Activities on the Costa del Sol

Sailing on the Costa

So many activities to choose from. Some are on very specific dates. One thing's for sure, there's no room for Land Lubbers here, me hearties!
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The Caminito del Rey

From Malaga and the Costa. From El Chorro. From El Chorro (sunset special). The less well-known "Via Ferrata".

Gibraltar

  1. Gibraltar with Guided Tour of the Rock.
  2. Gibraltar at Your Leisure.
  3. Gibraltar with Dolphin Watching.
  4. Private Trip to Gibraltar

White Villages

  1. Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas with Guided Tour
  2. Ronda & Setenil de las Bodegas at your Leisure.
  3. Nerja & Frigiliana at your Leisure.
  4. Mijas Pueblo, Puerto Banús, & Marbella.

Seville with Guided Tour
of the Real Alcázar

You can also book to visit Seville at your leisure.

Cordoba with Guided Tour
of the Mosque-Catedral

You can also book to visit Cordoba at your leisure.

Granada with Guided Tour
of the Alhambra

The Alhambra offers two tour options: complete (this sells out fast and includes all parts of the complex) oe essential (does NOT include the Nasrid Palaces.
You can also book to visit Granada at your leisure.

Day Trip to Morocco

This day-trip, which visits Ceuta and Tetouan, can be done both from Malaga and the Costa del Sol area as well as Algeciras, Gibraltar, and the Costa de la Luz.

Civitatis offers miriad activities all over the world.

I have chosen a selection of twelve activities to display on this page. There are many more. All of these links are affiliate links. That means if you book through them, I can make a small commission. From a business point of view, it is important for me to tell my clients that if they go directly to the Civitatis website, I lose their custom.

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The last time I was n Rome I wanted to visit the Galleria Borghese. I didn’t prebook, and while I am not linguistically incompetent, I floundered trying to book tickets. I can understand written Italian, but when it comes to buying on the internet, I wasn’t confident enough to do it in a foreign language. It won’t happen to me again.