At Ole Spain Tours, we work with couples, families and groups of all sizes to create the perfect trip. We listen crefully to your need and interests to create the ideal itinerary. We offer many choises of transportation and lodging. Flexibility is our modus operandi!
Customized Travel
Our most popular itineraries for exploring the great cities of Spain, Portugal and Moroccom. We can arrange your trip.
Escorted Tours
Join a group to highlights of Spain and main cities. Luxury buses, experienced guides. In these pages you will find circuits of different days with dates guaranteed. The trips are in group and guides give information in one or more languages.
Cruise on rails
In a deluxe train that follows the old rail roads in Northern Spain, where you will sleep in a suite, enjoy the best northern and south Spain gastronomy and its restaurants, visits the main monuments, discover beauiful resort cities and its towns and beaches.
Sightseeing & One day tours
The Iberian Peninsula is rich cities full of history, culture and physical beauty. The best way to see these cities is with a knowledgeable guide. Ole Spain can help you put together a package of custom tours and tour extensions, with expert private Guides, Drivers ... Etc
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Custom Group Tours
For over decade we has worked with travel agents and tour leaders to organize custom tours from groups of five to hundred. We create unique tours to each client and we can arrange any special activities.
Sightseeing & One day tours
Custom Services
Ole Spain has enlisted the services of Spain’s best English-speaking travel guides. Our licensed guides are friendly, experienced and passionate about the history and culture of their region. They can accompany you on half day or full day walking or driving tours.
Sightseeing & One day tours / Custom Services / Getting Around / Barcelona

Figueres & Cadaques (Full Day)

The Tour Includes:
- English speaking driver with private car (Local Guide optional)
- Entrance fees to the Dali Museum
- Taxes

Today begins with a drive via the historic city of Figeres and Cadaques for a visit to the Dalí Museum. One of Spain’s most popular museums with nearly one million visitors each year, the Dali Museum is built in a 17th-century municipal theatre (hence the full name, the Dali Theatre Museum). Here you have the opportunity to experience a vast collection that includes many types of art: paintings, sculptures, engravings, holograms, etc. Early this afternoon you’ll drive to the scenic fishing village of Cadaques. Often called the Saint Tropez of the Costa Brava, Cadaques is the birthplace of Dali. Among its white houses decorated with colorful flowers, the beautiful Santa Maria church and the scenic beach dotted with fishing boats, its very possible that you will recognize scenes immortalized in Dali’s paintings. You have time for lunch and individual sightseeing in Cadaques before returning to Barcelona in the late afternoon.

Costa Brava & Girona (Full Day)

The Tour Includes:
- English speaking driver with private car (Local Guide optional)
- Entrance fees to the main important monuments
- Taxes

Today is spent exploring the beautiful scenery of the Costa Brava, or “Wild Coast.” Travel first to historic Girona. Located close to the Pyrenees on a spot overlooking the Onyar river, Girona is on of Spain’s most well preserved reminders of the Middle Ages. You will visit the 12th-century Baroque Cathedral and the Jewish quarter with it’s maze of narrow streets and hidden courtyards. Travel next to the Mediterranean Sea to explore several of the beautiful towns along the coast. Stop first in Saint Feliu de Guixols where you have free time for lunch. Surrounded by natural landscapes featuring spectacular beaches and majestic cliffs, the city has a large sea-promenade surrounded by pine trees and palms. There is an open marketplace where fresh vegetables and fruits are sold - a convenient place for your lunch shopping! Next you’ll visit Tossa de Mar, where it may be possible to take a boat ride on the Mediterranean depending on the weather and the interests of the group. Later this afternoon you’ll visit historic Blanes with its ancient monuments and churches as well as a beautiful stretch of coastline full of wide sandy bays and small rocky coves. Return to Barcelona in the early evening.

Sitges & the Wineries of  Pendes (Full Day)    

The Tour Includes:
- English speaking driver with private car (Local Guide optional)
- Entrance one winery
- Taxes

Travel south of Barcelona for about 1-1/2 hours to the most important wine growing area of Catalonia. You’ll have the opportunity to visit two wineries, including the award-winning Torres Winery located in Vilafranca del Penedès. After the winery visits you’ll drive to Sitges, one of the most beautiful coastal towns south of Barcelona. Famous for its annual film festival and lively nightlife, Sitges is also a very popular spot for those who want to relax in the midst of beautiful scenery, historic buildings and a sunny, moderate climate. You have free time for lunch in Sitges before returning to Barcelona early this afternoon.

