Trips & Activities

Trips & Activities

Trips and Activities

Catamaran Sailing
Dolphin and Whale Spotting

Churches and Cathedrals

River Running

Pompidou Centre

Buddhist Temple


Roman Baths
Beach Walks

Forest Walks

Pottery Making

Chocolate Making
Jet skis and inflatables

Crazy Golf

Hill Climbing


Roaming Beautiful Villages, Towns, and Cities



Malaga, often referred to as the capital of the Costa del Sol, is a vibrant city located in the Andalusia region of southern Spain. It boasts a rich history dating back over 2,800 years, making it one of the oldest cities in Europe.

In the heart of sunny Andalusia lies the enchanting city of Malaga, a place where history, culture, and modernity converge to create an unforgettable experience for visitors.



Nestled in the hills of the Costa del Sol, Mijas is a charming village that enchants visitors with its whitewashed buildings, breathtaking views, and rich Andalusian heritage. Perched high above the Mediterranean Sea, this picturesque pueblo blanco exudes a timeless allure, transporting visitors back to a bygone era of winding cobblestone streets and fragrant orange trees.



Nestled along the sun-kissed shores of the Costa del Sol, Marbella beckons with its blend of Mediterranean glamour and Andalusian charm. This picturesque coastal town, situated in southern Spain, is renowned for its luxurious resorts, golden sand beaches, and vibrant nightlife. Visitors are enchanted by Marbella’s historic Old Town, where narrow cobblestone streets wind their way past whitewashed buildings adorned with colorful flower-filled balconies. The iconic Orange Square, surrounded by cafes and boutiques, serves as a focal point for locals and tourists alike. Beyond the town center, the glitzy Puerto Banús marina dazzles with its superyachts, high-end shops, and waterfront restaurants.


Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula, bordered by Spain to the north. It is renowned for its iconic landmark, the Rock of Gibraltar, a massive limestone promontory rising from the sea.



Ronda, a picturesque town nestled in the province of Malaga, Spain, boasts a rich tapestry of history that spans millennia. 

The city boasts breathtaking views of the El Tajo gorge, a spectacular natural wonder that cuts through the landscape. The ancient city walls, and the historic bullring, one of the oldest and most prestigious in Spain.

Ronda’s cultural scene often includes temporary art exhibitions and events hosted in various venues throughout the city. These may include galleries, cultural centers, or even outdoor spaces where local and visiting artists showcase their work.

Volunteering Opportunities

Dog Walking
Litter Picking
Charity Work

Learning Local Culture and History

Roman Bath

In ancient Spain, Roman baths served as vital social and cultural centers, reflecting the influence of Roman civilization on the Iberian Peninsula. These bathhouses, known as “termas” in Latin, were architectural marvels adorned with intricate mosaics, elegant statues, and sophisticated heating systems. They provided not only a place for hygiene but also a space for relaxation, leisure, and socializing. Patrons from diverse backgrounds would gather to enjoy the thermal waters, indulge in massages, and engage in conversation. The Roman baths in Spain symbolized the integration of Roman customs into local society, highlighting the enduring legacy of Roman culture in the region.


Spain has been home to many influential artists whose works have left an indelible mark on the world of art. One such artist is Pablo Picasso, whose innovative style and prolific output revolutionized modern art. Picasso’s works, including iconic pieces like “Guernica” and “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon,” showcase his mastery of various artistic movements, from Cubism to Surrealism. Another notable figure is Salvador Dalí, known for his eccentric personality and surrealistic paintings, such as “The Persistence of Memory.”


Spain has a rich literary tradition with many notable writers who have made significant contributions to world literature. Here are a few:

  • Miguel de Cervantes: Often regarded as one of the greatest writers of all time, Cervantes is best known for his masterpiece “Don Quixote.”
  • Federico García Lorca: Lorca was a poet, playwright, and theatre director, known for his works such as “Blood Wedding,” “Yerma,” and “The House of Bernarda Alba.” and more

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