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

    Photos from Morocco, click here.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1. We depart from our terminal and travel towards Tarifa. We cross by fast ferry to Tangier and pass through Morocco’s border control (please note you need a valid passport). After we arrive at Tangier we continue onwards to Meknes. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 2. After breakfast we leave for Erfoud and arrive at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 3. Breakfast and an optional excursion to the Dunes of Merzouga. Return to Erfoud.

    Day 4. After breakfast we leave for Tinghir (oasis) and visit the Valley of Todra. After our visit we go to our hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 5. Breakfast and departure to visit the Valley of Dades. Arrival at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 6. After breakfast we travel to Zagora which is situated in the Valley of Draa (the largest oasis in Morocco). Arrival at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 7. After breakfast we journey to Marrakech along the Mountain Pass Tizin Tischka (2,260 metres.) Arrival at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 8. Breakfast is followed by a visit to the city of Marrakech, after which we leave for Casablanca. We make a short visit to the Mosque of Casablanca (external view only). Arrival at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 9. After breakfast we go on a sightseeing tour of Casablanca. We then travel towards Tangier via Rabat. Arrival at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 10. Breakfast is followed by the transfer to Tangier harbour where we cross back to Tarifa by ferry. We then return to our terminal. The end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 9 hotel nights on half board (breakfast and dinner) 
    - Tour guide and local guides
    - Tickets for the ferry Spain – Morocco - Spain

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

    More information:

    ‘The Thousand Kashbahs’ is the name of a route that runs through the south of the High Atlas Mountains along a series of fortresses. Sometimes they are real fortress-villages, made of adobe with towers and battlements and decorated with bricks. They are situated in a spectacular landscape of deserts and mountains in various shades of red and ochre. Rivers create ravines that transform into fertile valleys or into an oasis with green palm trees.

    The old Kasbashs possess a seductive attraction. The powerful contrasts of the landscape are thrilling and the light and tranquillity fill one’s soul with a sense of peace and calm. You can understand why this is one of the most popular and most attractive routes in the whole Morocco.

    Erfoud is a city built in one of the most vital oases of Morocco. Nearby is Rissani, with important historic monuments and the ruins of Sijilmassa, a legendary medieval city that controlled the main route through the Sahara.

    The Dunes of Merzouga have dimensions of about 22 km from north to south and about 5 km from east to west at the widest point. The highest dunes are in the north, with a height of 884 meters. In the middle of the dunes there are several small oases where water appears if one digs a little. They are the most beautiful dunes of Morocco, especially as they change their colour, from orange to gold and then to red. The film ‘The Mummy’ was made here.

    Tinerhir is an important city situated between the Tafilalet and the Draa. Built on terraces and crowned by the old Kashbah of Glaoui, it is surrounded by a hill in the important oasis of Todgha where there’s also a palm tree forest, olive trees, orange trees and other fruit trees. The privileged situation, the area’s beauty and excellent hotel facilities make it an important reference point for travelling through the region. To the north in the direction of Er Rachidia, is the Precipice of Todgha.

    Ouarzazate (sometimes referred to as the door of the desert) is the departure point for excursions through the Valleys of the Draa, the Dades and the Sous and to Zagora, Erfoud and Tineghir. Ouarzazate is also an important centre for tourists and artisans. Amongst the places of interest are the Kashbah of Taourirt (which was in ancient times the residence of the Pasha of Marrakech) and the artisan centre where you can find carpets and workshops where objects of stone and ceramics are made and sold.

    The Valley of the Draa is almost 200 km long and although it’s a classic tourist destination in Morocco it’s still completely authentic. Palm trees and horticultural areas are interrupted by the presence of kasbahs and ksour made of adobe. Hidden within walled villages which have retained their original architecture, we find terraced roofs and balustrades decorated with arches.

    The city of Zagora is called ‘The Gate of the Desert’ and it’s a mandatory stage of one’s journey in order to travel into the far south. At the end of the main street (where the majority of the shops are located) you’ll see the famous sign, ‘to Timbuktu 52 days by camel’.

     

    Photos from Morocco, click here.

