Spain with La Tomatina

Madrid, Seville, Malaga, Marbella, Valencia, Ibiza, Barcelona
August - September
Adventure, Beaches, City Life, Events
16 Days


Celebrate a milestone in Spain with an itinerary filled with bucket-list-worthy experiences.

Get a taste of Spanish culture by attending two of Spain’s most celebrated festivals. Dress up in costumes, dance on the streets and drink with the locals as you celebrate Malaga’s annual carnival. Literally paint the town red as you participate in the La Tomatina Festival, a tomato-throwing street battle in the streets of Buñol.

If there’s one thing that no visitor to Spain should miss, it’s the beaches. Laze on Marbella’s sands and stroll its marinas. Hit the town of Ibiza and experience the island’s turquoise waters, white sands, welcoming beach bars, and spectacular coastal views.

With sea-facing bars in Barcelona to pulsating night clubs of Ibiza, it’s no wonder Spain gets dubbed as the party capital of the world. Enjoy sundowners in Barcelona, flamenco shows in Seville and party with the world’s best DJs in Ibiza.

Be a part of the sports culture in Spain as you tour the Santiago Barnabeu Stadium, home of Real Madrid FC. Gain access to the players locker room, trophy room, tunnel and dug-out area frequented by legends of the club. Catch a live football match in Barcelona and stand a chance to watch Lionel Messi play in front of your eyes.

With so many varied experiences at your disposal, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a destination that is as fulfilling and memorable as a trip to Spain.

What will you cover?

Suggested Itinerary

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Day 1 : Madrid Arrival

Arrive at Madrid airport and a private vehicle will transfer you to the accommodation where you can check in.

Madrid, the buzzing Spanish capital, has everything you’d want from a great European city: art, a rich culinary tradition, stunning architecture, and nightlife that often carries on until dawn. With so much to see and so much to do, don’t forget to soak up the culture or the famous Spanish sunshine

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Madrid

Day 2 : Madrid

After breakfast, spend the day exploring Madrid on a Segway tour.

Glide through the vibrant streets of the city and see some of its most iconic landmarks on your futuristic machine; cruise past the Royal Palace, Plaza de Mayor and the Templo de Debod and listen to entertaining and educational commentary from your expert guide.

Later in the evening; make your own way to Santiago Bernabeu Stadium

Visit the home of the Real Madrid football club Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Highlights include the tunnel to the changing rooms – where acclaimed players like Sergio Ramos and Cristiano Ronaldo have walked – and the presidential box where many a dignitary has sat to see a game. Stroll in front of the benches where players from both home and visiting teams sit, walk around the changing rooms, and then admire the impressive amount of trophies that adorn Santiago Bernabeu’s revered trophy room. 

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Madrid

Day 3 : Madrid - Seville

Today, board a high-speed train to Sevilla. Upon reaching Sevilla, transfer to your hotel and check in.

Later in the evening, proceed to witness the Flamenco Show at Tablao Flamenco El Arenal.

Let yourself be allured by the raw emotion and captivating choreography of a traditional flamenco show at the esteemed Tablao Flamenco El Arenal. Sink into a comfortable seat in a venue considered one of the best in the world and watch an electrifying performance that expertly demonstrates the flair and fire of Spanish flamenco. Watch a talented troupe of award-winning dancers move to melodious guitar music and enjoy complimentary drinks, traditional tapas or a gourmet 3-course meal.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Seville

Day 4 : Seville

Today explore Seville on a Guided Bike Tour at Sunset.

Exploring Seville by bike is one of the best ways to experience the city’s winding medieval streets and monumental plazas. On this 3-hour sunset tour, get an electric perspective of the city as the changing golden light washes over landmarks like the San Telmo Palace, Seville Cathedral, Royal Alcazar, and the Maestranza bullring. Get the inside scoop on the best places to dine, drink and dance from a local guide while enjoying a leisurely ride through the city’s most atmospheric neighborhoods.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Seville

Day 5 : Seville - Malaga

After breakfast, transfer to Seville train station to catch a train to Malaga. Upon reaching Malaga, transfer to the hotel and can check in.

The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, warm and sunny Malaga is a destination in southern Spain known for its food and culture. Spend your day at the beach enjoying the sun, sand, and sea or pedal your way through some of Malaga’s iconic landmarks. If you’re in the mood, embark on a sunset cruise relaxing on the deck taking in views of Malaga’s spectacular skyline. Don’t forget to check out Malaga’s culinary scene. This city serves up a combination of traditional Andalusian classics and local favourites made from some of the freshest Mediterranean ingredients. Discover some of Malaga’s best tapas bars in the heart of the city.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Malaga

Day 6 : Malaga

Today, spend the day enjoying the Malaga Feria festival.

The annual Malaga carnival takes place every August and is celebrated for 10 days. It’s got everything a typical Spanish carnival should have- lots of dancing, impromptu karaoke sessions, people dressed in flamenco dresses, endless wine intake and horse-ridden carriage rides. The festival starts at 10:00 am (Feria del Dia- Day Feria) in the city centre and goes on till 6:30pm. Then in true Spanish style, everyone takes a siesta to gear up for the night (Feria de la noche- night Feria) where the party continues into the early hours of the morning. With finger-licking worthy tapas, lots of singing, dancing and general revelry, this festival will give you a true taste of Spanish culture.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Malaga

Day 7 : Malaga - Marbella

After breakfast, transfer to Malaga’s bus stop and board a bus to Marbella. Once you arrive in Marbella, transfer to the accommodation and check in.

