This 8-day Spain tour leads you to Valencia, Alicante, and Malaga for a March adventure that will make you want to return every Spring. In March, the flowers begin to bloom after a long winter, the temperatures begin to rise, and the days start to get longer. Cruise around Valencia in a tuk-tuk, partake in a private cooking course, and spend a morning exploring the Cuevas de San Jose.
Valencia – Trolley Tour of the City
When you arrive in Valencia, your private driver will greet and transfer you to your luxury accommodation. When you are ready, your guide will introduce you to Valencia’s most iconic sights from the vantage point of a comfortable trolley. This entirely electric mode of transportation is eco-friendly. Your tour will include visits to the Central Market, the Silk Exchange, Barrio del Carmen, Serranos Towers, Plaza de la Virgen, the Basilica, and the Door of the Apostles of the Cathedral. After your tour, you will have the rest of the evening to spend at your leisure.
Valencia – Picturesque Peniscola
Valencia – Make Paella and Sangria
Alicante – E-Bike Tour of the City
Alicante – Guadalest and Algar Springs
Malaga – Sunset Dinner Cruise
Malaga – The Spectacular City of Seville
Malaga – Departure
- Embark on a full-day tour of Seville and witness some of the city’s most iconic sites
- Peruse the delights of Peniscola on a private tour
- Explore the Cuevas de San Jose and witness these natural wonders up-close
- Journey to Guadalest and be amazed by Algar Springs
- Cruise around Valencia in a trolley and witness the city’s most notable sites, including the Central Market of Valencia, Barrio del Carmen, and more
- Delve into Spanish culture and cuisine during a private tutorial of how to make paella and sangria
- Indulge in a sunset dinner cruise in Malaga’s
March is a magnificent time to travel to Spain. It is indeed a wondrous season in Spain. There are numerous cultural events and festivities that are held here in March, such as Las Fallas, Jerez Flamenco Festival, Barcelona’s Sant Medir Festival, FEMAs, and the Barcelona-Sitges Rally for vintage cars. This tour begins in Valencia. Here, you will spend your first evening cruising to the city’s most famous sites in a trolley. The following morning will have you leaving Valencia and Peniscola.
Day three will begin with the natural wonders of the Cuevas de San Jose. You will then spend the afternoon and evening with a master chef, learning how to make paella and sangria. After departing Valencia, you will make your way to Alicante. Upon your arrival, you will dive into the wonders on a private e-bike tour of the city.
A delightful day trip to Guadalest and Algar Springs will be in store for day five. Day six will have you saying goodbye to Alicante for a journey to Malaga. Your first adventure in Malaga will be a private tour of the city’s highlights. Following your tour, you will be treated to a relaxing and luxurious sunset dinner cruise. Day seven will feature an escape to Seville.
$2,491 per person (excluding international flights)
Your Zicasso trip is fully customizable, and this sample itinerary is a starting place for your travel plans. Actual costs are dynamic, and your selection of accommodations and activities, your season of travel, and other such variables will bring this budget guideline up or down. Throughout your planning experience with your Zicasso specialist, your itinerary is designed around your budget. You can book your trip when you are satisfied with every detail. Planning your trip with a Zicasso travel specialist is a free service.
The starting price is based on travel during the low season for a minimum of two travelers staying in shared 3-star accommodations. Please inquire for a custom trip quote based on your travel preferences and travel dates.
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