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Our most recommended Marbella Bus & minivan tours

From Costa del Sol: Guided Tour of Seville

1. From Costa del Sol: Guided Tour of Seville

Discover the city of Seville on a guided tour from the Costa del Sol. Enjoy several hours in the city with a guided bus and walking tour.  On the bus, see the Pavilions of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929, the Maria Luisa Park, the San Telmo Palace, the Torre del Oro, the Guadalquivir River, the only navigable river in Spain. Afterward, meet your local guide and start the guided walking tour through the beautiful Santa Cruz quarter, the Puerta de Jerez, the historic center of the city.  Reach the Cathedral and its famous Giralda Tower. Explore the interior of the cathedral, the largest Gothic-style cathedral in the world, where you can also see the sarcophagus of Christopher Columbus. Make a short stop at Plaza de España. After the visit, you will have some free time to explore more of the city. Afterward, relax on the journey back to Malaga.

From Costa del Sol: Private Ronda Tour

2. From Costa del Sol: Private Ronda Tour

Experience the romance of Ronda and see why the town inspired writers and filmmakers such as Orson Welles and Ernest Hemingway. Following a pick-up from your hotel on the Costa del Sol, transfer to Ronda and start your tour in the "new" part of town. Here, you will see the bullring of the Plaza de Toros de Ronda, one of Spain's oldest and best-loved bullfighting rings. The on-site Bullfighting Museum is filled with bullfighting paraphernalia, along with art by Goya and Picasso and photographs of famous bullfighting fans. Go to the lookout and Puente Nuevo ("New Bridge"), which spans the gorge of the El Tajo. Then visit Ronda's old area to see the Baños Árabes (Arab Baths), Puente Viejo ("Old Bridge") and Cloister. End with an optional wine tasting and sample the wines of Ronda at source. Trip options include a 2-hour private tour and 2-hours of free time for lunch and shopping, or a 1.5-hour private tour and 30 minutes free time.

Mijas Pueblo: Private Tour From the Costa del Sol

3. Mijas Pueblo: Private Tour From the Costa del Sol

Enjoy a visit to the picturesque village of Mijas Pueblo and learn about this charming place from your guide. On this private tour you’ll see the oval bullring, the remains of the Arab wall, the churches of the 16th and 17th centuries and much more. Visit the Mijas Contemporary Art Museum and the Ethnographic Museum, where you can see displays of ancient local crafts and recreations of centuries-old buildings. You can choose an optional taxi donkey ride (not included in the tour price). Enjoy a session tasting some delicious Malaga wines and take some time to explore the local shops. If you’re visiting the village on Wednesday or Saturday you can enjoy a free outdoor flamenco show.

Costa del Sol: Private Tour to Ojen

4. Costa del Sol: Private Tour to Ojen

In the morning you will be picked up from your hotel on the Costa de Sol and taken to the Ojen lookout. After enjoying the views and fresh air, you enjoy a "Churros mojaos" breakfast. Afterwards you head to to the brandy museum and oil mill museums before strolling the surrounding streets to see the church and caves.  You will then stop at a local shop where you have the opportunity to purchase some world-class olive oil. Throughout your trip, your guide provides you with engaging commentary about the town's history, culture, and legends, and the journey ends with a hassle-free ride back to your hotel.

From Costa del Sol: Malaga Half-Day Private Tour

5. From Costa del Sol: Malaga Half-Day Private Tour

Discover the beauty of Malaga on this private tour with an accredited guide, who will tell you about the city’s history as you see its monuments and attractions. Hear interesting commentary about Malaga’s history from your knowledgeable guide as you enjoy a walk along Larios Street and around Constitution Square. Take a leisurely stroll around the old city and stop to admire the cathedral. You’ll pass by the Picasso Museum. Discover the archeological sites of the city, including the Roman theater and the citadel. Again, your guide will provide historical information on these sites. On the last part of the tour, you’ll see Picasso's birthplace and follow the Picasso route to the church where he was baptized.

Costa del Sol: Private Tour to Antequera

6. Costa del Sol: Private Tour to Antequera

Antequera is known as the Heart of Andalusia, and this private tour shows you exactly why. Explore this charming city's extensive archaeological and architectural heritage in the company of a knowledgeable guide. After pickup from your hotel, take a relaxing ride through the Spanish countryside to Antequera, where you are greeted by clean, white homes and buildings with elegantly shingled roofs. Charming cobblestoned streets dotted with shops and cafes can be seen at every turn as you drive through the city, enjoying fascinating stories from your guide. Have your camera ready as you make stops at churches, convents, and palaces representing various periods of Spanish history and several styles of architecture. Visit a complex of dolmens, cave-like tombs, which serve as a burial ground dating back to 3,000 B.C. Your guide will inform you of how these caves were built and their relationship to astronomy. Continue your tour to the Alcazaba of Antequera, a monumental fortress erected during the 14th century. Admire its 2 imposing towers and the Moorish ruins surrounding them before making your way to the Roman baths nearby. Your journey ends with transportation back to your hotel.

