Day 01 : Arrive Malaga – Marbella
Arrive at Malaga, Meet our local representative and get private transfer to Malaga. Check in to your pre booked hotel and overnight at free.
Day 02 : Marbella Breakfast at hotel. Free day. Immerse yourself in the lavish luxury of Marbella and Puerto Banús .Tou can visit historical highlights — like Plaza de los Naranjos and Chapel of St John of God — and see the modern side of the city at Marbella’s Golden Mile. Marvel at the grandeur of Puerto Banús Marina, replete with expensive yachts, and relax on the soft sands of inviting beaches. You can go for N nuber of Waater sports options directly. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 03 : Marbella Breakfast at hotel, to day visit Ronda Day Trip from Marbella Come with us to visit the fascinating city of Ronda, one of the most historic locations in southern Andalusia. Admire the beauty of its rugged landscapes and breath taking views, and feel the relaxing atmosphere of its streets. Upon arrival, you will enjoy a sightseeing guided tour of its main attractions including Puerta de Almocabar (Almocabar Gate), Iglesia del Espiritu Santo (Church of the Holy Spirit), Town Hall Square, and Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor (Church of Santa Maria la Mayor). We will continue with a full visit of the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, one of the oldest bullrings in Spain and also the site of some of the most important events in bullfighting history. It is considered the birthplace of traditional bullfighting and also home of the world known Goyesca bullfight, where the decoration and the clothing of bullfighters and spectators brings us to the age of the famous painter Goya. You will also enjoy the visit of the bullfighting museum inside. Later on, we will go to a local winery called Bodegas La Sangre de Ronda. This is a wine museum that explores the historical and cultural impact that wine has had on this region. You will have the opportunity to taste some local wines. Free time for lunch and to discover the city at leisure before we drive you back to your pick up point in the Costa del Sol. On our way back, we will make a short stop of about 45 minutes at Marbella's city centre for you to go for a walk and take some pictures.
Day 04 : Marbella / Malaga – Ibiza Breakfast at hotel. Day is free for you to go for Cavesof Can Marca by your own to have a different experience. In the evening go for Ibiza Boat Party. Cirque De La Nuit runs boat parties various times a week, almost daily in peak season, all sailing from Playa d'en Bossa. It provide a great boat party experience combined with entry to various different club events to continue partying at night when back ashore. Last year it officially turned into Ibiza's biggest boat party as they took over the 350-capacity strong catamaran called Ibiza Boat Club. Equipped with a powerful VOID accoustics soundsystem, spacious dance floor. It take advantage of the late sunsets and run a sunset cruise (18:15 - 21:15).
Day 05 : Ibiza Day trip to formentera A Ferry Round Trip´s day where People can visit and enjoy nice places like Formentera. With our moderns and comfortable Fast Ferries/Ferry you will enjoy our neighbouring island paradise. Formentera the island of windmills. The origins of the place name Formentera are linked to wheat: "frumentum" in latin. That is the theory accepted by the experts as being the most likely, on the assumption that the world evolved into "Forment" before becoming Formentera.
Day 06: Ibiza – Barcelona Breakfast at hotel, check out and transfer to airport and board the flight to Barcelona. Upon arrival meet our local representative and get transfer to your pre-booked hotel. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 07 : Barcelona City Sightseeing Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Barcelona’s a city that has it all – famous for its art and architecture as well as its lively nightlife and vibrant neighbourhoods. With so much to see, City Sightseeing Barcelona is the perfect way to explore, giving passengers the flexibility to hop on and off at any of the tour stops along the routes to discover Barcelona’s best attractions!
Admire some of the city’s most outstanding architectures, including the famous Sagrada Familia, which is the largest Roman Catholic Church in the world. The construction is still not complete, however its current eye-catching exterior attracts thousands of tourists worldwide.
As the tour continues, passengers will also be amazed with panoramic views of the Park Guell, well-known for its unique, mosaic-covered buildings and monuments.
Passengers can also explore the Medieval streets along the Gothic Quarter, an old town in Barcelona, which today has become popular for its modern and trendy bars and clubs. The La Rambla, one of the city’s most popular streets when it comes to tourists, is another perfect place to hop-off and visit if you’re looking to experience true Barcelona nightlife! Entry to Sagarada Familia is included.
Sagrada Familia Skip-the-Line Tickets and Guided Tour
Enjoy a 1 hour and a half guided tour that takes in the exterior and interior of Sagrada Familia and become familiar with some of Gaudi's techniques and models on a visit to the museum on site. With this Skip-the-line guide tour starting from our meeting point outside the Sagrada Familia, you will visit the basilica, today one of the most emblematic monuments in Barcelona. It was the most complex and unusual of all of the projects undertaken by Gaudí in his professional career, and he dedicated 43 years of his life to its realization.
Construction on the Templo Expiatorio de la Sagrada Familia, or Expiatory Church of the Holy Family began in 1882, and is still incomplete. Wishing to create the perfect church, he worked to represent both the life of Jesus and the history of faith.
Day 08: Barcelona
Montserrat PM with cog-wheel train Start your half day trip from Barcelona in comfortable Bus to the mountain of Montserrat which rises majestically to 4,051 feet (1,236 meter). You will go up to Montserrat with Gog, Wheel Train which leaves you in the middle of the Monastery. It is a 15-minute trip with a privileged and spectacular view of the mountain. The train has panoramic windows which make the actual journey an interesting attraction. The trains are air-conditioned and they are completely wheelchair-friendly. The rocks of Montserrat formed by natural cement of sand during the centuries affected by the wind and rain who shaped the mountain with strange and varied forms. The popular imagination has seen human or animal shape in some of these peaks, giving those names and inventing legends to explain their fantastic origins. You will visit the Royal Basilica of Montserrat, which holds the famous 12th century Romanesque carving of Virgen Moreneta, the Black Virgin. The Benedict sanctuary of Montserrat has been founded at 1025 and provides a mystical backdrop for the Virgin of Montserrat, the patron saint of Catalonia who is enshrined in the monastery's Royal Basilica. The little monastery soon began to receive pilgrims and visitors who contributed to the spread of stories of miracles and wonders performed by the Virgin. Today, Montserrat has been modernized to continue attending to the needs to pilgrims one thousand years after it was originally founded.
Day 09: Barcelona – Homebound
Breakfast at hotel, Check out and get transfer to Airport, Board the flight back to home.
Spanish Riviera with magnificent beaches, and rich coast line with most of the country’s seashores, which entirely surrounded by beautiful coasts kissed by the Mediterranean and the Southern Atlantic. Starting with Costa Brava (Spain’s “wild coast”), which stretches from the French border to the north of Barcelona and melts beautifully into Costa Dorada, the country takes pride in a plethora of wonderful beaches. Further along, the Mediterranean gives rise to other three famous shorelines – Costa del Azahar, Costa de Valencia, and the glorious Costa Blanca, all of them belonging to the autonomous community of Valencia touching the southernmost Costa De Sol.