Known for its long, white beaches, natural parks and intense sailing history, the Costa de la Luz situated on the Atlantic lives up to its name with brilliant, sunny days most of the year. Our first visit will be Bolonia, to see the ruins of a small Roman fishing village on the ocean. Your guide will explain how “garum” was made, and its importance to the Roman diet. Next, continue north along the coast to Trafalgar cape and lighthouse. Hear the story of Admiral Nelson’s last famous battle. Finish the day inland at a typical Mozarabic village overlooking the coast: Vejer de la Frontera. Take some time for lunch on your own.
The sherry capital of the world (Jerez de la Frontera) was once also a frontier town in the medieval battles between Christians and Moors. Meet your guide for a walking tour of the fortified walls, medieval churches, palaces and Jewish […]
The South Olé tour of Ronda starts in the birthplace of bullfighting. The Ronda bullring has staged some of the most important events in bullfighting history. We’ll go inside to step into the matador’s shoes. Later stroll along the edge […]
Ascend into the Alpujarra mountains, half-way between Granada and the Mediterranean. This entire area was inhabited by the conquered Moors until the mid 1500’s, when they were expelled from Spain. We’ll climb the mountain roads up the highest range in […]
Local 49P Puerto de Estepona
29680 Estepona Málaga Spain
Sun - Fri 10.00 - 18.00 Saturday CLOSED