Just inland from the coast, Chiclana sits on a small hill overlooking the marismas (salt marshes). With typical Andalucian narrow streets and courtyards full of flowers, Chiclana preserves its Andalucian customs and traditions well: the processions, bullfighting, flamenco, wine production are all part of life for the inhabitants of Chiclana de la Frontera. Chiclana has beaches to suit every taste, from the typical family beaches like La Barrosa with its wide promenade and full range of services to other quieter ones. Sancti-Petri Beach is ideal for windsurfing. From La Barrosa Beach, one can see the picturesque Island of Sancti Petri, the only remaining part of the southern tip of Cadiz’s largest island, where tradition cites is the location of the famous temple of Hercules, erected for the Phoenician god Melkart, and visited by, amongst others, Julius Caesar and Hannibal. There are also the ruins of an old castle. There are a wide range of shops and services including many bodegas, bars and restaurants. Bustle along with the locals at the excellent indoor market or enjoy a drink on the tiled promenade alongside the river Iro.
Spain's capital city and charming Andalucia you will discover in this holiday package!. Start with a visit to Madrid (famous museum, nightlife and endless energy await you); then take a train to the "Lady of Andalucia" Seville (famous for flamenco dancing, particularly in its Triana neighborhood; its monuments, traditions and cultural heritage). Continue with a Rental Car to explore; Chiclana de la Frontera (a town near the Gulf of Cadiz, with its beauty beaches and marina), before to return for a last night in Jerez de la Frontera. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
In the last few years, <b>Madrid</b> has gained the reputation of being one of Europe's most active and attractive cities for its nightlife and cultural activities. Capital of Spain since 1562, Madrid's museums host, among others, Dalis, Miros and Picasso's Guernica. Madrid is a city of great contrasts: the Old City, the Madrid of the Hapsburgs, the Royal Palace, the Puerta de Alcala, the Retiro Park. At night, the city changes gears with its famous Madrid nightlife. The city's endless energy is hard to resist, and its sociable style invites you to jump right in.<br />
Visit Palacio Real, Plaza Mayor, Prado Museum, Puerta del Sol, Puerta de Alcala, Plaza de Cibeles, Gran Via, Madrid Cathedral, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Reina Sofia Museums and so much more!<br />
<p align="justify"><span class="P_Blu_Arial_12"><strong><em>Barcelona</em></strong></span>, the old Roman Barcino, is Sprain's second city, always on the biting edge of fashion, architecture, food, style, music and good times. Walk its narrow streets and wonderful plazas, or along the Ramblas, stretching from Plaza de Cataluna to the Harbor, encompassing the magic of the city: stalls full of books, birds and flowers. The city's most powerful monuments open a window onto its history: the intricately carved edifices that comprise the medieval Gothic Quarter; the curvilinear modernism (Catalan Art Nouveau) that inspired Gaudi's Sagrada Familia; and the seminal surrealist works of Picasso and Miró, found in museums that peg Barcelona as a crucial incubator for 20th-century art. The recent restoration of the port area began with the development of a harbor for the Olympic Games of 1992. New modern squares, designed by leading artists such as Miro and Barcelo have created a new style alongside Gaudi's modernist buildings. Now the city is ready to show every visitor how it has been transformed into one of the most moderns and active cities in Europe.<br />
Explore The Sagrada Familia, Picasso Museum, La Rambla, Barri Gotic, Park Guell, modernist buildings, Montjuic Hill, Barceloneta and so much more!<br />
<p align="justify"><span class="P_Blk_Arial_11"><span class="P_Blu_Arial_12"><strong>Seville</strong></span> is the largest town in the famous Southern province of Andalusia, best known for the impressive Cathedral with its Giralda tower, as well as the Alcazar, which also serves as a visiting residence for the Spanish Royal family. Seville seems to move at half the pace of a normal major city, creating a relaxing and even small-town atmosphere that complements the sevillano way of savoring every moment of life, bite of food and sip of drink. Don't forget your dancing shoes, because from the moment the sun goes down right up until it comes up again, the bars and clubs of Seville's nightlife are brimming with festive people, great music, lively conversation and unrivaled excitement.<br />
Cathedral & Giralda, Royal Alcazar, Gold Tower, Barrio Santa Cruz, Archivo de las Indias, Maria Luisa Park, Triana, Fine Arts Museum, Flamenco and so much more.<br />