Monastery of Montserrat (Half Day)

The Tour Includes:
- English speaking driver with private car (Local Guide optional)
- Taxes

You will depart towards the surroundings of Barcelona and its mountains where this magnificent Monastery is located in a beautiful scenery. The tradition of the black madona, the local monastery choir and its beautiful surroundings make this side trip outside the city a unique experience.



The Tour Includes:
- Train Ticket Barcelona-Figueras-Barcelona
- English speaking Local Guide for half day visit
- Entrance fees to the Dali`s Museum
- Taxes

Is the capital of the Ampurdan region. Several buildings of historical interest, an impressive fortress and the Museum of the Ampordan are worthy to visit, but the city is known because Salvador Dali, that was born here in 1904 and has the Dali´s Museum. The Teatre-Museu Dalí is a feature of the town with its distinctive glass domes. You can see some of his works, presented in the most exciting and imaginative way.


The Tour Includes:
- Train Ticket Barcelona- Gerona -Barcelona
- English speaking Local Guide for half day visit
- Entrance fees in the main important monuments
- Taxes

Founded by the Iberians, Girona was occupied by the Romans, the Moors and retaken by Charlemagne in 785, later to form part of the Kingdom of Catalonia and Aragon. The River Onyar separates the new town from the Old town, which is located on the east bank and best explored on foot. This are covers mostly the Old Juderia or Jews District, one of the most important of the Sepharad. In this district you will step right back to the Middle Ages. You find yourself among dark, secretive streets, picturesque houses and hidden squares. The Cathedral appears unexpectedly, rising majestically from a flight of steps. Is consider one of the finest Cathedrals in Catalonia, and dates back to the 14th century. Some other interesting buidlings to explore are the former Iglesia Colegiata de Sant Feliu, the old Episcopal Palace, which is now the Art Museum, and the 12-century Arab Baths. It is very interesting to stroll by night in the Old Town.
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About Sitges

Is a traditional resort that lured Spanish families long before it became an international tourist centre. As well as its splendid sandy beach and shallow waters, Sitges is a picturesque little town with great charm. The local church with its rose-coloured facade, adds to the picture. The Cau Ferrat Museum, once home of the painter Santiago Rusinyol, houses a collection of his paintings, together with works by El Greco, Picasso and others.The city os consider since the last years, one of the most important gay resorts in Europe.

About Costa Brava & Cadaques

Salvador Dalí once said of the town that inspired much of his work: "I have spent a delightful summer, as always, in the perfect and dreamy town of Cadaqués. There, alongside the Latin sea, I have been quenched by light and colour". Facing the Mediterranean Sea at the head of a crystal clear bay, Cadaqués was a favourite of both Picasso and Salvador Dalí who were drawn to the area's incredible light and sea breezes. Cadaques remains a favourite spot for artists and is popular with weekenders from Barcelona and visitors from farther afield. The town has been developed carefully over the years and retains its charm. Most who discover it return again and again.Costa Brava means “wild coast” and the serene deep blue seas of summer become very different in the winter months when the local wind, the tramuntana, accelerates off the snow-clad mountain tops of the "Pireneus" and boils up the Medditerranean.But even at times like these, there is nothing more exhilarating than standing at The Cap de Creus and watching, like Dalí once did, monster waves crashing against the cliffs, while gannets, gulls and shearwaters dive and soar on the fierce winds.

About Montserrat

The Mountain of Montserrat and the Benedictine monastery of Montserrat, founded in the eleventh century, is located in a natural reserve 60 km west of Barcelona. Santa Maria de Montserrat, patron saint of Catalonia,is venerated at the shrine. The Benedictine community made up of about 80 monks have been at the service of the shrine for almost a thousand years. They are focused mainly on praying, research work and teaching, and giving shelter to pilgrims making this place a place of reuinion, prayer and culture. In addition to the monks, there is the Choir School, the oldest choir of boys in Europe, which offer daily the Salve Virolai.

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