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Seville Cultural Tour from Huelva, Costa de la Luz

Seville Cultural Tour from Huelva, Costa de la Luz

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Drenched in Andalucian colour, bursting with glorious buildings and dotted with leafy parks, Seville is a must-visit. Some of Spain's most important monuments are in the spotlight on this guided tour, including the bullring, Santa Cruz and Plaza de España. You'll also have some free time to explore. Mariasol, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘Plaza de España is so colourful, it's an uplifting place to be. It is full of painted ceramic tilework, known as azulejos. Each azulejo depicts Spain's regional culture and heritage and every province is represented.'Striking out early for the Andalusian capital, you'll have plenty of time to explore some of its cultural and architectural highlights. Once in Seville, your walking tour begins at the Moorish Torre Del Oro. You'll see Seville's bullring, the Real Maestranza, the Triana Bridge, and the Plaza d'America. Next, you'll visit the colonnaded Plaza de España – and the surrounding Maria Luiza Park. We'll stop for a rest in the park before continuing our walking tour, which takes us to Barrio de Santa Cruz – once known as the district of Moors and Jews. This most characterful district of Seville, right in the historic centre, is overflowing with orange trees, pretty plazas and jasmine-scented patios. And before heading back, you'll have some free time to explore on your own to grab some tapas – and maybe a souvenir or two.

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Rock of Gibraltar Tour with Dolphin Watching Cruise

Rock of Gibraltar Tour with Dolphin Watching Cruise

Costa de la Luz

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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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Andalusia Small Group Tour from Huelva with Acebron Palace

Andalusia Small Group Tour from Huelva with Acebron Palace

Huelva

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One of Spain's most beautiful and unspoiled corners awaits on this full day tour by minibus. Huelva boasts landscapes of protected wetlands pockmarked by history-steeped towns. You'll visit El Rocío, and the Palace of Acebron, as well as enjoy a visit to a winery. Maria, one of our expert local guides, says, 'Apart from its religious significance, El Rocío is also known for its unique architectural style, characterised by whitewashed buildings with colourful trim and traditional wooden balconies. The town has a distinctly rustic and charming atmosphere, with sandy streets and a laid-back vibe'.You'll start the tour delving into the world of wines at the Bollullos winery. Immerse yourself in the flavours and aromas of the region with a tasting session, complemented by an assortment of tapas that promise to leave your taste buds tingling. The journey takes a soulful twist as we head to El Rocío, a pilgrimage site that's a heartbeat of Spanish culture. While you're there, why not check out a shop filled with flamenco dresses, the epitome of Spanish flair? Wander the town's quaint streets during some free time to truly soak it all in. Rounding off your trip is a visit to the Palace of Acebron, nestled within the Doñana National Park. Glimpse into architectural grandeur at the palace, surrounded by forests and lakes, providing a perfect conclusion to your exploration of Huelva's treasures.

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