Caminito del Rey

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UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE

Offered: 1 March and 4 March 2022

Duration: 6 hours (round trip incl 2.5. hours of transfer)

Price:

50 Euro per person (minimum 20 pax)

70 Euro per person (minimum 10 pax)

Price is based on a group of 10/20 persons, for smaller groups the price will be amended accordingly.

 

 

Price includes:

  • group size – 20 PAX
  • 3 hours actual guided  walking/hiking
  • 2.5 hours round trip transfer with photo stops 
  • Around 7 km walking
  • Entrance tickets to Caminito del Rey

Website: https://www.caminitodelrey.info/

Malaga Day Trip

Duration: 8 hours

Price: From 60 Euro per person (minimum 20 pax)

Price is based on a group of 20 persons, for smaller groups the price will be amended accordingly.

Price includes:

  • English speaking guide
  • Minibus
  • Entrance tickets to Cathedral, Añcazaba and Teatro Romano

During the tour You'll discover the city's Roman legacy as you visit the ancient theatre. Jump forwards in time to the Al-Andalus period, learning about city's Arabic history on a guided tour of the beautiful Alcazaba. This 'mini Alhambra' has been the site of countless conspiracies and plots. Inside, you'll hear more about its incredible history and the legends that surround it.

Your tour will continue to Plaza de la Merced, where you'll find the monument to General Torrijos, who was executed in Malaga alongside his liberal companions in 1831. In the very same plaza, you'll learn all about the life and work of the world's most famous painter from Malaga, as you reach the Birthplace Museum of Pablo Ruiz Picasso. One unmissable stop if you're in Malaga is the Calle Larios shopping street, leading to Plaza de la Constitución. Hear about the mysterious histories of the buildings that line the square, including the creepy former prison. You'll then head onwards to the Malaga Cathedral where you'll find out how it got the name 'La Manquita', or the "One-Armed-Lady".

Excursion in Catamaran with Dolphin Watching

Duration: 2 hours

Price: From 50 Euro per person (minimum 2 pax; maximum 12 pax)

Price is based on a group of 12 persons, for smaller groups the price will be amended accordingly.

Starting Point: Puerto Deportivo Marbella

Price includes:

  • Drinks and snacks
  • Catamaran tour from Puerto Deportivo to Puerto Banús or Cabo Pino along the Marbella coast; Dolphin watching
  • Unique experience in unforgettable trip that includes all the services of a private Charter
Fishing Excursion

Bottom or Deep Fishing; 2 different Boat available:

Nuva M6:

  • Location: Puerto Banús Marbella
  • Max. capacity: 7 persons
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Price per boat: 550 Euro

Doqueve Majestic 46

  • Location: Puerto Banús Marbella
  • Max. capacity: 11 persons
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Price per boat: 1450 Euro - Drinks and Snacks included

 

 

 

Bottom Fishing

Bottom fishing is the best known and practiced sport fishing modality, so we invite you to fish in Marbella and La Costa del Sol. The technique consists of throw and collection of artificial lures by return drag, at different speeds and depths. It is about tricking the fish into thinking that it is fresh food. Some of the most common species in Marbella waters are: sea bass, snapper, sheepshead fish, halibut, forkbeard fish, snapper, sea bream, conger, etc.

 

Deep Fishing

Deep Fishing or trolling is the fishing method based on the drag of the rig and we invite you to practice it with us. Usually we use artificial, colorful, and articulated baits, in order to make them very attractive for fish, and we could continue telling you more details but the ideal is that instead of reading it here, come on and practice with us on the Costa del Sol and enjoy a lot. Some of the most common species in Marbella waters are: sword fish, tuna, thresher, sharks, mackerels.

Granada Day Trip

Always on Thursdays and Fridays

Duration: 10 hours

Starting Point: Avenida Ramón y Cajal / Marbella

Start at 5:55 am

Price: 90 Euro per person

Price includes:

  • Transportation by bus
  • English speaking guide
  • Entry to the Alhambra and Generalife Gardens

Description:

At the scheduled time, we'll meet on Avenida Ramón y Cajal in Marbella and hit the road in the direction of Granada.

After making several pickups on the Costa del Sol, we'll arrive at the ancient capital of the Nasrid Kingdom and go directly to visit the famous Alhambra. The tour of this magnificent historical complex, declared a World Heritage Site, begins with a visit to the Palace of Charles V, which dates back to the Renaissance period.

After getting to know this monument built by order of the emperor, we'll enter the Nasrid Palaces of the Alhambra, where we'll see remarkable places like the Hall of the Abencerrajes, the Comares Tower and, of course, the famous courtyard with the fountain of the lions.

This tour of the Alhambra also includes access to the gardens of the Generalife, where you'll no doubt become intoxicated by the scent of flowers and the soft sound of its ornamental fountains.

When we finish exploring the Alhambra, we'll head to the historic center of Granada, where we'll visit some of the city's must-see spots. Following this walking tour, you'll have two hours of free time to grab a bite to eat and continue exploring the beautiful streets of the city.

In the afternoon we'll return to Marbella, arriving ten hours after pickup.

