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Day excursion details

Here are some details on the day excursions we do to places such as Nerja caves complex, Frigiliana Granada, Ronda, Cordoba or Seville.  Ideal if you fancy exploring the fascinating Moorish history of Al Andalus in the cultural cities such as Granada or Cordoba, wandering the cobbled streets of hilltop Pueblos Blancos like Frigiliana, or in the case of Nerja caves simply wish to disappear underground to marvel at the sights in the cool.

All day trips include coach or taxi transport, guide services, admission fees etc as detailed in their individual descriptions.

Don't forget that we can also organise trips elsewhere for you in Andalucia, or even day (or longer) trips over to Africa if required - Commencing late summer we should also be offering Excursions to Morocco, North Africa!
Just ask for details either when booking, or at the welcome evening and we get it Totally Sorted for you.

Day excursions appear in the following activity packs:

Extra & Optional Activities - All available for free days & evenings - or build your own itinerary


A full days trip to the ancient capital city of Al-Andalus -Cordoba.Cordoba Mosque  Free time to wander the streets or visit the royal palace (the Alcazar) and partake of a coffee or tapas.  Then a fully escorted walking tour of the Jewish quarter, synagogue and a visit to the world famous Mosque - The Mezquita - with its jaw dropping forest of Arabic columns (entrance fee included).  Then some more free time for a final tapas before returning home.

Granada & Alhambra Palace

Simply a "must do" day trip while in the area to visit this enchanting Word Heritage site!

Catch the local bus from Alhambra palace with Sierra Nevada in backgroundAlmuñécar to Granada (approx. 1hr) and visit the old centre with cathedral (with the royal chapel where Isabel & Ferdinand are buried), the Arab silk market where you will offered traditional mint tea as you browse.  Wander the ancient streets through the Albaicin, which is the old Moorish kasbah or medina on the hill facing the Alhambra, with its white washed houses and cobbled streets.  Don't forget your camera if you visit the mirador de San Nicolas where you get a fantastic aerial view of the Alhambra, perhaps with the snows on Sierra Nevada in the background.

And then, of course, the Alhambra Palace itself, which is a collection of palaces and gardens built in the 14c under the Nazari dynasty assembled into a mighty castle. Entrance tickets must be booked in advance beforehand and you will need to present the card used to purchae at the ticket collection point..  The local guides are well worth the little bit extra to make the most of both the Alhambra and the summer palace (the Generalife) with its world famous gardens.  The guides are all professionally qualified, and truly bring the palace to life with detailed explanations and tales of the Moorish times. 


Coach to one of Andalucía'sRonda valley most beautiful and famous towns, then a guided tour of the palaces, cathedrals and the amazing 180m deep Tajo gorge which splits the town into two (tickets for the cathedral and palaces included) and is spanned by the 18th century Puente Nuevo P.  Free time to visit the monuments and parks, walk along the mirador with its breathtaking view over the plains below, visit the oldest bull ring in Spain with its museum and displays, or simply to relax with a meal or tapas and soak up the atmosphere.


A full days trip to Sevilla that involves a short bus ride to view the Guadalquiver River.  Then a guided tour of the Santa Cruz Jewish quarter and the cathedral with it's famous clock tower (entrance to cathedral included).  Then you have free time to perhaps visit the royal palace, or ,maybe just to relax and watch the world go by from a delightful cafe.  The trip finishes with a further bus tour which takes in the Plaza de España. 

Nerja Caves and Frigiliana

See dedicated Nerja Caves page for details


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