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From Seville: Cadiz and Jerez de la Frontera Day Trip

1. From Seville: Cadiz and Jerez de la Frontera Day Trip

On this trip, you will discover the Bay of Cadiz and its beautiful seaside known as the Costa de la Luz. First, stop in Jerez de la Frontera, where you will have the chance to visit a traditional bodega, and to taste different kinds of the famous wines from the South of Spain. Then, you will travel to Cadiz, a really enjoyable city, with delightful beaches and tasteful tapas, whose residents are famous everywhere for their joy of life. With the guide, you will visit the city center, the magnificent cathedral, and, little by little, you will discover the oldest city in Europe with more than three millennia of history. Afterwards, enjoy the afternoon in one of its beaches or walk the narrow streets of the Barrio de la Viña or El Pópulo, the most charming and traditional neighborhoods of the city.

Doñana National Park & Sanlúcar Private Day Trip from Cádiz

2. Doñana National Park & Sanlúcar Private Day Trip from Cádiz

Depart Cádiz and journey by air-conditioned minivan to explore the great biodiversity of Doñana National Park, known for its various ecosystems and shelter for wildlife, including thousands of migratory birds from across Europe and Africa. Look for fallow deer, Spanish red deer, wild boars and European badgers in their natural habitat. Keep an eye out for Egyptian mongooses and endangered species such as the Spanish imperial eagle and Iberian lynx. Admire a landscape noted for the bluish tones of its morning mists, and for the pine forests of Pinar de la Algaida and the salt marshes of Salinas. Continue to the town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda at the mouth of the Guadalquivir River. Explore the medieval walls and Renaissance monuments of the historical center, such as the Palacio Ducai de Medina Sidonia and lively market square. Get an insight into the local culture and taste the famous Manzanilla wine.

The White Towns of Andalusia: Private Day Trip from Cádiz

3. The White Towns of Andalusia: Private Day Trip from Cádiz

The White Towns of Andalusia are a series of villages in southern Spain located mostly within the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. All of the villages are characterized by their whitewashed houses with red or brown tiled roofs. This private 8-hour tour begins with hotel pick-up in Cádiz. It is said that the houses are painted white to ward off the intense summer heat that affects the region. Historically, the darkest houses and those with poor air circulation had to be whitewashed by painters who had survived the bubonic plague. Lime mixed with water produces heat that kills microorganism. As a result, people living in villages whose houses were whitewashed escaped more diseases than those who did not. Although times have changed, the tradition is still alive and houses continued to be whitewashed as needed.

From Cádiz: Caminito del Rey Private Hiking Trip

4. From Cádiz: Caminito del Rey Private Hiking Trip

Take a 3-hour walk on the Caminito del Rey, or King's Pathway, along the steep walls of a narrow gorge near Ardales. After 4 years of repairs and extensive renovations, the walkway has recently re-opened. Hear how the walkway was built to provide workers at the local hydroelectric power plants with a way to cross between them. After several accidents, the regional government of Andalusia and the local government agreed in June 2011 to share costs of restoration. The walkway reopened on 29 March 2015 and has been listed as one of the best new attractions for 2015 by Lonely Planet. Be on the lookout for native wildlife during the family-friendly walk.

From Cadiz: Day-Trip to Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas

5. From Cadiz: Day-Trip to Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas

On this day tour from Cadiz, head first to Ronda, one of the oldest cities in Spain. The city reached perhaps its finest period in the 18th century, when the famous monuments of the New Bridge and the Bullring were built. Discover all of these highlights on your tour of the city, and learn about the fascinating and rich history of this beautiful place. Next, head to Setenil de las Bodegas, famous for its beauty, and one of the main tourist destinations in the Sierra de Cádiz. The houses, some below rocks and others on top of or even inside of the rocks, create different street levels, forming charming corners such as those in the streets Calle de las Cuevas de la Sombra and Calle de las Cuevas del Sol. Explore the highlights of this charming town on your tour.

From Cádiz: Sevilla Full-Day Private Tour

6. From Cádiz: Sevilla Full-Day Private Tour

On this day tour from Cadiz, head to Seville: situated on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville has a rich Moorish heritage, and used to be a prosperous port that carried out trade with the Americas. The streets and squares in the historic quarter of the capital of Andalusia are lively and busy. They treasure many constructions that have the World Heritage designation, and many districts are full of traditional culture, like Triana and La Macarena. Seville is a prominent business and service center in the south of Spain and has many hotels distributed all over the city which enable visitors to discover endless attractions. Museums and art centers, theme parks, cinemas, theatres and clubs are some of the many leisure options that the great city of Seville holds. Without forgetting, of course, the numerous terraces, inns and bars where visitors can practise one of the most deeply-rooted and tasty traditions in the city: "going out for tapas."

From Cadiz: Ronda & Arcos de la Frontera Private Day Trip

7. From Cadiz: Ronda & Arcos de la Frontera Private Day Trip

Travel from Cadiz to the White Andalucía village to see the unique village perched on a cliff called Arcos de la Frontera Take a two hour tour of the town of Ronda and marvel at the 18th-century Puente Nuevo bridge. Be picked up from Cadiz. Stop at the white Andalusian village of arcos de la Frontera. Head to the picturesque town of Ronda which is famous for its river gorge known as El Tajo. See the Puente Nuevo bridge which spans the gorge. Tour the historic old town for two hours with a private guide. Start your walking tour at the town square, known as Plaza de España. Finish at Plaza de Toros Maestranza, which is one of the oldest bullrings in Spain. Have some free time to explore Ronda. Purchase lunch at a nice local restaurant or do some shopping before returning to Cadiz.

