Welcome to mythical Andalucía, the birthplace of flamenco, bullfighting and tapas. As you travel through the undulating olive groves of Sevilla and crumbling whitewashed villages of Cadiz, all the way past the crystal Mediterranean waters of Malaga to Granada’s crimson Alhambra, you will quickly realize why so much great Spanish art originated here. This southern region is a land of passion and mystery, where Moorish kings ruled and diverse communities flourished, where artists like Hemingway and Merimée went to find inspiration and fall in love, and where travelers continue to do the same.
The Feria de Abril with a Spanish host
Seville’s April Fair is known worldwide as the Spanish party to beat all parties, and you have the opportunity not only to attend, but also to celebrate with the locals in their private casetas, or tents.
Visit the Brave Bull's Ranch
As you drive northwest of Seville, where serene landscape meets clear skies, our ranch appears on the horizon surrounded by a succession of gentle rolling hills, evergreen oaks, eucalypts and wild olive trees.
Excursion to the White Mountain Villages
In the southwest of Andalusia, tucked between beautiful mountains, you will find a series of small towns filled with chalk-coated houses dating back to the Middle Ages and Moorish times.
Caviar Experience at Riofrío Sturgeon Farm
Caviar de Riofrío, just west of Granada, has been in operation since 1956 and is one of the leading sturgeon farms in the world.