The heart and soul of Andalusia, Seville is bursting with history and personality. You'll explore its historic landmarks and walk through hidden courtyards and squares on this tour from the Costa de la Luz.
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As the home of sherry, the capital of horsemanship and the birthplace of flamenco, Jerez offers a fascinating day trip on the Costa de la Luz. You'll watch the Andalusian horses dance, feel the passion of flamenco and taste the world-famous sherry the city is known for.
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A quirky potpourri of the familiar and the unusual, Gibraltar is a must-visit. This tour is a roll call of its star attractions – the Barbary apes, the Rock and Main Street. And to top it off, you'll sail around the Bay of Gibraltar for the chance to spot dolphins. Rosa, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘Gibraltar's monkeys are the most accommodating wildlife around. Unlike dolphins, you don't have to search for them – they come looking for you, especially if you're holding food.'The fun kicks off with a boat trip in the bay to look out for dolphins. Three species – bottlenose, common and striped – are known to frolic in these waters. Then, back on dry land, head for a guided minibus tour of the Rock of Gibraltar, which juts 426 metres above the Mediterranean. You'll stop at Europa Point, where there are many famous monuments, a mosque and a historic Christian shrine. Plus, you'll also visit the Rock's recently renovated St Michael's Cave, which now hosts an auditorium.At the Upper Rock nature reserve, you'll meet the free-roaming Barbary apes – Europe's only wild monkeys. Rosa adds, ‘There are about 300 monkeys on the Rock. A local legend says that if the monkeys disappear, Gibraltar will stop being British.' Back at ground level, Gibraltar's town centre makes a point of being more British than Britain itself. Head to Main Street, where many of the British high street chains have outlets, for a mooch around its duty-free shops.
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Experience a slice of a uniquely British-style world – on the shores of the Mediterranean. On this excursion to Gibraltar, you'll tour the Rock, and learn all about its fascinating history, and then enjoy free time for shopping.
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The east is one of the jewels in the Algarve's crown. And this full day excursion will introduce you to some of its prettiest villages and biggest city. You'll visit Faro, Olhao, Cacela Velha and Tavira and as well as travel through beautiful countryside in the Ria Formosa National Park.
Perched on the banks of the River Guadiana that separates Portugal and Spain, Ayamonte blends the best of both countries cultures. Discover Andalusian charm and delicious cuisine on this tour of an Iberian gem.Located just a stone's throw from the border, arriving in the Spanish town you'll get an impressive view of Portugal's Castro Marim castle – a remnant of the centuries of war between the two. Delve deeper into the history here with a guided tour of the medieval quarter and admire the traditional blue and white tiles at every turn.After free time to sip coffee in the square, shop the boutiques or rummage for trinkets and treasures in the marketplace, you'll be ready for lunch. Stop by Vive Ayamonte gastro-shop and a feast of tasty tapas, traditional paella and wine awaits. What's more, it's all served up with a side order of fantastic flamenco entertainment in their beautiful courtyard, reserved exclusively for your tour group.
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Few capitals are as diverse as Lisbon. From the tightly packed alleys of the old town to the elegant boulevards of Baixa Pombalina, it's a city bursting with charm and life – and classic yellow trams.
Home to some of Spain's most important monuments, Seville is a must-visit. The spotlight shines on, among others, the bullring, the cathedral and its iconic Giralda belfry, the pretty Santa Cruz district and the famous Plaza España.
As the heart and soul of Andalusia, Seville makes for a mesmerising daytrip. You'll explore the city's cobbled streets, secret patios and colossal cathedral on a bus tour. There'll also be free time to indulge in some shopping.
Huelva is one of Spain's last unspoiled corners. It boasts landscapes of protected wetlands pockmarked by history-steeped towns. On this exclusive excursion, you'll visit Niebla, El Rocío and replicas of Columbus's caravels.
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This small group tour by minibus tour takes you to Huelva – one of Spain's last unspoiled corners. It boasts landscapes of protected wetlands pockmarked by history-steeped towns. You'll visit Niebla, El Rocío and replicas of Columbus's caravels.Niebla invites you to explore the history behind its ancient walls – see the 16th century hospital, the churches of St Martin and Our Lady of Granada, and visit the castle. Afterwards, you'll drop into the Bollulos winery for a tasting and some tapas.The excursion takes a more spiritual turn next with a visit to El Rocío – one of Spain's most important pilgrimage sites – where you can drop into a shop specialising in frilly flamenco dresses and enjoy some free time. Rounding off your trip is a visit Palos de la Frontera to see replicas of the three caravels Columbus used on his historic trip.
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Although it sits perched on the border between Portugal and Spain, Ayamonte's Andalusian charm remains undiluted. Take a relaxing boat trip along Guadiana River and come ashore to explore this Spanish gem. There'll be free time to sip coffee in the square, shop the boutiques or rummage around the marketplace. A traditional flamenco show completes the experience.Hop aboard this Guadiana River family cruise and soak up the views and sunshine, while kids enjoy on-board activities. We'll dock at Ayamonte, a typical Andalusian town with squares fringed with shops and restaurants. Enjoy free time to check out local landmarks, find a nice spot to eat, or hit the marketplace to shop for souvenirs.Then, in a typical Andalusian courtyard, we round off with a traditional flamenco show. Marvel at the footwork of the dancers as Spanish guitars, clacking heels on stage, and shouts of olé get you clapping along like a local.