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The Alhambra Palace in Granada is one of Andalucía’s most visited attractions, but you don’t have to stay in the city to experience it. This full-day tour from Almeria includes hotel pickup, round-trip transport, skip-the-line entrance to the Alhambra Palace, and an audio tour of the Alcazaba, Nasrid Palace and the Generalife Gardens.
The wild landscapes, rugged sea cliffs, and remote beaches of the Cabo de Gata Natural Park can be hard to explore without your own transport. Instead, join this guided full-day tour from Roquetas de Mar and see the Lighthouse of Cabo de Gata, take in the views from the Sirens Cliffs, and visit La Isleta del Moro. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
An unforgettable experience discovering the beauties of the Cabo de Gata Natural Park, a unique piece of nature with its wild landscapes, rugged sea cliffs, and remote beaches. Make a walking tour in Mojacar, a historic whitewashed village of Moorish origin.
Spend the day discovering Mojacar, a historic whitewashed village of Moorish origin, on a full-day tour from Roquetas de Mar. On an air-conditioned coach, you’ll travel through Cabo de Gata National Park and Sorbas, famed for its gravity-defying houses, before arriving in Mojacar. On a sightseeing tour, you’ll see Old Town highlights such as Plaza Nueva and the statue of La Mojáquera before you stop for lunch in the fishing village of Garrucha. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
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Want to see the best of your holiday destination all in one day? Let us show you the most beautiful spots in this part of Andalucía we love so much!
Join us on this journey trough mountains, city and coast. Discover the very best of what this authentic province has to offer and keep Almería, `mirror of the sea´, in your heart forever.
Submerge yourself in the history of the last Moorish kingdom in Western Europe. The Alhambra has some of the secrets of the unique Spanish-Muslim culture that lasted for over 700 years hidden away inside. You will not be able to explore these charms anywhere else in the world.
A stunningly well-preserved complex of Medieval palaces where it is still possible to feel the presence of its previous oweners. The paradise-like gardens are only a few of the gems that await you in the unique setting.
Find out more about the plots and intirgues that provoked the failure of the Moorish Kingdom of Granada when faced with a Christian assault.
Enjoy your private vehicle with your personal driver that will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the Alhambra where you will meet your guide. After your private visit in Alhambra the driver will take you back to your place.
Taking this private tour from Almeria to Granada and the Alhambra Palace, we will visit one of the most beautiful architectural wonders of the world, It is home to two of Spain's best-known UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
We will explore with our private local Alhambra guide the gardens of the Generalife and the exquisite Moorish architecture of the Nasrid Palaces, framed by the stunning backdrop of the snow covered Sierra Nevada Mountains. From these ancient Palaces and gardens,you will enjoy stunning views of the beautiful city of Granada and the Gypsy quarters of the Albaicin.
After this private Alhambra Palace tour we will head up to the centre of Granada.You will have free time for lunch (not included), and then we head back to Almeria.
On this private day trip to Nerja from Almeria, known for its famous caves and its Balcon de Europa, a lookout over the Mediterranean Sea.
This day trip takes in the famous Nerja Caves, which are rated as one of the best in the world, and discovered by 5 young lads looking for bats!
After the caves, we will then visit the Balcón de Europa in Nerja town and have a short stroll along the beach coves with some lovely fishing cottages.
You will have free time to walk around the commercial area and enjoy some lunch (not included)
We will continue to the unique white Andalusian village of Frigiliana in the mountains behind the coast and walk through these charming little streets and alleys up to the top terrace to have a wonderful panoramic view of the coast and mountains.
Please note: This tour is explore on your own. Apart from the caves which is conducted with a guide within a group.
Your driver will point out the main areas to visit.
You will discover the place where the largest visitable Geode in the world is located in the Mira Rica del Pilar de Jaravía, Pulpí. In it, different minerals such as iron and lead have been extracted, as well as many others. During this first phase of the visit you will be able to observe remains of these minerals that are still seen in the access galleries.
Walk the mine and at 60 m deep you can enjoy the Giant Geode that has dimensions of 8 meters long and 2 meters high covered by huge plaster crystals.
You will be able to enter a walk through history and observe one of the wonders of nature during which our guide will explain the importance of the mine in the years of its exploitation, as well as the formation of the Geode.
If you wish you can go to San Juan de los Terreros and visit the Castle, located 10 minutes away by car, which has a privileged location to the sea and the town.
Marvel at a magnificent mix of Islamic art and culture.
See the Nasrid Palace where you will enjoy the patio of Mexuar, Comares, and Leones; Alcazaba - the military fortification; and Generalife, the palace, and gardens. After the tour, enjoy an hour on your own exploring outside or inside the Alhambra, where you can visit shops, restaurants, and museums.
You will walk through the chambers and corridors of the Nasrid Palaces, you will feel the energy of a civilization that kept such an important part of Europe under control for eight centuries. His affairs of the state still whisper in the Mexuar, a meeting place for ministers, all the floral tiles, and conical columns, whose later conversion into a chapel could not hide his Moorish origins. Their afternoons at play still haunt the Court of the Lions, an intricate courtyard, the core of real life under Muhammed V, where fountains splash. And its sophistication still fluctuates around the Comares Palace.