    Photos from Morocco, click here.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1. We depart from our terminal and travel towards Algeciras or Tarifa. We cross the water by ferry to Ceuta or Tangier where we pass through border control. We continue our trip towards Rabat (the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco) and visit the city with a local guide. After we’ve concluded our visit we arrive at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 2. After breakfast we travel to Marrakech via Casablanca where we’ll stop for a short visit next to the second greatest mosque in the world. When we arrive at Marrakech, we’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour through the city before going to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 3. Breakfast is followed by a visit with a local guide to Marrakech which is also known as the red city. We’ll discover the charm of this most enchanting city in Morocco before we return to the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 4. Breakfast and then departure to Meknes for a visit with a local guide. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 5. Breakfast and then a daytrip to Fes to visit the city with a local guide. In the afternoon we return to Meknes. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 6. After breakfast we leave for Tangier where we visit the city with a local guide. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 7. After breakfast we depart for Tangier harbour and our subsequent return trip to Algeciras. Return trip to our terminal. The end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 6 hotel nights based on half board (breakfast and dinner) 
    - Tour guide and local guides
    - Tickets for the ferry Spain – Morocco - Spain

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

    More information:

    Morocco is an Islamic country so full of mysticism that it looks like it moves on a flying carpet between myth and reality. Tangier, Fez, Casablanca, Marrakech… simply the mention of these city names is sufficient to conjure up a recollection of the rich aroma of spices, the sights, sounds, tastes, a sensory banquet even for the most experienced travellers.

    Fez was the first of the Imperial Cities to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site (in recognition of its cultural heritage). The city was established in the 8th century and was also the first city for Islamic religion in Morocco. It has one of the oldest universities in the world, even older than the Sorbonne in Paris. The city is built on hilly ground which makes the view over Fez very similar to the view over the city of Rome Fez is really formed by two cities, Fez el Bali, the old (established in the 8th century by Moulay Idriss) and Fez el Jedida, the new (established in the 13th century by the Merinies).

    Meknassa of the Olive Trees (azeitun is the origin of the Spanish word aceituna, olive), is a Berber settlement of the 9th century, however Meknes reached its peak during the government of Moulay Ismael, who converted it into the capital. This sultan, contemporary of Philip IV, embellished Meknes by giving it city walls, monumental gates, gardens, mosques, fortresses and its first palace, Dar Kebira. The result is one of the most monumental cities of Morocco.

    Marrakech is a favourite for Spanish travellers and the international Jet Set. Yves Saint Laurent, Omar Sharif and Alain Delon have been regular visitors. Marrakech holds a certain seduction and in the past its name was the origin for the name of the country. It’s impossible to mention all of the places and monuments in this amazing city, so we’ve selected the most important ones for you, namely: the majestic Koutoubia (sister tower of the Giralda in Seville) and the Jemaa El Fna square (a UNESCO world heritage site in recognition of its cultural legacy).

    Casablanca is so much more than the city forever associated with the classic film starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. It is Morocco’s largest city in population and is also the largest port. It’s the economic, financial and industrial capital of the country. Casablanca represents the country’s development and is the most modern city in the country. At first sight it doesn’t appear to be a resplendent city like the other Imperial Cities, however in its interior it holds a treasure trove, such as delightful art-deco architecture.

    Rabat, the capital of Morocco since 1912, is an elegant and quiet city, contrasting with its past. It’s open spaces towards the ocean make Rabat a pleasant city to enjoy.

    Few cities have the allure of Tangier - it has since time immemorial possessed a certain attraction. Painters (Matisse, Delacroix, Francis Bacon), writers (Tennessee Williams, Samuel Beckett, Truman Capote, Paul Bowles), multimillionaires (Barbara Hutton, Malcolm Forbes) and musicians like Igor Stravinsky all fell in love with this city and contributed towards its global fame. Tangier continues to enchant travellers from all over the world who are drawn to this legendary city.

    Photos from Morocco, click here.

    Pictures of Portugal, click here.

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    Day 1. Departure from our terminal. We travel along Seville until we reach Faro (Portugal), the capital of the Algarve. We arrive at the hotel and check-in. In the afternoon we go on a sightseeing tour (accompanied by a local guide) including a walk through the Old Town and a visit to the Iglesia de Oro (the Golden Church). Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 2. After breakfast we set off for Lisbon. We reach Lisbon by travelling across the Vasco da Gama Bridge which is the longest bridge in Europe (more than 17 km long). We arrive at the hotel and check-in. In the afternoon we go on a sightseeing tour with a local guide and visit the district of Alfama, the Tower of Belem and the Monastery of Jeronimos. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 3. After breakfast we go on a half day excursion through Lisbon’s surrounding area and visit the villages of Sintra, Cascais and Estoril. We then spend the afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 4. After breakfast we drive towards Almada along the ‘25th of April Bridge’ which is the longest suspension bridge in Europe. We visit the famous Sanctuary of Cristo Rey, situated at a strategic viewpoint giving us the best view of the river Tagus and the city of Lisbon. We continue towards Tavira, also known as the Venice of the Algarve. After a sightseeing tour on the bus, we visit to Old Town. We arrive at the hotel in the afternoon. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Dag 5: After breakfast we start the return trip to our terminal. Arrival and the end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus
    - 4 hotel nights 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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    There’s always a reason to visit PORTUGAL regardless of the season, length or reason for the trip. Travelling through Portugal you can enjoy landscapes, cities, coasts, villages, forests and mountains, Portugal has it all. It’s a small country but is extremely diverse: from green valleys and high mountain ranges in the north to warm welcoming beaches, vast estates with olive and oak trees in the south. Our visit allows us to: spend leisurely time in the hidden countryside, discover the historical streets of Lisbon, make an escape to Evora, wander through the rocky Serra da Estrela and enjoy a bottle of the prestigious Port wine.

