During your stay you can take advantage of our offer of one-day trips. We provide transport, lunch packs, guide service, tickets to the most important tourist attractions and more. We adapt the trip to the needs of the group and project goals.


Trips organized for beneficiaries who are accommodated in Granada:

Cabo de Gata-Níjar Nature Park was Andalusia’s first marine-terrestrial protected area. This area is also internationally recognised as a biosphere reserve on account of the contrasts it contains between marine, coastal and terrestrial environments, the numerous exclusive species to be found here and the unique characteristics of one of Europe’s most arid ecosystems.

What’s Included in the Trip:

  • Trip to the beach
  • Western Villages in Taberna Desert (Mini Hollywood Park)
  • Canoeing in Cabo de Gata

A city in southern Spain, on the river Guadalquivir, the capital of the province Córdoba, in the region of Andalusia. Due to the numerous and wonderful monuments that testify to the presence of many civilizations, it was entered on the UNESCO list.

What will we visit?

  • Mezquita and Cathedral
  • Alcazar (royal palace)

It is located on one of the ends of the Strait of Gibraltar, which separates Africa and Europe and the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

What will we visit?

  • Casemates Square and Main Street
  • Rock of Gibraltar
  • Gorhama Cave

The province of Malaga is located in the south of the Mediterranean coast, between the provinces of Granada and Cadiz, and bordering the provinces of Cordoba and Seville in the north.

What will we visit?

  • Alcazaba
  • Roman Theatre
  • Castillo de Gibralfaro
  • Cathedral Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación
  • Fundacion Picasso – Museo Natal

The gorge of the Río Monachil is one of the most beautiful, popular and easiest hiking routes in the whole province of Granada. The walk begins and ends in the village of Monachil, following the river through the gorge, and then returning along the higher route, from which there is a beautiful view of the whole valley.

Salobreña is a town on the  Costa Tropical  one hour from Granada. There are two main parts of Salobreña; The first is The Old Town which sits atop a rocky prominence and is a cluster of whitewashed houses and quirky steep narrow streets leading up to a 10th-century  Moorish  castle. This is called El Castillo De Salobreña which is one of its main tourist attractions. The second part of Salobreña is new developments which spread from the bottom of The Old Town right to the Beach.
Another tourist attraction in Salobreña is El Peñon (The Rock) which divides two of Salobreña’s five beaches and juts out between Playa La Guardia and Playa de la Charca/Solamar and into the sea.

Seville is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Andalusia and the province of Seville. It is situated on the plain of the river Guadalquivir. Seville has a municipal population of about 700,000 and a metropolitan population of about 1.5 million, making it the fourth-largest city in Spain and the 30th most populous municipality in the European Union. Its Old Town contains three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Alcázar palace complex, the Cathedral and the General Archive of the Indies. The Seville harbour, located about 80 kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean, is the only river port in Spain. Seville is also the hottest major metropolitan area in the geographical Western Europe.

What will we visit?

  • Cathedral de Santa María de la Sede
  • Giralda
  • General Archive of the Indies
  • Real Alcázar de Sevilla
  • Torre del Oro
  • Plaza de España


Trips organized for beneficiaries who are accommodated in Valencia:

Only 10 kilometres from Valencia you will find the Albufera Natural Park, a Mediterranean ecosystem with unspoilt dune beaches, forests, rice fields and a huge lake where you can enjoy boat trips.
This is where paella was invented and where you can try other culinary delights made with local products, such as all-i-pebre (a garlic and paprika-based dish) and marinated mullet.

  • Barrio de San Cruz and Ermita de Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Quarter and Santa Cruz Hermitage)
  • Puerta del Mar
  • Town Hall of Alicante
  • Convento de las Monjas de la Sangre (Convent of the Blood Sisters)
  • La Calle Labradores
  • Beach El postiguet
  • Parque Güell
  • Casa Milá
  • Picasso Museum

A World Heritage Site, Cuenca is one of Spain’s most memorable cities, its old center a stage set of evocative medieval buildings, many painted in bright colors, stacked on a steep promontory at the meeting of two deep river gorges. Narrow meandering streets separate tall houses with wooden balconies that literally jut out over the sheer cliffs. Yet, despite its age and Unesco listing, Cuenca has somewhat ironically established itself as a vortex of abstract modern art. Two of its most iconic buildings – including one of the famed casas colgadas (hanging houses) – have transformed their interiors into modern galleries. It’s a theme continued in many of the town’s hotels, museums and restaurants.

