Travel to Spain
Upon arrival in Malaga, you will be met by our local representative and transferred by coach to your hotel in Malaga.
Start your day with a half-day guided walking tour of Malaga.
Pablo Picasso is the city’s most famous son (of course not counting Antonio Banderas!) There are several galleries showcasing his work including the 16th-century Museum of Fine Arts in the Old Town, near the Cathedral. It is surrounded by narrow pedestrian streets with traditional and modern bars, family owned shops and delightful cafés. The main street, Calle Larios, is pedestrianised with marble and home to many designer shops.
On your guided tour, you will also see the Town Hall and the Plaza de la Merced square, while entrance to the La Manquita Cathedral is included.
You will have free time for shopping and more sightseeing in the afternoon.
You will have a full day to relax and enjoy the charms of this region. Your guide will be happy to offer suggestions for activities and places to see in the surrounding area.
Marbella, Puerto Banus and The White Town of Mijas
Depart your hotel this morning for a full day excursion to Marbella, Puerto Banus and Mijas. Marbella is, without a doubt, one of the Costa del Sol’s prime destinations, thanks to its excellent climate, beaches and natural surroundings. Its bay, Puerto Banus, is one of the major tourist attraction in Marbella. It was designed and built in 1970 by a local property developer José Banús as a luxury marina and shopping complex.
After lunch, you will continue to The White Town of Mijas. This stunning mountain village, which also faces the sea, is one of the jewels of the Costa del Sol. Visit the Old Town of Mijas, the shrine of the Virgen de la Peñas, and the Gardens of the Wall, which were built at the top of the old city wall and designed to have flowers all year round.
Return to the hotel in the afternoon.
Time to say 'adios' to Spain. Transfer from your hotel, with guide assistance, for your return flight home.