From Cádiz: Private Day Trip to Gibraltar & Vejer Tour

8. From Cádiz: Private Day Trip to Gibraltar & Vejer Tour

Benefit from a pick-up from your hotel and then journey by air-conditioned minivan to the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar, home to the only wild macaques (Barbary apes) in Europe. Although free to move throughout the city, they're usually found in the limestone rocks of the Peñón de Gibraltar (Rock of Gibraltar), and according to superstition, if the monkeys ever leave the rock then so will the British. An important city during Roman times, Gibraltar has preserved its old town charm, and blends scenic splendor with a modern vibe. While the 426 meter high Rock of Gibraltar looking across the straits to Africa is the main sight, other attractions include the Gibraltar Museum, where the territory's swashbuckling history is brought to life. Take a stroll along Main Street to see the Cathedral of Saint Mary the crowned and the official residence of the Governor of Gibraltar at the Convent. The town of Vejer was declared a historical site and awarded the National Prize for the beautification of Andalusian towns. Its Moorish heritage is evident in the popular architecture and design of its neighborhoods like the Judería. It is perched on top of a beautiful hill overlooking the river Barbate. The town takes pride in its historic legacy from past civilizations such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. In 711 the Battle of La Janda was fought near the town. After this battle, the Visigoths lost control of the peninsula to the Moors. The town of Vejer has always been walled and some of its towers are still well preserved (the Mayorazgo Tower, the San Juan Tower and the Corredera Tower), and its four medieval town gates are perfectly integrated in the town, namely the Segur Arch Gate, the Puerta de la Villa, the Sancho IV and the Puerta Cerrada. The castle (11th to 16th-centuries) stands at the highest part of the old town and can be reached through a beautiful horseshoe arch. It combines elements of both Muslim and Christian architecture. The town also boasts some magnificent examples of religious architecture.

From Cádiz: Private Day Trip to Gibraltar and Bolonia

9. From Cádiz: Private Day Trip to Gibraltar and Bolonia

Benefit from pick-up in Cádiz, Jerez, Chiclana, El Puerto de Santa María or Rota, and then journey by air-conditioned minivan to the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar, home to the only wild macaques ("barbary apes") in Europe. Although free to move throughout the city, they're usually found in the limestone rocks of the Peñón de Gibraltar (Rock of Gibraltar), and according to superstition, if the monkeys ever leave the rock then so will the British! An important city during Roman times, Gibraltar has preserved its old town charm, and blends scenic splendor with a modern vibe. While the 426-meter high Rock of Gibraltar looking across the straits to Africa is the main sight, other attractions include the Gibraltar Museum, where the territory's swashbuckling history is brought to life. Take a stroll along Main Street to see the Cathedral of Saint Mary the Crowned and the official residence of the Governor of Gibraltar at The Convent You will also visit the ruins of the Roman city of Baelo Claudia, located about 22 kilometers northwest of Tarifa off the Cádiz to Gibraltar road. Prosperous at the time of Emperor Claudius, the city went into decline hastened by earthquakes, and was completely abandoned by the 6th century. Situated next to Bolonia Beach, considered one of the 5 most beautiful beaches in Spain, the archaeological site preserves the most representative elements of a typical Roman city. The main attraction of Bolonia Beach is its dune. At over 30 meters high and 200 meters wide, it is set in an inlet within the Estrecho Nature Park, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea. From the Bolonia-Faro Camarinal Trail, the views of the broad beach of golden sand, popular with surfers, is truly spectacular. You can also see the lighthouse with its cauldron-like holes in the rocks.

Private Day Trip from Cádiz: Vejer de la Frontera & Bolonia

10. Private Day Trip from Cádiz: Vejer de la Frontera & Bolonia

Journey by air-conditioned minivan to the town of Vejer de la Frontera, declared a Historical Site and awarded the National Prize for the Beautification of Andalusian Towns. Its Moorish heritage is evident in the popular architecture and design of neighbourhoods like the Judería. It is perched on top of a beautiful hill overlooking the River Barbate. The town takes pride in its historic legacy from past civilizations such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans. Admire the towns walls, towers, medieval gates, castle and magnificent religious architecture. You will also visit the ruins of the Roman city of Baelo Claudia, located about 22 kilometers northwest of Tarifa. Prosperous at the time of Emperor Claudius, the city went into decline hastened by earthquakes, and was completely abandoned by the 6th century. Situated next to Bolonia Beach, considered one of the 5 most beautiful beaches in Spain, the archaeological site preserves the most representative elements of a typical Roman city. The main attraction of Bolonia Beach is its dune. At over 30 meters high and 200 meters wide, it is set in an inlet within the Estrecho Nature Park, where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Mediterranean Sea. From the Bolonia-Faro Camarinal Trail, the views of the broad beach of golden sand, popular with surfers, is truly spectacular. You can also see the lighthouse with its cauldron-like holes in the rocks. This tour is an ideal choice for families.

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our driver guide, although it was not planned, explained everything in French when he knew that we were French-speaking. very well organized and very interesting visit with the archaeological site in the morning which we visit quietly with many explanations then a free meal in Vejer followed by a visit with a local English-speaking guide.

Very nice tour, embellished by Manuel, the guide: incredibly knowledgeable on any topic: history, culture, food and entertainment. Always ready to advise you and available for any questions, even topics not related to the trip. Spending a day with people like this makes not only the trip, but the whole holiday, much more beautiful.

A magical day with a very professional and cultivated, attentive and very friendly guide, the visit of the cellar is very educational, the show is a must and the little tour in Cadiz instructive! A very serious and reliable company!

Wonderful day trip. Our guides were friendly and informative - nothing was too much trouble. They took us to places we would never have got to on our own. And even booked us a table for lunch.

Good surprise, it's not just the seaside, the visit to the city and the break in Jerez are perfect.