Tour to Seville
A magnificent tour to one of most beautiful cities of Spain. Its history, is a melting pot of arts, sciences and commerce. Take a day out to discover this historic city founded by the Romans on the banks of the Guadalquivir river. You must see the Tower of Gold and the beautiful Maestranza bullring, the Plaza d Espana, the biggest Gothic cathedral of the world and the " Alcazar " Royal Palace. You also can explore the city and do some shopping.
Tour to Lisbon
Spend a day in Lisbon, one of Portugal's global cities. Upon arriving, you will tour the "Queen of the Tagus River" and admire the majestic statue of Christ the King.
Then it's off to the Jeronimos Monastery, the Monument of the Discoveries, and Belem tower.
Then you can visit the centre of the city " Rossio Square " where you can find traditional commerce .
Tour to Silves and Mochique
Spend a day in Lisbon, one of Portugal's global cities. First, you'll visit Silves, the Algarve's former Moorish capital. You will be able to see the Silves Castle , one of the best well preserved Moorish castles in the country, and the Silves Cathedral, the main Gothic monument in Algarve.
Then we Drive to Monchique considered the Garden of Algarve.In Monchique , highest point in the Algarve ( Foia ) you have the altitude of 902 meters with a spectacular view .
It is a typical village located in a scenic range of rounded hills and is the perfect place to shop for handicrafts and souvenirs you can see a century farmhouse and a 'medronho' distillery where you can see how this local, strawberry-flavored brew is made.
Tour to Lagos and Sagres
FLagos have mosaic-patterned lanes and whitewashed houses, Lagos is where Portugal's great seafarer, Henry the Navigator, set off on his voyages of discovery in the 15th century former slave market and statue of Prince Henry.
You also can visit the Museum and Saint Anthony´s Gold Church.
Then will go to Sagres, a fishing village that was the starting point of many expeditions. Here we can find Cape St. Vincent, the south-western most point in Portugal, also known as " the end of the world" and the lighthouse of one of the busiest shipping lanes in the worldDiscover
Shopping Loule Market
With its medieval castle and city walls, where you can stroll around the narrow streets and visit the Municipal and Dry Fruits Museums, They have a typical Portuguese market with the local merchants selling fish, fruits and fresh vegetables. You will also see craftsmen, coppersmiths, basket and harness makers.
Shopping Quarteira Market
Let yourself be captivated by one of largest traditional market in the Algarve , known as the " Gipsy Market ". Where you can buy clothes, furs, shoes, crafts, etc.