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Program #21285RJ
11 Days | 10 Nights
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Active
While all of our learning adventures offer extraordinary value, our "Best Value" programs were rated by our participants themselves who thought their dollar went particularly far.
Love to learn in a small-group setting? This collection of programs has at most 10-24 participants.
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EasyFor people looking to exercise their minds more than their bodies. There’s minimal walking and not too many stairs.
ModerateThese programs get you on your feet and include activities such as walking up to a mile in a day through a city and standing in a museum for a few hours.
ActiveFor people who enjoy walking as much as two miles a day, perhaps to explore historic neighborhoods or a nature trail.
Moderately ChallengingFor hardy explorers who enjoy a good physical challenge, spending most of their days on the go.
ChallengingGet ready to keep up with our highest-energy group. These demanding — and rewarding — programs are for seasoned outdoor enthusiasts.

Itinerary for Mar 14 — Mar 24, 2015

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Day One: Saturday, March 14 - Overnight transit to Carmona (Seville), Spain
In Transit Overnight: International flight to Spain

Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: Beautiful gardens and patios with fountains, typical Arab architecture, jasmine and ivy plants, secret corners to relax and enjoy. Personalized attention to guests, located in the heart of Carmona's historical center, right in front of the Descalzas' Convent.

Contact info:
Calle Descalzas, 1
Carmona, 41410 Spain
phone: +34 954 191 172
web: www.elrincondelasdescalzas.com/

Room amenities: All bathrooms with bath, some with separate shower, bidet, hairdryer, international shaver outlet, safety box, TV, data connection point, telephone, A/C, smoke detector and central alarm.

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant Bar "El Claustro", buffet breakfast, drawing room with open fireplace, meeting rooms, possibilities of open air meeting space, boutique, masseur, horseback riding

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Two: Sunday, March 15 - Arrival day, orientation to program in Carmona
Morning: Morning arrival at the Seville Airport, meet your Group Leader and transfer by private motor coach to the hotel in Carmona (just outside Seville). Check-in and rest before lunch.

Lunch: Lunch at the hotel restaurant.

Afternoon: After a post-meal orientation which will cover the program schedule in Carmona, participate in a walking tour around the hotel, located in the heart of Carmona in front of the Convent of Las Descalzas. We'll follow the Roman walled enclosure of the city on our stroll.

Dinner: Welcome reception and dinner at a local restaurant.

Lodging: Hotel El Rincón de las Descalzas

Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: Beautiful gardens and patios with fountains, typical Arab architecture, jasmine and ivy plants, secret corners to relax and enjoy. Personalized attention to guests, located in the heart of Carmona's historical center, right in front of the Descalzas' Convent.

Contact info:
Calle Descalzas, 1
Carmona, 41410 Spain
phone: +34 954 191 172
web: www.elrincondelasdescalzas.com/

Room amenities: All bathrooms with bath, some with separate shower, bidet, hairdryer, international shaver outlet, safety box, TV, data connection point, telephone, A/C, smoke detector and central alarm.

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant Bar "El Claustro", buffet breakfast, drawing room with open fireplace, meeting rooms, possibilities of open air meeting space, boutique, masseur, horseback riding

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

Check in time: 2:00 PM


Day Three: Monday, March 16 - Day trip to Cordoba, an Iberian and Roman city in...
Day trip to Cordoba, an Iberian and Roman city in ancient times, and later the stronghold of the Moors and capital of the Islamic caliphate. We explore the Great Mosque and the Jewish Quarter with a local expert.

Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.

Morning: After breakfast, a local historian will give the group a lecture on the Geography and History of Andalusia at the hotel. Afterwards, depart via private coach bus (1 hour) for Cordoba, where led by a local expert we will visit the Great Mosque-Cathedral with its famous horseshoe arches, and explore the Jewish Quarter with one of Spain's last remaining synagogues and a monument to the famous philosopher, Maimonides.

Lunch: Enjoy a typical Cordobes lunch on a geranium-filled patio.

Afternoon: Late afternoon return to Carmona to relax or explore on your own.

Dinner: On-site staff will give you suggestions for tapas bars in Carmona where you can eat like a local on your own.

Lodging: Hotel El Rincón de las Descalzas

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Located in the historic center of the village of Grazalema, with typical white-washed walls, wrought iron gatework and heavy wooden doors so typical of Andalusian architecture, Puerta de la Villa is the only hotel in town with a 4-star quality rating.