    The south coast of Portugal is a favourite holiday destination for tourists and has beautiful beaches and good sports facilities. Here the water is warmer and calmer (characterising the Algarve) and the region extends from the border to the Cabo San Vicente. In 1755 Faro, the capital of the Algarve, was destroyed by an earthquake and only a few remnants of the old town are left. Lagos has historical shipyards. Sagres has a 17thcentury fortress and is also the industrial centre for lobster fishing. Cabo San Vicente is the most south-western point of the European continent.

    Lisbon (Portugal’s capital) is situated on the bank of the river Tagus which flows into the Atlantic Ocean. It’s one of the few European capitals with a river and sea. The Praça do Comércio (commerce square) looks out onto the Tagus estuary. Lisbon is the oldest city in Western Europe and therefore has a long history of receiving many visitors, culminating with the period of the Discovery voyages. This is why many beautiful ‘manuelino’ (late Gothic) monuments can be found in and around Lisbon, like the Tower of Belem and the Monastery of Jeronimos. Not to be forgotten are the picturesque medieval districts of Alfama and Moreira, crowned with the Castle which, together with the Barrio Alto opposite, merge together in the Baixa Pombalina (Pombaline lower town).

    The Tower of Belem, in manuelino style, was built between 1515 and 1519 and is the work of Francisco de Arruda. In 1983 UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site. The tower is situated at the mouth of the river Tagus its initial purpose was to defend the city. Later the tower was converted into a Customs Office and lighthouse.

    The Monastery of Jeronimos (it’s Porguguese name being Mosteiro dos Jeronimos) is close to the Tower; these two sites are the most important in Lisbon. In 1983 Unesco declared the Monastery a World Heritage Site. Designed by the architect Diogo de Boitaca, its construction started on 6th January 1501 and finished at the end of the 16th century. The predominant style is the manuelino style (a richly ornate architectural design) and it was built to celebrate the return of Vasco da Gama from the Indies. There’s a story about where the monastery is situated - on the spot where the Ermida do Restelo (Hermitage of Restelo) stood which is the church where Vasco da Gama and his men spent the night in prayer before departing on their expedition to the Orient in 1497.

    Close by is the Padrão dos Descobrimentos (Monument to the Discoveries) which is 52 meters high and was founded in 1960 to celebrate the 500th birthday of one of Portugal’s most important explorers, Prince Henry the Navigator, the discoverer of Madeira, the Azores and Cape Verde. The monument comprises a group of sculptures which form the bow of a caravel (sailing ship). The principal statue is of Henry the Navigator and on either side of the ramps are 33 historical figures who played a part in the great discoveries of Portugal.

    The 25th of April Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in Europe, measuring 2,277 metres long. The bridge consists of two levels, the upper level for vehicles and the lower level (added in 1999) for trains. After a construction period of 45 months the bridge was opened for traffic on 6thAugust 1966 and was named the Salazar Bridge. After the Carnation Revolution of 25th April 1974, the bridge received its current name. The bridge was built by the same company that built the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco (the American Bridge Company) and for this reason a comparison between the two bridges is often made.

    The Vasco da Gama Bridge is the longest bridge in Europe with a total length of 17.2 km. It was built because of the Universal Exposition of 1998 (Expo ’98). On foggy days it’s impossible to see the other side because of its length. The Bridge was opened in 1998 and was named after Vasco da Gama, the most important Portuguese navigator. It commemorates the 500 years since Vasco da Gama’s arrival at the Indies in 1498. The construction of this bridge became more and more important as an alternative to the 25th of April Bridge which was until then the only way to travel from south to north Portugal. It took 3,300 workers and 18 months to complete its construction.