From Málaga: Gibraltar and Marbella Private Tour

7. From Málaga: Gibraltar and Marbella Private Tour

Explore Gibraltar & Marbella on this private, 8-hour family-friendly tour. Visit the nature reserve, St. Michael's cave, Pillars of Hercules, the Great Siege Tunnels, the Moorish castle and the monkeys in Gibraltar. Then the main tourist spots in Marbella including the old town and the sculptures of Dali. Be impressed by the contrast between Gibraltar - British territory -, and Marbella, a typical Andalusian coastal town with a well-preserved old town. Also discover why Marbella was and is a luxury destination

From Costa del Sol: Casares Private Tour

8. From Costa del Sol: Casares Private Tour

Admire the architecture and stunning views that characterize Casares, a mountain town known as the birthplace of the father of Andalusian nationalism. A knowledgeable local guide will delight you with informative commentary as you explore the town's narrow, winding streets. Start with a convenient pickup from your hotel and a drive inland from the Costa del Sol to reach Casares, where you're greeted by the town's many white, red-roofed buildings. Perched on a hilltop, the town offers stunning 360-degree views of the mountainous, pine-covered landscape that surrounds it. It is celebrated as the birthplace of Blas Infante, a politician, writer, and historian known for his role in shaping Andalusia's nationalist movement. After learning about Infante and seeing his birthplace, take a stroll through the main square and see San Sebastian Church. Pass a beautiful fountain on your way to the oldest part of the town, with your guide revealing fascinating anecdotes and legends all along the way. Sights of well-preserved Muslim ruins dot the area, including an imposing Moorish wall and castle, and a scenic gorge.

Costa del Sol: Private Tour to Marbella

9. Costa del Sol: Private Tour to Marbella

First, you will discover the first green spot built in the city before exploring its old town. Stroll along its narrow streets visiting its main square, civil buildings (the Town Hall and the Mayor House – both built in the 16th century), its 17th-century church, its 16th and 17th century Hermitages, its niches, and the remains of the Arab walls. All while listening to stories, legends and important facts about this beautiful city with the help of the guide. You will then wander along Alameda Park and Mar Avenue where a permanent exhibition of bronze statues of Salvador Dali are displayed. Next you can admire the seaport and its lovely promenade while learning about our culture and traditions. At the end of the visit, you will go back to the departing point.

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Amazing view of this cliff-side city, lots of charm

From Malaga, it takes 1h30 of travel in a comfortable and air-conditioned mini bus: we took the opportunity to ask various questions to our guide who made us discover the history and landscapes of Andalusia. With the agency, we decided the points of interest that we wanted to see and thus have a personalized tour: view of the gorge, the Pont Neuf, visit the Arab baths, crossing the city through the typical streets and visit arenas. Thank you to our guide Rocio (speaking French and English) for the little surprise show in the arena by involving our children! Isabel from the agency was perfect to organize the day, the place of appointment and ensure that we had all the information before the tour. Small downside: the duration of the ride a bit short when there is a round trip. So we had to walk at a fast pace that does not invite strolling or buying souvenirs ... but Ronda is worth the detour!

A private tour at your own pace and time is the absolute way to go.

Our guide was outstanding and the best tour of the week. It started out with being picked-up by our guide and a driver right at the condo we rented. This is in comparison to the two hours we road around on a tour bus picking up other passengers when we went to Cordoba (and the two hours dropping everyone off). We had a lovely conversation on the way to Rhonda. We got to avoid the big tour groups and got to go into areas where they couldn't (such as the rooftop of a church with incredible views. We were able to have discussions with him about the little details. We got to go at our own pace and linger where we wanted. We learned not only the cold history facts, but about the culture as well. He was so friendly. He also made sure we had some free time. If you can afford it, go with a private tour. Well worth it.

Alicia was our tour guide for our walking tour around Ronda, and she could not have been more awesome! We loved her!! She was so sweet and patient, and suggested the best routes for the best sights and views that could also accommodate my 80 year old father who has severe mobility issues. She was very knowledgeable about Ronda, having grown up there, and her English was awesome, from having lived in England for about 6 years. She also new we were avid photographers, so she took us to the best spots for wonderful photos, all while explaining the history and current culture of the area. We would definitely recommend her to anyone wanting a perfect few hours in Ronda!

What a wonderful tour. Starting with the confirmation of the pickup location and time, the day before the tour, the professional driver who arrived early with a clean car and water for our trip to Ronda. Our personal tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and made the experience fun while been informative. The tour took us around the most interesting parts of Ronda but left us with enough time to wander around ourselves and for lunch. I would certainly encourage others to take it, we saw a lot of people wandering around not really knowing where they were going. It's worth the price to have someone explain the history of such a wonderful place.

Seville is all about Cathedral and the Jewish city around. Daniel the guide was fantastic!! You do not manage to see much more of the city. The boat trip is not worth to go, not nice landscaoe to see around the river, just ok do not expect much. But it was nice and relaxing.