Contact info:
Plaza Pequeña, 8
Grazalema, 11610 Spain
phone: +34 956 132 405
web: www.hotelpuertadelavilla.com

Room amenities: Telephone, minibar, A/C and heat, hair dryer, WIFI internet connection, safety box, television

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant "La Garrocha" and bar-cafeteria with typical local fare, meeting rooms, library, swimming pool, and a boutique offering artesanal products from the village.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Four: Tuesday, March 17 - Morning guided tour of Carmona's Necropolis, afte...
Morning guided tour of Carmona's Necropolis, afternoon arrival in Grazalema, the most representative of the White Villages of Andalusia.

Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.

Morning: Morning guided tour of Carmona's Necropolis, composed of hundreds of sepulchral chambers and dating back to the 1st century B.C. We will also visit the Gothic Santa María la Mayor church, which boasts a liturgical calendar from the Visigothic age engraved in a column in its Patio de las Naranjos. After our visits in Carmona, check-out of the hotel and depart via private coach bus for our first stop in the White Villages of Andalusia, in Grazalema. Known for their uniformly whitewashed constructions, the White Villages still seem part of medieval Spain and appear to be inserted like bird nests into the mountains, sitting on dramatic gorges, often crowned by castles.

Lunch: Upon arrival at the hotel in Grazalema, check-in and enjoy lunch on the hotel patio.

Lunch: Enjoy lunch in the hotel patio.

Afternoon: Afternoon orientation walk around the village followed by a panel lecture on "The People of the Sierra" in which we will examine rural architecture, economy, and sociological character of the mountain people who subsisted by cultivating the land, shepherding, and even smuggling in times of economic difficulty.

Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant.

Lodging: Hotel Puerta de la Villa

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Located in the historic center of the village of Grazalema, with typical white-washed walls, wrought iron gatework and heavy wooden doors so typical of Andalusian architecture, Puerta de la Villa is the only hotel in town with a 4-star quality rating.

Contact info:
Plaza Pequeña, 8
Grazalema, 11610 Spain
phone: +34 956 132 405
web: www.hotelpuertadelavilla.com

Room amenities: Telephone, minibar, A/C and heat, hair dryer, WIFI internet connection, safety box, television

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant "La Garrocha" and bar-cafeteria with typical local fare, meeting rooms, library, swimming pool, and a boutique offering artesanal products from the village.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Five: Wednesday, March 18 - Morning walk in Grazalema Nature Park and a visit...
Morning walk in Grazalema Nature Park and a visit to a fully-functioning olive mill, social time with local villagers.

Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.

Morning: Light morning hike in the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park (2,500 feet altitude) which was declared a biosphere reserve in 1977. We will observe the many colonies of endangered vultures and explore limestone caves. Afterwards, stop at a an 18th century functioning olive mill where we will learn about the production of Spain's golden liquid.

Lunch: Lunch in a nearby village.

Afternoon: Afternoon meeting with locals to learn firsthand over coffee what life is really like in the village.

Dinner: Enjoy an organized tapas outing with your new village friends.

Lodging: Hotel Puerta de la Villa

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Located in the historic center of the village of Grazalema, with typical white-washed walls, wrought iron gatework and heavy wooden doors so typical of Andalusian architecture, Puerta de la Villa is the only hotel in town with a 4-star quality rating.

Contact info:
Plaza Pequeña, 8
Grazalema, 11610 Spain
phone: +34 956 132 405
web: www.hotelpuertadelavilla.com

Room amenities: Telephone, minibar, A/C and heat, hair dryer, WIFI internet connection, safety box, television

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant "La Garrocha" and bar-cafeteria with typical local fare, meeting rooms, library, swimming pool, and a boutique offering artesanal products from the village.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Six: Thursday, March 19 - Delve deeper into the hidden villages of the Sier...
Delve deeper into the hidden villages of the Sierra, with visits to Acinipo and Setenil, afternoon hands-on crafts sessions with Grazalema locals.

Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.

