Spain

Gay Group Trip: New Year’s Eve In Andalucia

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8 days£1000
Group Trip

Explore the most charming cities in Andalucia and party at New Year’s Eve in Torremolinos. You’ll visit Malaga, the birthplace of Picasso and one of our favourite Spanish cities, Granada, home of the Alhambra Palace. In Cadiz, you’ll explore the birthplace of Flamenco, the famous dance style of the Gitano gipsies. In Torremolinos, you’ll party at the most popular gay hotel in Andalucia. An ideal combination of culture and nightlife.

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  • 28th December 2019 Saturday
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Group Trip Breakdown

Torremolinos

Day 1: Arrival

Welcome to Torremolinos. We’ll be staying at the most popular gay hotel in town. You’ll get to meet your fellow travellers over a welcome dinner in the evening. A bit of bar hopping my follow.

Malaga

Day 2: Malaga

Malaga is a charming city that’s packed with history. Old Town is a great place to explore. The seafood is fabulous and there are many art galleries to explore: it’s the birthplace of Pablo Picasso! We’ll go for a city tour and explore the seaside bars.

Meals included: Breakfast

 

 

Cadiz

Day 3: Cadiz and Gibraltar

This morning we’ll take a private transfer to Cadiz and take a stroll downtown. Its stunning beach is right by the old town. Cadiz is also home to a striking 18th-century cathedral. On our way back to Torremolinos, we’ll visit the British outpost of Gibraltar. This famous rock is known as the “gateway to the Mediterranean.” It’s of great strategic importance to the military. Do a bit of duty-free shopping before we head back to the hotel.

Meals included: Breakfast

Torremolinos

Day 4: New Year’s Eve Dinner

Day at leisure in Torremolinos. You can lounge by the pool or explore the local gay scene – maybe both! In the evening, we’ll gather for a New Year’s Eve dinner with some great drag queens providing entertainment. It’ll then be time for some bar hopping. The bars here stay open till 6 am.

Meals included: Breakfast, New Year’s Eve Dinner

Torremolinos

Day 5: Recovery

It’s 2020. A New Year begins and with that the opportunity of change and renewal. But first you have to shake off that hangover. A hearty breakfast will be called for. The hair of the dog is always an option.

Meals included: Breakfast

Seville

Day 6: Seville

Today we’ll visit the Seville. It’s home to a charming gothic cathedral, baroque churches and winding medieval streets. It’s the capital of Andalucia and it’s considered to be the birthplace of Flamenco. Evening at leisure in Torremolinos.

Granada

Day 7: Granada

Granada is home to the Alhambra Palace, Spain’s top tourist destination. It was the capital of Moorish Andalucia and contains much of the architecture from that time, giving you a glimpse into a lost world where east met west in Medieval Europe. It’s also home to classic tapas bars and some great street art.

In the afternoon, you can explore the city at your own pace. We’ll have a farewell dinner back in Torremolinos. We can also have some drinks in the Nogalera district.

Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

Granada

Day 8: Departure

You’ll be transferred to the airport for your return flight.

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