Famous Cities and Idyllic Provinces.

Duration: 7 days

Tour highlights:

  • A large amount of driving time on demanding driving routes through natural parks and mountain massifs
  • An interesting sightseeing programme that combines history and modernity
  • Regional specialities and attractions

Follow in the footsteps of the ancient Romans and Moors: Conquer Southern Spain. Or Andalusia, to be precise. One of the most historic regions in Europe. With its rich cultural and culinary heritage, Andalusia is a paradise for the discerning visitor. Intense driving experiences, world-famous cities such as Málaga, Sevilla and Arcos de la Frontera, and day trips through the idyllic countryside and nature parks will make your journey truly unforgettable.


Your itinerary

Day 1

Bienvenido a Málaga! The Costa del Sol offers you a warm welcome, along with the top-class team at the Gran Hotels Miramar, which reopened in 2016. The 5-star hotel is in the perfect location – just a few minutes’ walk from the city centre and right at the beach of La Caleta. With breathtaking views of the bay, the hotel restaurant is the perfect setting for an exquisite dinner. And for stimulating conversations with other Porsche experts and fans.

Did you know...? Málaga is not only located on a picturesque bay. It is also the birthplace of Pablo Picasso.

Day 2
Málaga – Casares

Málaga reveals many of its secrets during a guided tour. Of course, you should not miss a visit to the Museo Picasso, close to his birthplace. After marvelling at the most beautiful works of art of the city’s most famous son, it is time for you to show off your driving skills. Along the Mediterranean coast, unique views and exciting bends vie for your attention. On the beach at Marbella, the Trocadero Arena restaurant gives you the chance to recharge your batteries with lunch in a relaxed atmosphere before setting off towards Casares. The idyllic white mountain village sits majestically on a rocky hill, surrounded by typical Andalusian forests and meadows with grazing herds of goats and cattle. The Finca Cortesin Hotel Golf & Spa is the perfect place to savour these panoramas. The luxury resort located beside one of the top 5 golf courses in Spain looks more like a Mediterranean palace than a hotel – with 4-metre-high ceilings and spacious, bright rooms and suites.

Did you know...? The avant-garde but majestic design of Finca Cortesin spans traditional Andalusian architecture, European grand hotel flair and modern living. Exclusive and luxurious, it stands out from its surroundings, where Mediterranean and contemporary lifestyles blend seamlessly.

Day 3
Casares –
Grazalema – Casares

If you simply cannot bear to leave the Finca Cortesin Hotel Golf & Spa, kick back and relax at one of the 4 pools, the 18-hole golf course or the 2,200 m² spa area. If you would rather marvel at rocks that are quite a bit larger than the volcanic massage stones at the spa, the Sierra de Grazalema, a limestone mountain range that was declared a natural park in 1984, is just the thing for you. Choosing between a wellness day and a trip in your Porsche is not easy. Especially since the day’s round trip will take you through Ronda, one of the largest ‘pueblos blancos’, or ‘white villages,’ with a Moorish old town, where you can enjoy a traditional lunch.

Did you know...? The inhabitants of Ronda are known as Rondeños – and they love bullfighting. The Plaza de Toros is one of the oldest and most awe-inspiring bullfighting arenas in all of Spain. Thus, it is hardly surprising that the bullfighting rules, still applying today, were established here many moons ago.

Day 4
Casares –
Arcos de la Frontera – Seville

Los Alcornocales Natural Park has been populated since the Stone Age. Today, you will find the largest cork oak forests on the Iberian Peninsula here. These evergreen, broad-leaved trees get their name from the thick layers of cork on the trunk, which are indeed extracted to make cork products. Driving through this natural paradise and through Arcos de la Frontera, you will be constantly compelled to stop and savour the views a little more. However, after lingering for a while, you should put the foot to the pedal to make sure you will arrive in Sevilla in time for a tour of the city. The historic sights of the extensive old town provide food for discussion during dinner, which you can take, depending on your tastes, at a traditional tapas bar or at the royal Hotel Alfonso XIII. With its expansive arches, wrought-iron elements, towers, magnificent ceramic details and decorative Mudéjar-style stonework, the hotel itself has become one of the city’s landmarks.

Did you know...? Strolling through the enchanting narrow streets of Sevilla is a magical experience. The views from the roofs and roof terraces in the city are truly remarkable, as well as those from the bell towers of its more than 100 churches.

Day 5
Sevilla –
 Zahara de la Sierra – Loja

Get in, enjoy the sound of your Porsche and hit the road. From Seville, the journey will continue along a panoramic route through Grazalema Natural Park to Zahara de la Sierra – another picturesque ‘pueblo blanco’. At the turquoise-coloured lake below the village, Stefan Crites, the American chef of Al Lago, serves up some local seasonal dishes for lunch. On the winding road from Zahara de la Sierra towards the province of Granada, there are new, exciting bends with every turn of the wheel. A cosy BBQ at the Hotel Bobadilla will ring in your tranquil laid-back evening. A peaceful end to an eventful day that will long remain in your memory.

Did you know...? Andalusia is the one of the most famous olive-growing regions in Spain. The restaurant at the La Bobadilla hotel in Loja prepares some very special aperitifs before dinner: if you wish, you may indulge in an exclusive olive oil tasting.

Day 6
Loja –

Conquer the roads of Andalusia once again. Enjoy the immaculate landscape. And make an unforgettable pit stop. Before the final stage to the Gran Hotel Miramar in Málaga, an exquisite lunch awaits at the idyllically situated Ranch Soto de la Reina. A catamaran trip in the bay of Málaga – with sundowner in hand and sunset in view – followed by a traditional dinner top off a week filled with lasting impressions and memorable experiences.

Did you know...? In Andalusia, preservation of the traditional goat herding culture is very important. Goat’s cheese is popular throughout the community and makes for a delicious memento of this trip.

Day 7

After a hearty breakfast at Gran Hotel Miramar, it is time to say goodbye – to southern Spain and to your fellow Porsche enthusiasts, with whom you now have a connection that goes beyond your mutual love of legendary sports cars from Zuffenhausen. Adiós, Andalucía!

Did you know...?There are daily markets in Málaga where you can buy traditional Andalusian tiles and handmade castanets. If you are looking for something extra special, ask for a zambomba: a clay pot covered in animal skin with a stick inserted in the centre, through which sounds can be produced. A resounding piece of Andalusian history.

Single room upon request (see additional information)

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Contact Information

For more information, please call
+49 (0) 711 508 705 39
or email porschetravelexperience@sporttotal.com

Additional Information

Minimum number of participants:
16 persons

Package includes:

  • 5 days driving experience in a provided Porsche (2 persons per vehicle)
  • Airport transfers from/to Málaga Airport
  • Málaga city tour with visit to Picasso Museum Málaga
  • Seville city tour
  • Olive oil tasting
  • Catamaran trip from/to the port of Málaga
  • 6 nights' accommodation including breakfast:
    • 2 nights at Gran Hotel Miramar
    • 2 nights at Finca Cortesin Hotel Golf & Spa
    • 1 night at Hotel Alfonso XIII
    • 1 night at Hotel La Bobadilla
  • 5 lunches, 6 dinners
  • Luggage shuttle
  • Porsche Experience package

For single room registrations (9.390,00 € p.p.) please contact the Porsche Travel Experience team.