WELCOME TO PEPE TOURS

Excursions, Day Trips, Escorted Tours, Coach Tours and Circuits for groups and individuals through Spain, Morocco and Portugal

Pepe Tours is a Travel Agency and Tour Operator based in Andalusia - Spain, since 1992 organizing excursions, tour packages, trips and bus tours through Spain, Portugal and Morocco for groups. We also offer circuits and tour packages through Europe. We are specialists in Tours through Andalusia from Madrid, Barcelona and other Spanish cities. Our excursions, trips and tours have been studied to enjoy the most beautiful museums, monuments and to discover the wonderful landscapes of Spain, Portugal, Morocco and the rest of Europe. In short, you can turn a simple trip into some wonderful days, into an experience to remember and tell your friends.


  • Tours and Coach Tours through Spain leaving from Madrid, Barcelona and Costa del Sol - Málaga

    SPAIN

    From Madrid, Barcelona and other cities

    from 2 until 18 days

  • Tours, Escorted Tours and Coach Tours through Morocco leaving from Costa del Sol - Málaga, Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla

    MOROCCO

    Tours and Coach Tours through Morocco leaving from Spain

    from Costa del Sol-Malaga, Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla

  • Excursiones y Tours de un dia desde Madrid, Barcelona, Roquetas de Mar y Almeria

    DAY TRIPS

    Excursions and Day Trips

    from Madrid, Barcelona and Roquetas de Mar - Almeria

    ESCORTED TOURS THROUGH SPAIN from...

    Escorted Tours and Coach Tours leaving from...

    Pepe Tours has a complete program of trips and tours through Spain and Portugal. With us you can discover the different landscapes and regions of Spain through exclusive routes designed to visit the best of Spain and the Iberian Peninsula. In addition, here you will find a great selection of getaways to discover the best of the Iberian Peninsula. Travel to Spain by the hand of great professionals.

    Spain has a countless number of attractions for tourists: an impressive cultural and artistic heritage, the result of many centuries of splendour and richness, an impressive history, an extensive and varied gastronomy with typical dishes such as paella, tortilla and the diversity of tapas, Spain has its sea, its mountains ... essential places you must visit at least once in your life.

    • Madrid

      • Escorted Tours and Coach Tours from Madrid

        Pepe Tours has the best selection of trips, tours and round trips in Spain with departures from Madrid, the capital of Spain. Discover by the hand of professionals in tourism the ancient history of Andalusia that has left behind an immense artistic-cultural legacy or the North Coast of Spain, full of green landscapes of mountains that end into the sea, with small charming fishing villages worthy of postcard and houses that are piled one on another, the famous capitals of the Mediterranean Coast (Barcelona, Valencia or Alicante) or the millenary monumental cities of Toledo, Ávila, Salamanca or Segovia.

      Andalucía Tour (4 días) salida - (Paquetes a España)
      TOUR POR ANDALUCIA
      Granada-Málaga-Sevilla-Córdoba-Toledo

      Todos los lunes y viernes

      desde 440,00 €

      Andalucía Tour (4 días) salida - (Paquetes a España)

      Andalucia Tour (6 días) desde Madrid (viajar al Sur de España)
      TOUR POR ANDALUCIA
      Sevilla-Cordoba-Granada-Marbella

      Salidas todos los sabados

      desde 690,00 €

      Andalucia Tour (6 días) desde Madrid (viajar al Sur de España)

      Andalucía con Marbella y Costa Mediterránea (9 días)
      TOUR POR ANDALUCIA
      Granada-Málaga-Sevilla-Córdoba-Toledo

      Todos los sabados

      desde 1.070,00 €

      Andalucía con Marbella y Costa Mediterránea (9 días)

      Más tour por España desde Madrid
      CONSULTE TODOS LOS TOURS POR ESPAÑA CON SALIDAS DESDE MADRID

      Más tour por España desde Madrid

    • Barcelona

      • Escorted Tours and Coach Tours from Barcelona

        Tour packages through the South of Spain and Andalusia departing from Barcelona, routes through Spain to visit Madrid, Toledo or the Cantabrian Coast of northern Spain with groups conducted in English. Tours of Spain and Portugal departing from Barcelona. The best travel offers in Spain and the Iberian Peninsula with departure from Barcelona to discover the great diversity of landscapes in Spain, the country of the world with the most declared regions as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, great cities known throughout the world: Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Toledo, Granada, Seville, Cordoba ... villages full of charm or famous routes through the country (Don Quixote Route, Camino de Santiago, Wine Route, Route of the White Villages ...).

      Andalucía Tour (5 días) desde Barcelona - Visitar España
      TOUR POR ANDALUCIA
      Sevilla-Córdoba-Granada-Toledo

      Salidas los lunes y viernes

      desde 665,00 €

      Andalucía Tour (5 días) desde Barcelona - Visitar España

      Andalucía con Portugal y Norte de España (15 días)
      TOUR POR ANDALUCIA
      Sevilla-Cordoba-Granada-Marbella

      Salidas todos los sabados

      desde 690,00 €

      Andalucía con Portugal y Norte de España (15 días)

      Sur de España - Andalucía Tour (7 días) desde Barcelona
      TOUR POR ANDALUCIA
      Sevilla-Cordoba-Granada-Marbella

      Salidas todos los sabados

      desde 690,00 €

      Sur de España - Andalucía Tour (7 días) desde Barcelona

      Mas Tours desde Barcelona
      CONSULTE TODOS LOS TOURS POR ESPAÑA CON SALIDAS DESDE BARCELONA

      Mas Tours desde Barcelona

    • Costa del Sol - Malaga

      • Escorted Tours from Costa del Sol - Malaga

        Holiday trips through Andalusia, Castile and North of Spain with departures from the Costa del Sol. Tours around Spain to visit the Alhambra in Granada, the Mosque of Cordoba, the Giralda in Seville, Toledo and Madrid, departing from Malaga. Visits and coach tours through Spain with guides in English and departures from Malaga to discover Andalusia and its impressive Muslim artistic legacy, visiting the jewels of the south of the Iberian Peninsula: Granada, Cordoba, Seville. Packages in Andalusia from Costa del Sol to then visit Toledo, the former imperial capital and one of the historical gems of Europe as well as Madrid, the capital of Spain and the Spanish city that attracts the most visitors.

      Andalucía, Toledo, Madrid (7 días) desde Costa del Sol
      TOUR ANDALUCÍA CON MADRID
      Granada-Toledo-Madrid-Córdoba- Sevilla-Ronda

      Salidas todos los domingos

      desde 960,00 €

      Andalucía, Toledo, Madrid (7 días) desde Costa del Sol

      Andalucía con Madrid (7 días) desde Costa del Sol
      ANDALUCÍA CON MADRID
      Granada-Toledo-Madrid-Cáceres-Sevilla- Córdoba-Ronda

      Salidas todos los miércoles

      desde 790,00 €

      Andalucía con Madrid (7 días) desde Costa del Sol

      Mas tours por España
      CONSULTE TODOS LOS TOURS POR ESPAÑA

      Mas tours por España

    TOURS TO MOROCCO AND PORTUGAL from...

    Tours through Morocco and Portugal from...

    Pepe Tours offers you the best selection of circuits and coach tours through Morocco with departures from Spain (Costa del Sol, Madrid, Barcelona or Seville). Discover the most complete round trips where you will travel and know Morocco thoroughly. Travel with maximum comfort with these organized trips to Morocco, an exotic destination, a unique country of contrasts, a crossroad between Europe and Africa. We propose a trip through its millenary history, heir of centuries of tradition, its culture, its customs and traditions, its monumental cities, its medinas, its kasbahs and of course its rich and varied gastronomy. Fall in love with Morocco in this wonderful experience accompanied by professionals in tourism.

    In addition, at www.pepetours.com you will find a great selection of tours through Portugal, a country full of contrasts, with a long history where you will find at each step charming places and monuments of great artistic value.

    • Costa del Sol - Málaga

      • TOURS POR MARRUECOS DESDE COSTA DEL SOL

        Viajes organizados a Marruecos con salidas desde Málaga y la famosa Costa del Sol incluyendo transporte en autobuses modernos, pasajes en ferry a través del Estrecho de Gibraltar, guías turísticos y todas las comodidades de un paquete organizado por profesionales. Descubra las Ciudades Imperiales de Marruecos (Fez, Meknes, Rabat, Marrakech), conozca las maravillas del Norte del Rif (Tánger, Chaouen, Asilah) o la inmensidad del Sahara, un paisaje misterioso, mágico (El valle del Draa, el Desfiladero - Gargantas del Todra o las Dunas de Merzouga) además de un mundo de fortificaciones, de pequeñas casas, de castillos bereberes o kasbahs…

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      Tour por Marruecos (5 días) - Marruecos Imprescindible
      TOUR DE MARRUECOS 5 DÍAS
      Rabat-Casablanca-Marrakech-Meknés-Fez-Tánger

      Salida todos los viernes del año

      desde 445,00 €

      Tour por Marruecos (5 días) - Marruecos Imprescindible

      Tour por Marruecos (7 dias) - Ciudades Imperiales
      TOUR DE MARRUECOS 7 DÍAS
      Rabat-Casablanca-Marrakech-Meknés-Fez-Tánger

      Salida todos los domingos del año

      desde 660,00 €

      Tour por Marruecos (7 dias) - Ciudades Imperiales

      Tour por Marruecos (9 días) - Ruta de Las Kasbahs
      RUTA DEL DESIERTO 9 DIAS
      Tánger-Casablanca-Marrakech-Erfoud-Merzouga--Fez-Meknés-Rabat-Tánger

      Salida todos los viernes del año

      desde 959,00 €

      Tour por Marruecos (9 días) - Ruta de Las Kasbahs

      MAS TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Málaga - Madrid - Sevilla - Barcelona
      CONSULTE TODOS LOS TOURS POR MARRUECOS DESDE LA COSTA DEL SOL - MÁLAGA, MADRID, SEVILLA Y BARCELONA

      MAS TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Málaga - Madrid - Sevilla - Barcelona

    • Madrid

      • TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Madrid

        Paquetes turísticos a Marruecos con salidas desde Madrid. Viajes organizados para descubrir un mundo diferente, tan cercano a Europa, pero a la misma vez, tan distinto. Los tours por Marruecos desde Madrid incluyen el viaje en tren AVE hasta Málaga y alojamiento en la capital de la Costa del Sol, así podrá disfrutar de los encantos de una de las zonas más turísticas de España.

