Seville-Cordoba-Granada – the golden triangle

Visit the highlights of the Andalusian culture with overnight stay in two B&B ‘s. The Alhambra, the Mezquita, the splendour of Seville, are undoubtedly the main cultural attraction of Southern Spain. Who who wants to enjoy all of it but prefers to stay in a quiet place outside the city will be happy to book two Bed & Breakfasts that have joined efforts to propose a budget friendly formula.

The B&B Finca La Luz is located 20 km from the centre of Seville and 15 minutes away from the international airport. From here it is easy to join the Andalusian capital city by car, by bike or by public transport. Córdoba is within easy reach to be visited in a day trip since it is just an hour’s drive away.

In de B&B Arroyo de la Greda you stay 13 km away from Granada which can be reached by car or by local bus in half an hour.

Both lodgings are located in a quiet and green area. In addition to visit the three cities, they are also good points of departure for trips in nature and other regional attractions.

Booking both B&B’s with a minimum stay of 3 nights in each, allows to enjoy an important discount on top of the already preferential rates. The only condition is to make the booking directly with one of both B&B’s. Other packages can be developed according your wishes. Longer stay is of course still possible. Prices upon request.


This is how your itinerary could look like:

Day 1:   Seville: Santa Cruz, Cathedral and Alcazar, Plaza de España, busride hop on hop off along the outskirts of the historic centre;

Day 2:   Seville: from the centre towards the river (Bullfightring, Plaza San Francisco, Plaza del Salvador, Casa de Pilatos, Hospital de la Caridad, Palacio de Lebrija, the Bellas Artes Museum, Triana, etc…);

Day 3:   Cordoba: day trip to visit the Mezquita, the Jewish quarter and the Roman bridge;

Day 4:   Carmona: on track to be officially included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, Roman necropolis, …

Day 5:   On the way to Granada: Fuente de Piedra (laguna and breeding ground for thousands of pink flamingos) and Antequera;

Day 6:   Granada: Alhambra and Generalife;

Day 7:   Granada: Cathedral, Albaicin (old moorish quarter) and Sacremonte (gipsy neighbourhood with cave houses and flamenco bars);

Day 8:   Sierra Nevada: hiking through the national park (e.g. the Vereda de las Estrellas). Lunch or dinner at Maitenas restaurant alongside the bustling river. Depending on the temperature a delicious swim in the natural swimming pool. 

Day 9: Sierra Nevada: rent a bike in the B&B for a tough ride or guided horse tour with lunch. 


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