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From Tarifa: Full-Day Trip to Tangier

1. From Tarifa: Full-Day Trip to Tangier

Cross the Strait of Gibraltar by ferry to spend the day in the lively city of Tangier and get a feel for life in Morocco. Upon arrival in Africa, meet a local guide and take a minibus tour through the city and continue to see rural sights such as the Caves of Hercules and the amazing Cape Spartel promontory. Return to the vibrant city center to explore the bustling alleys of the medina and discover the most important corners of the historical city center. Enjoy lunch and go for a camel ride if you wish to experience the city from a different perspective. Return to Spain on the ferry and be back in time for dinner.

Cadiz: Medieval Tour

2. Cadiz: Medieval Tour

Explore the center of ancient Cadiz, a city where a rich cultural, architectural, and culinary heritage has been created over a number of distinct historical eras. Your 2-hour guided visit begins in the main San Juan de Dios Square, where the Town Hall is located. Visit the ancient Roman neighborhood known as the Pópulo, reconstructed over the ages. You’ll find buildings from the Phoenician period, the Roman theater, the 18th-century New Cathedral and its museum, and the walled quarter of Almohad origin. Learn about the history of Cadiz as you walk along its streets and through its squares. Enter the New Cathedral to admire its Baroque and Neoclassical styles and the mythical defensive wall known as the Gates of Earth.

From Seville: Doñana, El Rocio, and Matalascañas Beach Tour

3. From Seville: Doñana, El Rocio, and Matalascañas Beach Tour

Depart Seville and travel to Doñana National Park, less than an hour from the city center, to explore one of the most important wetland reserves in Europe. Marvel at the biodiversity of the ecosystems, including lagoons, marshland, dunes and Mediterranean forest on a 4-hour tour by 4WD vehicle. Home to 37 different species of mammals, the park also supports 21 species of reptiles, 11 species of amphibians, 20 species of freshwater fish, and thousands of species of invertebrates. Look for Iberian lynx, imperial eagle and endangered Egyptian mongoose in their natural habitat. Visit the village of El Rocio, famous worldwide as a pilgrimage site in May and for the hermitage home of the Blessed Virgin. Get some time to relax on Matalascañas Beach or enjoy a well-deserved meal before the drive back to Seville, where you will get dropped off at your hotel at the end of an amazing day. 

Doñana National Park: 2-Day Tour from Seville

4. Doñana National Park: 2-Day Tour from Seville

Discover the natural beauty of Doñana National Park on a 2-day tour from Seville. Travel through the northern part of the park to the village of El Rocío. Explore the village and see its sanctuary. Enjoy a walk along the trails of Doñana National Park that follow La Rocina stream. After lunch on the first day you’ll take in the largest dune system in Spain and the fossil dune of Asperillo. At sunset, travel by jeep in a wooded area, where you’ll be on the lookout for storks. Arrive at your accommodation at the edge of the park at dusk. Head to El Acebuche and its visitor center on the second day and begin a tour of the park’s southern area. Travel for 4 hours in an off-road truck to the mouth of the Guadalquivir at Sanlúcar de Barrameda. See the marsh, mobile dunes, and local wildlife before enjoying a typical Marismeño lunch. Make a final stop at El Rocío before returning to Seville.

From Cádiz: Private Full-Day Bulls & Arcos de la Frontera

5. From Cádiz: Private Full-Day Bulls & Arcos de la Frontera

Sit atop the Cerro del Castillo hill in Medina-Sidonia, at an altitude of 1,000 feet (300 meters), and admire its medieval charm. Founded by the Phoenicians, the city became an important Roman colony and served as capital of the Muslim district of Sidonia. In the mid-15th century, it joined the domain of the Dukes of Medina Sidonia. The town has been declared a historical site and was awarded the Prize for the Beautification of Andalusian Towns. See the area’s many works of art attesting to its rich past, including the Santos Mártires Hermitage, the oldest example of Visigoth art in Andalusia. Medieval remnants include the ruins of a castle, erected on the old Muslim fortress, and Torrestrella Castle (both dating from the 12th to 14th-centuries). Other noteworthy medieval arches from the Muslim occupation period include the Arco de la Pastora (10th-century), Arco del Sol (10th to 13th-century) and Arco de Belén (12th to 15th-century). See the town’s countless examples of religious architecture, including the Gothic and Plateresque Santa María la Mayor Coronada Parish Church. Visit the town’s numerous convents, including the San Cristóbal, Jesús, María y José and the Carmelita del Cuervo Monastery in Los Alcornocales Natural Park. Admire the architecture of the 17th-Century Mannerist style Town Hall building, the Duke's Stables, the 18th-century House of the Enrile and the 19th-Century Market Building. Sample the town’s renowned pastries, including the Alfajor de Medina, awarded a Designation of Origin quality label. The traditional Moorish cake is prepared using almonds, hazelnuts, flour, grated bread and spices (coriander, cloves, anise, sesame and cinnamon) and the finest pure bee honey. The tube-shaped pastry comes toasted with a slightly spicy aroma and the flavor of dry fruits and honey.

