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Itinerary advice Sept. trip

A group of friends are flying into Barcelona and out of Madrid.

Arrive early Sept 6th- 9th
On the 9th, fly to Malaga and stay in Nejra thru the 16th
17th-20th in Sevilla
20th to Madrid for flight home out of Madrid on the 21st.

We are beach people but thought Nejra would be a good home base for side trips- Malaga, Marbella, The Alhambra, will go to Frigiliana is Rhonda necessary then also? Maybe Gibralter or Morocco, are they too far for a day trip?

If we do go to Rhonda should we stay the night on the way to Sevilla? What would be the best mode of transporation to get to either? Any advise is much appreciated. Thanks

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