Spain is an absolutely magnificent country, and its people are so welcoming you may actually never want to go back home! I’ve personally been to Costa del Sol every winter for the last seven years and, quite frankly, I expect to keep going back again and again and again!

Going on a trip is always great, but truly experiencing a trip is a thousand times better. And that’s precisely what it’s like in Spain.  On a three to nine-week vacation, you can adopt a slower pace of life as you explore the local markets, discover laid-back terraces and good wine, or stroll along the beach… in Costa del Sol, life is simple and oh-so sweet.

Your “base camp” will be in Fuengirola, a seaside town surrounded by eight kilometres of cliffs and beaches opening up to the Mediterranean. In the 1950s, Fuengirola was nothing more than a tiny fishing harbour with a castle in ruins as a backdrop. Today, Fuengirola has matured into a small town equipped with absolutely everything you need.

Somewhere between all of your local discoveries, why not set off on an excursion? Gendrontours offers a great variety of options I will be thrilled to (re)discover with you!  For those of you who loved the experience so much (and there are quite a few!), this year’s edition offers several interesting variations. In the Fall of 2016, combine your stay with a transatlantic cruise from Barcelona. I’ll be there to enjoy it with you! And, for the Winter 2017 season, discover our Costa del sol – Andalusia and Costa del Sol – Barcelona combos.



Sep 2018


Spain : Extended stay on the Costa del Sol

Long séjour
Accompanied by
September 19, 2018 to October 11, 2018


NoRéservez avant le 14 mai 2018 et économisez 200 $ / couple!*


$ 2 895 2 095 / pers.
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Oct 2018


Spain : Extended stay on the Costa del Sol

Long séjour
Accompanied by
October 10, 2018 to October 30, 2018


NoBook before May 14, 2017 and save $ 200 / couple!


$ 2 895 2 095 / pers.
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Costa del Sol EXCURSIONS :

Levels :

1 | Very easy, a little walking

2 | Easy, moderate walking

3 | Intermediate, moderate walking with some incline

4 | Demanding, lots of walking

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Gibraltar | $ 120  / pers.

Leaving along the coast to La Línea de la Concepción, across the border with Gibraltar. There, we board a minibus for the visit of Gibraltar: the rock “el Peñón”, the entrance of the Caves of San Miguel and the monkeys at Upper Rock Nature Reserve. The visit is followed by free time in Gibraltar before coming back

Duration: 10 hours | Level: 1


Cordoba | $ 140 / pers.

Visit of Cordoba, a city like no other with Arab and Jewish roots. Visit of the Mosque-Cathedral, a beautiful mixture of styles and religions, built in the 7th century. Visit of the Jewish quarter and its narrow streets and discover the Roman Bridge, which construction is attributed to Roman emperor Augustus.

Duration : 11 to 15 hours | Level: 2


 Ronda | $ 110  / pers.

Departure along the coast and then through the mountains where magnificent landscapes await. You might even see a “pinsapo”, a tree only seen there and mountain goats. On arrival to Ronda, go on a sightseeing tour of this beautiful city, one of Spain’s oldest. Visit and tasting at the Wine Museum located in an old palace. See the Old Neighbourhood and its original streets, the Tajo and the bull ring, built entirely of stone in 1784 and considered to be the oldest in Spain.

Duration: 7 to 10 hours | Level: 3


 White villages: Frigiliana et Nerja | $ 125  / pers.

This 8.5-hour tour gives you free time in the tourist town of Nerja and its grotto, in Frigiliana where flowery alleys and white houses are a distinctive feature. Dinner at Maria’s farm will give you the opportunity to sample excellent local cooking in a cosy atmosphere while admiring a magnificent view of the region.

Duration: 8.5 hours | Level: 3


 Seville | $ 155  / pers.

On your way to Sevilla, you’ll see the typical Andalusian villages of Antequerra, La Roda, Estepa and Osuna. In Sevilla, a city tour will take you to its most interesting monuments such as the Cathedral built in the 16th century, the park of Maria Luisa, the Place of Spain and the neighbourhood of Santa Cruz.

Duration: 11 to 15 hours | Level: 3


Granada | $ 150  / pers.

We start with a short stop in Riofrío or Loja and then continue to Granada. Free time to visit the Royal Chapel (optional) built in 1504. Then we leave for the Alhambra, a must-see example of Arab design, its Nazaries Palace and the magnificent Generalife Gardens. Enjoy a superb view of the city and the Gypsy quarter of Albaycin.

The order of your visits can be altered depending on the time of entry to the Alhambra.

Duration: 11 to 15 hours | Level: 4


 Flamenco dinner show | Rates coming soon

Flamenco is a musical art born mid-nineteen century in the South of Europe, more precisely in Andalucía. Flamenco is the result of a mix of vocal music, art, dance and musical arrangement.

Duration: 110 min. | Level: 1

Paella Mixta

 Tapas Road | $ 145  / pers.

While visiting Malaga’s historical centre on foot, stop for tapas and drinks and discover typical Spanish pubs

Duration: 4 hrs. | Level: 2


 Visit of Alpujarras | $ 120  / pers.

Departing early in the morning for Alpujarra Granadina where magnificent landscapes showcase almond trees, vineyards and sunny terraces. Houses are built into the mountainside, facing south to take advantage of the Mediterranean climate. Paved and sinuous roads are an invitation to walk around, breath the fresh air and enjoy the peace and tranquility.

Then we get on the road to Lanjarón, known locally as Puerta de la Alpujarra, where one can relax in their mineral waters. After that, we’ll go to Órgiva, of Mauresque influence, Soportújar, Carataunas, and the road to Barranco de Poqueira where you can visit alongside the population of Pampaneira. This stop will let you see the architecture and taste the local cuisine and wines.

We continue to Pórtugos to visit a famous mineral water source of the Alpujarras. Well known by Arabs for its medicinal properties, this water contains iron and carbon dioxide giving it a distinctive spicy flavour. Then we go to Trevelez, the highest village of Spain, famous for its meat and sausages, especially ham. We’ll visit a drying room and see how they dry ham, followed by local wine and tapas tasting. Then we’ll enjoy a typical breakfast.

Some free time will let you visit some more before going back to Fuengirola.

Duration: 11 hours | Level: 2



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