● The route of the white villages of Andalusia
This tour will allow you to explore the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga. You will also pass through the White Villages. The birth of these cities is due to an ancient Spanish custom. It consisted in whitewashing the houses in order to limit the impact of the intense heat of the region.
Some villages are on the hills, others are rather located on steep slopes. In total, the route of the White Villages of Andalusia extends over 200 km.
● The Corniche of the Serra de Tramuntana between Majorca and the Balearic Islands
Through this route, you will pass by the famous Serra de Tramuntana. It is a magnificent site listed as a World Heritage Site since 2011. It is located at an altitude of 1436 meters.
Very winding, this road is rather intended for experienced roadtrippers. But the beauty of the landscapes will quickly make you forget these difficulties. Discover the magnificent belvederes and watchtowers of the Mediterranean. Arrived in the North, you will be welcomed by Delà and its old houses of character, built in stone. Many other surprises await you…
● The route of Don Quixote
Did you know ? A road trip course has been dedicated to the most famous Spanish novel by the mythical Cervantes. The circuit is in the Castile-La Mancha region. You will be led to follow the path of Don Quixote. You will then pass through 13 cities in the space of a week.
The first stage is in Alcalà de Henares: a magnificent town that is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Moreover, it is the birthplace of the writer. You will also pass through Madrid, the Toledo region, Consuerga, Campo de Criptana…
● The route of the castles and fortresses of Navarre
Set off, through this circuit of 4 routes, to discover the Kingdom of Navarre. Located in the north of Spain, it is home to many castles and fortresses which were used to defend the country. You will visit at least 19 strategic places of this ancient fortified kingdom, and that's not counting the magnificent surrounding landscapes.
● Teide Volcano Route
Passing through La Laguna and Santiago Del Teide, this circuit of a hundred kilometers takes you through the heart of Tenerife. This is the best way to contemplate the beauty of the volcanic landscapes of the Canary Islands. You will then see impressive sites such as the Teide volcano with its 3,718 meters of altitude, as well as majestic canyons.
● The Silver Route from Seville to Gijon
This road connects Gijon and Seville. It allows to travel the West of Spain, and this through the famous Silver Route (Via de la Plata). In total, you will have to cover nearly 800 km. The objective is to cross an old Roman road. Valleys and mountains will be your traveling companions.
The Route of the Caliphate in Andalusia
This route invites you to revisit the history of Andalusia, when it was part of the Ottoman Empire between the 8th and 15th centuries. The Islam of the Enlightenment left a remarkable imprint in the region, both culturally and architecturally, as well as scientifically.
Also, the Route of the Caliphate represents an opportunity to rediscover this magnificent heritage. You will pass, in particular, through the historic center of Cordoba. You will then see the Mosque-Cathedral which was built in the 8th century. And that's without forgetting the Medina Azahara.
You will then head east, where you will pass by imposing fortresses, such as Castro del Rio, Espejo or Baena. It will also be an opportunity to visit the Natural Park of the Sierras de Cazorla.