This 10 days Spain and Portugal Itinerary will take you through some of the most dramatically stunning paths of these two touristic countries. Both of these touristic destinations are fun to visit with and people with different interests can spend the best days of their lives. You can easily navigate through! You must jump on with the opportunity when you find the right kind of people to enjoy a trip exploring these two European countries!
Trip at a Glance
Day 1-2: Portugal - The Algarve
Day 3-4: Portugal - Lisbon
Day 5-6-7: Spain - Seville
Day 8-9: Spain - Granada, and Ronda
Day 10: Marbella
The Algarve - The charm of this place is the quaint beaches with chilly waters! You can enjoy diving, taking turns jumping down from the cliffs, Sun tanning, and snorkeling.
Travel from The Algarve to Lisbon, Portugal. When you are in Lisbon, the best thing is to get indulged in the harbor views, resting into a Michelin-star restaurant.
From Lisbon, Portugal, you’ll be moving towards Seville, Spain. The lavish Spanish-style architecture will definitely win your heart.
Marbella is a city located in the Southern part of Spain. The Sierra Blanca Mountains here are located in the backdrop of many hotels, villas, golf courses and much more.
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The first day of your Spain and Portugal Itinerary and you’ll be greeted in the Vale d’Oliveiras Quinta Resort & Spa. This stunning heaven with pleasant green property wrapped around the luxurious amenities will give a perfect start of your trip. You start off with a wonderful breakfast coupled with mimosas (drink).
The charm of this place is the quaint beaches with chilly waters! You can enjoy diving, taking turns jumping down from the cliffs, Sun tanning, and snorkeling. Many of these beaches will need you to hike along. But, hiking along these beautiful beaches is worth it. Don’t forget visiting Praia do Carvalho, which is the best things in The Algarve.
Day 3-4: Portugal - Lisbon
It is going to take around a two-and-a-half hour to travel from The Algarve to Lisbon, Portugal. But, if you want to see more of the beauty along the path, you can take some beach breaks to experience the magic.
When you are in Lisbon, the best thing is to get indulged in the harbor views, resting into a Michelin-star restaurant. Right from your accommodation, Lisbon will come up with the best and the most beautiful things to experience.
Start your today’s tour visiting the Pastéis de Belém, which is one of the original bakeries that serve the most popular custard pastry. Lisbon is a worth visiting place when you are on a Europe trip. While Lisbon is a great place for solo travelers if you are traveling with a group its never going to disappoint you.
Lisbon is the second largest cities in Portugal after Athens and the capital of the country. You can also discover the rich history of the place which reveals that firstly the country used to be ruled by Germans, Romans, and Arabs before it got conquered by Portuguese crusaders. Nevertheless, this place has been the cultural, economic, and political center of the country it never been officially declared as the capital of Portugal. Discover all of the Lisbon in your two days stay here, it’s going to be a great experience.
Day 5-6-7: Spain - Seville
From Lisbon, Portugal, you’ll be moving towards Seville, Spain on the fifth day of your 10 Days Spain and Portugal Itinerary. I bet you are going to mention Seville on your list of the best cities to travel in the world once you have visited this place.
The lavish Spanish-style architecture will definitely win your heart. You start off by spending a night in the neighborhood of the Heliopolis enjoying a little pool time at Silken al Andalus. Then you will be moving towards the barrios of the old town.
Moving through the narrow cobblestone streets, you are going to see two of the most visited tourist attractions of Spain including the Alcazar Palace and the giant gothic cathedral. You can move towards the rooftop to visit through the top of the cathedral
On your Spain and Portugal Itinerary tour, you are going to spend three days in Seville. This Southern part of Spain is particularly popular for Moorish buildings, historic churches and palaces, flamenco dancing, and much more.
You’ll get to discover here that Seville is particularly popular for monuments, culture, artistic heritage, and traditions. It’s also popularly known for being the birthplace for Flamenco. Apart from that, it's also a famous neuralgic center of the South of Spain.
Day 8-9: Spain -Granada, and Ronda
Next destination on your Spain and Portugal Itinerary is going to be Granada and Ronda. Driving down from Seville you will get to experience the charm and natural delight. On your way, its a great idea stopping by the staggering cliff-top town of Ronda. It is going to be particularly a great experience making halts along the way marveling at the deep gorge.
Granada in Southern Spain is located around the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It’s popularly known among the travelers and locals for its excellent medieval architecture that dates back to the Moorish occupation particularly the Alhambra.
The quotient of museums and churches makes this place a typical Southern European city. Alhambra, located in this part of Spain is a massive castle is among the 10 wonders of the world that took years to get constructed.
There are sumptuous palaces, gardens, and fortifications. History reveals that this place used to be the home of Arab Sultans who ruled the state for many centuries. The people belonging to Granada follow Moorish tradition. In addition to the Alhambra, you are also going to venture out for a tapas hunt. It’s great that you get free snacks when you have ordered a drink in a bar. Enjoy every bit of this trip and then go back to your accommodation.
Day 10: Marbella
Marbella is a city located in the Southern part of Spain. The Sierra Blanca Mountains here are located in the backdrop of many hotels, villas, golf courses and much more. the Golden Mile, in the West of Marbella town has plenty of coastal estates and prestigious nightclubs.
Marbella is really a thoughtful destination for planning a Europe holiday. A big part of the Spanish population lives in this part of Spain. This stunning old town with lots of fantastic cultures, delicious cuisines, pleasant weather all through the year is the perfect place where you can spend your leisure days and then feel fantastically happy about it. Whether you are on a solo trip or have come on a group there are a lot of things that will keep you busy.
Visiting the beach of Marbella is a must no matter which time of the year you are visiting this place. The Costa del Sol is located just at a driving distance of 10 minutes in the Cabopino area. And, there are beach bars along all of these beaches that would give you some time to relax looking at the sky. And, it’s all clean and safe around these beaches.
Best things to do in Marbella: A Day at the Beach, Paseo Marítimo, Marbella’s Old Town, La Alameda Park, Avenida del Mar, Parque de la Constitución, Shopping, Eating Out, Family fun