Morning: Morning field trip to the hidden villages of Acinipo and Setenil. At the Roman ruins of Acinipo, we will discover a Roman theatre still in use today. In Setenil, we will take in the beauty of this village built along a narrow river gorge. Tradition holds that the town's Castilian name came from the Roman Latin phrase septem nihil ('seven times nothing'). This is said to refer to the Moorish town's resistance to Christian assault, allegedly being captured only after seven sieges.

Lunch: Lunch will feature Setenil's cured meat products and a dessert sampling of its famous pastries.

Afternoon: Upon return to Grazalema, participate in a series of hands-on craft sessions with local artisans, including basket weavers, wool blanket weavers, and artesanal cheese makers.

Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.

Lodging: Hotel Puerta de la Villa

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Located in the historic center of the village of Grazalema, with typical white-washed walls, wrought iron gatework and heavy wooden doors so typical of Andalusian architecture, Puerta de la Villa is the only hotel in town with a 4-star quality rating.

Contact info:
Plaza Pequeña, 8
Grazalema, 11610 Spain
phone: +34 956 132 405
web: www.hotelpuertadelavilla.com

Room amenities: Telephone, minibar, A/C and heat, hair dryer, WIFI internet connection, safety box, television

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant "La Garrocha" and bar-cafeteria with typical local fare, meeting rooms, library, swimming pool, and a boutique offering artesanal products from the village.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes


Day Seven: Friday, March 20 - Day trip to the Ronda, in El Tajo canyon above wh...
Day trip to the Ronda, in El Tajo canyon above which the city perches. Hemingway and Welles spent many summers in Ronda as part-time residents and have written to reflect its beauty and bullfighting traditions.

Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.

Morning: Morning departure via private coach bus for the city of Ronda where we will experience this magnificent city nestled into the Malaga side of the Sierras with the guidance of a local expert. Visits to the oldest bullring in Spain, the Arab baths, the three main bridges crossing the gorge. We will also learn about Ronda's unique role played during Spain's Civil War.

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.

Afternoon: Late afternoon arrival in Grazalema to relax or explore on your own.

Dinner: On-site staff will make suggestions for you to enjoy dinner on your own in Grazalema.

Lodging: Hotel Puerta de la Villa

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel La Casa del Califa is made up of the union of eight different houses dating in ages from the 10th/11th century through to a complete contemporary rebuild of a 17th century property. The site has always been strategic for many reasons; it overlooks the principal medieval access to the town; the properties face the Plaza de España, Vejer’s largest flat open space ideal for markets & cultural events; the house is very close to Vejer’s principal gateway (Arco de la Villa). The original road into Vejer (its origins may be Roman or even Phoenecian) arrives at the foot of the Casa del Juzgado (the local popular name for what is now the principal façade of the hotel). Staying at the Califa is like staying at a large private house with multiple levels, corridors & courtyards dividing up the eight houses that make up the hotel of varying ages & architectural styles. There is a degree of intimacy in whichever part of the hotel you are staying in.

Contact info:
Plaza de España, 16
Vejer de la Frontera, 11150 Spain
phone: +34 956 447 730
web: www.lacasadelcalifa.com/en/

Room amenities: Full tea & coffee making equipment Air conditioning & heating Full bathrooms with baths or powerful showers Telephone Safe Satellite TV (Stereo systems & Flat screens TV’s in all suites) Hairdryers in bathrooms

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant: "The Caliph's Garden" is one of Andalucia’s prime eating destinations. You will be served fabulous North African & Middle Eastern food in a historic, tranquil & unsurpassed setting in the heart of Vejer’s medieval quarter.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Eight: Saturday, March 21 - In transit to our next site, Vejer de la Frontera...
In transit to our next site, Vejer de la Frontera, visit a bullranch and learn about the Andalusian culture of bullbreeding with a local expert.

Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.

Morning: Morning check-out of the hotel in Grazalema and departure via private coach bus for Vejer de la Frontera, En route, we stop in Arcos de la Frontera for a visit to a functioning bull ranch where we will learn first hand about raising toros.

Lunch: Have a leisurely lunch at the bull ranch, known locally as a "finca".

Afternoon: Afternoon arrival in Vejer and check-in at the hotel. Take a stroll through the village, towering over the surrounding countryside, at 600 feet above sea level, and only a couple of miles from the coast. The city is dominated by its Moorish castle and Gothic church. Clean, narrow cobblestoned streets and whitewashed homes are the characteristic trait of the Andalusian towns. Vejer is steeped in history; the famous battle of Trafalgar took place just off the coast near the town in 1805.

