Hola Amigos: MyPeople welcomes you to a Mini Spanish Sojourn. Stay in Malaga for 4 nights and be ready to check out this diverse country, with architectural legacies left behind by the ancient Romans, Moors and of course Anton Gaudi and Santiago Calatrava! Stay with us at some of the best beach town resorts, or in tiny medieval villages with sun-kissed country-side scenery dotted with orange and olive groves. Relax and unwind on a balmy beach with a short siesta, a glass or two of Sangria and enjoy a plethora of tapas, paella and gazpacho. Put on your dancing shoes and be ready to be mesmerized by the beats of Gypsy Flamenco Dances. Learn about this dynamic country’ colonization past, ranging from its notorious Pirates and Kings to Religious Inquisitions and Christopher Columbus. Viva Epsaña!!!
My People, welcome to the beginning of an amazing tour in beautiful Spain! Enjoy a free day in Malaga where you can book with us and go exploring. Experience the sites of the city with the City Tour of Malaga where you can choose and book your Time Out 24-hour bus ticket and explore as much or as little as you want. With 14 stops of places to go visits include the Jardin Botánico’s where you will see stunning exotic flowers and ancient roman statues. Stroll along the harbour and visit the Paseo do Parque where you can relax in the shade of the palm trees while enjoying the sculptures and fountains. See the amazing 10th Century Castillo de Gibralfaro, this castle has fantastic views including the La Malagueta bullring!
Book a Time Out ticket for the breath taking Nerja Caves with us and be astounded by the world’s largest stalagmites and caves that stretch nearly five kilometres long! Or a Time Out ticket for Balcon de Europa a fortress originally built to keep out British pirates now holds views you’ll always remember. Go walking around the shops and enjoy an ice cream at one of the ice cream parlours and remember to get your photo taken with the famous life size statue of King Alfonso Xll King of Spain who reigned famously from 1857-85.
Book Time Out Morocco with us and cross over the gateway from Europe to Africa and visit the delights of Tangier! With a sensory explosion of sites, smells, tastes and sounds you’ll thank yourself for experiencing the unique cultural influences of Tangier. Explore the unique mix of cultural rule through the centuries in Tangier you’ll see influences from the Greeks, Romans, Europeans, Americans and Moroccans!
Alternatively you can sit back, relax and stay on a beach resort in the Costa del Sol
BUS TOUR OF MALAGA – 28 Euro
NERJA CAVES – 42 Euro
MOROCCO – TANGIER – 96 Euro
GIBRALTAR – 90 Euro
Malaga to Seville
So My People we set off for our trip through countryside dotted with orange trees we will head to the most joyous town of Spain, the lovely Seville. Known for their wits, the locals exuberate great vitality. We will visit the La Giralda, the towering Almohad minaret, one of the three remaining in the world! Then we also see the Royal Alcazares of Seville, a fortress which was an old European royal palace, and now the official residence of the Spanish royal family, this is a must visit: of course no visit to Seville is complete without visiting the Tomb of Christopher Colombus!
Then we will make our way to Basilica Macarena, the home of Seville’s revered Virgin, a magnificent statue that wears a gold crown, a brilliant altarpiece. MyPeople, since we are in Spain, our trip would be incomplete if we didn’t visit the famous Real Maestranza Bullring, one of the oldest in the world. A popular sport, it is a building with an impressive baroque façade, and you will hear acoustics wherever you sit in the arena. We will then take a boat ride along the scenic Guadalquivir River and savour some beautiful views of the city
We will then depart the beautiful city of Seville for Malaga. We will reach Malaga and stay the night in the delightful beach town
BEFORE SEVILLE – GRUTAS DE LAS MARAVILLAS – 40 Euro
Malaga to Cordoba
Be ready for an amazing day My People where we’ll be exploring the one of Spain’s places steeped in history. We’ll start at the Centro Flamenco Fosforito where we’ll see one the best Flamenco museums in Andalucía. The history of Spanish iconic dance is demonstrated through its song, dance, guitar and percussion. Test your skill at beating out the rhythm of different songs!
We’ll visit the wonderful Mosque Cathedral made a world heritage site you’ll be truly amazed at its outstanding beauty and history. Not far from the Mosque Cathedral we’ll stroll along the charming streets of the heart of the Jewish Quarter. Wander through the narrow streets and experience the sights and smells of this quaint city with balconies draped in flowers, and wrought iron grilled windows everywhere as you head towards the small square to see a great view of the bell tower of the cathedral
We’ll then go over the Guadalquivir river on a 1st Century Roman bridge to the Calahorra Tower built in the 12th century we’ll take in the panoramic views and look around the museum where we’ll find some of Cordovans historic artefacts, preserves and documents highlighting the peaceful coexistence of Christians, Jews and Muslims over the centuries. We’ll then return to Malaga for a relaxed evening where you can book a Time Out Tapas Tour with Flamenco Show!
TAPAS TOUR WITH FLAMENCO SHOW – 55 Euro
Malaga to Granada
We head off for a day trip to Granada to explore the beautiful scenery. Granada has four rivers, the Beiro, Darroa, Genil and Monachil surrounding it and it sits at the foot of the stunning Sierra Nevada Mountains! Here we’ll go to visit the Alhambra’s Palace with a view of the mountains: it’s one not to be missed! Built overlooking the city around 889 AD as a fortress it has continued to be built upon over the centuries. We’ll walk around the fountains, ponds and waterways while taking in the amazing skills of the Muslim stonemasons with their breath-taking designs and stonework. From here we’ll set off for the heart of Granada and visit the Royal Chapel of Granada where in 1504 Catholic Monarchs ordered it as a place for their burial. We’ll also wonder through the old fish market and the church of Sagrario. We’ll go onto enjoy and explore Grenadian life through the charming restaurants, shops and bars