Day Excursions with Private transportation

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1-EX. Cruises Alhambra & GranadaDay Excursion

Alhambra private tour with Granada historic areas and lunch. Private transport to Granada and return to your port within your time frame - with an official guide for your one on one tour. All inclusive of transportation, Alhambra entrances and official guide. Also from any coastal area.

€875 for a private group up to 6 you organize from your cruise

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Private Day Excursions - most areas and cities in Andalucia by request

SOUTH FROM GRANADA... the Alpujarra foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Granada province is a tranquil region of white washed villages nestled among gentle mountains. Known for its ancient culture that shows strong roots from its Moorish and Morisco past. A little further south are the Mediterranean Costas' Tropical and Del Sol. Both areas offer 13 to 14 c Moorish castles and ruins.

2-EX. Alpujarra White Villages Day Excursion

South of Granada is some of the most stunning countryside in all of Spain. An essential day trip from Granada.

The Alpujarras region is a fragmented collection of beautiful tiny villages. Public transport is limited. Without a private car, you'd struggle to see more than two villages in a day. But if you take a tour, you'll visit some of the best spots in the area without the hassle of driving yourself (and map-reading!) 

For your private full day excursion in Andalusia (8 to 9 hours) with a private car and driver you will visit the following villages, have stops for refreshments and lunch, accompanied by an official guide who is a native English speaker, with 20 years experience.

Lanjaron Around 50 km from Granada city and the first town you come to in the Western Alpujarras, Lanjaron is considered the gateway to the region. It is famous for its mineral water which is sold throughout Spain, while its spa waters have been celebrated for centuries for their curative properties and are considered to be some of the best in the country. Overlooking the town is a rocky outcrop capped by a ruined Moorish castle. Legend has it that the Moorish ruler of Lanjaron threw himself from the castle tower, rather than surrender, when he realised that the Christian army, led by the Catholic King Fernando, was going to be victorious.

Orgiva In the fertile valley of the Guadalfeo river is the largest town of the western Alpujarras. At 450m, With a milder climate than many other places in the Alpujarras and is surrounded by olive, lemon and orange groves. This village of 5,000 has a somewhat bohemian atmosphere since it is also a magnet for those seeking an alternative lifestyle

Carataunas Tiniest of all the villages named from the Arabic meaning 'quiet place'.

Pampaneira One of the prettiest villages in the Alpujarras hugs the steep slopes of a lush river gorge, the Barranco de Poqueira which it shares the with Bubion and Capileira. A population of around 300 centres on its pretty square dominated by a 16th-century Mudajar church. A stream flows through its quaint streets.

Bubion Halfway between Capileira and Pampaneira in the Poqueira gorge is the sleepy village of Bubion, which like its neighbours is surrounded by magnificent views of the often snow-capped Sierra Nevada peaks and the Alpujarras.

Capileira The highest of the three villages in the Barranco de Poqueira, at 1,436m. Its twisting, steep streets are dotted with many springs gushing with fresh mountain water and there are superb views of the Poqueira gorge and the Sierra Nevada everywhere you look. With a population of 600, it's also the largest of the three villages in the Poqueira gorge.

€875  group of 4 to 6 people 
Smaller and larger groups priced by private treaty

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3-EX. Costa Tropical/Del Sol Day Excursion

For your private full day excursion in Andalucia (8 to 9 hours) with a private car and driver you will visit the following coastal cities, in addition to beaches, Moorish castle ruins and historic sites. You will have stops for refreshments and lunch, accompanied by an official guide who is a native English speaker, with 20 years experience. 

Salobrena On the Costa Tropical one of the most attractive of the small towns on the entire Spanish Mediterranean coast. It is a classic whitewashed village that climbs up the face of a mountain overlooking the sea, crowned by an imposing Moorish castle. It is is relatively untouched with a population of 10,500. The town is surrounded by sugar cane plantations and groves of sub-tropical fruit trees. Settlement of the town dates back 6,000 years. The old, historic Moorish area of the town is built high on the mountain and underneath the castle that sits guard on top, with newer developments spread out in the valley below running towards the east along the coast. From the top of the old town there are spectacular views of the Sierra del Chaparral mountain range to the north and the Mediterranean coastline to the south, east, and west.

Almunecar On the Costa Tropical was discovered and settled by the Phoenicians 3000 years ago, it has also been occupied by the Greeks, Romans and Arabs. The Castillo de San Miguel, an Arab castle, built on old Roman fortifications, still stands overlooking the town and sea reminding all of this area´s prolific historical past. Its old town (Casco Antiguo) is an amazing maze of narrow cobblestone streets, now sprinkled with cafe bars, stores, and other types of businesses. The Friday flea market is well known and frequented by all, while the dailyfarmers market is laden with local tropical fruits and vegetables. Its coastline extends for 19 kilometers and incorporates 26 different types of beaches rocky, sandy, sheltered coves.

La Herradura The existing town on the Costa del Sol is typical of this part of the coast a small, whitewashed homes whose doorways open onto tiny streets, neighbors sitting on park benches exchanging the news of the day, and local fishermen often reveling in their catch of the day . But it is still a relatively young town and continues to grow as evidenced by the influx of people from many nationalities, new construction, new hotels and additional tourist services. La Herradura (which means horseshoe) was given its name thanks to the shape of its lovely bay. 

Many people have often said that there is an unusual gravitational pull in this area and seems to draw people here whose interests lie in the arts, wellness and mystic sciences. Nonetheless, its history is shared with that of the other neighboring towns and its natural harbor was a strategic port location for the Phoenicians and Romans.On the waterfront portion of the town, the rich marine life, relatively calm waters and 2 km. long beach front are attractive to scuba divers, swimmers, boaters, sunseekers, and hanggliders – and on occasion, windsurfers as well. Moving 10 minutes inland across the highway, there are wonderful panoramic views of the coastline. One particularly breathtaking view is the sunset as colors range from majestic lavenders and purples to deep oranges, depending on the season.

Nerja On the Costa del Sol, is a seaside resort of sandy coves sheltered by the impressive Sierra de Almijara mountains and often referred to as ' The Jewel of the Costa del Sol '.

€875  group of 4 to 6 people 
Smaller and larger groups priced by private treaty

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