        Una selección de los más completos circuitos y tours por Marruecos partiendo desde Madrid y acompañados de guías de habla hispana. Les garantizamos una experiencia única, llena de sensaciones.

      Tour  Marruecos (5 días) desde Madrid
      TOUR DE MARRUECOS 5 DÍAS
      Málaga-Tetuán-Chefchaouen-Asilah-Tánger

      Salida todos los jueves alternos

      desde 620,00 €

      Tour Marruecos (5 días) desde Madrid

      Tour por Marruecos (7 días) - Marruecos Imprescindible desde Madrid
      TOUR DE MARRUECOS 7 DÍAS
      Málaga-Rabat-Casablanca-Marrakech-Meknes-Fez

      Salida todos los jueves del año

      desde 755,00 €

      Tour por Marruecos (7 días) - Marruecos Imprescindible desde Madrid

      Tour por Marruecos (9 días) - Las Ciudades Imperiales
      TOUR DE MARRUECOS 9 DÍAS
      Málaga-Fez-Meknes- Marrakech-Casablanca-Rabat-Tánger

      Salida todos los sábados del año

      desde 960,00 €

      Tour por Marruecos (9 días) - Las Ciudades Imperiales

      MAS TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Málaga - Madrid - Sevilla - Barcelona
      CONSULTE TODOS LOS TOURS POR MARRUECOS DESDE LA COSTA DEL SOL - MÁLAGA, MADRID, SEVILLA Y BARCELONA

      MAS TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Málaga - Madrid - Sevilla - Barcelona

    • Barcelona

      • TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Madrid

        En Pepe Tours encontrarán viajes organizados por Marruecos con salidas desde Barcelona. Disfruten de una experiencia única, de un viaje en el tiempo sin preocupaciones, de la mano de profesionales que se encargarán de todo lo necesario para que Usted disfrute y recuerde toda su vida esta experiencia inolvidable. Todos los tours por Marruecos desde Barcelona incluyen traslado en tren de alta velocidad hasta Málaga, alojamiento en la capital de la Costa del Sol para además poder explorar Málaga, ciudad que vio nacer a Pablo Picasso y Antonio Banderas, pasajes en ferry hasta Marruecos, transporte en autocares modernos y alojamiento en hoteles con todas las comodidades. Además, estarán siempre acompañados por guías profesionales que velarán por su seguridad y se encargarán de informarles sobre las ciudades y monumentos que visitarán. Ofrecemos tours con gran relación calidad – precio y siempre en compañía de profesionales, grandes conocedores de Marruecos.

      Tour a Marruecos de 5 días desde Barcelona
      TOUR POR MARRUECOS 5 DÍAS
      Málaga-Tetuán-Chefchaouen-Asilah-Tánger

      Salida todos los jueves alternos

      desde 670,00 €

      Tour a Marruecos de 5 días desde Barcelona

      Tour a Marruecos de 7 días desde Barcelona
      TOUR DE MARRUECOS 7 DÍAS
      Málaga-Rabat-Casablanca-Marrakech-Meknes-Fez

      Salida todos los jueves del año

      desde 805,00 €

      Tour a Marruecos de 7 días desde Barcelona

      Tour a Marruecos de 9 días desde Barcelona
      TOUR POR MARRUECOS 9 DÍAS
      Málaga-Fez-Meknes- Marrakech-Casablanca-Rabat-Tánger

      Salida todos los sábados del año

      desde 1.010,00 €

      Tour a Marruecos de 9 días desde Barcelona

      MAS TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Málaga - Madrid - Sevilla - Barcelona
      CONSULTE TODOS LOS TOURS POR MARRUECOS DESDE LA COSTA DEL SOL - MÁLAGA, MADRID, SEVILLA Y BARCELONA

      MAS TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Málaga - Madrid - Sevilla - Barcelona

    • Sevilla

      • TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Sevilla

        Tours y viajes a Marruecos con salidas desde Sevilla. Encuentre en Pepe Tours el viaje de sus sueños para conocer el fascinante Marruecos, una encrucijada entre Europa y África con la promesa de vivir unas experiencias inolvidables. Todos los tours por Marruecos desde Sevilla incluyen traslado en bus hasta el Puerto de Tarifa, travesía en ferry para cruzar en barco el Estrecho de Gibraltar y llegar Tánger, alojamiento en hoteles seleccionados con todas las comodidades y transporte en autocares modernos con aire acondicionado y guías acompañantes. Visitar lo mejor de Marruecos en grupos organizados acompañados de guías en español. Paquetes por Marruecos con salidas garantizadas durante todo el año.

      Tour a Marruecos (5 días) desde Sevilla
      TOUR DE MARRUECOS 5 DÍAS
      Rabat-Casablanca-Marrakech-Meknés-Fez-Tánger

      Salida todos los viernes del año

      desde 510,00 €

      Tour a Marruecos (5 días) desde Sevilla

      Tour a Marruecos (7 días) desde Sevilla
      TOUR DE MARRUECOS 7 DÍAS
      Rabat-Casablanca-Marrakech-Meknés-Fez-Tánger

      Salida todos los domingos del año

      desde 715,00 €

      Tour a Marruecos (7 días) desde Sevilla

      Tour a Marruecos (9 días) desde Sevilla
      RUTA DEL DESIERTO 9 DIAS
      Tánger-Casablanca-Marrakech-Erfoud-Merzouga--Fez-Meknés-Rabat-Tánger

      Salida todos los viernes del año

      desde 1015,00 €

      Tour a Marruecos (9 días) desde Sevilla

      MAS TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Málaga - Madrid - Sevilla - Barcelona
      CONSULTE TODOS LOS TOURS POR MARRUECOS DESDE LA COSTA DEL SOL - MÁLAGA, MADRID, SEVILLA Y BARCELONA

      MAS TOURS POR MARRUECOS desde Málaga - Madrid - Sevilla - Barcelona

    DAY TRIPS AND ONE DAY TOURS from...

    Discover what to do and activities

    Discover what to do in Roquetas de Mar. With PEPE TOURS you can solve your questions about what to see in Roquetas de Mar or what to see in Almería. You can visit Cabo de Gata, Mojacar, make a tour through Sierra Nevada and its white villages ... In summary, visit the most beautiful areas of Almeria. We have the best offers to know Almeria, Granada and their surroundings. You can visit the Alhambra and during your visit to the Alhambra with a local guide you will receive information about the former residence of the Arab kings and sultans of Al-Andalus. To see the Tabernas desert is at your fingertips during the bus tour to the Oasys Mini Hollywood.

    • Roquetas de Mar

      • Excursions and Day trips from Roquetas de Mar

        Discover what to do in Roquetas de Mar. With PEPE TOURS you can solve your questions about what to see in Roquetas de Mar or what to see in Almería. You can visit Cabo de Gata, Mojacar, make a tour through Sierra Nevada and its white villages ... In summary, visit the most beautiful areas of Almeria. We have the best offers to know Almeria, Granada and their surroundings. You can visit the Alhambra and during your visit to the Alhambra with a local guide you will receive information about the former residence of the Arab kings and sultans of Al-Andalus. To see the Tabernas desert is at your fingertips during the bus tour to the Oasys Mini Hollywood.

      La Alhambra de Granada desde Roquetas de Mar-Aguadulce-Almerimar
      EXCURSIÓN A LA ALHAMBRA

      Visita con entradas a la Alhambra y guía oficial

      desde 72,00 €

      La Alhambra de Granada desde Roquetas de Mar-Aguadulce-Almerimar

      Excursión a Cabo de Gata
      EXCURSIÓN A CABO DE GATA

      Visita del Parque Natural de Cabo de Gata con guía

      desde 33,00 €

      Excursión a Cabo de Gata

      Mini Hollywood (Oasys) en Tabernas - Almería
      EXCURSIÓN AL MINI HOLLYWOOD-OASYS

      Visita del Parque Temático con entradas y espectáculos

      desde 49,00 €

      Mini Hollywood (Oasys) en Tabernas - Almería

      Más excursiones desde Roquetas de Mar
      CONSULTE TODAS LAS EXCURSIONES DE UN DIAS SALIENDO DESDE ROQUETAS DE MAR - ALMERIA

      Más excursiones desde Roquetas de Mar

    • Madrid

      • Excursiones y TOURS desde Madrid

        Realizar actividades de ocio en Madrid está al alcance de su mano, mediante nuestras excursiones en autobús con guía por la ciudad podrán conocer Madrid con guía local y descubrir los rincones más bonitos de Madrid. Qué ver en los alrededores de Madrid o qué ver en Madrid es algo que todos nos preguntamos la primera vez que llegamos a esta cosmopolita ciudad. Con nuestras excursiones en autobús con guía desde Madrid podrán visitar el Monasterio del Escorial, hacer una visita de la Basílica del Valle de los Caídos, hacer una excursión a Toledo desde Madrid, visitar Ávila y Segovia desde Madrid… Podrán comprobar nuestras excursiones con salida desde Madrid en los diferentes apartados.

      Monasterio de El Escorial y Basilica del Valle de los Caidos
      EXCURSIÓN AL ESCORIAL Y VALLE DE LOS CAÍDOS

      Visita del Escorial y del Valle de los Caídos con guía.

      desde 69,00 €

      Monasterio de El Escorial y Basilica del Valle de los Caidos

      Toledo dia completo
      EXCURSIÓN DE UN DIA A TOLEDO

      Visita de día completo con guía en grupo

      desde 77,00 €

      Toledo dia completo

      Excursión de un dia a Avila y Segovia desde Madrid
      EXCURSIÓN ÁVILA Y SEGOVIA

      Visita de Ávila y Segovia con guía

      desde 89,00 €

      Excursión de un dia a Avila y Segovia desde Madrid

      Mas excursiones y tours desde Madrid
      CONSULTE TODAS LAS EXCURSIONES DE UN DIAS SALIENDO DESDE MADRID

      Mas excursiones y tours desde Madrid

    • Barcelona

      • Excursiones y TOURS desde Barcelona

        Excursiones por Barcelona o desde Barcelona es lo primero que nos planteamos realizar si queremos conocer a fondo Barcelona. Ofrecemos visitas de Barcelona panorámica, visita para conocer las obras de Gaudí que decoran la ciudad. Visitar la costa catalana con una excursión a Costa Brava desde Barcelona… Además, podrán ver el Monasterio de Montserrat, conocer Girona o Gerona y visitar lo más bonito de Barcelona. En Pepe Tours encontrarán una gran variedad de excursiones y actividades por Barcelona acompañados de guías profesionales de habla hispana.