Elche is a Spanish city in the province of Alicante and it is located in the Comarca of Baix Vinalopo. It is around 23 km inland from Alicante and is the capital of the EI Baix district. The official languages are Spanish and Valencian. Interestingly, a part of Elche is coastal while the main city is nearly 11km away from the coastline. A small creek called Vinalopo passes through the city dividing into two parts. It just 20 km away from the city of Alicante and 50 km from Murcia.There are approximately 200,000 palm trees planted in Elche by the town authority and they all are protected. Thus, this town has got an exotic look and feel today.

Algar Waterfalls at only 15 km from Benidorm and 3 km from the center of Callosa d'en Sarrià, direction Bolulla, you can find a natural area with a high degree of conservation of the ecological richness and also tourist services and environmental education.

The city of Calpe is a near perfect combination of romantic village together with sun and beach. One of Spain’s most visited tourist destinations, Calpe on the Costa Blanca is an ocean side resort town full of interesting things to see and do.

Is the capital of Spain and its the biggest city, is located in the center of the country on the Castilian Plateau in the foothills of Sierra de Guadarrama by the river Manzanares.

What will we visit?

  • Puerta del Sol
  • Plaza Mayor
  • Palacio Real
  • Park Retiro
  • Plaza de España
  • Plaza de Toros de las Ventas
  • Museo Nacional del Prado

Sagunto Castle
The castle contains remains of the buildings left by its various inhabitants: Romans, Visigoths, Arabs and Christians. Sagunto Castle covers an area of almost one kilometer in length. It has been a witness to the passage of time and to the presence of the different civilizations who inhabited it: Romans, Visigoths, Arabs and Christians.

The Castle of Montanejos is located in a strategic position on the top of a hill on the left bank of Montán river and from which you can dominate part of this, the river Mijares, all the plain that is passing through Montanejos, the roads leading down from the area of Cortes de Arenoso and Zucaina and current populations of Montán and Alquería.

The Church of Santiago Apostal
Built in the 16th century, although it was restored many times in the 18th century. It has three naves and in the epistle nave the coffered ceiling is outstanding for the intricate decoration of the vault.

Thermal baths (Fuente de Baños) Hot Springs
Its water was declared public utility by the Royal Order of October 13, 1863. For its constant temperature of 25 ° C, the water has hypothermal effects and makes bathing pleasant throughout the year.

Blessed with sunshine, a beautiful coastline, and interesting ancient monuments, Tarragona is a delightful detour from Barcelona (100 kilometers away). This port town hugs the golden shores of Catalonia’s Costa Daurada, and much of the city overlooks the Mediterranean. The gorgeous beach of El Milagro is within walking distance from the main landmarks. Layer upon layer of history is everywhere, from the UNESCO-listed Roman ruins to the medieval alleyways and cobblestone streets, and the Romanesque-Gothic cathedral. To soak up the quaint Old World ambience while enjoying a meal, head to El Serrallo – the fishing village that grew into the big city that is now Tarragona. In this atmospheric neighborhood, tourists can take a scenic stroll and enjoy delicious fresh seafood at one of the waterfront restaurants.

Xátiva is the capital of the region of La Costera. Birthplace of the painter José Ribera “el españoleto” and of Pope Borgia Alexander VI, it suffered a dark moment in its history at the hands of Felipe V, who, after victory in the battle of Almansa in the War of Spanish Succession, ordered the city to be burned, changing its name to San Felipe. In memory of the insult, the portrait of the monarch hangs upside down in the local museum of L’Almodí.

