Marbella holds a strategic position in the south of Spain and is within easy reach of all major cultural or geographical attractions of Andalusia and neighbouring Africa! We offer our guests a unique opportunity to combine relaxing holidays with the discovery of authentic Spain. Exclusive custom excursions as well as tailor-made cultural and leisure programs are part of the Claude experience.
Seville, the capital of Andalusia and where many scenes from Game of Thrones were filmed, is a city bursting with history and brimming with colour. The influx of wealth in the 16th and 17th centuries transformed it into the richest city in the world. The tour will allow you to uncover a fascinating past of devout religion and private palaces.
While enjoying the superb food and wine its tapas culture has to offer, explore Málaga’s ancient past that dates back to Phoenician times and discover why the hometown of Antonio Banderas is the most up and coming city in Spain.
Described as one of the most picturesque train journeys is Europe, discover the fascinating story of the Andalusian railway built by the Victorian Englishman Mr. Henderson that changed the economic structure of Andalusia while enjoying some of the most stunning scenery in Southern Spain.
Visiting and seeing the collection of the Picasso Museum who was born in Malaga with a professional English speaking guide, before visiting Sherry tavern in the heart of the old town.
After a mesmerising visit to the Alhambra Palace, which was built in the mid-13th century and is a UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site, enjoy the rest of your day wandering around the city to learn about the Arabic passion which developed this city into a veritable centre of art and culture.
Córdoba was an important Roman city and one of the main Islamic centres of the Middle Ages. You will explore the former Jewish Quarter of the city and enjoy the local neighbourhoods with their typical streets decorated with potted plants and hanging baskets. The highlight of the trip will be visiting the Mezquita, which dates back to 784 AD and is a UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site, with its prayer hall made of columns and ancient Byzantine mosaics.
With its historic centre surrounded by the Alcázar de Jerez, an 11th-century Arab fortress, the city is famous for its Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art and the making of Sherry. You will enjoy visiting the Royal Equestrian School followed by a visit to a Sherry winery that reveals the mystery behind the centuries-old Sherry industry.
Ronda is a mountaintop city in Spain’s Malaga province that is set dramatically above a deep gorge and has inspired many writers including Ernest Hemingway and the German poet Rainer Maria Rilke. Enjoy its glorious views and discover the secret corners of its historic quarter while appreciating its superb red wines when visiting one of Ronda’s boutique wineries.