Located in the deep south of Spain, Andalucia is a region of contrasts. Ancient cities showcase iconic Moorish design in the shape of lavish palaces and mosques which display the legacy of centuries of Islamic domination. But this beautiful area has so much more to offer- with beautiful beaches, fertile plains and the dramatic peaks of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
Kirker’s Andalucian Trilogy allows you to explore the three most prominent cities Andalucia has to offer, in effortless fashion.
Seville, the Andalucian capital, is the home of Carmen and Figaro – its old town of Santa Cruz consists of a labyrinth of cobbled streets lined with orange trees, and centred around the Alcazar, one of the most beautiful royal palaces in Spain.
Cordoba, the second destination on our list, is a myriad of cobbled streets and courtyards with the spectacular mosque which is so large its conceals a Christian cathedral inside. This extraordinary example of Moorish architecture is guaranteed to take your breath away – but there is more to come.
Granada, the final component of the trilogy, is home to the pinnacle of Moorish architecture – the Alhambra Palace and its Generalife Gardens, which surround the palace itself with delicate avenues, elegant planting and gentle pools and fountains. Here you can relax and enjoy the spectacular views over the city and the Sierra Nevada mountains in the distance.