      Visita de Barcelona - día completo
      VISITA GUIADA DE BARCELONA

      Ver lo mejor de Barcelona con guía

      desde 97,00 €

      Visita de Barcelona - día completo

      La Barcelona de Gaudí - medio día
      TOUR POR BARCELONA Y EL ARTE DE GAUDÍ CON GUÍA

      Admira las obras de Gaudí en grupo con guía

      desde 48,00 €

      La Barcelona de Gaudí - medio día

      Excursión de dia completo a Costa Brava desde Barcelona
      VISITA DE COSTA BRAVA

      Excursion con guia a Costa Brava pasando por Lloret de Mar y Tossa de Mar.

      desde 55,00 €

      Excursión de dia completo a Costa Brava desde Barcelona

      Más excursiones desde Barcelona
      CONSULTE TODAS LAS EXCURSIONES DE UN DIAS SALIENDO DESDE BARCELONA

      Más excursiones desde Barcelona

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1. Departure from our terminal heading north. Crossing the fertile olive groves of Jaen, we arrive at the Despeñaperros Natural Park, the natural border between Andalusia and La Mancha. Stop at the visitor center and continue to Ciudad Real. Visit with a local guide, transfer to the hotel, dinner and accommodation.

    Day 2. After breakfast we travel through the footsteps of the knight Don Quixote, visiting emblematic places of La Mancha: Counsuegra, Campo de Criptana, Mota del Cuervo, Belmonte and Tomelloso. In the afternoon, arrival at the hotel in Ciudad Real, dinner and accommodation.

    Day 3. Breakfast at the hotel. Departure to the Tablas de Daimiel National Park. Visit this wetland unique in the world. We continue back to Andalusia. Arrival and end of our services.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 2 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - English speaking tour guide
    - Visits with local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

    Information about destination:

    Castilla-La Mancha is probably one of the most universally known regions of Spain, thanks to the adventures of Don Quixote de La Mancha.

    The "Route of Don Quixote", declared a European Cultural Itinerary, runs through the territory of the Castilla-La Mancha region following the adventures of the knight Don Quixote in the universal work of Don Miguel de Cervantes, The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quijote de La Mancha (1605). In this territory, we will cross plains of infinite horizons, old sales, villages with wide streets, crests with white mills, the largest vineyard in Europe and we will find a surprising nature garnished with lagoons and landscapes full of magic.

    Belmonte, was the birthplace of Fray Luis de Leon. It is a monumental complex of great interest, declared a town of tourist interest since 1968. One of the most important elements of the monumental complex of Belmonte is its walled enclosure, from the 15th and 16th centuries, which with the walls and gates communicates the town center with the castle; Several sections are preserved in perfect condition and several gates: the Chinchilla is the access to the city; that of Almudi, next to the Posito, that of Monreal or Toledo with a dressing room to the Virgen de la Estrella. But its most emblematic monument is its castle, built on a previous one from 1324, in a transitional Gothic style to Plateresque with Mudejar influence. It was restored by Eugenia de Montijo who used it as a residence.

    Also, of great beauty is its complex of the urban area, where the church of the collegiate of San Bartolome stands out, of great dimensions, built in Gothic-Renaissance style. Inside, thirteen chapels, the choir, the sacristy and the chapter house, a large collection of beautiful altarpieces, very interesting grille and endless works of art - sculpture, painting, goldsmith, books and documents - forming a museum of sacred art. It has two exterior doorways, one Gothic and the other Gothic-Renaissance.

    Mota del Cuervo, is known touristically as El Balcon de la Mancha (the Mancha’s balcony), is located in the center of Castilla-La Mancha, with an almost equidistant distance to all the provincial capitals of the region (except Guadalajara). It has been an important crossroads since ancient times, between the route that linked Toledo and then Madrid with Eastern Spain and the route between Cuenca and the south. Its most characteristic feature are its seven windmills that are located on the hill at whose feet the town sits; These, together with those of towns such as Campo de Criptana, Consuegra, Puerto Lapice or Alcazar de San Juan among others, give the typical image of Don Quixote’s La Mancha.

    El Toboso, is an emblematic town of the Cervantes universe since it was where Don Quixote's love, Dulcinea, lived. The Casa de Dulcinea, in addition to its literary value and being for Tobosinos the old residence of a historic and famous neighbor, Mrs. Ana Martínez Zarco de Morales, who is identified with the Dulcinea del Quijote, is a typically La Mancha workhouse from the 16th century, very well restored and decorated, with a rectangular floor plan and two heights, with a third in the central part as a tower. It has a stately doorway with two coats of arms and its interior is dedicated to a museum of ethnological value and daily use in traditional La Mancha life. The furniture is from the 17th century, contemporary with Don Quixote. In the courtyard we find one of the largest known oil presses in the province of Toledo, with a beam of more than fifteen meters; it also conserves a dovecote and a mill. It has been declared an Asset of Cultural Interest with the category of monument.

    Ciudad Real extends into Campo de Calatrava dominating its typically La Mancha, Quixotic and Christian condition. Alfonso X founded, in the Pozuelo Seco de Don Gil area in 1255, the Villa Real, it is therefore a medieval and Christian city par excellence as evidenced by its buildings and the vestiges of its origin. From this footprint of the thirteenth century we find the Puerta de Toledo, the only remaining part of the old wall, inside the city it was organized around three axes of which we still have samples. The Plaza Mayor, with the eclectic appearance of the different centuries that weaves it, preserves the Casa del Arco, the old town hall, of what was the civil and economic centre in the Middle Ages. The other vertex, the Cathedral of Nuestra Señora del Prado, dated at the end of the 13th century, was the religious area. The military center was the Alcazar, in the upper part and of what is now the Torreon. Submerged in this medieval and religious environment, convents, churches, hermitages ... flutter the spiritual aroma of different times.

    The Tablas de Daimiel are a practically unique wetland in Europe and the last representative of the ecosystem called river tables, once characteristic of the central plain of our Peninsula. It is a complex ecosystem that mixes the characteristics of a floodplain, produced by the overflows of the Guadiana and Gigüela rivers at their confluence, with that of a groundwater discharge area from a large aquifer. These overflows, favoured by the scarcity of slope in the terrain, are accompanied by the development of a powerful and characteristic vegetation cover that constitutes an exceptional habitat for all the fauna linked to the aquatic environment. With the declaration of the National Park, a great step was taken in the conservation of one of the most valuable ecosystems of La Mancha, thus ensuring the survival of the birdlife that uses these areas as wintering, staining and nesting areas, creating an Integral Zone of waterfowl.

     

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1: Pickup from Malaga airport, travel to the city of Cordoba and arrive at the hotel.  Spend the afternoon at leisure.  Dinner and overnight stay in Cordoba.

    Day 2: After breakfast we visit the most interesting places of Cordoba: the famous Jewish Quarter, the Synagogue and the fantastic Mosque-Cathedral.  In the afternoon we travel towards Granada, the jewel of Andalusia.  We enjoy a city tour with our bus before we visit the jewel of Al Andalus, the Alhambra.  We travel through the Albaicin and Sacromonte districts and have a beautiful view of the Alhambra by night.  Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay in Granada.

    Day 3: After breakfast we travel to Seville, the capital of Andalusia, where we take a city tour in our bus to enjoy the most beautiful places of the Andalusian capital, like the Maria Luisa GardensPlaza de España (Spain Square), Torre de Oro (Golden Tower) and the Giralda.  Then we visit the Barrio de Santa Cruz (the old Jewish Quarter of Seville) and the Cathedral.  Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay in Seville.

    Day 4: After breakfast we travel to Jerez de la Frontera, the land of horsesSherry and Flamenco.  In Jerez we enjoy a city tour on our bus.  Afterwards we walk through the Old Center of Jerez and visit a winery in order to learn about the production process of the famous Sherry wine.  Afterwards we continue towards Gibraltar.  The afternoon is spent at leisure, then arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 5: After breakfast we visit Ronda, one of the most beautiful towns in Andalusia.  We take a walk through the Old Centre to admire the Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) and the Alameda de San Carlos which provides beautiful views over the Sierras of Ronda.  We also visit the House of San Juan Bosco.  We then leave for Antequera where we walk through the Old Center and visit the City Museum and the Palace of Najera.  Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay in Antequera.

    Day 6: Breakfast and spend the morning at leisure until it’s time to leave for the airport. 

    End of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc. 
    - 5 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - Tour guide and local guides

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    ANDALUSIA has been referred to as the ‘bridge between continents’, ‘gate of Europe’, ‘melting pot of cultures’ or ‘meeting point between seas’. It occupies a strategic position and point of unification between Europe and Africa, where the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Seameet.  This land has been desired and cherished over the centuries and our prehistoric ancestors chose it as a perfect location for their settlements.

    Contrasts and diversity are the norm in Andalusia.  Landscapes and formations vary from the warm valley of the Guadalquivir to the green sierras and foothills and from the volcanic landscapes of the Desert of Tabernas to the white mountaintops of the Sierra Nevada.

    Centuries of history have left Andalusia with an immense artistic legacy. The Alhambra in Granada, the Mosque in Cordoba or the Giralda and the Old Town of Seville are monumental milestones of Humanity.  We also find precious examples of the artistic Andalusian life represented in the majority of villages and towns across the region.

    The brilliant architecture of the Islamic period, the time of the Renaissance and above all the Baroque period, the castlesfortresses andmonasteries spread all over Andalusia form a heritage of enormous importance.

    Andalusia was home to VelazquezMurillo and Picasso.  Paintings, sculptures, jewels, images and archaeological remnants are located in Cathedrals, Museums, Churches, Monasteries and Palaces all across the region – preserving the precious artefacts from a period of history which witnessed powerful artistic expression and development.