    As we walk through the streets of Tavira we’re witness to the various periods of history that have determined the landscape and culture of this city. At the heart of the historical centre (Vila-a-Dentro) we encounter evidence of the origins of the city. Within only a couple of hundred metres we find remains from its ancient history such as the ritual pits and Phoenician and Islamic walls, towers of adobe, an ‘almohade’ district, gothic period gates with pointed arches, features from the Renaissance (like the Iglesia da Misericordia) and buildings in baroque style.

    Tavira is proud of its past. It has an extensive religious legacy, an important array of landscapes (from the mountains to the little islands, from the chasms to the river Gilao and the Ria Formosa) and its own style of gastronomy. Visiting Tavira is without doubt a superb cultural experience.

    Pictures of Portugal, click here.

    Photos from Morocco, click here.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1: Transfer from Madrid airport to the hotel and check-in. Leisure time followed by dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 2: After breakfast we’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour and drive along the Museum of El Prado, Park El Retiro, Gate of Alcala, the monumental bullring Las Ventas, Paseo de la Castellana and stadium Santiago Bernabeu, Square of Los Cibeles, Gran Via, Plaza de España, Temple of Debod, Palacio Real, Cathedral of la Almudena and the Puerta del Sol, amongst others. We will then continue towards Cordoba. After we arrive at the hotel you can spend time at leisure (or another activity). Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 3: After breakfast we’ll visit Cordoba’s most interesting places: the famous district, the Juderia, the synagogue and the fantastic Mosque-Cathedral. In the afternoon we drive to GRANADA, the jewel of Andalusia. We’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour and then visit the pearl of Al-Andalus, the Alhambra. In the evening you have the option of enjoying a flamenco show in a typical tablao flamenco, a walk through the Albaicin and Sacromonte districts and a panoramic view of the Alhambra by Night. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 4: After breakfast we drive to Seville, the capital of Andalusia. We’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour of the most beautiful places in the city: the Maria Luisa Park, Plaza de España, Torre de Oro and the Giralda. Then we’ll visit the district of Santa Cruz and the Cathedral. After we arrive at the hotel, we’ll have dinner and an overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 5: Breakfast and departure to Algeciras. We cross the Strait of Gibraltar by Fast Ferry, go through border control and travel to Fez. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 6: After breakfast we visit the great Medina or Old Town of Fez (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). We walk through the small streets; visit the most typical districts, such as the markets, the zocos and the different medersas. We spend the afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 7: After breakfast we’ll go on a sightseeing tour through Meknes and see the gate of Bab Al Mansur, without doubt the most beautiful in Morocco. We’ll then travel to Marrakech and arrive at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 8: After breakfast we begin our city visit. We will see the Mosque Koutoubia from the outside (twin sister of the Giralda in Seville), the Saadian Tombs and the unique D’Jamaa el Fna Square, gathering point for all kinds of picturesque figures of the city: storytellers, snake charmers, musicians and dancers. You have the afternoon to spend at your leisure. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 9: After breakfast we travel to the mythical Casablanca for a sightseeing tour and a stop at the Great Mosque Hassan II, a masterpiece of modern Moroccan architecture. In the afternoon we continue onwards to Rabat. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 10: Breakfast and then a visit to the city of Rabat, the capital of Morocco. We’ll see the Royal Palace, the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, the ruins of the old Mosque and the Hassan II tower. In the afternoon we’ll drive towards Tangier. After a sightseeing tour through Tangier we will arrive at the hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 11: Breakfast and transfer to Tangier or Ceuta harbour for the return ferry crossing to Spain. We’ll complete border formalities and then transfer to Madrid. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 12: Breakfast and time at leisure until departure time. Transfer to the airport and return flight to the airport of origin. The end of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 11 hotel nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
    - Tour guide and local guides
    - Tickets for the ferry Spain – Morocco - Spain

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

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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 Sea meet. This land has been desired and cherished over the centuries by numerous peoples and cultures and our prehistoric ancestors chose it as a perfect location for their settlements.

    For almost eight centuries the Muslims occupied the Iberian Peninsula which is why their legacy, the ‘andalusi’ forms a pervasive part of Spanish and Mediterranean culture. Andalusia’s ancient history has left behind the enormous heritage and artistic legacy which we enjoy today. The historic monuments of The Alhambra of Granada, the Mosque of Cordoba or the Giralda and Old Town of Seville are milestones of humanity; although we also find precious examples of the artistic Andalusian life represented in the majority of villages and towns across the region.

    Our trip takes us to Granada (the Nasrid Capital) and the Alhambra (the most prized jewel of Spanish Islamic culture) and Cordoba the capital of wisdom of the Islamic West during the period of the Caliphate.

