and the entire town of Alhambre.

Lunch and transfer to Granada airport/train station



– Lunches and dinners

– What is not indicated in Includes

– Hotel extras

– Travel Insurance

– Tips


– Transfers from train station to hotel

– Private visits to monuments

– Tickets to monuments described in the itinerary

– Guide-driver throughout the trip

– Welcome gift

– 1 night accommodation in a 4 * hotel with breakfast included in Córdoba

– 1 night accommodation in a 4 * hotel with breakfast included in Cabra

– 1 night accommodation in a 4 * hotel with breakfast included in Priego de Córdoba

– 1 night accommodation in a 4 * hotel with breakfast included in Granada



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