Dinner: Dinner at the hotel's restaurant, once a convent.

Lodging: La Casa del Califa

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Three-Star Hotel

Description: The Hotel La Casa del Califa is made up of the union of eight different houses dating in ages from the 10th/11th century through to a complete contemporary rebuild of a 17th century property. The site has always been strategic for many reasons; it overlooks the principal medieval access to the town; the properties face the Plaza de España, Vejer’s largest flat open space ideal for markets & cultural events; the house is very close to Vejer’s principal gateway (Arco de la Villa). The original road into Vejer (its origins may be Roman or even Phoenecian) arrives at the foot of the Casa del Juzgado (the local popular name for what is now the principal façade of the hotel). Staying at the Califa is like staying at a large private house with multiple levels, corridors & courtyards dividing up the eight houses that make up the hotel of varying ages & architectural styles. There is a degree of intimacy in whichever part of the hotel you are staying in.

Contact info:
Plaza de España, 16
Vejer de la Frontera, 11150 Spain
phone: +34 956 447 730
web: www.lacasadelcalifa.com/en/

Room amenities: Full tea & coffee making equipment Air conditioning & heating Full bathrooms with baths or powerful showers Telephone Safe Satellite TV (Stereo systems & Flat screens TV’s in all suites) Hairdryers in bathrooms

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant: "The Caliph's Garden" is one of Andalucia’s prime eating destinations. You will be served fabulous North African & Middle Eastern food in a historic, tranquil & unsurpassed setting in the heart of Vejer’s medieval quarter.

Smoking policy: No
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.


Day Nine: Sunday, March 22 - Field trip to the coast to visit the Baelo Claudi...
Field trip to the coast to visit the Baelo Claudia ruins on the coast and along the Straits of Gibraltar where Mediterranean meets the Atlantic. Evening hands-on cooking class in Vejer.

Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.

Morning: Day trip to the coast and guided visit of the Roman ruins of Baela Claudia in Bolonia, near Tarifa, abandoned in the 6th century and today preserving the most representative elements of a typical Roman city.

Lunch: Lunch of typical coastal fare at a local restaurant.

Afternoon: Afternoon return to Vejer, free time to explore on your own or relax.

Dinner: Evening hands-on cooking workshop where you will learn the basics of regional Andalusian fare. Then, enjoy what you've created for dinner!

Lodging: La Casa del Califa

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Type: Four-Star Hotel

Description: Located in Plaza Nueva, central to all of Seville's major monuments.

Contact info:
Plaza Nueva, 7
Seville, 41001 Spain
phone: +34 954 224 970
web: www.hotelinglaterra.es

Room amenities: Hairdryer, telephone, television, minibar, safe, heat/air conditioning.

Facility amenities: On-site restaurant and bar, meeting rooms, laundry and room service.

Smoking policy: Yes
Smoking policies vary by facility. During all group events and activities, smoking is prohibited.

Elevator: Yes

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Check out time: 12:00 PM

Day Ten: Monday, March 23 - Travel to Seville with a stop in Jerez to visit a...
Travel to Seville with a stop in Jerez to visit a sherry winery. Stroll in Seville's Jewish Quarter and take in the capital city of Andalusia.

Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel.

Morning: Morning check-out of the hotel and departure via private coach bus for Seville. En route, we visit a bodega, or winery, in Jerez, the capital of sherry. Taste the regional flavors and learn about this special blends. Late morning arrival in Seville.

Lunch: Lunch at the hotel in Seville.

Afternoon: Walking tour in Seville's Barrio Santa Cruz, famous for its orange trees and the former Jewish neighborhood of the city, a true labyrinth of narrow streets and alleys. Feel free to explore some more of Seville on your own.

Dinner: Evening dinner out followed by a flamenco music and dance show.

Lodging: Hotel Inglaterra

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day Eleven: Tuesday, March 24 - End of program, return flights.
Note: Extensive walking (2-3 miles on some days, approx. 1-3 hours, at a steady pace). In many of our visits we will encounter winding or hilly roads as well as cobblestone streets and sidewalks. Comfortable and sturdy footwear is a necessity.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel, program ends immediately after breakfast. Return coach transfer to the airport.

Meals Included: Breakfast

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