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22 Days
Availability : Apr - Oct
A Truly Great Adventure Across in history and culture across Portugal, Spain and Morocco. Visit all the major cities and see the core of the Iberian Peninsula and its African neighbor.

Monday Departures, 22 Days/21 Nights  between 11 Apr and 17 Oct

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Monday Departures, Apr – Oct

Price Includes

  • Accommodation with buffet breakfast
  • Accompanied by Bilingual Spanish and English guide throughout tour.
  • Tour of Madrid, Salamanca, Lisbon, Sevilla, Alhambra de Granada and Panoramic Tour in Alicante.
  • Half Board in Costa Del Sol
  • Tourist tax

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Day 1(Monday) – LISBON

Arrival to Lisbon Airport. Assistance on arrival and transfer to your hotel. Overnight. Free time.

Day 2(Tuesday) – LISBON

Breakfast and overnight, In the morning included a panoramic city tour of LISBON, passing through the Alfama district, birthplace of St. Anthony and once the old Moorish Quarters, the Belem Tower symbol of LISBON and the Geronimo’s Monastery. Afternoon free. Possibility of an optional tour to see the 3 most visited towns on the outskirts of LISBON, Sintra world Heritage Town, Cascais and Estoril.


Breakfast at hotel. Departure towards the Spanish border and continue to Caceres, city proclamed World Heritage Site, where its architecture dating back from the 14th and 16th century makes this town an unforgettable experience, one of the 3 best conserved medieval towns in Europe. Free time to see Plaza Mayor and the old medieval district. From there we’ll head towards Sevilla. Overnight.

Day 4(Thursday) – SEVILLE

Breakfast and overnight. Morning panoramic and monumental city tour, where we will take contact with this magnificent city, driving by Maria Luisas Park, The University, the Americas Square and The Pavillions built in 1929 by the Iberoamerican Fair. Following the panoramic tour we will continue on foot from the Murillo Gardens towards the old “Santa Cruz” quarters. Brief stop. Then we will proceed to the Cathedral (entrance included), where we will also see the symbol of Seville, the Giralda Tower once the minaret of the Mosque and today the belfry of the Cathedral. Afternoon free, where you can attend an optional artistic tour. In the late afternoon, possibility of attending the finest Flamenco Show in Spain.


Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Ronda, passing through the Route of the Andalusian White Villages in order for us to arrive to Ronda. Ronda is one of the oldest cities in Spain, whose origins date back to the Neolithic Period. Free time to explore the main sites of Ronda, from the Tajo Gorge to enjoy an unforgettable view of the city to the oldest bullring in Spain, considered the symbol and soul of Ronda. In the afternoon departure to the international beachside resort La Costa del Sol. Dinner and overnight.

Day 6(Saturday) – COSTA DEL SOL

Breakfast, dinner and overnight. Day free in this world renowned touristic complex situated between the Mediterranean and the mountains. You can enjoy the magnificant beaches one of the finest in Europe, its marinas and also sea shore cafes and restaurants.


Departure to Malaga. We will embark on a ferry to cross the Strait of Gibraltar to arrive to Tangier. The Strait of Gibraltar is the natural separation between two seas, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean between two continents and different cultures, Europe and Africa. During this pleasant journey of about 15 kms. We have the opportunity to see from the boat friendly dolphin groups that inhabit these waters all year round and migrating whales.On arrival to Tangier brief panoramic city tour to get aquainted with the culture and see the amazing labyrinth of streets like few that still exist in the world. But with a strong European presence marks the originality of a multicultural society. Continue to Rabat, the actual capital of Morocco. Panoramic city tour passing through the Royal Palace, Imperial Mausoleum of Mohamed V, The Tower of Hassan and the fortress or the Kasbah des Oudaias. Dinner and overnight.


Breakfast at hotel. Departure to Casablanca, the economical, industrial and financial capital which represents the development and modernity of Morocco and also has the most important port in the country. Panoramic tour of this legendary and cosmopolitan city. After our tour, free time to see the Impressive Mosque of Hassan II, the 3rd largest in the world. Continue to Marrakech. Dinner and overnight.

Day 9(Tuesday) – MARRAKECH

Breakfast, lunch and overnight. Morning city tour of this Imperial City, seeing the Koutoubia Tower (twin sister tower of The Giralda Tower in Seville ), the Saadianas Tombs, The Bahia Palace and the unforgetable Djemaa Square, declared Cultural Heritage Site, a true example of the Moroccan ways of life and culture, where we can admire the musicians, snake charmers, acrobats, dancers, etc. Afternoon free to enjoy this impressive city on your own.