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    Day 1:  We leave our agreed departure point at the specified time and travel to the city of Salamanca.  We go to our hotel where we have dinner and stay overnight in Salamanca.

    Day 2: Breakfast is followed by a sightseeing tour of Salamanca.  We then take a walk through the Old Town where we visit (amongst others):  the Plaza Mayorhouse of Las Conchas, the new and old Cathedrals and of course the University.  We continue our journey onwards to the city of Avila and in the afternoon we take a walk through the Old Town.  After our walk we go to the hotel, have dinner and stay overnight in Avila.

    Day 3: After breakfast we visit Avila’s city wallsCathedralConvent of Santa Teresa de JesusGate of San Vicente or the Church of San Pedro.  We then make our return trip to the point of departure. 
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    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 2 hotel nights based on half board
    - Tour guide and local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

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    Salamanca’s old city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  It is the most important University City in Spain.  Its University is in fact the oldest in Spain and is world-renowned.  Salamanca is also famous for its artistic wealth: cathedrals, palaces, churches … all built by the most competent artisans in styles including Romanesque, Gothic, Plateresque and Baroque.  Our sightseeing tour is led by a local guide who introduces you to the essence of Salamanca.  The visit includes the Museum (Museo de Salamanca), the Plaza MayorHouse of the Conchas and also theCathedral.

    Avila is one of the cities with the highest number of Romanesque and Gothic churches.  It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the highest provincial capital in Spain.  This Castilian walled city is protected by the Sierra de Gredos mountain range.  Within the walls and its districts we find churches, convents, monumental buildings and small winding streets, all retaining the character of its history as one of the strongholds of the peninsula where medieval life flourished.  Avila was also a production centre for textiles.  Avila has a huge number of religious buildings, both inside and outside the city walls, which are connected with the life of the Holy Saint Teresa of Jesus.

    The Walls of Avila are much more than a device of war, they’re the keeper of the city’s history and secrets and have seen its people come and go with the passage of time.

    The b, dedicated to San Salvador, is a tourist attraction not to be missed.  After the Re-conquest, the people needed to fortify the city.  Thisfortress-cathedral combines battlements, merlons and lookout walks perfectly to create a unified and impressive structure.

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    Day 1. Departure from our terminal heading north, following the A7 highway – Mediterranean Motorway via Murcia and Alicante until reaching Valencia. We take a complete panoramic tour to get to know the highlights of Valencia. Transfer to hotel, dinner and accommodation. We recommend taking a night walk through the impressive City of Arts and Sciences, it is just 5 minutes-walk from our hotel.

    Day 2. After breakfast, we continue the route along the Mediterranean passing through Tarragona until we reach Barcelona. Panoramic tour to familiarize ourselves with the Capital of Catalonia. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and accommodation.

    Day 3. Breakfast at the hotel. We visit the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia built by the Barcelona architect Antoni Gaudi, a masterpiece of Catalan modernism. After the visit we will visit the Park Güell and continue with a walking tour of the centre of Barcelona (Ramblas, Gothic Quarter). Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 4. After breakfast we go on a full day excursion to visit the Montserrat Monastery and the Freixenet wineries, where they produce the famous cava. Return to Barcelona, ​​dinner and accommodation at the hotel. At night, we will attend the light and music show at the Magic Fountain of Montjuich.

    Day 5. Breakfast at the hotel. Free morning at your disposal in Barcelona. Optionally you can visit the FC Barcelona football field, the famous Camp Nou. After lunch time we headed south. Arrival at the hotel in Valencia, dinner and accommodation.

    Day 6. Breakfast. We travel along the famous Costa Blanca through world-known tourist enclaves: Gandia, Denia, Calpe, Benidorm or Alicante. Arrival at our terminal and end of services.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 5 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - English speaking tour guide
    - Visit of the Freixenet winery
    - Visits with local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

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    Take 6 days to discover the essence of the authentic Barcelona and its most impressive tourist places, guided by a team of professionals.

    Barcelona offers visitors the possibility of walking from the Roman ruins and the medieval city to the neighborhoods of Catalan modernism, with its characteristic buildings, its square blocks with sectioned edges, its tree-lined streets and its wide avenues.

    One of the most attractive places in the city are Las Ramblas, a promenade that runs between Plaza de Catalunya, the nerve center of the city, and the old port, where the famous statue of Christopher Columbus points with his arm not towards the continent that discovered in 1492, but in the opposite direction, towards Genoa, where it is believed that he may have been born.

    In the historic center, very close to Las Ramblas, we can find the Cathedral of Barcelona, the Plaza Sant Jaume which houses the buildings of the Generalitat de Catalunya and the Barcelona City Council, and the narrow but lively streets of both the Gothic Quarter and the Raval and Born.

    Barcelona is known as the capital of Modernism. The city, in which the architect Antoni Gaudi lived and worked, has the most relevant of his works. The most representative is the temple of the Sagrada Familia, which Gaudi left unfinished and which is still being built in the same way as cathedrals in the Middle Ages, with donations and private contributions, in addition to the income from the tickets, which they have converted the Sagrada Familia in the most visited monument in Spain. Other of Gaudi's best-known works are Park Güell, Casa Mila, also known as "La Pedrera", and Casa Batlló.

    Barcelona is undoubtedly the most cosmopolitan and economically most active city in Spain. Learn more about it with Pepe Tours.

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    Day 1. Departure at the agreed time from Roquetas de Mar. After several stops on route, to have breakfast, have a drink and use the services, we arrive in Carmona. Visit of Carmona, including the Alcazar, Puerta de Sevilla, Museum of the city, Puerta de Cordoba and the Roman Necropolis. In the afternoon, we continue to Cordoba. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and accommodation.

    Day 2. After breakfast we visit the ruins of the magnificent capital of the Caliphate of Cordoba, the famous Medina Azahara ("the bright city"). Through a video we will go back in time to discover the greatness and wealth of this magnificent city. Next, we visit the museum and also the archaeological site. In the afternoon, return to the city of origin. We follow the Route of the Caliphate, between Cordoba and Granada, through olive groves, castles and charming towns. Stop for lunch in Luque, an old railway station converted into an original restaurant. Arrival in Roquetas de Mar and end of our services.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 1 night in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - English speaking tour guide
    - Visits with local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

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    Sitting on the plain of the Corbones River, Carmona is a city that stands out for its monumentality and for the imprint of the different cultures that have populated it throughout its long history. Churches, palaces and walls are part of the important artistic heritage that houses its historic center, dominated by the imposing image of its fortress of Arab origin, the Alcazar del Rey Don Pedro. Populated since ancient times, Carmona has a long history that has seen the passage of the most diverse cultures. Thus, it was inhabited by Tartessians, to later become a Phoenician colony. Centuries later, Romans and Arabs settled in the area, civilizations that have left their particular mark on the rich monumental legacy that this Sevillian town hides. Of Roman origin is the walled enclosure, to which the gates of Cordoba and Seville, and the Amphitheater belong. So is its Necropolis (1st century BC), located on the outskirts of the city, which has hundreds of tombs and rich burial chambers carved out of the rock. Within the old walls, the old quarter of Carmona has managed to preserve its appearance of an Arab medina, with streets in which beautiful manifestations of civil and religious architecture appear. Mudejar-style houses, built between the 15th and 17th centuries, Renaissance and Baroque buildings appear at every step. Some illustrious buildings are the Aguilar palace, the Rueda palace or the Casa del Marques de las Torres, current headquarters of the city's Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum.

    The caliph city of Medina Azahara (Madinat al-Zahra - "the bright city"), was built at the desire of Caliph Abd-al Rahman III about 8 km outside of Cordoba in a western direction, more specifically, in Sierra Morena. It was designed to be the capital of a new province of the Caliphate of Cordoba but finally the looting of the city-palace led it to be remembered as Cordoba la Vieja (the Old Cordoba). Caliph Abd al-Rahman III was a great cultural promoter and a skilled politician who made his domains the most prosperous in the West of his time, only comparable to Baghdad and Byzantium. The Medina Azahara plan is almost rectangular. It was built on stepped terraces that took advantage of the slope of the mountain. Each terrace was separated from the others using walls that divided the city into 3 parts. The Royal Alcazar is located in the uppermost and the intermediate, while the lower area was reserved for houses and the mosque, built outside the walls. Remains of plinths, paintings and columns of the Composite and Corinthian style are still preserved. It is an unavoidable visit to walk through its 2 restored rooms. It was declared a National Monument in 1923 and World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2018. To complete the visit, the archaeological site has an interpretation center that serves as the starting point for the tour. The building is located underground, emulating an archaeological site, and has a museum collection on the most relevant periods of Medina Azahara. The visit to the interpretation center lasts about an hour, includes audiovisual projections and continues with the visit to the archaeological site (which is reached by bus from the same building).

    The Route of the Caliphate is an adventure of the spirit: from Cordoba to Granada, two twists in history, two unrepeatable moments, two golden centuries. Cordoba, the apogee, the blinding brilliance that made the other cities of the West pale. Granada, the refined terminal mannerism of a whole civilization put in check. And in between, the castles, the cities that were first posts or milestones of a more or less bumpy exchange, and later a camp and base to besiege Granada. This route is not just a history lesson. It is also an aesthetic enjoyment, an enjoyment of the senses. This route, which is part of the Routes of the Andalusian Legacy, is designated a Great Cultural Itinerary of the Council of Europe.

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    Day 1. Departure from our terminal to the interior of the Iberian Peninsula, crossing Spain from south to north. Along the way we make several stops en route. Arrival in Salamanca, dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 2.  Breakfast at the hotel. After a brief panoramic visit of Salamanca, we continue along the Via de la Plata, searching for the Galician Atlantic Coast. Arrival in Vigo, located in the middle of the estuary to which it gives its name, the southernmost of the Rías Baixas and undoubtedly the most beautiful, with very attractive beaches. Visit of Vigo and free afternoon to enjoy this natural beauty. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 3.  After breakfast, we will get to know the highlights of Galicia, its famous Rías Baixas. Through splendid landscapes we will arrive at Santiago de Compostela. Visit with a local guide. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 4.  Breakfast. The route continues north, through the Rías Altas of Galicia. We arrive in La Coruña. Panoramic visit and free afternoon in A Coruña. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 5.  After breakfast we travel towards the interior of Galicia towards the walled city of Lugo. We continue through León to Valladolid, located in the famous Ribera del Duero wine region. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and accommodation.