    Morocco is an Islamic country so full of mysticism that it looks like it moves on a flying carpet between myth and reality. Tangier, Fez, Casablanca, Marrakech… simply the mention of these city names is sufficient to conjure up a recollection of the rich aroma of spices, the sights, sounds, tastes, a sensory banquet even for the most experienced travellers.

    Fez was the first of the Imperial Cities to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site (in recognition of its cultural heritage). The city was established in the 8th century and was also the first city for Islamic religion in Morocco. It has one of the oldest universities in the world, even older than the Sorbonne in Paris. The city is built on hilly ground which makes the view over Fez very similar to the view over the city of Rome Fez is really formed by two cities, Fez el Bali, the old (established in the 8th century by Moulay Idriss) and Fez el Jedida, the new (established in the 13th century by the Merinies).

    Meknassa of the Olive Trees (azeitun is the origin of the Spanish word aceituna, olive), is a Berber settlement of the 9th century, however Meknes reached its peak during the government of Moulay Ismael, who converted it into the capital. This sultan, contemporary of Philip IV, embellished Meknes by giving it city walls, monumental gates, gardens, mosques, fortresses and its first palace, Dar Kebira. The result is one of the most monumental cities of Morocco.

    Marrakech is a favourite for Spanish travellers and the international Jet Set. Yves Saint Laurent, Omar Sharif and Alain Delon have been regular visitors. Marrakech holds a certain seduction and in the past its name was the origin for the name of the country. It’s impossible to mention all of the places and monuments in this amazing city, so we’ve selected the most important ones for you, namely: the majestic Koutoubia (sister tower of the Giralda in Seville) and the Jemaa El Fna square (a UNESCO world heritage site in recognition of its cultural legacy).

    Casablanca is so much more than the city forever associated with the classic film starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. It is Morocco’s largest city in population and is also the largest port. It’s the economic, financial and industrial capital of the country. Casablanca represents the country’s development and is the most modern city in the country. At first sight it doesn’t appear to be a resplendent city like the other Imperial Cities, however in its interior it holds a treasure trove, such as delightful art-deco architecture.

    Rabat, the capital of Morocco since 1912, is an elegant and quiet city, contrasting with its past. It’s open spaces towards the ocean make Rabat a pleasant city to enjoy.

    Photos from Morocco, click here.

    Pictures of Portugal, click here.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1. We depart from our terminal and travel to Portugal. Upon arrival at Faro, the capital of the Algarve, we check-in at the hotel. Afterwards we take a walk through Faro and also visit the ‘golden’ church Nossa Señora do Carmo. Dinner and overnight stay in Faro.

    Day 2. After breakfast we go to Sagres where we’re able to see the spectacular Cabo de San Vicente (Cape St. Vincent) which is Europe’s south-westernmost point. We continue towards Lagos, one of the most visited cities of the Algarve, where we take a walk through the city. We then continue our trip towards Matalascanas (Spain) on the Costa de la Luz. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay at Matalascañas.

    Day 3. After breakfast we visit the nature park, Parque Nacional de Donana and the famous Rocio. Return journey 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 organizational reasons.

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    This three-days coach tour takes us from Spain to the south-westernmost point in Europe, the Cabo San Vicente (Cape St. Vincent). You’ll enjoy the impressive views over the coast and the savage landscapes of this region of southern Portugal, the world-famous Algarve, also well-known because of the cities of Faro and Lagos. On the way back we visit the nature park Parque Nacional de Doñana at the banks of the river Guadalquivir.

    The south coast of Portugal is a favourite holiday destination for tourists and has beautiful beaches and good sports facilities. Here the water is warmer and calmer (characteristic of the Algarve) and the region extends from the border to the Cabo San Vicente. In 1755 Faro, the capital of the Algarve, was destroyed by an earthquake and only a few remnants of the old town are left. Lagos has historical shipyards. Sagres has a 17thcentury fortress and is also the industrial centre for lobster fishing. Cabo San Vicente is the most southwestern point of the European continent.

    Donana, paradise of biodiversity, is situated on the right bank of the river Guadalquivir. It is Spain’s largest national park and is one of Europe’s most important nature reserves. The biodiversity found in Donana is the result of the convergence of several ecosystems. In 1980 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Biosphere Reserve. It is an extremely important refuge for birds.

    In Donana you’ll see a mosaic of landscapes and ecosystems - its biodiversity is unique in Europe. There are virgin beaches, sand dunes teeming with life, areas with Mediterranean forests, vegetation and swamps (the most characteristic environment of this region). It is because of the wetlands that Donana is considered to be the most important marshland in Europe. The ornithological wealth has always been known, as this region is a fundamental stage of the migration route of many kinds of birds from Asia and Africa.