Day 10(Wednesday) – MARRAKECH – MEKNES – FEZ

Breakfast at hotel. Departure to Meknes, capital city during the reign of the Sultan King Muley Ismail, founder of the Alauita Dynasty, declared Cultural Heritage Site. An impressive city surrounded by high walls with monumental entrances. Panoramic tour of this city where we can admire The Bab Al Mansour Gate entrance of the old walls, the most exquisite of the North of Africa, the Granaries and Stables and the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail. Continue to Fez. Dinner and overnight.

Day 11(Thursday) – FEZ

Breakfast, lunch and overnight. In the morning, panoramic city tour of Fez, headquarters of the oldest University in the world, passing through the Jewish and Christian district, the seven doors of the Royal Palace and the Gran Medina of Fez, the biggest pedestrian medina in the world declared World Heritage Site, where we will visit the Madraza (Muslim Institute) from the XIV century. Afternoon free.


Breakfast at hotel. Departure to Tangier to embark on a ferry crossing the Strait of Gibraltar towards Tarifa / Algeciras. Disembark and continue to La Costa del Sol. Dinner and overnight.

Day 13(Saturday) – COSTA DEL SOL – GRANADA

Breakfast at the hotel. Free time till mid morning to then proceed to Granada which is located on the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Tour of the most visited monument in Spain declared World Heritage, the Alhambra where we will see the Nazarite Palaces and the Generalife Gardens (entrance included). Overnight.


Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Alicante. Panoramic drive through Alicante to admire the unique location between the mountains and the sea which has an unforgettable enclavement of this beautiful lively city. Continue to Valencia. Overnight.


Breakfast at the hotel and possibility of signing up for the optional city tour of Valencia, a town renowneded for the international Fallas Festival and of the works of the valencian architect Santiago Calatrava, who designed The Arts and Science Complex, unique in its gendre. Departure to Barcelona. Overnight.

Day 16(Tuesday) – BARCELONA

Breakfast and overnight. In the morning, panoramic city tour of Barcelona, visiting Spain Square, Montjuic, where we will do a brief stop to contemplate a magnificent view of the city and its port, after which we will continue towards Columbus Avenue and then to the Historical Gothic Quarters. Walking tour through St. Jaume square, the town hall and the Gothic Cathedral. Afternoon free to enjoy this cosmopolitan city or sign up for the Gaudi artistic tour.


Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to Zaragoza. Free time to see on your own the Basilica of our Lady of The Pilar, patron saint of Spain, and also stroll through the old town to discover the quaint streets of Zaragoza. In the afternoon departure to Madrid. Overnight.

Day 18(Thursday) – MADRID

Breakfast and overnight. In the morning, panoramic city tour with local guide, who will show the monuments and contrasts that the capital of Spain offers. We will cross his principal places of interest as the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, the Cibeles Square and the Gran Via Avenue, to end in the Orient Square. We will make a stop at the Devod Temple, Plaza Mayor and the Ventas Bull Ring. Free time to take some photos (it will depends on the climatic conditions). Then, we continue to the Columbus Square, where we will take a soft-drink in the Hard Rock Café Madrid. Afternoon free to explore Madrid or to attend an excursion in the outskirts of Madrid.

Day 19(Friday) – MADRID

Breakfast and overnight. Day off to explore Madrid or to visit near the outskirts of the city El Escorial. Also you can attend many of the shows and musicales in Madrid.

Day 20(Saturday) – MADRID – AVILA – SALAMANCA

Breakfast. Departure to Ávila, World Heritage Site and birthplace of Santa Teresa de Jesus. Its great Roman wall surrounds the city and keeps much of its monumental treasures. Free time to enjoy this jewel of the Middle Age. Then exit to Salamanca, a university city par excellence, known worldwide for it and for its artistic richness: cathedrals, palaces, churches of various styles. In the afternoon we will make the city tour including the Plaza Mayor, Casa de las Conchas, the New Cathedral, the Old Cathedral and University. At night you can enjoy the lively atmosphere of this city. Accommodation.


Breakfast. Departure to Ciudad Rodrigo, short tour at this beautiful medieval town declared Historic-Artistic heritiage complex, where its walls surrounds a rich heritage of civil and religious buildings headed by its cathedral and castle. Proceeded to the Portuguese border, to continue via Guarda to Coimbra, site of one of the oldest universities in Europe and the ex capital of Portugal, whose narrow streets, houses, palaces, chapels and churches do that this city is a pleasure to see. Continue to Fatima, one of the most important religious shrines in the world after the six apparitions of the Virgin Mary to three shepherds near the Iria cave. Overnight.


Breakfast and departure to the beautiful medieval town of Obidos, with its nice little narrow streets and picturesque red-roofed white houses, sheltered by the impressive city walls. Our next stop is Lisbon, the capital of Portugal located at the Tagus River. End of Services