6 D | Self-Drive | From and to Almeria
Discover a different side of Andalusia. Beginning and ending the trip in the Mediterranean coastal town of Almeria, head out to explore inland villages, picturesque mountain backdrops, and history-filled towns and cities as you visit the regions of Almeria, Lanjaron, and Baeza, all of which are off Andalusia’s beaten path. This will allow you to get to know authentic Andalusia, its traditions, delectable cuisine, and fascinating past.
Almeria: This originally Moorish city by the sea is full of life and combines some impressive forts and walls with a great variety of tapas bars.
Lanjaron: This picturesque white-coloured mountain village is famous for the quality of its thermal waters.
Ubeda and Baeza: Twin cities in the province of Jaen locked in a historical competition for which is the most beautiful. They boast an incredible Renaissance heritage and charming culture.
Guadix: Surrounded by hills and well-protected by the Alcazaba (Moorish Castle), this city has many caves used by locals for all kind of purposes .
Comfortable and light clothing is the most suitable for travelling in Spain. Visitors should not wear sleeveless shirts, shorts, short skirts or skimpy clothing when visiting temples, religious or official buildings. Sun protection, sunglasses, a hat and mosquito repellent in summer can be very useful during your stay.
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