    Pictures of Portugal, click here.

     Photos from Morocco, click here.

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    Day 1. We depart from our terminal and travel to Algeciras. We cross by ferry from Algeciras to Ceuta, pass through border controls and then transfer to Tetuan. We start our visit in this modern city and then head for the Hassan II Square, where the Royal Palace is situated. We then enter the Medina (Old Town) where we visit the most characteristic zocos and markets and the handicraft district. After our visit we leave for the hotel in Tangier. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 2. After breakfast we depart for Chaouen, a typical mountain village in the north of the Rif Mountains. We visit (amongst others) the Andalusian district and the medina. In the afternoon we return to Tangier. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 3. After breakfast we tour the modern city. We finish our visit with a walk through the medina and its characteristic streets and shops. Afterwards we transfer to Tangier harbour, cross by ferry to Algeciras and then 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 (breakfast and dinner) 
    - Tour guide and local guides
     - Tickets for the ferry Spain – Morocco - Spain

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

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    Let us take you to the heart of Moorish culture in order to discover the impressive legacy left by this amazing civilisation. We visit the mythical cities of Tangier and Tetuan and the isolated Spanish territory of Ceuta.

    Morocco is an Islamic country so full of mysticism that it looks like it moves on a flying carpet between myth and reality. Tangier, Tetuan, Agadir… just the mention of the names of these cities is sufficient to conjure up a recollection of the rich aroma of spices, the sights, sounds, tastes; a sensory banquet even for the most experienced travellers.

    Morocco is characterised by the warmth of its people, colours of the landscapes, old and exotic cities, dazzling beauty of the desert and the long beautiful beaches. For centuries this land has attracted poets, artists, writers and adventurers searching for the exotic. For many people it’s their first contact with Africa and the Islamic culture. The experience can be astonishing because of the country’s contrasts, changing landscapes, character and ambiance. Morocco never fails to stimulate one’s senses and form a lasting impression.

    When speaking about Morocco we think of cities full of history like Tangier. However, it’s important not to forget the Rif mountain region with its savage landscapes, white cities, villages of adobe in terrace form on top of the mountains, agriculture, beautiful forests, varied landscapes and mountain roads that offer spectacular views. Also noteworthy is the Mediterranean Sea with its beaches of gilded sand and beaches in between the cliffs in a natural and secluded setting.

    Few cities have the allure of Tangier - it has since time immemorial possessed a certain attraction. Painters (Matisse, Delacroix, Francis Bacon), writers (Tennessee Williams, Samuel Beckett, Truman Capote, Paul Bowles), multimillionaires (Barbara Hutton, Malcolm Forbes) and musicians like Igor Stravinsky all fell in love with this city and contributed towards its global fame. Tangier continues to enchant travellers from all over the world who are drawn to this legendary city.

    Tetuan, called ‘The white city’, is situated in the foothills of the Rif Mountains (on the Mediterranean Sea) and 57 km from Tangier. Its medina is very charming and the new town is full of attractive places.

    The most beautiful city in the Rif is Chaouen (or Chefchauen) which is 115 km from Tangier. Its name in Berber means ‘the horns’ referring to the two mountains on either side of the city (Djebel Efchaouen).

    Photos from Morocco, click here.

    Pictures of Portugal, click here.

    Information about the itinerary:

    Day 1: Transfer from Madrid airport to the hotel and check-in. Leisure time followed by dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 2: After breakfast we’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour and drive along the Museum of El Prado, Park El Retiro, Gate of Alcala, the monumental bullring Las Ventas, Paseo de la Castellana and stadium Santiago Bernabeu, Square of Los Cibeles, Gran Via, Plaza de España, Temple of Debod, Palacio Real, Cathedral of la Almudena and the Puerta del Sol, amongst others. We will then continue towards Cordoba. After we arrive at the hotel you can spend time at leisure (or another activity). Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 3:
    After breakfast we’ll visit Cordoba’s most interesting places: the famous district, the Juderia, the synagogue and the fantastic Mosque-Cathedral. In the afternoon we drive to GRANADA, the jewel of Andalusia. We’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour and then visit the pearl of Al-Andalus, the Alhambra. In the evening you have the option of enjoying a flamenco show in a typical tablao flamenco, a walk through the Albaicin and Sacromonte districts and a panoramic view of the Alhambra by Night. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 4: After breakfast we drive to Seville, the capital of Andalusia. We’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour of the most beautiful places in the city: the Maria Luisa Park, Plaza de España, Torre de Oro and the Giralda. Then we’ll visit the district of Santa Cruz and the Cathedral. After we arrive at the hotel, we’ll have dinner and an overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 5: Breakfast and then travel to JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, the land of horses, Sherry and Flamenco. In Jerez we’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour through the city. Afterwards, we’ll walk through the Old Town of Jerez and visit a winery in order to learn how the Sherry is made! We’ll then continue our journey to Gibraltar. After we arrive at the hotel you can spend the evening at your leisure. Dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 6: After breakfast we drive to RONDA, one of the most beautiful cities of Andalusia. We’ll take a walk through the old town to admire the “Puente Nuevo” (new bridge) and the avenue La Alameda de San Carlos which provides beautiful views over the Sierras de Ronda. Then we’ll visit the Casa de San Juan Bosco. We then leave for ANTEQUERA where we take a walk through the old town of Antequera, visit the Municipal Museum and the Palace Najera. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Antequera.

