I am planning a trip to Spain (maybe via Portugal?) arriving March 4th and departing to Morocco on March 11th.
I don't want to spend a great deal of time traveling and instead prefer checking out local restaurants, shopping and sight seeing.
I am considering flying into Seville and taking day trips to Jerez - for the sherry and Ronda - for their wine museum and spectacular gorge location.
I heard that Ronda is difficult to get to and don't know whether I should cross it off my list in favor of another night in Portugal? Or take some type of tour to Ronda to cut the learning curve to get there more easily.
Do you think it is too much to add in Portugal to this equation? I could actually fly into Portugal (from the US) and spend 2 nights there then head to seville for 3 nights and take day trips to Jerez and Ronda?
I do not know much about Portugal but my fiends say it is wonderful so might add it into the agenda if it makes sense.
This part of the world is new to me and I would love your suggestions about where to land and what cities to see. We love wormer climes so not interested in Barcelona or northern Spain, We definitely want to stay south since our trip is in early March- hence Morocco as our final destination!