    Day 6. Breakfast. Departure back to Andalusia. We cross the lands of La Mancha, the olive groves of Jaen, until we reach our starting point. End of services.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 5 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - English speaking tour guide
    - Visits with local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

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    Galicia is a pleasure for the senses. The beautiful beaches, landscapes and incomparable sea views, a comfortable mild and moderate temperature and excellent gastronomy are just some of the reasons why Galicia is becoming increasingly popular as a destination for tourists.

    Galicia’s most important tourist attractions are: Rías Altas and Bajas, the Coast of Finisterre and beautiful cities like Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña and Vigo which are filled with history.

    Experience the Natural and Cultural Heritage of Galicia. It’s full of magical places, wild and protected. Filled with art, architecture, churches, cathedrals, historical art collections, libraries, museums, beaches, rivers, ethnographic parks, viewpoints, playgrounds and much more!

     

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    Day 1: We leave for Gibraltar from our office and drive along the coast to the town of La Linea de la Concepcion, making several stops along the way.  We then arrive at our hotel.  In the afternoon we drive to Gibraltar either to visit the town or to go shopping. Afterwards we return to the hotel for dinner and an overnight stay.

    Day 2:  After breakfast we visit the Rock of Gibraltar where we see the famous Barbary Macaque wild monkeys and there is also an optional visit to St Michael's Cave (or you can spend the time at your own leisure).  After this visit we return to the hotel, to subsequently start the return trip to Roquetas de Mar.  On our way back we make a stop in Puerto Banus, the marvellous marina which is home to many millionaires … here you can enjoy some free time and have something to eat. The return trip also follows the coast.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 1 hotel night based on half board
    - Tour guide

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

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    A beautiful trip along the Costa del Sol. Enjoy the marvellous views over the coast, Almuñecar, Malaga, Benalmadena, Marbella … and finally, meandering along the small streets of Gibraltar, observing the indigenous monkeys and feeling “on top of the world” on the top of the Rock.

    Puerto Banus used to be a small fishing village but nowadays it’s one of the most cosmopolitan villages of the Costa del Sol. It’s the most famous marina in the whole Mediterranean Sea, where international celebrities visit and famous yachts set anchor.

    Nearby is the city of Marbella, which was converted from a fishing village in the 1960’s into the most famous holiday resort in Spain, now visited by the Spanish and international ‘jet set’.   Marbella has a significant archaeological heritage and is the ‘historical centre’ of the Costa del Sol, now known all over the world.

    The steep al-yabal Tarik (the rock Tarik), as the Arabs called the Rock of Gibraltar, contains a large amount of caves which were used by the early inhabitants as places of refuge.  Further tunnels were dug out of the rock by its human inhabitants over the centuries.

    Nowadays, most of the Rock’s upper area is covered by a nature reserve which is home to many species of plants and animals, including of course the famous Barbary Macaque monkeys who try to prevail over their human counterparts!  At the foot of the Rock we find the Mediterranean Sea where dolphins circle the Rock.  It’s also a thriving business centre – business starts early in Gibraltar.  An assortment of cultures and styles meet here; it’s a very unique place on the Iberian Peninsula and is certainly a spectacular viewpoint over the African coast.

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    Day 1. Departure from our terminal in the direction of Granada. Before arriving in Guadix we will stop for coffee. We continue our trip and, upon arriving in Granada, we will take a walk through the famous Albaicin neighborhood, to go down to the center of Granada. Free time to go for tapas. Transfer to the hotel and room assignment. In the afternoon we will take a walk through the center of the city, towards the area of the Cathedral and the Royal Chapel with the possibility of visiting both monuments. We visit among others the old Arab baths, the Corral del Carbon, Alcaiceria (old silk market). Dinner at the hotel. After dinner we can optionally offer to attend a flamenco show in a cave in the famous Sacromonte neighborhood. Night in Granada.

    Day 2. After breakfast we leave our hotel and propose a visit to the Monastery of Nuestra Señora de la Asuncion, better known as La Cartuja. This monastery is one of the best examples of Spanish Baroque. There is also the possibility of visiting the Alhambra and Generalife. Following this visit there will be free time to enjoy the city center. After lunch we will return to the hotels in Almeria and end of our services.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 1 night in 4-star hotel based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - English speaking tour guide
    - Visits with local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to alter and modify the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

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    At the foot of Sierra Nevada, between the rivers Darro and Genil, lies one of the most interesting cities in eastern Andalusia: Granada, founded by the Romans under the name Illiberis. Later, in the 8th century AC., after the invasion of the peninsula by the Muslims, they gave it the actual name of Granada. The Catholic King and Queen reconquered the city in 1492 in order to complete the Reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula for Christianity. Queen Isabel of Castille received Christopher Columbus during the siege of the city and offered him the means to start his voyage to the West Indies.

    This troubled history left its footprints in Granada by means of palaces, churches and other buildings that proclame the rich cultural heritage of Granada. The monumental complex of Alhambra and Generalife, fortress, city and palace of the Nasrid Kings is world famous because of its beauty as of its impressive view offered to the visitors by its privileged situation. Within the complex we can also find the Renaissance Palace built by Emperor Charles V.

     In front of the Alhambra on another hill is situated the district Albaicin, a narrow and fascinating maze of little streets where white houses with patios are known as carmenes. Not far from the Albaicin is another emblematic district, Sacromonte. Known because of the caves where one can still enjoy the most pure flamenco shows.

     The city has one one of the largest cultural heritages of the country. Apart from the worldfamous Alhambra and the district of Albaicin, called by the UNESCO as Heritage of Humanity, Granada has a Cathedral in Renaissance style, whose construction was started in the sixteenth century and is considered to be the first of Spain in this style. Directly next door lies the Royal Chapel, built as a tomb for and by orders of the Catholic Kings. Many other churches can be found in the city, built by the Moors after the Reconquest, which gave birth to a unique style, known as Mudejar.

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    Day 1: We depart from our agency and travel to Ubeda.  After a short coffee break we start our walk through the Old Town of Ubeda and discover a monumental city full of history.  Worth mentioning are:  the square Plaza de Vazquez de Molina, considered to be one of the most beautiful squares in Spain with the collegiate Church of Santa Maria, the Palace Vazquez de Molina (nowadays the Town Hall) and the chapel of El Salvador.  In the afternoon we continue towards Baeza to visit this beautiful city, paying particular attention to:  the squares Plaza del Populo andPlaza de Santa Maria and Church Cathedral, the Palace of Jabalquinto and the Old University.    At the end of our journey we arrive at our hotel in Baeza.  Dinner and overnight stay in Baeza

    Day 2: After breakfast we start a unique trip through endless lands full of olive trees.  We stop at Puente del Obispo (Bishop’s Bridge) to visit the‘Culture of the Olive tree’ Museum. Then we continue to Jaen where we have leisure time to visit the Cathedral of Jaen.  Next we drive towards the impressive Castle of Santa Catalina, an Arabian fortress that dominates the city.  We stop here and have some leisure time to enjoy the beautiful views from the different viewpoints.  In the afternoon we return to our point of departure. End of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 1 hotel night based on half board (breakfast and dinner) 
    - Tour guide and local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

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    The cities of Ubeda and Baeza are both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They’ve retained the magic of 500 years ago and are therefore uniquely representative of the Spanish Renaissance.

    Surrounded by lands full of olive trees and situated by the river Guadalquivir, these two cities have kept their historic character.  Ubeda represents private architecture and civil power, whilst Baeza represents public architecture and religious power. The two most famous historical figures areFrancisco de los Cobos (Charles V’s secretary) and Andres de Vandelvira (his architect who designed great monuments in both cities).  Ubeda and Baeza are distinctive for their urban design and important buildings.

    Visiting Ubeda takes us on a journey into its important past, which has left behind indelible footprints of the splendour of yesteryear. Ubeda flourished during the Renaissance and its streets and squares were filled with PalacesMonasteriesWalls and Mansions.  In Ubeda we find the Square of Vazquez de Molina, considered to be one of the most beautiful in Europe.  It’s an open space where the most important monuments of the Renaissance are located:  the burial chapel of the Salvador del Mundo, undoubtedly one of the architectural jewels of the Spanish Renaissance and probably the most important private religious work of the sixteenth century, the Church of Santa Maria de los Reales Alcazares and the Palace of Juan Vazquez de Molina.

    From Baeza we can admire one of the most unique landscapes of Andalusia, a sea of olive trees.  Perched on a cliff, this magnificent city has a monumental skyline which is crowned by the tower of the Cathedral. Santa Maria Square is the monumental heart of this noble city, with theCathedral dedicated to ‘la Natividad de Nuestra Señora’, the Romanesque church ‘Santa Cruz’Town HallFountain of Santa Maria and theSeminar of San Felipe Neri with its picturesque façade, currently the seat of the International University of Andalusia.  The Palace House ofRubin de Ceballos is located behind the Cathedral. Following San Felipe Neri street we find the Palace of Jabalquinto (a good example of flamboyant gothic style), the old university which still has the classroom (‘aula’) where Antonio Machado used to teach and the noble auditoriumthat has retained its university character.

    Traditionally Jaen was a border town and a place to transit through.  For centuries in its history Jewish, Muslim and Christian people lived together in a peaceful co-existence of cultures.  Jaen’s history goes back to Prehistoric times and the origin of agriculture.  Jaen’s culture and economy is centred on the olive tree, the greatest resource of this region, which has enabled Jaen to become the World Capital of Olive Oil (which the locals sometimes refer to as liquid gold).

    Jaen’s Cathedral is one of the most important Renaissance-style cathedrals and is the largest monument in Jean. It was designed by the architectAndres de Vandelvira and was constructed on the same site where the great mosque stood.  It’s been an inspiration to the religious architects ofLatin America and aspires to obtain a UNESCO World Heritage Site listing.

    The Castle of Santa Catalina (St. Catherine’s Castle) is one of the most important legacies of the Spanish-Arabian culture in the region. This stronghold at the border of two kingdoms sits on a hilltop with the best view overlooking the city.  Inside the castle there is a centre which explains the history of this mighty fortress.

