From Barcelona and Seville, to Granada and Marbella - discover Spain with your family

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  • Every trip helps support Conservation

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Itinerary highlights

  • Enjoy an evening sidecar tour of Barcelona
  • Learn how to make traditional Spanish chocolate treats
  • Explore Seville by bike and enjoy a live flamenco show in the evening
  • Learn how to whip up tasty Andalusian food in a cooking class
  • Marvel at Granda's Alhambra on a privately guided tour
  • Enjoy a private sailing experience in Marbella

What's included

  • Luxury accommodation throughout
  • Private transfers and internal flights
  • Privately guided tours tailored specifically to families
  • Full support from your travel designer and concierge before, during and after your trip
  • Expert guides in each destination
  • Our help with restaurant recommendations and reservations
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At a glance

Really get under Spain’s skin on this luxury family tour, with a wonderful blend of history, culture, fun and adventure that will keep everyone enthralled.

Your adventure will begin in Barcelona where you’ll head out into the city in a sidecar as the day winds to a close. You’ll also get to discover some of the sights that make this such a special place, from the eccentric architecture of Güell Park to the winding streets in the Gothic quarter. Then satisfy your sweet tooth at a decadent chocolate workshop.

Next it’s on to Seville where you’ll get to know the city by bike before taking in a passionate flamenco show. And because the best way to get to know a new place is through its food, you’ll join in on a hands-on cooking class where you’ll learn to prepare some popular Andalusian dishes.

The next stop is Granada, an endlessly atmospheric city that is home to the lavish Alhambra. Take a private tour of the iconic building which was once a palace and fortress.

Then finally you’ll spend a few the last four nights in the luxurious resort town of Marbella. Whether you prefer to spend all your time relaxing on the beaches, or discovering the secrets of the old town, this is the perfect place to bring your epic adventure through Spain to a close.

Example trip itinerary

Days 1-4


Flights & transfers


Private transfer to your hotel in Barcelona

Three nights in Barcelona Three nights in Barcelona

In Spain’s northwestern corner sits the proudly independent comunidad autónoma of Catalonia, with the charismatic city of Barcelona as its capital.

One of Europe’s greatest cities, Barcelona has a rich history with iconic architectural treasures dating from Roman temples to winding gothic streets, with Gaudi’s uniquely playful modernism cut with stark millennial flashes of glass and steel. There is a tangibly buzzing culture in the streets and squares, an inspiration for some of the 20th century’s greatest artists and writers, that makes exploring tucked away bars, cafes, restaurants, museums and galleries endlessly captivating.

Evening sidecar tour Evening sidecar tour

Barcelona is a city that comes alive at night, and you’ll experience the bright lights and the buzz with an evening sidecar tour. Whizz through the streets, taking in sights such as the Columbus Monument, Barceloneta Beach, El Born, Sagrada Familia, Montjuic Hill and much more. The city's buildings and avenues take on a different personality at night and you'll enjoy seeing a whole new side to Barcelona.

Barcelona tour - Sagrada Familia, Güell Park and the Gothic quarter Barcelona tour - Sagrada Familia, Güell Park and the Gothic quarter

Barcelona is known for its beautiful and often eccentric architecture. Gaudi contributed much to the cityscape and you can appreciate his artistic vision as you explore the Güell Park, located on Carmel Hill. La Sagrada Familia, although not finished, is considered his masterpiece and is a real feat of engineering incorporating stone, brick, tiles and glass. Enjoy wandering along the cobbled streets of the Gothic quarter and visit El Born which feels like a small village nestled within the city.

Barcelona chocolate experience and workshop Barcelona chocolate experience and workshop

Chocolate was first introduced to Spain from the New World in the sixteenth century and its popularity across Europe quickly spread. Today visit a specialty shop to learn about and buy the ingredients needed, then walk through medieval narrow streets to a cooking school to make different types of hot chocolate and melindros, a famous pastry dipped into the delicious drink.

Flights & transfers


Flight from Barcelona to Seville


Private transfer to your hotel in Seville

Days 4-7


Accommodation in Seville

Three nights in Seville Three nights in Seville

The jewel in the Moorish Caliphate of Cordoba and the capital of the most powerful Castilian Kingdom, Seville has been left with eye-popping architecture and majestic grace. While Seville reached its peak in the 17th century and then suffered terribly in the Spanish Civil War, today it has resurrected itself as the capital and largest city of Andalusia. You'll need to spend a few days here at least to experience the true essence of Spanish grandeur.

Bike tour of Seville Bike tour of Seville

Meet an expert resident guide an take to two wheels, exploring the beautiful city of Seville at a leisurely pace. Cycle along its pretty streets and over the bridge, passing by the Golden Tower and through parks while your host brings the city to life with fascinating stories and intriguing anecdotes.

Flamenco show Flamenco show

Flamenco is the traditional song and dance of the gypsies of Andalusia and was developed over hundreds of years before becoming popular in the 19th century as a form of café entertainment. There are three parts to every flamenco show: 'grande' or 'hondo' with intense, profound songs; 'intermedio'; and finally 'pequeño', lighthearted songs about love and nature.

Hands-on Andalusian cooking class Hands-on Andalusian cooking class

Meet your host, Amelia Gomez, before beginning this hands on class where you will cook and taste some of the most famous dishes of Andalusian cuisine. Enjoy the traditional salmorejo, beetroot and avocado cream and Spanish omelette or fried aubergine with honey. You will learn how to prepare Paella with saffron, vegetables and chicken or seafood.

Flights & transfers


Private transfer to your hotel in Granada

Days 7-8


Accommodation in Granada

One night in Granada One night in Granada

Seville's brooding Andalusian sister sits at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains, the Iberian Peninsula's highest massif. Renowned as the last stronghold of the Moors who were driven out of Western Europe in the 15th century, it's here that you'll best discover Andalusia's splendid Arabic architectural heritage including the beautiful Alhambra Palace.

Private tour of the Alhambra Private tour of the Alhambra

The lavish Alhambra is Granada's most visited site. Once a palace and fortress for the city's Muslim rulers, the Alhambra means ‘red fort' and is named after the red clay used in its construction in the mid-13th century. The Generalife was the country residence of the Nasrid king and the recreational courtyard and its beautiful gardens sit on the slopes of the Cerro del Sol, offering spectacular views.

Flights & transfers


Private transfer to your hotel in Marbella

Days 8-11


Accommodation in Marbella

Three nights in Marbella Three nights in Marbella

This city in Costa del Sol is surrounded by the Sierra Blanca Mountains, sandy Mediterranean beaches and resorts. Spend your days soaking up the sun on one of 24 beaches along the coast, or explore the Old Town (Casco Antiguo) with its ancient walls and historic buildings. Discover a variety of cafes and restaurants, learn about the city's history with a visit to some of the museums, and make the most of great shopping.

Half day private sailing experience Half day private sailing experience

Meet the crew and board the Elan Impression Sailing Boat for a glamorous half day sailing experience, navigating towards Cabo Pino and Estepona. During the cruise you may want to relax, do some snorkeling or swimming, before sailing back to Puerto Banús.

Flights & transfers


Private transfer to Malaga airport

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