One Day Trips from Marbella
The 2020 coronavirus pandemic might leave you unsure about when and where to travel. At the moment there are travel restrictions between countries and inside of Spain. But don’t worry! When the borders are open again, you will be prepared for wonderful and inspiring trips! Because we will suggest you some of the top 1-day trips from Marbella that will help to restore your mind and make you happy.
Alhambra Trip from Marbella
The UNESCO World Heritage has listed Alhambra Palace as one of the beautiful royal palace (dating to 9th century, the era of Muslim Spain) that showcases stonework, detailed ceiling and Muslim – style architecture.
You can now explore the luscious garden of this famous military fortress (now turned into the royal palace) during the day while wearing a mask. Wink! Wink!
Day Trip to Ronda from Marbella
Do you relish history & rich heritage? Then book yourself for a full – day private tour to explore Ronda’s Spanish heritage.
Ronda is a mountaintop city in Spain’s Malaga province that’s set dramatically above a deep gorge. This gorge (El Tajo) separates the city’s circa-15th-century new town from its old town, dating to Moorish rule.
The place gives you the mesmerizing view of iconic places & museums like:
- Puente Nuevo.
- El Tajo Gorge.
- Mondragon Palace.
- Plaza de Toros (the oldest building in Spain).
Day Trip to Gibraltar
Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory and headland, on Spain’s south coast. It’s dominated by the Rock of Gibraltar, a 426m-high limestone ridge.
Among the popular attractions are cable car, diving, doplhin watching, boat trips, etc.
Gibraltar is a well-known for its VAT-free shopping. Most of Gibraltar’s retail establishments are located in Main Street and the surrounding area. Stores along this pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare sell everything from clothes to locally produced crystal.
The comprehensive look of Gibraltar gives eye-pleasing views of nature reserves and other unique highlights like:
- Great Siege Tunnels.
- Ibrahim – al- Ibrahim Mosque.
- Moorish Castle.
- Saint Michael’s Cave.
And don’t forget about the local monkeys – Barbary macaques. Originally from the Atlas Mountains and the Rif Mountains of Morocco, the Barbary macaque population in Gibraltar is the only wild monkey population on the European continent. They will wander with you when you are shopping and browsing the streets.
Private Full/Half-day Trip to Caminito del Rey
If you are a trekking lover, then follow the way of the wooden boardwalk of El Caminito del Rey that helps you to absorb spectacular views of rugged rock formations, Lake Guadalhorce, Hoyo valley and much more.
Don’t forget to capture photographs of the natural landmarks and dramatic scenery: Hanging Bridge and Los Gaitanes gorge.