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    Day 1:  We depart from our terminal and travel to Jerez de la Frontera, the land of horses, Sherry and Flamenco.  Along the way we visit a bull and horse farm.  After our visit we arrive at the hotel, have dinner and stay overnight in Jerez de la Frontera.

    Day 2: After breakfast we go on a sightseeing tour through the city and then take a walk through the old town of Jerez.  The afternoon is yours to spend how you wish in the city.  Dinner and stay overnight in Jerez de la Frontera.

    Day 3: After breakfast we visit an authentic winery to learn how the Sherry/wine is made.  After our visit we return to our terminal.  End if our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 2 hotel nights based on half board (breakfast and dinner) 
    - Tour guide and local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

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    Jerez is an attractive city, situated in a fertile area between the sea and the mountains.  It has some important world famous tourist attractions which make it one of the most representative cities of Andalusia, namely:  horses, wine, brandy, Sherry and of course Flamenco!  These are inextricably linked with Andalusia and Spain and are defining features of this city.

    Jerez with its tradition and legacies has a lot to offer, including (but not limited to):  incredible horse shows, visits to its incomparable wineries, cathedrals where wine and brandy are born (where they silently mature and age), the most pure Flamenco, an old town declared a Monumental Art-Historic Complex (where churches, palaces and unique buildings can be seen through the orange trees), fountains on squares, streets, corners and many museums and information centres where the BullHorseFlamenco and Wine take centre-stage.

    From time immemorial the horse has been central to the identity of Jerez.  In the 15th century the monks of La Cartuja carefully selected and bred their horses over a long period of time to create the famous Carthusian horses, reaching the pinnacle of their breeding.  The Carthusian is extremely elegant and is considered by many breeders to be the purest strain of Andalusian (pure Spanish horse).  Today we can enjoy watching these noble animals with their riders in the beautiful horse shows which take place regularly in the City.

    The world famous Sherry is a result of the exceptional geographic situation, proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, the ‘tierras albarizas’ (chalky soil where the grapevines grow) and the variety of white grape known as ‘Palomino’.  The expertise of the wineries and the cathedrals where the wines mature in quietude patiently waiting to be consumed, make this unique Sherry possible.

    The preparation of the different wines is regulated and controlled by the ‘Consejo Regulador de la Denominación de Origen Jerez - Xerès – Sherry’ (The Regulatory Board of Denomination of Origin Jerez – Xeres – Sherry), this also covers the ‘Vinegar of Jerez’, the traditional ‘solera’-system (process for ageing by fractional blending with a set of barrels or containers) and the obtaining of young wines. The ‘Bodegas of Jerez’ are developed as spacious buildings with high gable roofs, which in the dim light guarantee a constant degree of humidity and temperature, essential for the preparation of the wine.

    Itinerario:

    Día 1: Salida de nuestras terminales. Llegada a la ciudad de Madrid y acomodación en el hotel. Disfrutaremos de una visita panorámica de la ciudad. Cena y alojamiento en el hotel.

    Día 2: Tras el desayuno visitaremos el barrio Madrid de los Austrias, el Palacio Real, km0, la Plaza Mayor, la Puerta del Sol y como no, la Almudena. A continuación disfrutan de tiempo libre. Cena y alojamiento en el hotel.

    Día 3: Tras el desayuno visitaremos el Museo del Prado, cuya pinacoteca es una de las mas importantes del mundo. Salida a la ciudad de origen. Fin de nuestros servicios.

    Nuestros precios incluyen:

    - Seguro de viajeros
    - Transporte en autobús
    - 2 noches de hotel en régimen de media pensión
    - Guía local y guía acompañante

    * Pepe Tours se reserva el derecho de alterar y modificar el itinerario y el orden de las excursiones por razones organizativas.

    Informaciones sobre destino:

    Capital de España, ciudad con carácter, con historia, ciudad urbana, dinámica y sin límites, así es Madrid. Recorra con nosotros calles donde cada fachada parece un monumento.

    Les presentaremos a la madrileña mas universal de todos los tiempos, mundialmente conocida, “La Cibeles”, diosa de la agricultura. Acompáñenos al interior del corazón del arte, el “Museo del Prado” que con mas de 9000 obras es considerada una de las más y mejores pinacotecas del mundo.

    La Puerta del Sol”, kilómetro cero (km0) de la Red de Carreteras Nacional, centro de todos los madrileños y testigo de la ingestión de millones de uvas en Las Campanadas de Fin de Año. “La Almudena”, patrona de Madrid y Catedral donde sellaron su matrimonio los Príncipes de Asturias. Y junto a la Catedral de la Almudena, el imponente “Palacio Real”, “La Plaza Mayor”, escenario de la antigua Villa y Corte. También nos vamos a solidarizar con el dolor de todos los españoles en la "Estación de Atocha".

    ¡No se resista a la tentación!, y ya sabe “De Madrid al Cielo”.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1: Departure from our terminals. Arrival to Madrid and accommodation at the hotel. We will enjoy a panoramic visit of the city. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 2: Breakfast. Visit the Madrid de los Austrias neighborhood, the Royal Palace, km 0, the Plaza Mayor, the Puerta del Sol and of course, the Almudena Cathedral. You’ll then enjoy some free time at your disposal. (Optional you can visit the Prado or Reina Sofia Museums). Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 3: We start the journey to Toledo, the ancient capital of Spain. We’ll enjoy a guided tour of Toledo, including the Cathedral and the historic center of Toledo. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 4: Breakfast. Panoramic visit of Toledo and then we admire the traditional crafts in a sword and armor workshop. Return to the city of origin. End of our services.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 3 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - English speaking tour guide
    - Visits with local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to alter and modify the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

    Information about destination:

    The dynamic city of Madrid, capital of Spain, has an abundance of character and history.  Its streets are resplendent with each building façade appearing as if it were a monument to behold.

    We acquaint you with the most famous woman of Madrid its entire history, namely ‘La Cibeles’ goddess of agriculture.  The El Prado Museum, with more than 9,000 works of art is considered to be one of the largest and best collections in the world and is certainly central to the artistic legacy and status of Madrid.

    The ‘Puerta del Sol’, zero kilometre (km 0) mark of the Network of National Highways (Red de Carreteras Nacional), is at the centre of Madrid and is one of its busiest places.  The square also contains the famous clock whose bells mark the beginning of the New Year when many people follow the old tradition of eating twelve grapes (which should be eaten before the bell finishes chiming!).

    La Almudena’ is the patron-saint of Madrid and this Cathedral is where the Prince and Princess of Asturias were married.   Next to the Cathedral is the impressive Palacio Real (the Royal Palace) and ‘La Plaza Mayor, the square which was the site for the old town and the government.

    Let us show you the wonders of Madrid.  There’s an old saying … “From Madrid to Heaven”.  Maybe it’s the architecture, history, vitality, or simply the magical combination of everything this amazing city has to offer.

    Toledo was the imperial capital of Charles V, and world famous for its swords. A city whose history is visible at all times and that lives off its legendary past, its imposing monuments and medieval souvenirs. A city chosen by painters as a model for inspiration.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1: We depart from our terminal and arrive at the hotel in Madrid.  We check in and then go on a sightseeing tour.  Dinner and overnight stay inMadrid.

    Day 2: After breakfast we visit the ‘Madrid of the Austrias’ (the Madrid of the Austrians i.e. Habsburgs) district, including the Royal PalaceKm. 0Plaza MayorPuerta del Sol and the cathedral, the Almudena.  Afterwards we have some leisure time.  Dinner and overnight stay in Madrid 

    Day 3: After breakfast we visit the El Prado Museum which is home to one of the most important collections in the world.  Return to our terminal.  The end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 2 hotel nights based on half board
    - Tour guide and local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

    More information:

    The dynamic city of Madrid, capital of Spain, has an abundance of character and history.  Its streets are resplendent with each building façade appearing as if it were a monument to behold.

    We acquaint you with the most famous woman of Madrid its entire history, namely ‘La Cibeles’ goddess of agriculture.  The El Prado Museum, with more than 9,000 works of art is considered to be one of the largest and best collections in the world and is certainly central to the artistic legacy and status of Madrid.

    The ‘Puerta del Sol’, zero kilometre (km 0) mark of the Network of National Highways (Red de Carreteras Nacional), is at the centre of Madrid and is one of its busiest places.  The square also contains the famous clock whose bells mark the beginning of the New Year when many people follow the old tradition of eating twelve grapes (which should be eaten before the bell finishes chiming!).

    La Almudena’ is the patron-saint of Madrid and this Cathedral is where the Prince and Princess of Asturias were married.   Next to the Cathedral is the impressive Palacio Real (the Royal Palace) and ‘La Plaza Mayor, the square which was the site for the old town and the government.

    Let us show you the wonders of Madrid.  There’s an old saying … “From Madrid to Heaven”.  Maybe it’s the architecture, history, vitality, or simply the magical combination of everything this amazing city has to offer.

    An excursion to suit everyone!

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1:  We depart from our terminal, take a trip along the coast and arrive at Ronda where we walk through the old town. We see the ‘Puente Nuevo’ (New Bridge) and the La Alameda de San Carlos avenue, where we have a beautiful view over the Sierras de Ronda.  We then visit theCasa de San Juan Bosco (San Juan Bosco’s house), after which we leave for Antequera.   We arrive at the hotel in Antequera where we have dinner and stay overnight.

    Day 2: After breakfast we visit the famous Dolmen of Antequera.  We take a walk through Antequera’s old town, visit the Municipal Museumand the Palace Najera.  We then have an opportunity to visit the wonderful Natural Park El Torcal de Antequera.   We then travel back our terminal (point of origin). 
    The end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc. 
    - 5 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - Tour guide and local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

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    This trip strikes a perfect balance between culture and nature.  We enjoy the beautiful architectural legacy (including the churchnew bridge over the river Tajo and the famous bullring of Ronda) and also a masterpiece of the natural world, namely the Peñon de los Enamorados (Rock of the Lovers) or the Torcal of Antequera.

    Ronda (which has a diameter of 40 km) is situated in the enormous Serrania de Ronda.  It’s located on top of a ravine which is 120 meters deep and 70 meters wide, in the heart of a surreal and remarkable landscape.

