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Biking Vacation Spain: Under the Andalusian Sky​

Activity Level: Easy / Moderate  |  Daily Mileage: 18 – 45 mi  |  Daily Biking: 2 – 5 hr
Air package plus
10 days from only
Price includes roundtrip airfare.
Land only
7 days from only
Pre-trip Extension:
Seville · 2 nights $245*

Post-trip Extension:
Barcelona · 3 nights $545*
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AC Palacio de Santa Paula

AC Palacio de Santa Paula  AC Palacio de Santa Paula is a luxury hotel that is part of Marriott’s “Autograph Collection” and is ideally located in the historic center of Granada near the Albaicín and Sacro Monte areas, the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel, the historical Gardens of the Triumph, the Archeological museum and the Alhambra. The beautiful hotel, one of the best 5-star hotels in Granada, is a restored masterpiece that was also declared an artistic and historic monument. It replaced the Santa Paula Convent and the Casa Morisca, which existed in the 16th and 17th centuries respectively. This luxury hotel’s restaurant, “El Claustro,” where the Santa Paula convent refectory used to be, offers guests haute cuisine that fuses elements of traditional Andalusian gastronomy with modern culinary concepts. WiFi is available for free in the lobby and in the guest rooms for an additional cost.

Hacienda Minerva

Hacienda Minerva Located in the natural center of Andalusia, this enchanting property is close to the Sierra Subbetica Park and the famous Green Way bike path, surrounded by centuries-old olive trees and facing the white village of Zuheros.

This historical farm, typical of this area, dates to the 19th century and has been carefully restored. Its unique architecture is embedded in the landscape, and it features all the modern comforts. The Hacienda has amazing public spaces, such as a library (with 10,000 books!), a wine cellar and a swimming pool. Complimentary WiFi is available in the reception area.

Las Casas de la Judería

Las Casas de la Judería Las Casas de la Judería is located a few steps from the walls of the Alcazar. The hotel consists of 27 houses, which were private homes in the 17th and 18th centuries, set among 31 courtyards and ancient public roads. Take time to explore this hotel’s unique layout and make sure to ask hotel staff for directions to your room. The hotel features quiet rooms organized into small sections, facing quaint charming patios, gardens, and spring fountains. Rooms share common courtyards, reception, and breakfast room. The property is beautifully restored and includes antique furniture, wooden floors, and whirlpool bathtubs in many bathrooms. This is a wonderful way to experience true Spanish hospitality and charm, and an excellent location from which to enjoy the extraordinary beauty of Seville. Complimentary WiFi is available in the reception area.

Las Casas de la Judería Cordoba

Las Casas de la Judería Cordoba Hotel Las Casas de la Judería is located a few steps from the Mezquita and the very heart of Cordoba. It consists of ancient private homes from the 17th and 18th centuries, with charming patios, gardens and spring fountains. The property is beautifully restored, a perfect blend of history and comfort. It opened in 2009.

Las Casas de la Trinidad

Las Casas de la Trinidad Hotel Las Casas de la Trinidad is centrally located a few steps from the Cathedral and the picturesque Albayzin. It consists of a block of ancient private homes from the 17th and 18th centuries, built above the ancient city walls. La Trinidad re-opened in 2010 after a complete restoration. The neighborhood is quiet and you will enjoy its exclusive location near restaurants and the main monuments of Granada.

Monasterio de San Francisco

Monasterio de San Francisco Monasterio de San Francisco was a Franciscan convent built in 1492 by the VII Señor de Palma’s orders. It was transformed into a charming hotel in 1985 yet preserves the simplicity and tranquility of a monastery. The refectory is now a very quiet reading room, the ancient vegetable garden still supplies the kitchen, and the patios are the same ones walked by the monks in silent prayer five centuries ago. Only the large swimming pool shaded by orange trees is a reminder of the modern world. What makes this place special is its role in the discovery of America. Franciscan monks based here founded American missions, took their language and customs to the New World, introduced the famous orange groves in California, and opened the Mission de Palma del Rio in San Diego. Columbus spent time here before setting out for his journey, as the monastery was a strategic and powerful centro de conoscimiento, or center of learning and culture during his time. The cities of San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego, all owe their names to the monasteries present in this area. Today guests can still drink the orange juice of the garden’s 65 orange trees, some of which are five centuries old.

Olivia Plaza Hotel

Olivia Plaza Hotel This boutique hotel was opened in 2006. It is conveniently located on the central Plaza Catalunya, at the start of the Ramblas Boulevard. City transportation is immediately accessible. Inside, the rooms are very spacious and quiet, and supplied with the most modern technology. A large, serene bar and sitting lounge overlook the Santa Anna Church and an internal courtyard. A hearty buffet breakfast is presented daily, with elegance and a special touch.

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