Day 4 - Malaga - Granada
Breakfast at the hotel. Post that go for a sightseeing and on the way to Granada we stop at the Museo Almazara de las Laerillas the olive pressing installation of Las Laerillas is the oldest olive mill in Spain. initially owned by Francisco Zayas Delgado, it came under the possession of the San Fernando Rey de España y San Francisco de Asis de la Casa Zayas Osorio-Calvache Foundation in 1979. both, the building that houses the museum and the olive mill date to the 14th century. from the 14th to the 19th century, the village of Niguelas was famous for its olives, as well as for the production of olive oil. exhibited in this museum are a water-powered olive mill, as well as all the objects that were used in the production and storage of olive oil, such as jugs, jars, oil lamps, weighing scales, etc. the stable where the animals that operated the olive press were housed can also be seen. Afterwards we continue to Malaga, where we visit the most representative spots of the city.known as the capital of Costa del Sol, Malaga is the major coastal city of Andalusia. it was founded by the Phoenicians more than 3000 years ago and later conquered by Carthaginians, Romans, Visigoths and Moors. Malaga has a colourful history which is well preserved in its monuments and remains around town. Today Malaga is a cosmopolitan city, which apart from the tourist industry, has Spain’s second largest port and third largest international airport. Upon arrival in Granada we will have a half day sightseeing tour. Granada is situated at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. it was once the capital of the Moorish kingdom, a reign which lasted almost 800 years. this has left Granada with the most important Moorish legacy in Spain: the Alhambra. the monument is one of the most brilliant jewels of universal architecture. Visit the impressive Alhambra with its beautiful Nazari palaces and the Generalife gardens. afterwards, the half day tour continues to the cathedral, with its magnificent circular Capilla Mayor. take a walk through the beautiful and lively Albayzin quarter, where the churches of San Cristóbal and San Bartolome along with their respective underground reservoirs can be admired. Post all the sightseeing check in and overnight at hotel in Granada.