    The poet Rainer Maria Rilke wrote about Ronda: ‘I have searched everywhere the city of my dreams, and finally I have found it, in Ronda … There is nothing more unexpected in Spain then this wild mountain city.’

    Antequera is in the heart of Andalusia.  According to the famous Spanish Poet Gerardo Diego, it’s ‘the city of the white churches of Gongora’.  Located in the foothills and protected by the famous mountains of El Torcal of Antequera on one side and looking over the extensive fertile agricultural area of Vega, Antequera is a monumental city with an ancient history.

    Nature has provided Antequera with countless attractions.  The most important of all is the Torcal natural reserve, a unique place in Europe.  It contains millions of limestone rock formations created by the erosion of the calcareous rock.  Following the indicated route through this landscape, the first time you see the Torcal you will be astounded as your imagination conjures up different figures from the stone shapes.  This area is also home to a wealth of flora and fauna.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1. Departure from our terminal heading west along the A-92 motorway crossing Andalusia from one side to the other, enjoying breath-taking landscapes and learning about the cultural and historical heritage that the romans, phoenicians and moors left us. Arrival to Seville, capital city of Andalusia. We’ll enjoy a panoramic tour to discover its highlights and then, led by a local guide we’ll do a guided tour of the city centre. Transfer to hotel, dinner and accommodation.

    Day 2. After breakfast, we’ll head southward searching the blue of the Atlantic Coast. Our first stop will be at Jerez de La Frontera known worldwide thanks to its wine, the birthplace of flamenco and land of Andalusian horses. Upon arrival we’ll enjoy a guided tour of this magnificent city followed by a wine tasting in one of its world-famous wineries where you can learn the secrets and taste the famous Jerez wine (sherry). Our tour continues to Cadiz where our local guide awaits for us for an in-depth cultural visit of the oldest city in Western Europe founded by the Phoenicians in the 2nd century BC. Transfer to hotel, dinner and accommodation.

    Day 3. Breakfast at the hotel. Departure along the Costa del Sol. We’ll do a stop at Puerto Banus in Marbella. Free time at your disposal to enjoy the marvellous seaside resort or if you like shopping, note that Marbella is a shopper’s paradise as you will find every designer boutique you can imagine. Continue back to our terminal and end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 2 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - English speaking tour guide
    - Visit of a winery at Jerez
    - Visits with local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

    Information about destination:

    Seville is situated on the banks of the river Guadalquivir.  It possesses a rich Arabian legacy and the only river port in Spain, historically being a hub of commerce with the Americas.  It’s a joy to experience the hustle and bustle of the capital of Andalusia with its quaint little streets and square in the old town which comprises an interesting collection of buildings.  The old town contains no less than three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

    Seville Cathedral (consecrated in 1507) has, since its construction, been known as the Magna Hispalensis.  It’s the largest Gothic Cathedral and the third largest church in the world.   In 1928 the Cathedral was declared a National Monument and in 1987 it was registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.  It is home to many important archives and libraries, including the Colombina Library in the Patio de los Naranjos (the inner court of the orange trees). Its architectural features are the sum of   consecutive expansions and modifications since the initial construction on the site of the Great Mosque, built by the Almohades in the 12th century.  Nowadays the only remnants visible of the mosque are the Patio de los Naranjos and the minaret, the Giralda, where we have a wonderful view over the city.  The Cathedral contains many beautiful artworks.

    The Plaza de España (Spain Square) is built in a regionalist style (a mixture of art-deco within neo-mudejargothic and renaissance revival). The materials which are used are brick and ceramics.  Around the square are 48 alcoves, in alphabetical order, dedicated to the Spanish provinces, decorated with ceramic tiles representing historic scenes, together with the coat of arms and the map of the province.  A little river circles the square, with four bridges representing the four kingdoms of which the Spanish crown consisted:  CastillaLeonNavarra and Aragon.  Nowadays the buildings are the seat of different public offices, the civil and also the military government of Seville.

    Cadiz, with its 3,000-year-old history, is the most southern city in Europe.  It’s a maritime city, full of light.  The Walls of the Puertas de Tierra clearly separate the modern city from the old.  The old city is full of little streets, squares and typical places such as:  ‘La Viña’, the old fishermen district where you can try the famous ‘pescaito frito’ (fried fish); the ‘Mentidero’ district or ‘Santa Maria’ quarter famous for Flamenco singing (e.g. San Juan de Dios square) and the ‘El Populo’ district of the old medieval city.

    The old town is a historic centre where we find the most important monuments, the commercial district (ideal for shopping) and the ‘La Caleta’ beach with a road over the reef (flanked by the Santa Catalina and San Sebastian castles).  The new district has modern buildings, avenues, a Beach Boulevard as well as the beautiful beaches of La Victoria, Santa Maria del Mar and Cortadura.

    Cadiz is a lively city with a typical Andalusian character.  In order to really know Cadiz, you need to wander through its streets, taking time to talk to the locals, walk through the gardens and avenues, enjoy the atmosphere, the terraces and busy bars.

    Cadiz is the oldest continuously-inhabited city in Spain and indeed one of the oldest in southwest Europe.  Founded by the Phoenicians around 1,100 B.C. it was home to a plethora of cultures including the Greeks, Romans, Visigoths and Arabs.  King Alfonso X the Wise reconquered the City in 1262 and had a Cathedral built on the same site where the old Arabian mosque was previously situated.

    The city has a close association with Columbus as it was his departure point on his second and fourth voyages to discover America and also the point of return for his third voyage (he departed from San Lucar de Barrameda).

    During the 18th century Cadiz became one of the most important cities in Spain because of the creation of the ‘Casa de Contratacion’ for commerce with ‘The Indies’.  From then on it became a liberal, cosmopolitan city and one of the most important commercial centres in Europe.  These liberal ideas were secured in 1812, the year when the government was formed and the first Spanish Constitution was written, which made Cadiz the capital of Spain between 1810 and 1813.

    The most important (historically and artistically significant) buildings are located in the old town of Cadiz:

    - The Cathedral:  Neoclassic baroque from the 18th century.  The Cathedral museum contains many treasures.   The famous composer Manuel de Falla (born in Cadiz) is buried in the crypt.
    - The Church of Santa Cruz:  The old cathedral, first constructed in the 13th century.  Worth mentioning are the altarpiece of the main altar and the Genoese chapel.
    - The Chapel of the holy Felipe Neri: Construction started in the 17th century. The Main Altar is in Rococo style and contains a representation of the Immaculate Conception by Murillo.  This chapel was the seat for the government of Cadiz in 1812, where the first constitution was written.
    - The Pray Chapel of the Santa Coeval (1796) where we can see three paintings by Goya.
    - The Old Women Hospital of the 18th century has a beautiful inner court where a Via Crucis (stations of the Cross) of Flemish paintings can be admired, together with a Baroque staircase.  The church of the Hospital has a painting by El Greco.
    - The Church of San Agustin (1647) with interesting sculptures and paintings.
    - The Tower Tavira – Camera Oscura.
    Civil architecture worth mentioning:
    - The Walls with the so-called gates ‘Puertas de Tierra’ that date back to the 17th century.  Three older gates from the primitive city are:  the gate of la Rosa, gate of El Populo and gate of the Blancos.
    - The Royal Prison (converted into the actual Courthouse), considered to be the best neoclassic monument of the city.
    - The Palace of Los Mora, the House of the Admiral or the House of Las Cardenas are good examples of the city flourishing in the 18th and 19thcentury.
    - Strongholds of La Candelaria and los Martires
    - The Castles of San Sebastian and Santa Catalina
    - The Theatre Falla, new mudejar, of 1909, built where a wooden theatre used to be.
    - The Roman Theater, of larger dimensions.

    Information about the 2 day itinerary:

    Day 1: Departure from our terminal with lunch en route. Arrival at Seville. Sightseeing tour to enjoy the most beautiful locations in the Andalusian capital: the Maria Luisa ParkPlaza de EspañaTorre de Oro and the Cathedral & Giralda. Then we visit the Barrio de Santa Cruz. Departure to Cordoba and arrival at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in Cordoba.

    Day 2: After breakfast we visit the most interesting places in Cordoba: the famous district La Juderia, the synagogue and the fantastic Mosque-Cathedral. Departure for the return trip with lunch en route. Arrival and end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc. 
    - 1 hotel night based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - Tour guide and local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

    * An option for three days:  This roundtrip can also be organized as a three day tour to enjoy much more of the artistic heritage of Seville and Cordoba.  An extra night will be added in Seville so there will be more time to spend in the capital of Andalusia.

    Information about the 3 day itinerary:

    Day 1: Departure from our terminal with lunch en route. Arrival at Seville, check-in at the hotel. Sightseeing tour to enjoy the most beautiful locations in the Andalusian capital:  the Parque Maria LuisaPlaza de EspañaTorre de Oro and the Giralda. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay in Seville.

    Day 2: After breakfast we take a walk through the Barrio de Santa Cruz district. We then have leisure time enabling you to visit the Cathedral, or you have the option of taking a boat-trip along the river Guadalquivir. Departure to the city of Cordoba and arrival at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in Cordoba.

    Day 3:  After breakfast we visit the most interesting places in Cordoba: the famous district La Juderia, the synagogue and the fantastic Mosque-Cathedral. Departure for the return trip with lunch en route. Arrival and end of our service.

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    Travel with us to discover the Jewels of Andalusia, the beautiful cities of Seville and Cordoba!

    Seville is situated on the banks of the river Guadalquivir.  It possesses a rich Arabian legacy and the only river port in Spain, historically being a hub of commerce with the Americas.  It’s a joy to experience the hustle and bustle of the capital of Andalusia with its quaint little streets and square in the old town which comprises an interesting collection of buildings.  The old town contains no less than three UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

    Seville Cathedral (consecrated in 1507) has, since its construction, been known as the Magna Hispalensis. It’s the largest Gothic Cathedral and the third largest church in the world.   In 1928 the Cathedral was declared a National Monument and in 1987 it was registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It is home to many important archives and libraries, including the Colombina Library in the Patio de los Naranjos (the inner court of the orange trees). Its architectural features are the sum of consecutive expansions and modifications since the initial construction on the site of the Great Mosque, built by the Almohades in the 12th century. Nowadays the only remnants visible of the mosque are the Patio de losNaranjos and the minaret, the Giralda, where we have a wonderful view over the city. The Cathedral contains many beautiful artworks.

