• Córdoba


    This exclusive tour begins with a scenic 2 hours journey in your Deluxe Minibus to discover the Andalusian charm of Cordoba on this day trip from the Costa del Sol. The intriguing ancient city of Cordoba was the capital of Moorish Spain for over three centuries, and is thought to have been the largest city in Europe during the time of Islamic rule and once was the light of the world when it enjoyed the position of being a caliphate city.

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  • Gibraltar


    An unforgettable journey in which we combine history, multiculturalism, duty free shopping, impressive caves and the funny and famous monkeys of Gibraltar. Our Deluxe Minibus will pick you up at your hotel and takes you for a panoramic journey along the Mediterranean cost, to the border of Gibraltar. You walk inside Gibraltar through the passport control and meet your private coach driver/guide to start a panoramic visit which includes “Punta de Europa”, the most southern spot in Europe from where we will be even able to contemplate Africa. Admire the photograph views of the Spanish and Moroccan coastlines from the top of the Rock.

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  • Granada


    A walk around the Alhambra, declared a World Heritage by UNESCO, is a required activity for every visitor of the city of Granada. Our Official Guide, expert interpreter of Granada’s heritage, will guide you through every part that forms the “red fortress”, and he will also answer any queries that you may have about this spectacular Monument. You will visit: The Alcazaba, the Mexuar Palace, the Serrallo, Courtyard of the Myrtles, the room of the boat, the Hall of the Ambassadors, Peinador de la Reina, the Courtyard of the Lions, the Hall of the Abencerrajes tragic legends, the real bathrooms, Lindaraja, the gardens of the Partal and the Palace of Charles V.

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  • Jerez


    Each of the different cultures that have settled in Jerez over the past few years have greatly influenced its physical appearance as numerous archaeological remains can testify over the surrounding countryside and within the city itself. Archaeological remains from when the city was known as Xera to the Phoenicians, Ceret to the Romans and most importantly, Sherish to the Moors, merge with the beauty of the later Christian buildings to offer a wide range of architectural styles and distinctive constructions that combine to give Jerez a truly exclusive urban appearance of great beauty.

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  • Málaga


    More than 3,000 years of history have passed since Málaga’s establishment by the Phoenicians up to achieving the beautiful, friendly and cosmopolitan city that enchants tourists from all over the world today. The Roman Theatre and garum (Roman fish paste) pools will take you to the times of Roman Hispania. Meanwhile, the Alcazaba is the most beautiful living example of the period of Muslim domination. Experience the reconquest (La Reconquista) by the Catholic Monarchs from the Santuario de la Victoria (the Shrine of Victory). Or stroll along Calle San Agustín, formerly known as the Calle de los Caballeros, the street of the knights since they settled on this street, with the Palacio de Buenavista as its most significant feature.

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  • Marbella


    Marbella was first a mining town, then it turned to agriculture and finally opted for tourism as its most important economic element. It is a very old town and was frequented by well-to-do families and nobles. However, few people are aware that it started off as a Paleolithic settlement, which then became a Roman city whose presence can be still seen today in the Termas de Las Bóvedas or the Villa de Río Verde (with its exceptional mosaics) or that it is home of the most important Visigoths monuments in the whole country in the form of the Vega del Mar Basilca. Neither is it widely known that the Arabs chose to name it, “bien habitada” (the place of good living) and that they edified a fortress that has survived the pass of time. Or that it was once a chosen spot for the royal family who were captivated by the many vantage points and aristocratic buildings like the Bazan hospital and the convents that mediated for the release of the prisoners held by the Bebers (including a man by the name of Cervantes)

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  • Mijas


    Situated in the heart of the Costa del Sol, Mijas combines to the perfection its condition of mountain village with the important touristic development in its coastal zone. Its privileged geographic situation, between the sea and mountain, is the reason for its multiple charms, being situated among the most attractive destinies in the province. Its extensive territory is divided in three urban districts, each offering a distinctive look to the municipality. This way, we can find in Mijas deeply-rooted traditions along with innovation and modernity.

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  • Ronda


    Our Deluxe Minibus will pick you up at your hotel and take you for one hour drive through the impressive mountain road heading to Ronda.The picturesque town of Ronda spans the plunging river gorge known as El Tajo, crossed by the impressive 18th-century Puente Nuevo (New Bridge, built in the late 1700s). Our local guide expert in Ronda Culture and History will welcome you. During this private day trip, you will visit the town square, known as Plaza de España, and the Church of the Holy Spirit, built in 1485. Your guide will also show you around the grounds of the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor.

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  • Sevilla


    Just observing the heritage in the streets and in the towns is enough to form an idea of the importance down the ages of the capital and province of Seville. Since the times when the city of Italica was one of the main centres of production in the Roman province of Hispania Baetica to the Seville of the Golden Age, when it became the “Great Babylon of Spain” after the discovery of America, by way of the Muslim Isbilia, a small, independent taifa kingdom, this region has always enjoyed great prestige, thanks to a unique climate, a privileged environment and the singular personality of its people.

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  • Tánger


    Located on the Strait of Gibraltar where Africa meets Europe, Tangier has long held strategic importance. Ruled through the centuries by waves of conquerors including Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Arabs and Portuguese, the city is more than two and a half millennia old, making it one of North Africa’s most ancient. The medina, kasbah, bazaars and souks are among the country’s most vibrant, and the beaches are excellent. In the last century, Tangier became a hot spot for the international jet set.

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