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With its diverse regions and many islands, Spain has been among the most popular holiday destinations in Europe for several decades. The variety of its landscapes, its magnificent beaches and sunny climate make it a sure winner all year round. Come and discover Moorish Spain in the south of the peninsula, Andalusia with its fiery temperament or the Balearic Islands very close by, famous for their splendid landscapes and their party atmosphere. Or opt for the diversity of the Canary Islands, volcanic lands with unspoilt traditions and treat yourself to an unforgettable holiday under the sun.
The Spanish coast is characterised by a warm climate with over 300 days of sunshine per year, endless beaches and a rich cultural heritage.
Located in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, Andalusia is the epitome of joie de vivre. Enjoy the mild Andalusian evenings with tapas and flamenco sounds. Absolutely worth seeing are the Moorish architectural jewels such as the Alhambra in Granada, the Mezquita Mosque in Cordoba or the Giralda in Seville.
Another popular Mediterranean destination is Valencia. The region enjoys an excellent geographical location on the coast and offers a rich architectural heritage. In the contrasting, cosmopolitan city, you can expect a historic centre and numerous traditional as well as ultra-modern buildings such as the City of Arts and Sciences.
The Costa de la Luz owes its name to the intense quality of the light that bathes the entire coast. A sunshine destination par excellence, tourists from all over the world come to spend relaxing or active seaside holidays here. Full facilities for families, wide beaches and unspoiled sand dunes await holidaymakers here. For culture lovers, an excursion to the magnificent city of Seville is a must. And let’s not forget the famous Xérès, a delicious beverage from the Andalusian lands blessed by the sun.
Approx. 8 km from the little town of Chiclana, with its 13th century tower and its numerous monuments of great artistic importance, this elegant holiday destination has developed and is equipped with one of the best golf courses in Spain. Hotels, private villas, small bars, restaurants and shopping centres are located right by the natural Playa La Barrosa fine sand beach which stretches over 8 km. Approx. 70 km from Jerez airport.
Rota is located at the northern point of the Bay of Cadiz and about 25 km from the airport of Jerez. The hotels are close to the old town of Rota, with its many historical monuments, its parks and restaurants, bars and shops inviting you to explore. The beaches in Rota and the surrounding area are among the most beautiful and the cleanest in Spain.
This quintessential little Andalusian fishing town is located about 50 km from the airport of Jerez. Conil de la Fronteras has charming narrow streets and flower-filled patios and has everything for the holidaymaker: an endless fine sand beach, bars, restaurants and shops.
Isla Canela is located on the Costa de la Luz, approx. 80 km from Faro airport (transfer approx. 1 hour 20 minutes). A new holiday spot with several apartment complexes and some small taverns. Isla Canela is linked to the mainland by a large jetty, and so doesn’t really appear to be an actual island. Just 5 km away lies the quintessential little Spanish town of Ayamonte. Isla Canela offers fabulous beaches and is surrounded by a large nature reserve with a great variety of flora and fauna. Given the proximity to the Portuguese border, guests staying in Costa de la Luz will land at Faro airport in Portugal and leave from there by bus for the transfer to their hotel in Spain.
Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.
This excursion is all about flamenco, sherry and Andalusian horses. After a panoramic tour and a walk through the town, you will have free time to explore the centre at your own pace. Then the tour continues with a visit to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, where you will watch a top-level dressage show with Andalusian stallions. Lunch break in the ‘Taberna Flamenca’, an old sherry bodega, in the old town of Jerez (lunch included in the price). After the meal, visit to a traditional bodega.
Total duration approx. 9h30.
This charming little mountain town, one of the best known in Andalusia, presides over this wild and romantic region like an eagle’s nest. The visit begins with a stop at the amphitheatre, the oldest and most famous in the entire region. From here, you will head towards the old town nearby. Afterwards everyone can explore the old town at their own pace. In Grazalema, the rainiest village in the country, you will have the chance to walk around this authentic Andalusian ‘white village’, before continuing the journey towards the high point of the excursion, a pass at approx. 1,200 m offering a fantastic view of the hills and mountains towards the Atlantic.
Total duration approx. 10h30.
Seville is one of the most beautiful jewels, not only in Andalusia, but in all of Spain. Your guide will bring you to two of Seville’s most beautiful squares, as well as the prettiest park in the town, the Maria Luisa park. Afterwards you will have free time to tour the town as you please - the guide can give you recommendations or further information on any aspects you are interested in. The programme continues with the ‘city tour’, the official guided visit, which includes a visit to the world’s largest Gothic cathedral. To conclude the tour, you will explore the Barrio Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter of the city, and unquestionably the most charming part of Seville.
Total duration approx. 10h30.
This excursion is a true voyage through time: to an era when Christians, Jews and Muslims not only coexisted peacefully in Andalusia, but worked together to raise the region to its zenith. In the 10th century, Córdoba was the most important city - and also the most beautiful - in Western Europe. La Mezquita, its great Mosque, is also a Cathedral. During the journey of approx. 3 hours to Córdoba, you will pass by several sites of interest in the region. Your tour of the town of Córdoba starts in the Orange Tree Courtyard of the La Mezquita Mosque-Cathedral. Its forest of columns is among the most beautiful in the history of architecture. Afterwards the tour will bring you through the superb maze of the old Jewish quarter with its flower-filled balconies and patios. You will have free time to meander around the town as you please.
Total duration approx. 11 h.
Cadiz is the oldest town in Spain and one of the oldest in Europe. Founded by the Phoenicians 3,000 years ago, this city was then occupied by the Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Vandals, Visigoths and Muslims, before being recaptured by the King of Castille. During this half-day excursion, you will walk in the footsteps of this rich historical past.
Departing from Chiclana, the journey will take around 30 minutes and will bring you through the Bay of Cadiz with its salt marshes that are home to numerous birds. The visit to Cadiz begins with a panoramic tour along the seafront and around the old town, with commentary on the main points of interest. Beginning from the old market square, the tour on foot includes the historical centre, the new cathedral - emblematic of the city - and the ‘Torre Tavira’ observation tower with Spain’s first Camera Obscura. It is precisely these observation towers that have made the town of Cadiz famous worldwide: their characteristic silhouette was the first thing that voyagers arriving from the sea could make out, allowing the town of Cadiz to be identified from a great distance.
Afterwards you will have free time to explore the town at your leisure. Having said this, your guide is at your disposition for more detailed information on the different sites, including the cathedral and the two bell towers, the archaeological site beside the cathedral, the shopping streets, the flower market, the covered market, the archaeological museum etc. In addition, numerous buildings still bear witness to the town’s economic boom in the 18th century after the transfer of the commercial monopoly with America from Seville to Cadiz. Delve into the unique atmosphere of this incomparable town and soak up its quintessential charm.
Duration of the excursion: approx. 5 h.
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