Leave the Costa del Sol behind for a day and travel to its lesser known sister – Costa Tropical and Nerja. Along the drive, you’ll notice plenty of tropical fruits growing in terraced farms that give the coast its name. We’ll start at the Nerja Cave. See how the original inhabitants of the Iberian peninsula scraped by and left paintings of their everyday life on the walls and ceilings of the cave. Walk with your guide through the tiny flowered streets of Nerja down to the Balcon de Europa, a large balcony built on cliffs out over the sea with stunning views. Finally, take some free time to sample some fresh seafood with your feet in the sand.
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 […]
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, […]
This South Olé day trip to the city of Córdoba creates an understanding of how Jews, Christians and Muslims lived together in peace and harmony during the middle Ages. Córdoba was the most scientifically advanced European city of during this […]
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