One day in the beautiful Spanish city of Seville.
Located in the South of Spain, there is a provincial capital, seat of the government and parliament of the Comunidad Autónoma de Andalucía (Regional Government).
As highlights, it is recommended to visit La Giralda (The cathedral), the Alcazar Palace, the Jewish quarter, and of course, not to miss are the tapas. The city is credited with the invention and has more than a thousand bars where the choice of food, is virtually unlimited, from seafood to ham and sausage and from vegetable to cheese. The Sevillians actually make a meal of them, moving from bar to bar and trying one dish at a time.
Spending the night in Seville, a compulsory visit is to a Flamenco Night, to appreciate this fantastic Spanish dance.
One day trip to the famous Catholic Sanctuary.
The Sanctuary of Fátima, a journey to the altar of the world. This town is a symbol of the Virgin Mary and one of the world’s most important religious sites. It was between May and October 1917, when three shepherd children – Jacinta, Francisco and Lúcia – witnessed the apparitions of Our lady of the Rosary, (the Virgin Mary), at the site of the sanctuary.
As well as the famous Sanctuary, you can also visit Fátima Parish Church, the small Chapel of the Holy Way and the Calvary. At Loca do Anjo in Valinhos, you can visit the shepherd children’s houses and their local water well. Trips to the Museum of Sacred Art and Ethnology, the Wax Museum, and the Casa-Museu de Aljustrel, as well as the Museum Fátima 1917 Aparições, and the Animated Crib and Village of Bethlehem – will all shed light on the history of Fátima too, and leave a lasting impression of this mystical place.
A visit to the Capital of Portugal, on a one day tour, visiting some landmarks of the Portuguese history like the Belém Tower and the St. George’s Castle, and with free time to spend in the old part of the town.
This is an illuminated city. The almost constant presence of sunshine and the River Tagus transforms the Portuguese capital into a mirror of a thousand colors – highlighting the city’s unique architecture and beauty.
There are so many things to see and do in Lisbon that visitors have access to a wide array of different experiences. As we walk through Lisbon – whose history spans back thousands of years – we find streets filled with heritage monuments, and characteristic neighborhoods where the city first developed and can still be experienced at its most genuine level.
Visit Lisbon of the River Tagus, whose riverfront is dedicated to leisure activities and links the monumental zone of Belém with the modern area of the Parque das Nações. Experience calmer moments in Lisbon in the city’s parks, gardens, belvederes, cafés and esplanades. Or simply enjoy the pure pleasure of being in Lisbon, through its gastronomy, luxury hotels, spas and shopping centres Lisbon. A personal experience.
Combining different highlights, depending on which area of the Algarve you are staying at, we provide a Taylor Made sightseeing tours, which can include a visits to Castles, Cathedrals, distilleries, wineries and more.
Starting at the popular market of Loulé City, we will then drive inland towards Querença and Alte, two beautiful white little villages worth a closer look specially at their ancient churches.
We will then stroll through the inner Algarve enjoying the beauty of its untouched landscapes until we reach Silves, the Moorish capital of the Algarve, where we will have a great lunch in a traditional restaurant.
After that, you will have free time to visit the 13th century Cathedral and the Old Castle. Finally, we’ll be heading towards one of the most famous wine cellars in the Algarve for a wine and tapas experience.
This tour begins at the old town of Faro, the capital of The Algarve, where we recommend a visit to the Chapel of Bones (entrance fee not included).
You will also be given sometime to stroll along the shopping area of Faro before we proceed to Olhão, where a visit to the traditional fish market is well worth it, as it is known one of the best within the Algarve region. It will then be at this a fisherman’s village that we will stop for lunch at one of the innumerous restaurants along the harbor. Lunch is not included in the tour price and therefore will be under clients’ responsibility.
After lunch, we will head inland towards Querença, a small beautiful white village and we will end up in Alte, the most Algarvian village, where you can enjoy the natural beauty of the village and its landscape.
Starting in Silves, the Moorish capital of the Algarve, we will visit the 13th Century cathedral. From here, driving through orange fields and cork tree plantations, we will go to the mountains of Monchique and Foia, the highest point of the Algarve, where we will stop so that you can relish yourself with a rich typical Portuguese lunch while enjoying the stunning views.
We will then continue our tour visiting a “Medronho” handmade distillery and a honey production unit.
From this beautiful area, we will go to a wine cellar where you will have the opportunity to delight yourself with a wine tasting on a famous Portuguese wine and taste some typical Algarvian tapas.
Starting in Silves, the former capital of the Algarve, visiting the Moorish castle and the 13th century cathedral, we will then head to the mountains of Monchique and Foia, the highest point of the Algarve (902m) where you will enjoy the spectacular views.
A visit to a “Medronho” distillery and an artisanal honey production unit will be followed by mouthwatering lunch and then we will stroll down, glimpsing the cork trees and the orange trees plantations, to the city of the discoveries – Lagos, one of the oldest cities in the Algarve where we suggest a visit to the Golden Church of St. Anthony.