I posted previously about our month-long Spain-Morocco trip in April. Thanks again for the excellent advice given. After carving out Barcelona, Madrid & Morocco, we have about 12 days days left for Andalucia, beginning in Tarifa & ending in Seville for flight back to Barcelona and home.
During this time, we want to see Granada, Cordoba & Seville and spend the rest of the time hiking. I have studied LP Spain, Rick Steves Spain, "Walking in Andalucia" by Hunter-Watts, and Discovery Walking Guide's "Sierra de Aracena."
The nagging questions are:
1. We would apportion about 6 days among the 3 cities. How many for each? We don't do museums, but we will include Alhambra and significant cathedrals. Mostly in cities we just wander around. Seville will be last because that's where we're leaving the area from.
2. Both walking books appear to require a car, but I assume buses are available to some extent. How to best use them?
3. Related to No. 2, can someone who is familiar with the area and its hiking advise us how to most efficiently use our hiking days? Where to stay, how to get there, etc? It would really be nice to be able to walk from one accommodation to the next.