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Andalucia itinerary help, please

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I'm in the early stages of planning a 10-day trip to Spain in mid-March with my 77-year-old parents and our teenage boys. We have been to Madrid, Sevilla and Granada before but we'd like to explore some of the other parts of Andalucia, especially the far south. Goal is to keep boys interested but not exhaust my parents too much. What do you think about this:

Arrive Madrid in the morning, rent a van and drive to Cordoba
3 nights in Cordoba
drive to Jerez, stopping for lunch in Sevilla
5 nights in Jerez (exploring El Puerto, Cadiz, Arcos etc.)
drive from Jerez to Ronda (stopping in Vejer and Tarifa)
2 nights in Ronda
Drive back to Madrid

Is that do-able? Fun? Thank you for your thoughts.

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