    Day 7: After breakfast we’ll continue our journey towards Faro, the capital of the Portuguese ALGARVE. We’ll enjoy a sightseeing tour and then a local guide will introduce us to the most interesting areas of the city. Transfer to the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 8: After breakfast we’ll take a daytrip to discover the essence of the Algarve; driving along Sagres and Lagos until we reach cape Cabo San Vicente, the most south-western point of Europe. We’ll return to Faro for dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.

    Day 9: Breakfast and departure towards LISBON. Along the way we’ll visit Beja, the capital of the Alentejo region of Portugal. In the afternoon we’ll continue onwards to Lisbon crossing the awesome Vasco da Gama Bridge, Europe’s longest bridge, measuring more than 17 km long. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 10: After breakfast we’ll visit Lisbon for a sightseeing tour accompanied by a local guide. Crossing the district of Alfama we will see the iconic Tower of Belem and the Monastery of Jeronimo’s. The afternoon is free to spend at your leisure, giving you time to discover the Portuguese capital on your own. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 11: Breakfast followed by a half day excursion through the surrounding areas of Lisbon up to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, along Sintra, Cascais and Estoril. The afternoon is free to spend at your leisure and you have the option of visiting the Oceanarium of Lisbon, Europe’s second largest aquarium. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 12: After breakfast we’ll set off on our return journey towards SPAIN. During our trip we’ll visit the city of Evora which is a UNESCO world heritage site. We’ll then continue towards BADAJOZ. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 13: After a sightseeing tour through Badajoz we will continue our trip to MERIDA which is the old roman city of Emerita Augusta. Accompanied by a local guide we’ll travel around 2,000 years back in time to the Roman period in order to learn about the architecture and the daily life of this city which was one of the biggest in the Roman Empire. In the afternoon we’ll continue our trip towards Madrid, the capital of Spain. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 14: After breakfast we will visit the ‘Madrid of the Austria’s’ (the Madrid of the Habsburgs) district, the Royal Palace, Km. 0 (kilometre zero marker), Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol as well as the cathedral, the Almudena. You will have some leisure time and the option to visit the Prado Museum or the Queen Sofia Museum. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.

    Day 15: Breakfast and then you have leisure time until it’s time to transfer to the airport. Transfer to the airport where we say “Goodbye, until we see you the next time”. End of our service.

    Included in our prices:

    - Travel Insurance
    - Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
    - 14 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 organizational reasons.

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    MADRID is strategically situated at the geographic centre of the Iberian Peninsula, at 646 meters above sea-level. The historic Old Town of Madrid is one of the most important amongst the larger European cities and it harmoniously merges with a contemporary and convenient infrastructure.

    The historic centre, also called the ‘Madrid of the Habsburgs’, was built when the Habsburgs governed Spain (hence the name). The historic centre and its impressive Plaza Mayor (opened in 1620) is vivid evidence of the emerging beauty of the city in the 16th and 17th century. This site is one of the most popular and representative of Spain.

    The ‘aristocratic centre’, with its dazzling Palacio Real (Royal Palace) which is a monumental 17th century mixture of baroque and classical construction, is located near the Plaza Mayor. In close proximity is the Palacio de Oriente, the theatre of the Opera and the modern Cathedral of the Almudena which was consecrated in 1993 by Pope John Paul II. The Puerta del Sol (Gate of the Sun) which is surrounded by a diverse commercial area and the Paseo del Arte (so named because of the unique museums, palaces and gardens) complete this monumental area where the buildings of the Banco de España and the Palace of Telecommunications shine resplendently together with the beautiful fountains of ‘Cibeles’ and ‘Neptuno’.

