Day trip to sevilla from Costa del Sol


  • Visiting Plaza de España Santa
  • Cruz Quartier
  • The Cathedral


DEPARTURE: Wednesday

PRICE, per person From Malaga, Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Mijas Costa, Marbella & Estepona 


Adult  80 €

Children (4-11) -25%

Children (0-3)  Free


Departure from Malaga 5€

Departure from  Mijas Costa & Marbella 10€

Departure from Puerto Banus & Estepona 15€


Tour in english, spanish, french, german and italian

Pick up at most of the hotels along the coast and Malaga city only at the bus stop  where the round about «El Corte Ingles», adress:  Avenida Andalucia, 10  (Bus stop in front CaixaBank)


Drop off at the original departure point

Timing at timetable are aproximatelly



Malaga                     06:50 | 18:00

Torremolinos          07:30 | 17:30

Benalmadena         07:45 | 17:10

Fuengirola               08:30 | 16:50

Mijas Costa             08:50 | 16:30

Marbella                 09:10 | 16:10

Estepona                09:30 | 15:45




Seville is the capital of Andalusia and cradle of flamenco, it currently has more than 850.000 inhabitants. Part of its architecture is Mudejar style (a mixure of arab and christian styles) with buildings that like the Alcazar reflect the influence of the arab style. It was founded by the phoenicins and is known worldwide since expedition to the New World where hired in this city. The most importants monuments and places are of course the Chatedral (3rd largest in the world) The Giralda, the Torre del Oro, The Reales Alcazares, its square, parks and traditional neighborhoods.



Our representative guide will meet the clients at the hotel along the coast and departure towards Sevillea. Upon arrival stop and free time at Plaza de España. Later city tour with official local guide of the old quartier of Santa Cruz and the  the Cathedral, ticket included. Free time  and in the afternoon we will return to Costa del Sol and hotels.



Transport by a/c motorcoach

On board tour guide

City tour with official local guide

Entrance fees to the Cathedral

Free time