From Cádiz: Private Day Tour of Seville's Famous Landmarks

6. From Cádiz: Private Day Tour of Seville's Famous Landmarks

Create your dream tour of Seville with this customizable private tour. Enjoy a private with a private tour guide at your disposition for 4 hours. A private luxury vehicle with a chauffeur will pick you up and drop you off at your place of choice in Cádiz. Seville is the capital of Andalusia. Its old town contains, among other remarkable monuments, three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Alcázar, the Cathedral and the General Archive of the Indies. After discovering the most important places of the city, get a walk to see its streets and try its famous gastronomy before your driver takes you back to your point of departure. Seville’s rich history starts as the Roman city of Hispalis. Later it became Muslim and became the centre of the Taifa of Seville after the collapse of Córdoba, until being incorporated into the Crown of Castile in 1248. As the gateway of the Spanish Empire's trans-Atlantic trade, it became one of largest cities in the world. The 17th century in Seville represented the most brilliant flowering of the city's culture. The 20th century in Seville saw the Spanish Civil War, the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and the Universal Exposition Expo '92. Get to know the landmarks of Seville that were witnesses to its history: - The Cathedral: The largest Gothic church in the world. Christopher Columbus was buried in it. Its bell tower, the Giralda, was the minaret for the Great Mosque of Seville. A Renaissance-style belfry was later added by the Catholics. The tower is 104.1 m in height and remains the most important symbol of the city. - The Alcázar: A royal palace built for the Christian king Peter of Castile on the site of an Muslim residential fortress. A preeminent example of Mudéjar style, combining Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance structural elements. The upper stories of the Alcázar are still occupied by the royal family when they visit Seville. The TV show “Game of Thrones” has shot many scenes at this location. - The General Archive of the Indies: The repository of extremely valuable documents illustrating the history of the Spanish Empire in the Americas and Asia. The building is an example of Spanish Renaissance architecture. - The Plaza de España: A square built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and an example of Regionalism Architecture, with elements of the Baroque Revival, Renaissance Revival and Neo-Mudéjar styles.. - The Royal Tobacco Factory: 18th-century stone building , now the seat of the rectorate of the University of Seville. - The Palace of San Telmo: Seat of the presidency of the Andalusian Government. Construction of the building began in 1682 outside the walls of the city, on property belonging to the Spanish Inquisition. - The Tower of Gold: Almohad river watchtower. It served as a prison during the Middle Ages. Its name comes from the golden shine it projected on the river, due to its building materials. The third and uppermost level was added after the previous third level was damaged by the 1755 Lisbon earthquake.

From Seville: Private Day Trip to Cádiz with Guide

7. From Seville: Private Day Trip to Cádiz with Guide

Embark on a day trip to the seaside city of Cádiz from Seville. Benefit from the services of a private chauffeur and guide. Explore the main sights of the city including the Old Town, El Pópulo, La Viña, and Santa María. After getting picked up from your hotel, begin the scenic journey from Seville to Cádiz. Meet your guide in the Old Town for a private tour of the city. Enjoy up to four hours of free time with your guide and wander around vibrant areas such as El Pópulo, La Viña, and Santa María. Listen to your guide as they take you through the city's fascinating history. Stroll through narrow winding alleys, large plazas, and numerous parks with exotic plants brought by Christopher Columbus. Admire monuments and landmarks such as the Cathedral of Cadiz, the Roman theater (one of the largest in the world), the monument of the Constitution, and the Tavira Tower. After your guided tour, enjoy some free time to explore the city at your own pace and stop for lunch at one of the city's many delicious restaurants. At the end of the day, hop back into the car and head back to Seville.

From Cadiz: Private Seville Day Trip, Cathedral & Alcazar

8. From Cadiz: Private Seville Day Trip, Cathedral & Alcazar

Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Cadiz, and relax as you travel to Seville. Marvel at the Moorish site of Real Alcazar, the most ancient royal palace still in use in Europe that was founded one thousand years ago.  View the Cathedral Santa Cruz before walking through the charming narrow streets of the old Jewish Quarter. Head to Seville Cathedral, which is one of the largest and richest cathedrals. Find the tomb of Christopher Columbus inside. Admire the Giralda Tower, an old minaret and symbol of Seville. Climb the tower, if you would like. Take some free time to explore Seville even further with some free time.

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What people are saying about Province of Cádiz

Myself and my teenage daughter did this tour with Marta today. It was an outstanding experience for both of us. She brought medieval Cadiz to life for us. Her English is superb and she provided a wonderful mix of stories and facts! It isn’t easy to keep a teenager engaged but Marta did a wonderful job! The tour was very comprehensive and Marta went above and beyond her tour guide duties to ensure we’ve had a very memorable and worthwhile experience!

Maïté amazed us with the extent of her knowledge of the entire history of Seville and all with a contagious good humor. We really liked his enthusiasm and his passion for passing it on to us as well. Thank you for a great time!

Our guide was ver knowledgeable and friendly, patient and very pleasant. She was eager to please us in terms of extension of time and great recommendations.

A very nice tour. It was just the right amount of time with a good number of stops to see sights and discuss them.

It has been a beautiful experience. Maria, the guide, has been wonderful. A tour that is definitely a must do.