    Art and culture are essential to Madrid which is home to in excess of 73 museums! The three most noteworthy are: the Prado Museum (one of the most important galleries in the world), The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum which houses more than 800 paintings, sculptures and carpets (from the primitive Flemish artists to the Vanguardist movements) and the Centro Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia which is dedicated to contemporary Spanish art, displaying works of Pablo Picasso, Joan Miro, Salvador Dali and Juan Gris.

    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 Sea meet. This land has been desired and cherished over the centuries by numerous peoples and cultures and our prehistoric ancestors chose it as a perfect location for their settlements. For almost eight centuries the Muslims occupied the Iberian Peninsula which is why their legacy, the ‘andalusi’ forms a pervasive part of Spanish and Mediterranean culture. Andalusia’s ancient history has left behind the enormous heritage and artistic legacy which we enjoy today. The historic monuments of The Alhambra of Granada, the Mosque of Cordoba or the Giralda and Old Town of Seville are milestones of humanity; although we also find precious examples of the artistic Andalusian life represented in the majority of villages and towns across the region.

    Andalusia has a great legacy of Islamic, Renaissance and above all Baroque architecture embodied in its most important buildings, castles, fortresses and monasteries. It was home to Velazquez, Murillo 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.

    There’s always a reason to visit PORTUGAL regardless of the season, length or reason for the trip. Travelling through Portugal you can enjoy landscapes, cities, coasts, villages, forests and mountains, Portugal has it all. It’s a small country but is extremely diverse: from green valleys and high mountain ranges in the north to warm welcoming beaches, vast estates with olive and oak trees in the south. Our visit allows us to: spend leisurely time in the hidden countryside, discover the historical streets of Lisbon, make an escape to Evora, wander through the rocky Serra da Estrela and enjoy a bottle of the prestigious Port wine.

    The south coast of Portugal is a favourite holiday destination for tourists and has beautiful beaches and good sports facilities. Here the water is warmer and calmer (characterising the Algarve) and the region extends from the border to the Cabo San Vicente. In 1755 Faro, the capital of the Algarve, was destroyed by an earthquake and only a few remnants of the old town are left. Lagos has historical shipyards. Sagres has a 17thcentury fortress and is also the industrial centre for lobster fishing. Cabo San Vicente is the most south-western point of the European continent.

    Lisbon (Portugal’s capital) is situated on the bank of the river Tagus which flows into the Atlantic Ocean. It’s one of the few European capitals with a river and sea. The Praça do Comércio (commerce square) looks out onto the Tagus estuary. Lisbon is the oldest city in Western Europe and therefore has a long history of receiving many visitors, culminating with the period of the Discovery voyages. This is why many beautiful ‘manuelino’ (late Gothic) monuments can be found in and around Lisbon, like the Tower of Belem and the Monastery of Jeronimos. Not to be forgotten are the picturesque medieval districts of Alfama and Moreira, crowned with the Castle which, together with the Barrio Alto opposite, merge together in the Baixa Pombalina (Pombaline lower town).

    The Tower of Belem, in manuelino style, was built between 1515 and 1519 and is the work of Francisco de Arruda. In 1983 UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site. The tower is situated at the mouth of the river Tagus its initial purpose was to defend the city. Later the tower was converted into a Customs Office and lighthouse.

    The Monastery of Jeronimos (it’s Porguguese name being Mosteiro dos Jeronimos) is close to the Tower; these two sites are the most important in Lisbon. In 1983 Unesco declared the Monastery a World Heritage Site. Designed by the architect Diogo de Boitaca, its construction started on 6th January 1501 and finished at the end of the 16th century. The predominant style is the manuelino style (a richly ornate architectural design) and it was built to celebrate the return of Vasco da Gama from the Indies. There’s a story about where the monastery is situated - on the spot where the Ermida do Restelo (Hermitage of Restelo) stood which is the church where Vasco da Gama and his men spent the night in prayer before departing on their expedition to the Orient in 1497.

    Close by is the Padrão dos Descobrimentos (Monument to the Discoveries) which is 52 meters high and was founded in 1960 to celebrate the 500th birthday of one of Portugal’s most important explorers, Prince Henry the Navigator, the discoverer of Madeira, the Azores and Cape Verde. The monument comprises a group of sculptures which form the bow of a caravel (sailing ship). The principal statue is of Henry the Navigator and on either side of the ramps are 33 historical figures who played a part in the great discoveries of Portugal.

    Pictures of Portugal, click here.

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