From Blue Flag beaches to glitzy marinas, Marbella has plenty to keep you busy. Spend the day lounging on the sands and exploring the orange-scented Old Town. Stroll amongst the whitewashed houses and cobbled plazas before making your way to a beachfront restaurant for dinner.

Later, enjoy a decadent night out in Marbella’s bars and clubs. Marbella’s locals and party crowds play hard at night, so follow their cue and enjoy some high-octane nightlife. 

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Marbella

Day 8 : Marbella

Start your day at ease as you recover from the previous night’s destruction!

Time to work on your Mediterranean tan! But which beach to choose? The town boasts 23 different stretches, with highlights including Bounty Beach and Playa Nagueles, where the water’s edge is hemmed by plush beach clubs and restaurants. 

After a spell on the sands, enjoy a sunset stroll along Marbella’s palm-dotted seafront promenade (Paseo Maritimo) and sip a cocktail overlooking the yachts at Marbella’s marina (Puerto Deportivo). Stop to enjoy some pre-dinner tapas, and then hit the Old Town’s cobbled plazas for dinner. 

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Marbella

Day 9 : Marbella - Valencia

After breakfast, transfer to Marbella bus station to catch a bus to Malaga. From Malaga, hop on to a train and start your journey to Valencia. Once you arrive in Valencia, transfer to the accommodation and check in.

In a country full of fun-loving cities, Valencia goes that extra mile. Cultural attractions and beach-bumming during the day, followed by paella feasts and all-night partying, one thing’s for sure: your time here will be unforgettable.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Valencia

Day 10 : Valencia

After breakfast, attend the La Tomatina Festival Valencia along with the official La Tomatina Pre and After Party.

The La Tomatina Festival happens annually during the last Wednesday of August. Travel to the village of Bunol, famous for its yearly tomato-throwing street battle, and enjoy entrance to the festival and the chance to join what’s billed as the world’s biggest food fight. Hurl and be hit by the supplied over-ripe tomatoes and wash clean afterward at the post-festival showers. The crazy, messy madness of La Tomatina is like no festival you’ve ever experienced. 

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Valencia

Day 11 : Valencia - Ibiza

Today, transfer to Valencia airport to catch a flight to Ibiza

Upon reaching Ibiza, a private vehicle will transfer you to your hotel where you can check in.

Spend your day dipping your toes into the crystal clear water of the Mediterranean. You can then head out to a late dinner in Old Ibiza and then muster that energy for a night of bar hopping. Ibiza didn’t earn the title of the “world’s party capital” for nothing.  With seven major clubs bringing in world-famous DJs, it’s hard to go wrong in terms of nightlife entertainment.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Ibiza

Day 12 : Ibiza

For those who partied until the sun rose, today is all about relaxation.

Start the day off indulging in water-based activities. Ibiza is a water-lover’s paradise. Rent a snorkel and dunk yourself in the clear waters to witness the beauty of the sea. There’s also paragliding, windsurfing, water skiing and other sports to get you out and about and enjoying all the island has to offer.

If you’re up for it, rent a bike or moped and head out and about, exploring everything the island has to offer in terms of natural beauty. Stop at Ses Salinas to take in this fragile ecosystem and find the perfect cove for a picnic. At night, head to the infamous Café del Mar to watch the sun set. Then, before bed, stroll back through Old Town to catch a lively pre-club crowd under the night sky.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Ibiza

Day 13 : Ibiza - Barcelona

After breakfast, transfer to Ibiza airport and board a flight to Barcelona. Once you arrive in Barcelona, transfer to the accommodation and check in.

One of the most dynamic cities in the world, Barcelona sizzles with Art Nouveau architecture, Catalan culture, sparkling sea, and a thrumming nightlife year-round. This makes Barcelona one of Europe’s most irresistible cities meaning there’s enough to see and do to fill up weeks.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Barcelona

Day 14 : Barcelona

After breakfast, spend the day exploring Barcelona using the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus.

From the open-top deck of a distinctive double-decker bus, see the impressive monuments of the Catalonian capital and disembark whenever an attraction captures your attention. Explore both the East and West route to admire the medieval charm of Las Ramblas and see the sandy stretch of Port Olympic. Marvel at the architectural magnificence of Gaudi buildings and feel awe-inspired by the famous F.C. Barcelona football stadium.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Barcelona

Day 15 : Barcelona

Spend the day exploring Barcelona at your own pace.

In the evening, get ready to attend a live football match at Camp Nou.

There’s nothing quite like the electricity in the air on match day in Camp Nou—Europe’s largest stadium—surrounded by chanting Barça fans as the players takes the field. Jump, sing, wave flags and stand in awe with the 99,000 people celebrating watching Lionel Messi create magic with the ball. Cheer along with season-ticket holders, join in with the chanting and be a part of the electric atmosphere.

After the match, join in with the crowds on the streets of Las Ramblas for an after-match party at local bars.

Where to rest your head ?

Accommodation in Barcelona

Day 16 : Barcelona Departure

Today, a private vehicle will transfer you to Barcelona airport where you can catch your flight back home.

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