    The Plaza de España (Spain Square) is built in a regionalist style (a mixture of art-deco within neo-mudejargothic and renaissance revival). The materials which are used are brick and ceramics.  Around the square are 48 alcoves, in alphabetical order, dedicated to the Spanish provinces, decorated with ceramic tiles representing historic scenes, together with the coat of arms and the map of the province.  A little river circles the square, with four bridges representing the four kingdoms of which the Spanish crown consisted:  CastillaLeonNavarra and Aragon.  Nowadays the buildings are the seat of different public offices, the civil and also the military government of Seville.

    Cordoba, situated inland in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, is where the past and present meet. This ancient city, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has an extensive and culturally diverse historic legacy and it has the second largest old town in Europe.  No other city can boast that it was the capital of Hispania Ulterior under the Roman Empire and the capital of the Caliphate of the Omeyas. This made the city one of the most developed and sophisticated in medieval Europe.  In addition to its beauty, Cordoba was a centre for intellectuals pursuing knowledge and science and thus gave birth to individuals such as Seneca, Averroes and Maimonides.

    The old town of Cordoba comprises a network of little streets and squares, with white patios situated around the Mosque Cathedral, reflecting the importance of the medieval city.  Cordoba’s fame spread as a result of its brilliant architecture and wealth. The ‘Forrest of Pillars’ (there are about a thousand), situated on a visigothic basilica, is one of its biggest attractions.  Nowadays the Mosque and Cathedral form a unique architectural space, as after the re-conquest the idea surged to build a gothic cathedral inside the mosque. Over the years plateresque and baroque elements have been added, so in the present day we can see architectural features such as barrel vaults alongside verses from the Quran.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1: We depart from our terminal at the designated time and arrive at Segovia.  We then enjoy a sightseeing tour, after which we go to our hotel to check in.  Dinner and overnight stay in Segovia.

    Day 2: After breakfast we visit the Alcazar of Segovia.  We then take a walk through the old town and see many interesting places including the Roman aqueduct.  After our walk we continue our journey onwards to Toledo, the old capital of the peninsula.  When we arrive at Toledo we go on a sightseeing tour through the city.  This is followed by a visit to a sword and armour workshop, where they also make and sell many other traditional handicrafts, for example: dishes, jewels, pins, vases and much more.  We then go to the hotel.  Dinner and overnight stay in Toledo.

    Day 3: Breakfast is followed by a visit to the famous Cathedral of Toledo and a walk through the old town. Afterwards we make the return trip to our terminal. The end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 2 hotel nights based on half board (breakfast and dinner) 
    - Tour guide and local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

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    Segovia and Toledo are two of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Spain and have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.  Their history is extensive … Celts, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and the Christian Kings all left their footprints behind in these two amazing cities.

    Segovia is the city where the Catholic Queen Isabella was crowned in 1474.  The Cathedral of Segovia is a construction of impressive beauty.  It was built in late Gothic style and has an impressive Renaissance bell tower 88 meters high.

    The Alcazar of Segovia is one of the most distinctive castle-palaces in the whole of Spain (and was one of the inspirations for Walt Disney’s Cinderella Castle).  Its origins were as a Roman and then Arab fort and in the Middle Ages it was one of the favourite residences of the monarchs of Castile.

    The Aqueduct of Segovia, one of the most impressive aqueducts in history, runs through the city.  It’s a legacy of the Roman era and is one of the most significant and best-preserved ancient monuments in the region.

    Toledo, the imperial city of Charles I, is a traditional steel making centre and is world-famous for its swords.  Its legendary past is clearly visible today; it’s a city of impressive monuments and medieval souvenirs.   Painters seeking inspiration looked to Toledo.  Toledo Cathedral is a beautiful 13th century high gothic Cathedral constructed from white limestone.

    Travel with Pepe Tours to discover these surprising and marvellous historic cities.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1: We leave from our terminal and travel towards Valencia.  During our journey we stop for breakfast and lunch.  Upon arrival in Valencia we enjoy a sightseeing tour on our bus.  In the afternoon we arrive at the hotel and check in.  Dinner and overnight stay in Valencia.

    Day 2: After breakfast we take a walk through the ‘Ciudad de las Artes y Ciencias’ (City of Arts and Sciences).  We then have leisure time to visit the Oceanographic Museum which is the largest maritime museum in Europe.   We also have leisure time in the afternoon to visit the old town of Valencia, the so-called Ciutat Vella, or spend the time as you wish.   We return to the hotel.  Dinner and overnight stay in Valencia.

    Day 3: Breakfast is followed by a visit to La Ciudad de la Porcelana (City of Porcelain) with a local guide. In the afternoon we travel back to our terminal.  The end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 2 hotel nights based on half board (breakfast and dinner) 
    - Tour guide and local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.

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    Valencia is a city, unlike many others, which is able to seamlessly meld the remains of its distant past (going back to 138 B.C.) with the most innovative and cutting-edge buildings of the new millennium.

    Valencia has always been the ‘gate of Spain’ because of its geographic location facing the Mediterranean Sea.  It has, like all ports, a certain charm.  Walking through the city streets and passing by its walls you get a strong sense of the centuries of history.  The Roman Forum, established by Julius Brutus, is located on the Plaza de la Virgen and this is where the origin of Valencia lies.

    The City of Arts and Sciences (Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias) is the most important modern tourist destination in Valencia, inaugurated in 1998.  It is the largest entertainment-based cultural and architectural complex in Europe at 350,000 m2, certainly a good reason to visit Valencia!   This large open space (about 2 km long) situated on the old riverbed of the Turia, provides countless opportunities for its visitors: to amuse, teach, stimulate, participate, learn about culture and also have fun.

    Two Spanish architects (who are internationally famous) contributed greatly to the wonderful architecture of Valencia.  Santiago Calatrava (born in Valencia) was architect for the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, the Hemisfèric, the Museum of Science Príncipe Felipe, the Umbracle and theÁgora.  Félix Candela was responsible for the unique roofs of the main buildings of the Oceanographic Museum (built in the shape of a water lily).  Their design unifies the interior and exterior of the building creating a harmonised construction of exceptional beauty.

    The Oceanographic Museum (L´Oceanogràfic) is the largest oceanographic aquarium in Europe.  It’s an impressive space where we can explore the depths of the oceans.  It is home to over 500 different species including dolphins, starfish, sea urchins, seals and penguins.

    L´Hemisfèric is a building in the shape of a giant human eye.  It’s an Imax CinemaPlanetarium and Laserium.

    The Museum of Sciences Principe Felipe is an interactive science museum, a fascinating place where you can learn new things a very different way.  It currently has the largest exhibition space in Spain.

    The City of Porcelain (La Ciudad de la Porcelana), situated in Tavernes Blanques, near Valencia, is a spectacular 100,000 square metre complex where the creations of Lladró are born.  The Lladró Museum is an unforgettable experience.  On a guided visit to the workshops of theCiudad de la Porcelana, the artists themselves show us the whole process of manufacturing porcelain objects.

    The Historic Collection of Lladró Porcelain consists of objects that have been withdrawn from the commercial catalogue, so it’s a privilege see them.  The exhibited works include those from the early 1950’s (when the Company began) up to the 1990’s.  The selected works are exhibited in the collection because of their artistic quality and historic significance.  The images show the history of the brand, a collection of the most characteristic pieces representing the different styles and materials from which they are made.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1. Departure from our terminal to the Port of Almeria. Administrative procedures to check-in and board the ferry to cross the Sea of Alboran to North Africa. Arrival in Melilla, transfer to the hotel and accommodation.

    Day 2. Breakfast at the hotel. Accompanied by a local guide, we'll make a comprehensive visit of Melilla including the fortified area and modern areas. Afternoon free at your disposal. Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.

    Day 3. After breakfast we cross the border to enter Moroccan territory. We will visit Alhucemas and the Penon de Velez. Return to Melilla and transfer to the port to take the night ferry back to Spain. Night on board.

    Day 4. Arrival at the Port of Almeria, we’ll take the bus to return to the departure point. End of services.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 2 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - 1 night on board of a ferry
    - English speaking tour guide
    - Visits with local guides

    * Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organizational reasons.

    Information about destination:

    One city combines all the mystery of Africa with the history of Spain.  It’s a small but great city which is a window through which we can see two continents.  We are of course referring to Melilla, for more than 500 years a Spanish enclave on the Mediterranean coast in Northern Africa.  It’s a place where travellers who enjoy discovering the unknown will find an exotic holiday full of open-air cultural activities.

    From the charm of the ancient walls of its citadel, to the explosion of colours of its modern architecture, Melilla, which has more than 900 Modernist and ‘Art-Deco’ buildings, offers its visitors an immense amount of reasons to walk through its streets.  The proximity of the sea and the tastes of four cultures can be observed in an exquisite gastronomy and in a variety of customs and artistic expressions.

    Melilla ‘la Vieja’ or ‘The Village’ as the people of Melilla call this district (also known by many as the Citadel) contains the old fortress.  Construction started in the 15th century on the rock that served as a settlement for the old Rusadir of the Phoenicians and the Romans.  It was destroyed a couple of times and then reconstructed as a result of the invasions of Vandals and Arabs, or the internal battles of the Berbers

    The old fortress consists of four parts, separated by a trench.  The first three run into the sea, the fourth is on the continent.   It’s worth mentioning that the Fortresses of Rosario and Victoras are located here and this is where the shots from the cannon ‘El Caminante’ determined Melilla’s boundaries.  Our visit starts with the fourth part of the fortress which is the most modern and we work our way back through time in chronological order to arrive at the oldest, the first part.

    The modern city of Melilla has a particular charm.  As we leave the 19th century city behind us, our walk begins at the beautiful ‘Plaza de España’ square with the Palace of the Asamblea’ built by Nieto in Art-Deco style. The ‘Plaza de España’ possesses a certain magnetism as it’s at the centre of Melilla.  Walking around the square we arrive at the Casino Militar and the Banco de España, two buildings which are symbolic of the city.  It’s interesting to continue the walk through the street of the Reina Victoria (at present Heroes de España) district, known as the ‘Golden Triangle’.

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