Sevilla Day Trip

Always on Wednesdays

Duration: 11 hours

Starting Point: Avenida Ramón y Cajal / Marbella

Start at 5:55 am

Price: 85 Euro per person

Price includes:

  • Transportation by bus
  • English speaking guide
  • Entry to the Sevilla Cathedral
  • Panoramic tour and guided walking tour of the city

Description:

In the morning we'll leave from Avenida Ramón y Cajal in Marbella, and head to Sevilla, where the first thing we'll do is take a guided tour of its historic centre. We'll explore Paseo de Colón, la Plaza de América, la Avenida de las Palmeras, the María Luisa park and the Guadalquivir river which divides the city in two:
Sevilla and the Triana neighbourhood. Then we'll get off the bus in the famous Plaza de España, where you can take photos in the different benches, beautifully ornamented with decorative tiles, which have made the square famous.

Next we'll make our way to the Walled Gardens, (Jardines de Murillo) and the Santa Cruz neighbourhood, one of the most beautiful areas of Seville. This is the old Jewish neighbourhood, which was once home to the second most important Jewish community in Spain during the reign of Fernando III.

Our route then continues, to the Seville Cathedral, the third largest in the world after St Peter's in Rome and St. Paul's in London. This majestic cathedral was constructed in the 15th century, on the foundations of a mosque from the late 12th century.

After the guided tour of the cathedral, you'll have free time to eat, and to finish exploring the beautiful Andalusian capital. Then we'll meet again in at the Torre del Oro (Golden Tower) on the banks of the Guadalquivir - the cherry on the cake of a spectacular day.

 

Cordoba Day Trip

Always on Thursdays

Duration: 10 hours

Starting Point: Avenida Ramón y Cajal / Marbella

Start at 5:55 am

Price: 80 Euro per person

Price includes:

  • Transportation by bus
  • English speaking guide
  • Entry to the mosque, synagogue and gardens
  • Sightseeing tour and walking tour through the city

Description:

We'll pick you up from number 3 on Avenida de Ramón y Cajal and begin our journey by bus to the delightful Andalusian city of Cordoba.

Having arrived at our destination, we'll tour the most emblematic points in the city on a panoramic bus: the Roman Bridge, Jewish Quarter, the Synagogue and its famous Mosque, all in total comfort!

Then we'll get off the bus, and explore Cordoba's Juderia, one of the best-known neighbourhoods in the historic centre. And it's one of the largest urban areas to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, filled with quaint, winding streets. Throughout the tour, you'll discover how the jews of the area lived between the 10th and 15th centuries and see its most spectacular monument: the synagogue.

Next comes Cordoba's crown jewel, the mosque, the symbol of the city, and one of the most visited tourist attractions in all Spain. With good reason: this is one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic architecture in the West, originally constructed as a mosque in 768. It was converted into a cathedral following the Christian reconquest of Spain, but it retains its colourful mosaics and distinctive mixture of architectural styles.

With the guided tour over, you'll have free time to eat and explore the centre of Cordoba, before heading back to Marbella.

 

Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas Day Trip

Always on Tuesdays and Saturdays

Duration: 9 hours

Starting Point: Avenida Ramón y Cajal / Marbella

Start at 9:10 am

Price: 80 Euro per person

Price includes:

  • Transportation by bus
  • English speaking guide
  • Entry to the Plaza de Toros

Description:

On the morning of your tour, you'll be picked up from the meeting point in the centre of Marbella and taken in the direction of Setenil de las Bodegas, one of the most picturesque of Andalusia's famous whitewashed towns. During the three and a half hour journey, you'll be able to admire the stunning countryside of Malaga province.

Having reached Setenil, after around an hour and a half's drive, you'll have an hour of free time to explore the magical town at your own pace. The houses and buildings of Setenil's historic centre have been built into the dramatic rocky overhangs of the gorge around which the town is located, making it a unique and fascinating setting. 

You'll then leave Setenil de las Bodegas behind for the next stop on your tour: Ronda. When we get there, we'll take a guided tour to discover its heritage. We'll see the Town Hall Square, the Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation, Almocabar Gate and the Maestranza Bullring. During your visit, we also recommend sampling some of the delicious local gastronomy.

At the end of the day, you'll be taken back to the centre of Marbella at 5 pm.

 

Gibraltar Shopping Tour

Available on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays

Duration: 11 hours

Starting Point: Avenida Ramón y Cajal / Marbella

Start at 9:10 am

Price: 30 Euro per person

Price includes:

  • Transportation by bus
  • English speaking guide
  • Free time for shopping in Gibraltar

Description:

We'll meet at the indicated time on Avenida Ramón y Cajal, and leave Marbella behind to hit the road to La Línea de la Concepción. There, we'll cross the border into Gibraltar, where you'll have free time to explore the streets of this little British colony.
On Main Street, you'll find any number of shops, both from international and English brands. Sunglasses, cigarettes, jewellery, watches, perfumes, clothes and artisanal wares... a feast for all the senses!
You can buy this and much more, on a day jam-packed with retail therapy. The products in Gibraltar are tax-free, meaning you're sure to benefit from some great prices.
And you can spend the rest of your day exploring the area, seeing the Apes' Den, St. Michael's Cave or the beautiful views of the Bay of Gibraltar and North Africa. In Grand Casemates Square you can see the local artisans up close, and admire the fascinating craft of the traditional glassblowers.
Then we'll make our way back to the meeting point, and make our journey back to Marbella.

Important:

Please remember to bring your passport or national ID card on this tour, as you will be entering British Territory and may be asked to prove your identity.