Visit the Rock of Gibraltar from Seville. Discover the history, the duty free shops, the impressive caves and the funny and famous monkeys of Gibraltar.
Gibraltar & Medina Sidonia Day Trip
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- € 140
Visit Medina Sidonia & Gibraltar
The mythology points out that Heracles put up two columns, considered as the legendary gate between Africa and Europe, and on one of these sides Gibraltar was founded. Take an unforgettable journey in which we combine history, multiculturalism, duty-free shopping, impressive caves and the funny and famous monkeys of Gibraltar.
In the first place, with this extended tour, we will arrive at Medina Sidonia, where you will visit the Ranching of fighting bulls and horses of Alvaro Domecq, a spectacular and typically Andalusian place where you can catch a show with the participation of these bulls and horses. Take a journey through the life of bulls and horses and their environment on a typical Andalusian farm in the heart of the countryside Cadiz. It’s a great addition to an incredible day!
Once we have crossed the frontier, we start a panoramic visit that includes Punta de Europa, the most southern spot in Europe from where we will be even able to contemplate Africa. Admire the photographic views of the Spanish and Moroccan coastlines from the top of the rock.
We visit the amazing caves of San Miguel followed by the unique opportunity of meeting the funny and famous monkeys of Gibraltar, a unique breed of monkeys in Old Europe. Legend says that the British will not leave Gibraltar while there are monkeys there.
Then you have some free time for yourself to maybe have some lunch or to explore the bustling pedestrian streets of Gibraltar. The shopping is great on the busy Main Street, a place where everything is sold! Shopping in Gibraltar is known worldwide for its low prices in jewelry, watches, electronic items, spirits, cosmetics, and perfumes. There are cafes and bars offering a welcome relief for the visitors.
- Pick-up and drop-off from your hotel in Seville city center
- Official tourist guide
- Entrance fees to the Ranching of fighting bulls and horses of Álvaro Domecq
- Entrance fees to the Caves of San Miguel
- Free time to walk around the historic city center
- Optional lunch for 18 and any extras unspecified