The city preserves a wealth of artistic heritage to be discovered: the Renaissance collegiate church; the hermitage of San Félix, the oldest in the city (it is said to have been a Mozarab temple and that Jaime I rebuilt it); the church of Sant Pere, where Alexander VI was baptized, the Royal Hospital, which still preserves its original Renaissance façade intact; the palaces of the Marquis de Montortal and the Marquis of Alarcó. And the fountains: San Francisco, which is baroque; Trinidad, which is Gothic; and the Neoclassic fountain with 25 jets. Most outstanding, with 30 towers and four fortified gates, is its enormous castle, the result of the fusion of an Iberian-Roman fortress and a later Arab one.

Zaragoza is a treasure trove of historical and cultural gems awaiting discovery. Tourists will find ancient Roman ruins, the first Marian church in Christendom, and fabulous art museums. Follow the Caesaraugusta Route to find the forum, thermal baths, and theater of the first- to second-century Roman town (named after Emperor Augustus) that once flourished here. The faithful must visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Pilar, one of the most important pilgrimage churches in Spain. Equally fascinating are the 12th-century Moorish palace and the splendid UNESCO-listed Mudéjar architecture of San Pablo, Santa Maria Magdalena, and San Juan de los Panetes churches. Art lovers will also appreciate the museums that display Francisco de Goya’s famous paintings as well as works by contemporary artist Pablo Serrano and the renowned sculptor Pablo Gargallo.

Trips organized for beneficiaries who are accommodated in Sevilla:


Trips organized for beneficiaries who are accommodated in San Sebastian:

In this beautiful city, students will see the Guggenheim Museum, a museum of contemporary art designed by the Canadian architect Frank O. Gehry.

It is a port near the border with France. Students will visit the French Abbadia castle, founded in the XIX century.

Students will visit the Altamira caves, which is a natural interior in the rock, in which one of the most important painting and artistic series of prehistory is preserved.

Students will go to the cathedral, which is a unique church architectural complex, because it is the most complete preserved cathedral
complex in Spain.


Trips organized for beneficiaries who are accommodated in Santiago de Compostela:

It is the descent of four estuaries located on the south-western coast of Galicia. The students and their carers will visit the beautiful

It is a coastal region of the northwestern part of the Iberian Peninsula. It receives this name because of the large number of wrecks that have occurred in this area throughout history.


Trips organized for beneficiaries who are accommodated in Malaga:

Granada is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada. The tour program includes visits to the Cathedral and the Capilla Real.

The largest old town in Spain, very often visiting by tourists. Students started from visiting the Cathedral. The next stop will be the Giralda, the name given to the belfry of the Cathedral of Santa María de la Sede. At the end they will make a tour in Real Alcazar which is a brick palace complex built in various historical scenes.

Gibraltar is a British overseas territory located in a small bay in the southern part of the Iberian Peninsula, bordering only Spain. The students can view the views in a mountain railway queue. Then go on a trip with a boat and they will have the opportunity to experience the adventure dolphins.

Nerja has a long history proven by paintings found in the Nerja Cave, discovered in 1959, Which may be the oldest pictures of rock art in the history of mankind. Depending on the weather, the students will be able to visit the Nerja cave or go kayak trip the Nerja and Maro cliffs.

This town will provide you with many impressions. Districts consisting of steep, cobbled streets curving next to white houses full of flowers will be a great background for taking photos. If the weather is nice, the students will see the beautiful sea.

El Caminito del Rey is a passage built on the walls of the Los Gaitanes gorge, between the city districts. It is a pedestrian walkway with a length of over 3 km (apart from 4.8 km of access), attached to the rock inside the canyon. Students will be able to feel a little adrenaline setting out on this exciting trip.

The city of Ronda is situated on a plateau cut by a deep cut dug by the Guadalevín River, from which you can see the buildings of its historic center, which gives the city a beautiful panorama. Students will visit the city and learn about its history.

The students start by visiting the island of Cadiz, an island separated from the river by the narrow channel Caño de Sancti Petri, which crosses the swamps. Then go to the ancient Roman city of Baelo Claudia located in the bay of Bologna. Through the stone streets they will feel like they are in Rome.

Contact us for details of the one-day group trips offer: