Crystal Ski short breaks

Find the perfect 3 or 4-night short ski deal to suit your budget. Deals are updated daily and include your flights, transfers and accommodation.

HOTEL LE FLAINE

Hotel le Flaine

HOTEL TIROLERHOF

Hotel Tirolerhof

HOTEL POSTWIRT

Hotel Postwirt

BANYAN HOTEL

Hotel Banyan

SPORTHOTEL ST ANTON

 

Sport Hotel St Anton

LES CROZATS APARTMENTS

Les Crozats

HOTEL BELVÉDÈRE, WENGEN

Hotel Belvedere , Wengen

LES TERRASSES D’EOS APARTMENTS

LES TERRASSES D’EOS

HOTEL WENGENER HOF

 

Hotel Wengener Hof

HOTEL SILBERHORN, WENGEN

Hotel Silberhorn

 

 

 

 

From Mallorca with Love by Hanna Christensen

To have complete information, you would have to come visit us in Mallorca, because no guide can offer it to you. But since they say that the picture is worth a thousand words, I hope to be able to bring the experience to the maximum through not only texts, but also videos both to plan the trip before, and to remember it after traveling.

From Mallorca with Love

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Booking.com , Andalucia

The region of Andalusia has a surface area of 87,268 km2 and represents 17.3% of Spain.

Andalusia today is a modern region with well-developed infrastructure. It offers a warm welcome to visitors and, while conscious of the need to modernise and move forward with the times, it is also careful to take care of its roots and maintain its important cultural heritage and monuments, legacy of the region’s ancestors.

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Andalucia

Excursions Tenerife, Canaries by Musement

Siam Park in Tenerife skip-the-line tickets

  • Visit one of the most spectacular water attractions in Europe
  • Slide down the Tower of Power and ride Mekong Rapids
  • Discover the best place to relax and have fun with friends and family in Tenerife
  • Siam Park is the largest water park in Europe and one of the major in the world. Located in the south of Tenerife, it’s one of the main tourist attractions of the Canaries.

Siam Park in Tenerife skip-the-line tickets

Loro Parque in Tenerife tickets

  • Visit one of the world’s most important zoological gardens
  • See the impressive free flight aviaries
  • Discover a collection of works of art made by great masters of porcelainware
  • Explore a true oasis of relaxation while you reconnect with nature
  • The park was initially conceived as a paradise for parrots and has developed over the years into one of the biggest attractions of the Canary Islands, with over 40 million visitors and counting.Loro Parque is one of the most respected zoological gardens in the world and is famous for its exceptional beauty, excellent facilities and installations, and its focus on nature and the environment. It is the first such park in the world to have been awarded the Environmental Certification of Animal Embassy.

Loro Parque in Tenerife tickets

Teide National Park tour with cable car

Enjoy the Teide National Park in all its glory, exploring the nooks and crannies of one of the world’s most visited national parks in this 8-hour guided excursion. On the Teide tour, you will behold the volcanoes that caused the most recent eruptions in Tenerife and learn how the Canary Islands were formed. There’s no better way to finish off your delightful visit to the Teide National Park than to behold the indescribable landscape of the largest national park in the Canary Islands from above in a Teide Cable Car.

Teide National Park tour with cable car

Tenerife Whale & Dolphin Catamaran – Freebird

The calm coastal waters around Tenerife are home to a fantastically abundant array of marine life. On this exclusive PLUS cruise, you’ll have a chance to spot the likes of pilot whales and bottlenose dolphins as they leap and frolic in their north Atlantic habitat.

You’ll also enjoy a different perspective on the dramatic coastal terrain of the island. All while sunning yourself and feeling the cool breeze as you lounge on deck – for your comfort the boat is a quarter under capacity. Your captain will sail into waters known for hosting pods of dolphins and whales. With luck, you’ll get to spot these magnificent creatures. You’ll even have time to take a dip in the cool waters.

And to top it all off, you’ll be pampered by the crew. There’ll be complimentary drinks at the shaded bar and you’ll enjoy lunch on board. A great morning or afternoon searching for some of Mother Nature’s most interesting creatures while chilling out on board.

Tenerife Whale & Dolphin Catamaran – Freebird

Tenerife whale dolphin watching boat trip

The west coast of Tenerife with its imposing cliffs that plunge into the Atlantic offers a great backdrop. On this popular glass-bottom boat, you not only have the chance to see the cliffs from a unique perspective, but also to get an insight into the marine life in the waters off Tenerife.

The catamaran offers plenty of space to take a seat on the open-air deck or in the elegant Art Deco bar and enjoy the view. The viewing window in the ship’s belly gives you the perfect opportunity to spot dolphins and whales.

In a bathing bay there is an opportunity to swim and snorkel and to enjoy a tasty lunch. There is also beer, sangria and soft drinks. This excursion offers a great combination of sightseeing and activities.

Tenerife whale dolphin watching boat trip

Pyramids of Güímar tickets

  • Learn about the results of the investigations carried out in the pyramid complex
  • See a documentary about the pyramids and the research of Thor Heyerdahl
  • Discover the Secret Garden, with over seventy poisonous plant species from around the world
  • Visit the museum with information and reproductions of the ships used by Heyerdahl in his transoceanic voyages

Pyramids of Güímar tickets

Tenerife whale dolphin watching boat trip

The west coast of Tenerife with its imposing cliffs that plunge into the Atlantic offers a great backdrop. On this popular glass-bottom boat, you not only have the chance to see the cliffs from a unique perspective, but also to get an insight into the marine life in the waters off Tenerife.

The catamaran offers plenty of space to take a seat on the open-air deck or in the elegant Art Deco bar and enjoy the view. The viewing window in the ship’s belly gives you the perfect opportunity to spot dolphins and whales.

In a bathing bay there is an opportunity to swim and snorkel and to enjoy a tasty lunch. There is also beer, sangria and soft drinks. This excursion offers a great combination of sightseeing and activities.

Tenerife whale dolphin watching boat trip

Eden catamaran whale watching tour

Enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of seeing whales and dolphins in their natural habitats and come sailing along the coast of Tenerife with us! The boat departs from Puerto Colon and will travel 3 miles from the coast where magnificent pilot whales can be found. They live permanently in this area and can be seen the whole year round. During the tour, the catamaran will also pass by some fish farms, where you will see dolphins. It is here these intelligent creatures go if looking for an easy meal.

Eden catamaran whale watching tour

Puerto de la Cruz Segway tour

Do not miss this 2-hour guided Segway tour, a new and different way to visit Puerto de la Cruz!

Put your helmet on and enjoy a training session to get familiar with your two-wheeled Segway. Once you feel at ease, follow your experienced local guide and glide through the city on our route.

Enjoy a tour of almost two hours, visiting the Garden Beach (Playa Jardín) at Punta Brava, Saint Philip´s Castle, neighbourhood of La Ranilla, fishing harbour, the Martiánez Coast Swimming Pool Complex, the palm tree promenade, church of Nuestra Señora de la Peña de Francia, the famous Plaza del Charco (Pool Square) and many more. A great and funny activity to explore the main landmarks of Puerto de la Cruz with no effort required!

Puerto de la Cruz Segway tour

Sea Quest FF Sailboat

Pristine waters, rich in exotic marine life, surround the dramatic coastline of southwestern Tenerife. Aboard the luxurious Sea Quest FF you can cruise them in style. Enjoy a relaxing and scenic trip with this three-hour cruise.

With a maximum of 10 passengers, this is a pretty exclusive sailing trip. The options for exploration are limitless. Organised charters are available to destinations such as the stunning hillside hamlet of Masca.

Or sail to the base of the imposing Los Gigantes cliffs on the west coast. The volcanic island La Gomera is just over 20 nautical miles away and famed for its unspoilt natural attractions. The boat is also available for hosting parties.

Sea Quest FF Sailboat

“RAGNAROK” Viking Boat – with transfer

The Vikings never made it to Tenerife, but if they did, they’d have adventures like this.

Climb aboard the Ragnarok for a rip-roaring adventure on the high seas. All wooden decks, billowing sails and a fearsome dragon-shaped bow, it’s every bit the Viking long ship. Donning your helmet and bearskin, you’ll cast off in search of pilot whales and dolphins.

With Mount Teide as a backdrop, you’ll keep your camera close as these fascinating creatures just love to show off. Along the way, you’ll learn how to wield a sword, see a warrior battle and even get to press your own Norse coin. Grown-ups can challenge in the beer horn contest and everyone can enjoy the hearty feast for lunch and unlimited drinks from the bar. And with plenty of time to swim and snorkel too, this is definitely not your average boat trip.

“RAGNAROK” Viking Boat – with transfer

Blue Explorers Day Program

Abades is a sheltered and shallow bay on the southeast coast of Tenerife – an ideal spot to try out scuba diving for the first time. You’ll be joined by expert instructors and spend the day discovering the underwater world and the variety of marine life in the waters around the Canaries.

With the dive centre located right on the beachfront, just a short walk to the water’s edge, it’s an easy location to learn how to scuba dive. First thing in the morning, you’ll learn all about the theory and your instructors will help to put on your equipment and explain how to enter and exit the water. Now you’ll be able to explore the ocean.

Instructors will accompany you at all times and we’ll firstly snorkel around the bay to discover the underwater world from above. Then after a short break you’ll head out on your first scuba diving experience. What’s more, the beach has all the facilities you might need so you’ll be able to bring the whole family for the day, too.

Blue Explorers Day Program

Alexander Sailing Cruise Los Gigantes

The towering cliffs of Los Gigantes will be the star attraction of this relaxing three-hour cruise. You’ll bob along the coast, taking in the spectacular scenes, while sunning yourself on board and watching out for the likes of dolphins. Tapas and wine will be served al fresco, and a swimming stop at Masca beach marks the mid-way point.

You’ll set sail alongside the majestic cliffs of Los Gigantes – volcanic walls that reach up to 600m in height. Relax and soak up the sun surrounded by crystalline waters, while searching for whales and dolphins, sometimes sperm whales and orcas can also make an appearance.

Tuck into some authentic tapas and wine with the sun warming your back, then, once we’ve reached Masca beach, you’ll be able to enjoy a dip in the cool Atlantic. It’s your chance to kick back like VIP for a few hours.

Alexander Sailing Cruise Los Gigantes

Tenerife Carnival 25-02-2020

With enough feathers and sequins to rival Rio, Tenerife Carnival is loud and proud. The biggest bash on the calendar, this annual event sees the streets come alive with music, dancing and more. Experience this entertainment extravaganza first-hand on February 25th, with our hassle-free, guided transfer.

After transporting you to Santa Cruz, you’ll mingle with both locals and visitors in a street party of epic proportion. Think colourful costumes, sky-high headdresses and extravagant parades – it’s a case of the brighter, the better.

Expect to see plenty of skimpy outfits and gaudy makeup, shaking along to salsa beats. It all culminates in a spectacular procession on February 25th where streams of bands and cabaret dancers zigzag through the streets in a feast of flamboyant fun. And if you upgrade to our reserved seating option, you’ll get to watch the action unfold from an enclosed area. With your own seat, you can sit back and soak up the atmosphere in complete comfort.

Tenerife Carnival 25-02-2020

Tenerife Island Tour – from the North

Tenerife is laden with hidden treasures. From quaint hamlets hardly touched by time to epic natural wonders. This full day excursion takes in top scenic and cultural sites such as the dragon tree of Icod de los Vinos, the cliffs of Los Gigantes, the pilgrimage centre of Candelaria and Puerto de la Cruz.

The first among the many marvels to discover is the legendary dragon tree at Icod de los Vinos – said by locals to be 1,000 years old. Next, the famous cliffs of Los Gigantes. These sheer rock walls of up to 500 metres plunge dramatically into the Atlantic and make an epic sight.

You’ll then pay a visit to beautiful Candelaria, the island’s religious centre. Here an imposing seafront basilica serves as a mecca for pilgrims. Facing it are the statues of Guanche kings – the aborigines who lived here centuries ago. There’ll also be time to explore the lovely resort of Puerto de la Cruz and savour some traditional Canarian delicacies.

Tenerife Island Tour – from the North

Teide Volcano and La Orotava Tour

Spain’s highest peak looms over Tenerife. And it’s not just Mt Teide itself that impresses all who set eyes upon it – the volcanic landscapes that surround it are the ideal setting for a day in the great outdoors. You’ll also tour of the historic town of La Oratava and a drive through the Esperanza forest.

The fun kicks off in La Oratava. Its setting amid banana plantations is pure romance. You’ll see the ‘House of the Balconies’ and a volcanic stone church as well as the parks of the old town. From here, we’ll drive into the heart of the island and Teide National Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Follow a route through lunar-like lava fields and over rocky ridges. At 3,718 metres, Mt Teide is a sight to behold.

On the return to your hotel, we’ll drive through the Esperanza forest. Here, tall Canarian pines – unique to these islands – cover the often misty slopes of the Cumbre Dorsal range. A trip that combines ever-changing landscapes with the dazzling panoramic views of the island.

Teide Volcano and La Orotava Tour

Market Half-day

The harbour town of Los Cristianos on the south coast of Tenerife plays host to the island’s largest market. And it’s here where you’ll be able to browse for souvenirs, gifts and goods to your heart’s content. You’ll head over for a morning of shopping and soaking up the local vibe.

If you fancy a morning of retail therapy then the bustling market at Los Cristianos has all the bases covered. You’ll head on over to the seaside town in the morning to while away a few hours browsing all the stalls stocked full of anything you could want, such as souvenirs, leather goods and handicrafts.

And if you find yourself feeling tired of all that haggling, then simply take the time to stop for a drink and soak up all the atmosphere at one of the many waterfront cafes and bars. At lunchtime, we’ll head back to your resort ready for an afternoon’s relaxation.

Market Half-day

Shogun

The action doesn’t take place only on land in Tenerife – the seas off the island are brimming with activity. This exciting waterborne excursion aboard an oriental junk boat adds an exotic touch to your holiday. The aptly named Shogun takes in the imposing Los Gigantes cliffs – a must-see.

Made of teak hardwood, the Shogun is a replica junk plying a route along the west coast. During this five-hour cruise, you’ll sail in the shadow of the legendary Los Gigantes cliffs – which rise up to 600 metres above the sea. Keep an eye out for whales and dolphins, too.

There’ll also be swimming stops and a typical lunch served on board. Paella, grilled chicken, salads and fruit with unlimited water, soft drinks, beer and sangria are all on the menu. A great day at see with some epic sightseeing.

Shogun

Trekking and hiking – from the South

Few spots on earth can boast Tenerife’s variety of landscapes and climates. On this London-sized island, you can encounter volcanic badlands, gigantic cliffs, moist rainforests, surf-washed beaches, neck-craning mountains, deep gorges and snowcapped volcanoes. In other words, this continent-on-an-island is a hiker’s paradise.

With several hikes to choose from, you’ll get a close-up look that few visitors to the ‘Island of Eternal Spring’ ever see. There are also hikes on neighbouring islands – one each on Jurassic-like La Gomera and UNESCO-protected El Hierro. Hikes range in difficulty rating from moderate to tough, and can last from as little as a half-hour to 8 hours.

Routes are carefully planned to ensure you trek through jaw-dropping landscapes, redolent with exotic flora and fauna – all under the reliable Canarian sun. What’s more, you’ll get the chance to drop into a typical homestead or inn to try some of the islands’ specialities.

Trekking and hiking – from the South

Flipper Uno Boat Trip

As adventures on the high-seas go, Flipper Uno is in the Premier League. Think dramatic scenery, thrill-seeking fun and a chance to spot whales and dolphins. Throw in an open bar with lunch, and you’ve got the perfect family day out on the waves.

All dark wood and sturdy sails, Flipper Uno is every bit the pirate ship. And welcomed aboard by the captain and crew, you’ll head out into the Atlantic in search of pilot whales and dolphins. Under the shadow of Los Gigantes towering cliffs, keep your camera close. Pods of these friendly sea creatures just love to show off.

Dropping anchor at Masca Bay, you’ll have the chance to cool off with a splash in the ocean. In true buccaneer style you can dive in or take on the pirate swing – a high flying trapeze rope over the water. Back on board, you’ll be served a delicious lunch of paella and fresh fruit, washed down with drinks from the open bar. With time to catch some rays on deck, you’ll cruise back towards shore at a leisurely pace

Flipper Uno Boat Trip

Teide by Night – from the North

Mount Teide National Park boasts some of the most breathtaking scenery and views in all the archipelago. Crowned by the volcanic peak of Mount Teide, this natural wilderness takes on an ethereal quality as the setting sun glazes its ridges and rocks in soft pinks, reds and purples.

For this tour you’ll be whisked to a height of 2,100 metres, with photo stops along the way, to toast the sunset with a glass of sparkling Cava. And as darkness blankets the landscape, you’ll continue on to a special viewpoint where your professional guide will map out the night sky for you, naming and explaining the starry constellations.

During the evening, we’ll serve you a delicious three-course dinner to set the seal on the whole magical outing.

Teide by Night – from the North

Santa Cruz & Taganana – from the North

Town and country – this varied excursion mixes up some of the best Tenerife has to offer. You’ll visit the capital – Santa Cruz de Tenerife – the cut through the jagged landscape of the Anaga Mountains to visit the remote fishing village of Taganana. The last stop is the city of La Laguna, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

First up is Santa Cruz for a guided tour of its old town. Next, head into the Anaga Mountains, passing the fishing village of San Andres and enjoying eye-popping views over Las Teresitas beach – an enticing curve of golden sands clasped between the mountains and Atlantic.

Continue through epic forests and peaks before descending to Taganana, with its sugar-cube houses cascading down steep green slopes. Here, there’s free time for lunch and a chance to stroll around the quaint streets. Another scenic rollercoaster lies ahead, during the drive to La Laguna. Explore this beautiful colonial city set in the foothills of the Anagas.

Santa Cruz & Taganana – from the North

Masca – from the North

Nestled in the lush slopes in northwestern Tenerife, the mountain hamlet of Masca could have dropped straight from a fairytale. You’ll explore this remote community as well as Icod de lo Vinos and Garachico on this full day excursion.

Your excursion starts at Icod de los Vinos to see its famous – and huge – one-thousand-year old dragon tree. Stopping at the Garachico lookout point will afford amazing views of this celebrated coastal town, devastated by a 1706 eruption and rebuilt on its lava. After climbing the slopes of Erjos towards Santiago del Teide, it’s downhill to the Masca with its quaint cottages perched precariously on a rocky ridge. Wander around at your own pace and savour the beauty of this Machu Picchu-like location.

Then, it’s on to Garachico, once a hub of medieval trade and overflowing with old-world houses, sunny plazas and cobbled streets. There’ll be free time for lunch here before returning to Puerto de la Cruz.

Masca – from the North

Senses of the north

This full day tour is all about engaging your senses and experiencing Tenerife. You’ll stroll along the ‘Path of the Senses’ in Mercedes forest, shop at the market in La Laguna, taste some wines at a typical bodega, and learn how to make your own mojo sauce. It’s got it all.

To begin, you’ll head deep into the magical Mercedes forest, an ancient laurel forest, for an hour’s stroll along the wondrous Path of the Senses. Then, you’ll get to know more about the region at the museum in Anaga before continuing with a touch of retail therapy at the farmer’s market in La Laguna. Except this time you’ll be given a shopping list to get the ingredients for some mojo sauce.

But before you start cooking, you’ll stop for a well-deserved break at Bodega Álvaro to find out more about the wines and taste some. Now it’s time to roll up your sleeves, bring out the ingredients and learn how to create the perfect mojo sauce in small groups. The best bit’s saved ‘til last when you’ll get to taste it all with some tapas.

Senses of the north

Whale & Dolphin Watching Cruise – Royal Delfín

With miles of seafront scenery to enjoy, the west coast of Tenerife deserves to be seen up close. On this sightseeing cruise aboard the Royal Delfin, you’ll get to enjoy the jaw-dropping landscapes and catch a glimpse of the marine life in these sun-kissed waters.

This graceful catamaran has ample space on either the open-air deck or inside the elegant art deco bar and lounge. The air-conditioned observation decks below the water level have panoramic windows and submarine cameras with live TV monitor connection, guaranteeing excellent dolphin and whale-watching conditions.

And you’ll have time for swimming and snorkelling during the boat trip. While lunch with beer, sangria and soft drinks is included. A great day out combining both sightseeing and activity.

Whale & Dolphin Watching Cruise – Royal Delfín

Music Hall Tavern

This award-winning drag show will have you in stitches from start to finish. Hailed the funniest night of the year, Mrs. T and the cast of the Musical Hall Tavern have been entertaining guests across the Canaries for over 20 years.

When you’ve cleaned your plate, the real fun begins. The sequin-clad cast will take to the stage to wow you with live singing, dancing and comedy routines. The cast really know how to put on a show and with non-stop entertainment, the evening is sure to be the highlight of your holiday.

Music Hall Tavern

Teide National Park Tour

Tenerife’s greatest natural wonder, Mt Teide is one of the world’s largest island volcanos and Spain’s highest peak. Avoiding the busiest times of the day, this expertly guided tour explores unique habitats and offers unbeatable views over Tenerife and the rest of the Canaries.

The 3,718-metre peak is the centrepiece of its own National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park’s trails have you pass through four different climate zones, which create an ever-changing kaleidoscope of terrains, flora and fauna. From lunar-like lava fields, you’ll wander through forests of Canarian pine and across rocky ridges. And there’ll be plenty of free time for you to go up to the summit by cable car for an extra charge.

A visit to the Roques de Garcia rock formation rounds off the trip. It is a great place to view even more of the valley. What’s more, because of the early morning start to the excursion, the queues will be shorter.

Teide National Park Tour

Medieval Night

If the thought of transporting yourself back to a distant past of knights errant, broadswords and fair maidens appeals, this evening of revelry and excitement is just the thing – it’s fit for a king and the whole family.

Our band of merrymakers will travel to a royal castle for a swashbuckling show inspired by the Middle Ages. As you cross the drawbridge into the heraldic entrance hall, you’ll be greeted by the King and Queen and take a pew around the sanded arena. As the trumpets sound and smoke lifts, knights in armour perform swordfights and heroic displays of horsemanship and jousting that’ll have you cheering madly and clinking your tankards in celebration.

You can choose a champion to support and during the show, you’ll be served a right royal banquet complete with free-flowing wine and soft drinks – the perfect side order to the spine-tingling spectacle.

Medieval Night

VIP Anaga Summit

Island exploration doesn’t get much better than this, and on this full day tour you’ll venture into a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve – Anaga Mountains – as well as the colourful town of La Laguna. But it doesn’t stop there, there’s also Taganana, viewpoints and one of the the most beautiful beaches in Tenerife. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

Leaving Puerto de La Cruz, you’ll firstly head to the UNESCO protected town of La Laguna, famous for its pastel-coloured houses and weekly market. From there, you’ll head to San Andres, home to the long yellow-sand beach of Las Teresitas, complete with palm trees to set the scene.

You’ll then ride through the laurel forest of Las Mercedes on your way to Taganana, a white-washed hamlet set within Anaga Rural Park. Enjoy some time for lunch, before setting off on a scenic drive through the Anaga Mountains, past the 360-degree viewpoint at Pico del Inglés and Cruz del Carmen lookout point.

VIP Anaga Summit

A Compás Flamenco Show

A Compás show is an evening of extravagant flamenco entertainment. Think clacking heels on stage, Spanish guitar and shouts of olé as you’re treat to a passionate performance from the Fran Chafino dance troupe. Every guest gets a welcome drink and you can choose to upgrade to our VIP area for better seating and a bottle of cava at your table.

A Compás Flamenco Show

Loro Parque PLUS

Tenerife’s Loro Parque is a world-famous animal park that’s got family fun stamped all over it. And with this exclusive-to-TUI package, you’ll also get a few added extras to make your day even more special, including TUI reserved seats at the shows, a dedicated entry line and souvenirs to take home.

There’s a whole world to explore at Loro Parque. Planet Penguin is home to the world’s largest penguinarium, then there are lions and tigers to come face-to-face with as well as gorillas and an aquarium filled with all kinds of colourful creatures. But the best part of this exclusive package is that you’ll also get to meet a keeper to learn more about their work and the animals.

What’s more, you’ll have TUI-branded reserved seats at shows such as Orca Ocean where orcas show off their strength, dolphins perform amazing acrobatics and sea lions get up to all kinds of antics. There’ll be a special TUI entrance into the park as well as spending money, sun hat and reusable bottle included.

Loro Parque PLUS

VIP Wonders of the North

The lesser explored north of Tenerife will be yours for the taking on this full day tour. You’ll venture to Bajamar, known for its natural pools, and Punta del Hidalgo before reaching a family-owned winery for a traditional lunch. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

In small groups of no more than eight guests per minivan, you’ll trundle your way towards the north coast of Tenerife to see an area few visitors discover. You’ll be surrounded by unspoilt landscapes, and no more so than at your first stop at Punta del Hidalgo overlooking the sea and craggy coastline.

You’ll also have the chance to admire the natural pools at Bajamar before heading for an exclusive visit of a winery. Hop off at the family-owned bodega to learn a bit more about making the wine and tasting it. A lunch will round off your experience, then it’s back on the road to Humboldt Viewpoint for some jaw-dropping scenes over Orotava Valley.

VIP Wonders of the North

Siam Park PLUS

Set against a backdrop of Thai architecture, Siam Park is a water park like no other, and as soon as you head in, you’ll be in for a day that’s far from ordinary. With this exclusive-to-TUI entrance package, you’ll get some added extras, too, including early entrance, use of a towel and other souvenirs.

If you’re in the mood for some relaxation and carefree fun then Siam Park is just the place for you. Stretch out on the huge white sand beach, catch the surf at the immense Wave Palace or meander along a river through a world of tropical fish, lush landscapes and past cascading waterfalls. For the young and the young at heart head for The Lost City, or one of the 29 adrenaline-pumping rides including Tower of Power and Dragon.

What’s more, with this exclusive-to-TUI package, you’ll get early entry before the crowds arrive, a towel you can use and money to spend as you wish at one of the park’s restaurants. You’ll also receive some souvenirs including a sun hat and reusable bottle.

Siam Park PLUS

VIP Masca and Teide Tour

This exclusive tour is an exploration of Tenerife’s most stunning inland areas. You’ll venture through the lunar-like landscapes of Teide National Park, see countless panoramic viewpoints and visit Masca – a pretty village hidden deep in almost inaccessible mountains. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

First up are the heady heights of Mirador de Chipeque. Stand atop this stunning viewpoint and gaze out across the Atlantic, the island of La Palma and your next destination, Mount Teide.

We’ll then journey into Teide National Park to navigate the moon-like surface, volcanic relics and surreal rocks strewn across the land. Admire wow-factor views from Roques de García and Mirador Poleos, then break for a typical Canarian lunch. Finally, we’ll take the road through the wilderness to Masca – a village where time has stood still. There’s free time to explore, pick up a few local products and take in the vistas before returning to resort.

VIP Masca and Teide Tour

Aqualand TUI Megaday

With a host of attractions for all the family Aqualand is bound to have everyone screaming for more. On this TUI exclusive package, you’ll be whisked over to the bright and breezy waterpark near Playa de Las Americas. Brimming with colourful slides, flumes, chutes, restaurants and bars, this fantastic water playground has something to keep everyone smiling.

You can test your nerve on the breath-stopping Boomerang, rushing Rapids or seriously spiralling Anaconda. And toddlers will love to splash around the Mini Park, with its Pirate Galleon, Castle and mini-slides. Or simply relax for a while, soaking up some rays on your sunlounger.

The highlight of the day here is the Dolphinarium. This afternoon show will have you spellbound as the loveable dolphins loop, leap and lunge through the water, cheered on by the clapping crowds.

Aqualand TUI Megaday

Twin Ticket Loro and Siam Park PLUS

Take in two of Tenerife’s top attractions with this twin-ticket. Make a splash on the slides at Siam Park, then see a world of animals and sea creatures at Loro Parque – you’re in for a couple of action-packed days. And with our PLUS option, you’ll get perks like early or separate entrance, reserved show seating and a food & beverage voucher too.

Siam Park is one of the biggest waterparks in Europe and it’s jam-packed with over 30 attractions set against an exotic Thai backdrop. So whether you want to chill out on the beach or launch yourself into the pulse-racing rides, you’ll not find yourself short of options.

While over at Loro Parque, there’s everything from tigers and giant tortoises to secretive sea creatures and spectacular shows. Wow over whales, gape at gorillas and delight over dolphins – there’s loads to enjoy at this acclaimed wildlife park.

Twin Ticket Loro and Siam Park PLUS

Tenerife Helicopter Flights

Soar through the skies and get a taster of Tenerife’s kaleidoscopic lands from above with a helicopter flight. See Mt Teide and its surrounding volcanic landscape, sweep along the Atlantic coastline and enjoy the colours of the island from a unique perspective.

You’ll lift off into the skies and in amongst the clouds to take a sneak peek of Tenerife and its ever-changing landscape from a privileged position. In just a short time, you’ll explore more than you could on land and see the vibrant colours that Mother Nature blessed this island with.

With a panoramic bird’s-eye view, you’ll spot the lunar-like land around the formidable Mt Teide – the highest peak in Spain. You can also swoop down along the south coast to spot the beaches, ravines and towering cliffs plunging into the sea as well as lots of other surprises along the way. Choose from two routes – the 20km south coast tour or 30km beaches and ravines tour.

Tenerife Helicopter Flights

VIP Teno Sunset

A sunset toast and coastal views to make your time in Tenerife all the more romantic. On this excursion, you’ll travel to the westernmost point of the island to sip on some cava as the sun sets over the horizon. A typical dinner will then bring the evening to a close. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

Your destination will be Punta de Teno, a tongue of land that juts out into the sea making it the most western point on Tenerife. First, you’ll drop by El Lance viewpoint to whet your appetite for the views over the cliffs of Los Gigantes, La Gomera and La Palma from Punta de Teno.

What’s more, the moment will be made all the more special with a glass of cava in your hand as you watch the sunset with your loved one. Afterwards, you’ll head to Las Cruces for a typical dinner to wind down the evening.

VIP Teno Sunset

Jungle Park Mega Day

This family day out at Jungle Park in Tenerife is sure to bring out your wild side. You’ll get to roar with the leopards, hop alongside the penguins and laze about with the lemurs. There’s all the animals and more. Your exclusive TUI Megaday package features entry, lunch, bobsleigh rides and rope walkways to navigate.

Jungle Park is the perfect family experience. Hundreds of animals from around the world call this place home. From big cats and crocs to meerkats, monkeys and penguins, there’s something here for everyone. What’s more, there are daily live shows. With performances from tropical birds, eagles and sea lions, the entertainment is both fun and educational.

Elsewhere in the park you’ll find a jungle canopy rope course and an 800m bobsleigh run. And when you’ve worked up an appetite, there’s bars and restaurants serving up burgers, pizza and milkshakes or beautiful garden areas to picnic in.

Jungle Park Mega Day

Mini Golf

Now this is an activity that all the family, whatever age, can join in on. ViVo minigolf in Las Americas offers a mini golfing adventure that’ll see you duelling against pirates, swerving ravines and wishing for that hole in one to win the game. There’s a choice of two courses and a bar at the end of the game.

If you fancy a laid-back game that brings together all ages, then the yellow route is just for you. But the red route will have you battling it out, navigating secret caves and coves to see who comes out the other side on top. The odd cannon, bridge and obstacle will also be thrown your way – make sure you have your wits about you.

And with the course open until midnight, you can keep the battle going until late at night. Lights will flood the courses so you can keep up play and enjoy a family-fun night out in Tenerife.

Mini Golf

Santa Cruz Bus and Mini-train Tour

Get a two-for-one on ways to explore Tenerife’s historic capital. By both bus and mini-train, you’ll discover 22 stops around the city of Santa Cruz with just one ticket. Hop-on, off and between both modes of transport as you see all the top picks with ease. What’s more, you’ll get an audio headset guide and free entry to a selection of museums.

Santa Cruz Bus and Mini-train Tour

North West Tenerife Tour

With coastal roads, towering cliffs and valley-nestled villages, Tenerife’s west is a joy to explore. On this trip, you’ll go through a roll call of all the must-dos – a tasting of local products in Icod de Los Vinos, a tour of Teno Natural Park, a wine-tasting experience and a visit to Masca – the island’s answer to Macchu Pichu.

It all begins in Icod de Los Vinos. A guided tour of the town takes in its centuries-old dragon tree and a sampling of a few local products. Then it’s on to the ‘lost village’ of Masca. Precariously perched on a ridge overlooking a valley, it’s one of Tenerife’s most enchanting spots.

Head to Garachico, and you’ll discover why it’s known as the ‘prettiest and unluckiest’ town on the island before a traditional lunch in a typical house – an ideal setting for savouring Canarian cuisine. The afternoon sees you exploring the jagged peaks in craggy Teno Natural Park followed by a well-earned wine-tasting experience to complete your day.

North West Tenerife Tour

Flyboard Experience

Flyboarding is the latest watersports craze sweeping the globe. Strap into a futuristic-style jetpack and feel like Ironman as you fly up to 21m above the water, propelled by the awesome force of hydropower. With a full safety briefing and in-action monitoring provided by professionals, all you need to do is enjoy the thrill of flight

Flyboard Experience

Island Phobia Escape Room

 

One room. One team. 60 minutes to escape. Can you work together to make it out in time? In the middle of a daring bank heist, you and your friends will team up for a mix of mental, physical and logical challenges. Racing against the clock, you must solve various puzzles and mysteries by finding hidden clues around the room in your bid to escape.

Island Phobia Escape Room

Teide by Night – from the South & West

Mount Teide National Park boasts some of the most breathtaking scenery and views in all the archipelago. Crowned by the volcanic peak of Mount Teide, this natural wilderness takes on an ethereal quality as the setting sun glazes its ridges and rocks in soft pinks, reds and purples.

For this tour you’ll be whisked to a height of 2,100 metres, with photo stops along the way, to toast the sunset with a glass of sparkling Cava. And as darkness blankets the landscape, you’ll continue on to a special viewpoint where your professional guide will map out the night sky for you, naming and explaining the starry constellations.

During the evening, we’ll serve you a delicious three-course dinner to set the seal on the whole magical outing.

Teide by Night – from the South & West

Tastes of Tenerife

Dusty and lunar-like in the south, green and mountainous in the north, Tenerife is an island of contrasts. Think quaint villages, stunning viewpoints and winetasting on this full day tour. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

First up is a visit to La Laguna, arguably one of the prettiest villages on the island. Throw in its status as a UNESCO World Heritage site and it makes for a real gem of a stop. Wander its poker straight lines of pastel-coloured buildings and historic mansions or stop for a coffee in one of the tree-lined plazas. Hit the market here and you can admire the impressive flower displays the town is famed for.

Its then on to a local bodega where a typical Canarian lunch is followed by one of the highlights of the day – winetasting. Sample a selection of their best white and red varieties for a flavourful introduction to Canarian wine. Discover all the charms of the island on Tastes of Tenerife.

Tastes of Tenerife

VIP Tenerife Highlights

One of the first settlements founded by the Spanish conquerors, Taganana is also one of the most remote and isolated villages in Tenerife. It’s one of three must-visit locations, along with Candelaria and the Anaga Country Park, in this scenery-rich excursion to the northeast of the island. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

Up until the 60s, the fishing village of Taganana, where sugarcube house cascade down towards the ocean, was only accessible on foot or by boat. These days, a winding coastal road connects it to the rest of the island. Next up is Candelaria, the religious centre of Tenerife – its waterfront basilica can hold 5,000 faithful – for a spot of sightseeing.

We’ll continue up the coastal road towards the whitewashed village of Taganana and a lunch of regional delicacies in an authentic, traditional restaurant. In the afternoon, you’ll drive through the mountains to the Anaga Country Park with its deep ravines and forests, some of the oldest in Europe, which date back to the Iron Age.

VIP Tenerife Highlights

North West Tenerife Secrets

It’s one pretty tiny village after another in this excursion through the rugged northwest of Tenerife. You’ll go through a roll call of all the must-visits, from whitewashed Santiago del Teide to a tasting in Icod de Los Vinos and a tour of Teno Natural Park. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

After exploring the remote village of Santiago del Teide, it’s on to Icod de Los Vinos. A guided tour of the town takes in its centuries-old dragon tree and the sampling of local products. Then head to Garachico, the ‘prettiest and unluckiest’ town in the island, for a traditional lunch in a typical local house – an ideal setting for savouring Canarian cuisine.

The afternoon sees you exploring the craggy Teno Natural Park en route to the ‘lost village’ of Masca. Precariously perched on a ridge overlooking a valley, it’s one of Tenerife’s most enchanting spots.

North West Tenerife Secrets

South Transfer

With this transfer to the south of Tenerife, you’ll get to design your own day just the way you want to spend it. Choose to either hit the slides at Siam Park, relax at the beach or browse the Tuesday or Sunday market at Los Cristianos – the choice is yours.

Enjoying a day out with the kids in Tenerife couldn’t be easier with this transfer service to the south. You can choose from three destination options, where the time is yours to while away as you like. If you’d like to go to Siam Park, now you can – it’s one of the top rated water parks in the world and it’s packed full of fun.

If you’d prefer to relax, then you’ll be dropped off at some of the nicest beaches in Tenerife to swim, sunbathe or stroll along the promenade. And the third option is to take you souvenir shopping at the Tuesday or Sundayy market in Los Cristianos – perfect for stocking up on handicrafts and local goodies.

South Transfer

Submarine Safari

The underwater world is just a touch away with a 50-minute submarine dive that plunges you 30 metres under the surface. Sit back and enjoy the ride as you gaze through giant portholes where just on the other side you’ll see shoals of shimmering fish and all kinds of marine life just off the shores of Tenerife.

You’ll discover the secrets of the Atlantic Ocean on a fascinating submarine dive that takes you 30 metres underwater without even getting your hair wet. The fun begins as soon as you set off, gradually settling down on to the seabed to watch divers interacting with hundreds of fish. Watch in awe as rays glide in slow motion past your window.

And so that you don’t miss a trick, a guide will explain everything that’s going on right in front of your eyes. Then once your underwater odyssey is over, you’ll receive a personalised certificate proving you’ve been to the seabed and back.

Submarine Safari

La Gomera – from the North

Marooned off the southwest coast of Tenerife, the tiny island of La Gomera has a lost-in-time feel. Away from the tourist trail, it’s totally unspoilt – think jagged ravines, terraced white villages and pristine forests.

The deep valleys of Gomera’s UNESCO-protected Garajonay National Park are home to rare plants, unique to the island. After taking in jaw-dropping scenery, it’s on to the historic capital, San Sebastian. Crammed with pastel-coloured houses, this pretty place is knee-deep in history – Columbus sailed from here on his 1492 voyage of discovery.

Also on the agenda is an included Gomeran meal at a quaint country restaurant plus a demonstration of local ‘silbo’ whistling, which islanders have used for centuries to send messages across the vast ravines.

La Gomera – from the North

Teide Cable Car – Only with Excursion

If you’re on the Teide excursion, then this is the ideal complement. Gliding over the peaks of Mt Teide, you’ll have a bird’s-eye view like no other from the comfort of a cable car ride. You’ll travel to an astonishing 3,555m above sea level from where you can experience the beauty of Spain’s highest volcano.

In about eight minutes, you’ll reach the upper level of the cable car route from where you can enjoy even better views. Witness the ever-changing colours beneath you and glide high above lava flow, craters and incredible volcanic shapes. The lower station is easy to reach by road, and at 2,356m above sea level you’ll already have spectacular views over these volcanic peaks.

What’s more, once you reach the end of the cable car line, you’ll have three routes to choose from to explore the area even further. Whichever you choose, the vistas over the surrounding landscape are second to none.

Teide Cable Car – Only with Excursion

 

 

Excursions Turin, Italy by Musement

Tour of Turin with tickets and guided tour of the Egyptian Museum

  • Discover the city’s most important monuments and plazas
  • Visit the Egyptian Museum with an expert guide
  • Admire one of the oldest and most important collections in the world
  • Find out more about the museum’s 300,000 exhibits
  • Visit the historic center of Turin while strolling through its majestic plazas: starting from Piazza Castello, the ancient seat of royal power, you will walk through the sumptuous Galleria Subalpina and reach two locations closely associated with the Italian Risorgimento: Piazza Carlo Alberto and Piazza Carignano, just next to the most important museum of the Risorgimento in Italy. Heading towards Salotto di Torino, Piazza San Carlo, and moving along the ancient Via Nuova, now Via Roma, you will return to the ancient Collegio dei Nobili for a jump back in time of at least 5,000 years, where you will immerse yourself in the wonderful world of one of the most important civilizations in history: Ancient Egypt.

Tour of Turin with tickets and guided tour of the Egyptian Museum

Torino+Piemonte Card

  • urchase the Torino+Piemonte Card and enjoy all the region’s tourist and cultural offers
  • Take advantage of free entries to the most important museums: the Egyptian Museum and the Museum of Cinema
  • Visit temporary exhibitions, castles, fortresses, and royal residences of Piedmont
  • Enjoy discounts on major events, outdoor activities, theme parks and tours throughout the region

Torino+Piemonte Card

The best of the Egyptian Museum tickets and guided tour

Visit the second most important museum in the world entirely dedicated to Egyptian antiquities: your guide knows how to select for you the most important exhibits of the museum, so you will enjoy a surprising experience!

The Egyptian Museum in Turin opened its new and fascinating exhibition in 2015 and its wonderful collection is now spread over four levels. The tour will guide you in the selection to let you discover the most important finds. A journey through more than 3,000 years of history of Egyptian civilization, suitable for adults and children.

The Regio Museo delle Antichità Egizie was formally founded in 1824 with the acquisition of a large collection by King Carlo Felice. This was assembled by Bernardino Drovetti, of Piedmontese origin. Champollion arrived in Turin as the Drovetti Collection was being unpacked, and, within a few months of excited activity, produced a catalogue raisonné of the collections. It was Champollion who famously wrote: “The road to Memphis and Thebes passes through Turin”.

You will wander among objects of everyday life, colossal statues, mummies and amulets, to find religious beliefs, lifestyle and traditions of the Nile and the land of the Pharaohs.

Not to be missed: the Papyrus’s Kings, the Pre-Dynastic Mummy, the Gebelein Canvas, the Papyrus of the Strike, the Tomb of Kha and Merit, the Nefertari Kit, the statuary and the Temple of Ellesija.

The best of the Egyptian Museum tickets and guided tour

Underground Turin®

  • Explore the ancient catacombs of the oldest churches of Turin
  • Discover the fascinating and mysterious side of the city
  • Avoid the crowds with exclusive after-hours access
  • More than a tour – your guide will share their love of art history with you
  • Perfect for the whole family to experience – the more the merrier
  • Unique experience – definitely something to write home about
  • First time? Perfect chance to get to the know the area like a pro
  • Make your friends back home envious with great photo ops

Underground Turin®

Tickets for the Royal Palace of Venaria and gardens

Stretching along a 60-hectare garden, Venaria Reale is a majestic complex on the outskirts of Turin. Declared a UNESCO heritage site in 1997, the Royal Palace was commissioned between 1658 and 1679 by Duke Carlo Emanuele II as a base for his hunting expeditions.

Strolling across the majestic rooms of the Royal Palace, you will immerse yourself into the fascinating world of Baroque architecture: admire the solemnity of the Great Gallery and the Hall of Diana and explore the beauty of Saint Hubert Chapel. After admiring the sumptuous decoration, continue your visit with a stroll through the well-kept Italian Gardens.

Tickets for the Royal Palace of Venaria and gardens

Magic Turin ® – English and Italian Tour

By experiencing this tour you will be led through the “dark” side of the city. Turin has two souls: one linked to white magic, the other to evil black-magic.

You will explore them both during a “magical mystery tour” starting from the darker and more sinister heart of the city, among angels and devils, scary stone monsters and sinister architecture.

Magic Turin ® – English and Italian Tour

Hop-on hop-off Turin bus 24 and 48-hour tickets

If you’re looking for a single solution to discover and get to know Turin, jump on board a hop-on hop-off bus tour!

Enjoy the charm of a city that boasts over 2,000 years of history: with 3 different routes to choose from, or a combination of them, this really is an ideal way to get up close to the city!

Line A covers the city center of Turin: hop on board and be fascinated by the National Cinema Museum, the Egyptian Museum and the hill overlooking the Po river with the Valentino Park.

Line B brings you closer to the unexpected Turin and is the fastest way to reach unexplored sites and discover the new face of the city: the renewed Automobile Museum, Lingotto, Eataly and the Olympic venues are all located on this route.

Line C covers royal residences and will lead you to the Juventus Stadium Museum, the Royal Residence of Venaria, La Mandria Castle, Nuvola Lavazza and to Rivoli Castle, all UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Download now Sightseeing Experience APP: an easy and practical way to orient yourself, move, visit and discover the city.

Inside the APP you find a free walking tour of the center available in Italian and English and an interactive map that shows you the position of the buses in real-time, the waiting time at each stop and your position so you can easily reach the nearest stop.

Hop-on hop-off Turin bus 24 and 48-hour tickets

National Museum of Cinema and Mole Antonelliana with Turin 24 or 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus tickets

The first floor consists of the Archeology of Cinema, followed by the Temple Hall and the Film Machine. You’ll find a floor dedicated to the Poster Gallery and you’ll culminate your visit climbing up to the dome of the Mole Antonelliana.

Before becoming a monument for national unity, the Mole was designed as a synagogue by architect Alessandro Antonielli in 1863, and was completed in 1889. In 1961 the panoramic elevator was opened, it is still in function, allowing you to reach the temple placed at 85m.

Moreover, you can also enjoy 24 or 48-hour hop on hop off bus. You can admire the beautiful city of Turin with 3 lines that drive you to every hidden corner.

National Museum of Cinema and Mole Antonelliana

Turin Royal Palace tickets and guided tour

Visit the elegant apartments hidden behind the simple facade of the Royal Palace, listed by UNESCO, accompanied by a guide. A trip back in time in the life of the King of Italy, also known as the King of Sardinia before 1861. Awaiting in the many different rooms are the stories and anecdotes of court life, from the strict protocol to the menus for large official dinners, from the dances at the palace to the halls of government.

The Royal Palace of Turin, a World Heritage Site since 1997, is the flagship of the Savoy residences, known as the seventeenth century “Crown of Delights”. It accounted, for the dynasty and the Kingdom, the symbol of their power and the place of the great court events: lunches, dances and diplomatic meetings that have marked both Italian and International history. The path winds through the different rooms to find decorations, furnishings, beautiful oriental porcelain, but also the use and the hidden meaning of small or large objects.

The path includes the view Royal Armory, one of the richest collections of arms and armor in the world. The visit also allows to admire the splendid archaeological weapons of Beaumont Gallery, medieval weapons, bladed weapons and firearms, to the weapons used by the Savoy kings in the nineteenth century, surrounded by valuable armor of the fifteenth and sixteenth century, in a fascinating setting.

Turin Royal Palace tickets and guided tour

Merenda Reale® 1800 at Gelateria Pepino

Take part in Merenda Reale® (royal snack), a delicious and original way of traveling back to the golden age when Torino’s cafés were places of culture, politics and sociability. The snack will be served at Gelateria Pepino – where the famous Pinguino® was invented and patented in 1939 – in an environment whose architectural features evoke the atmosphere of a 19th-century café.

In the 19th century, thanks to its sophisticated confectionery, Turin had earned the reputation as the ‘capital of flavor’ throughout Europe, as it was dotted by a constellation of pastry shops and meeting places. Even the Royals did not refrain from venturing out of the Palace to take a stroll under the arcades of Via di Po and savor a ‘bicerin’ – a beverage made with coffee, fior di latte, and hot chocolate – which then became a morning ritual. Many delicious delicacies were created after the eighteenth century: ‘chifel’, a variation on the Viennese croissant; ‘foré’, a kind of bagel; ‘bicciolano di Vercelli’; a shortcrust ‘brioss’; ‘parisien’, the so-called ‘democratic’ bread… In the Risorgimento period, ‘garibaldin’ (a slice of simple buttered bread) and ‘garibaldi’ (a biscuit made of shortbread with raisins and apricot jam) became very fashionable. Finally, brand new hazelnut-based specialties were created in the second half of the century: Chivasso ‘noaset’ (‘nocciolini’), ‘cri-cri’, ‘givu’, and the hazelnut chocolate that would come to be known as Gianduiotto.

The menu includes 2 courses:

 

  • ‘Bicerin’ with the three ‘stisse’ (three ingredients: chocolate, milk cream, and coffee) accompanied by a selection of ‘bagnati’ (biscuits to dip)
  • A plate with Chivasso ‘noaset’ (nocciolini) and other chocolate specialties (2 Gianduiottis, ‘cri-cri’ and more)

 

Merenda Reale® 1800 at Gelateria Pepino

Venaria Royal Palace tickets and guided tour

Visiting the Royal Palace of Venaria Reale is to immerse yourself in the fascinating Baroque era: the guide will take you on a fascinating journey in which to discover habits, customs and usages of the court life of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries. From indoor to the gardens the enchantment is assured!

The Reggia di Venaria is one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in the Turin area. A few kilometers from the center of Turin, it was founded in 1600 as a place of leisure and hunting where the kings liked to entertain in lavish banquets, elegant parties and in the hunting ritual.

The full path in the Palace will take you to discover in the basement rooms, formerly warehouses and kitchens, history, curiosities and anecdotes of the House of Savoy ancestors. Going up to the main floor, will be time to enjoy the beauty of stucco, frescoes, sculptures and small architectural jewels of the Baroque period in the setting of a residence that can compete with the most famous in Europe.

Venaria Royal Palace tickets and guided tour

Multisensory Vermouth workshop and experience in Turin

Experience the history, taste, techniques and culture of stylish vermouth in the city where it was born, created in the 18th century.

On its own or at the heart of cocktails such as the Martini, Manhattan, Rob Roy and Negroni, vermouth is an aromatised, fortified wine flavoured with various botanicals. You’ll learn about its origins in ancient documents and hear anecdotes from vermouth expert Fulvio Piccinino as you taste three excellent varieties with local cuisine.

Better still, you’ll be guided by Fulvio in how to create your own signature vermouth using wine, sugar, herbs and extracts. Whether yours is a red, white or amber vermouth, you’ll take it home in an elegant bottle to impress your friends.

Put yourself in Fulvio’s hands, and enter the magical (but always responsible!) world of authentic Piedmontese vermouth.

Multisensory Vermouth workshop and experience in Turin

Tickets for the Royal Museums of Turin

he Royal Museums of Turin, located in the heart of the city, offer a fascinating itinerary through history, art and nature.

Their origin dates back to 1563 when Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia moved the capital of the duchy to Turin and started an immense urban transformation and an enrichment of the dynastic collections.
The complex is one of the largest and most comprehensive in Europe. Throughout its 55,000 square meters of exhibition space, over 3km of museum walk and 7 hectares of gardens, every visitor can discover artifacts and testimonies that date all the way to prehistory and up to modern age. The museum complex combines the Royal Palace, the Royal Armoury, the Savoy Gallery, the Museum of Antiquities, the Royal Gardens, the Royal Library, the Chiablese Halls and the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, brought together in a single compendium in 2014.

Tickets for the Royal Museums of Turin

Venaria Royal Palace with gardens, temporary exhibitions and audiopen

  • Get advantage of an all-inclusive ticket that allows you to visit the palace, gardens and exhibitions
  • Admire exhibitions of international importance
  • Walk through the reconstructed Italian Gardens
  • Experience the wonder and magnificence of Baroque architecture

Venaria Royal Palace with gardens, temporary exhibitions and audiopen

Private last minute tour of Turin and skip-the-line tickets for Mole Antonelliana

Visit the charming historical center of Turin and walk through its main historical squares. The squares that you will visit of this tour will include the Piazza Vittorio, the largest square in Europe, Piazza Carlo Alberto adjacent to the most important museum of the Risorgimento and Piazza Castello, which lies at the heart of the city. Later you will have the opportunity to tour the inside of the imposing Mole Antonelliana, which now houses the National Museum of Cinema.

The Mole Antonelliana is one of the famous monument symbols of Turin. The building is home to the first museum of cinema in the world, as well as a panoramic point of excellence. In the museum, you will have the chance to visit some areas devoted to the different kinds of film categories. Then in the main hall, there are a series of small rooms representing a variety of film genres. The museum houses pre-cinematographic optical devices such as magic lanterns, earlier and current film technologies, stage items from early Italian movies and other memorabilia.

Turin and Mole Antonelliana

GIN experience in Turin

Esperienza Gin® is a 1h30 workshop run by a leading expert of mixology and Gin, Fulvio Piccinino.

From ancient Egypt to the Middle Ages, from the first juniper liqueur of the Renaissance to the Turin Rosoli. Journey around the world in this experience discovering unknown spices such as sandalwood, mace, ireos, rosa moscata, and more!

You will have the chance to smell, touch and taste some of the spices that make a Gin. During the storytelling you will taste three different kinds of Gin: you can draw inspiration from them! Each participant will choose the favorite ingredients to create their own recipe. A post set up with herbs and spices, professional dyes, pure juniper distillate, droppers, funnels. At the end of the activity, each participant will take home his own bottle of Gin with a personalized label. The laboratory concludes with the guided preparation of a Gin and Tonic!

GIN experience in Turin

24 or 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus with National Automobile Museum

Enjoy Turin and the National Automobile Museum with this combo pass: explore Turin on board a hop-on hop-off bus, then visit the MAUTO’s (Museo nazionale dell’automobile di Torino) collection.

Founded in 1932, the National Automobile Museum features a wonderful collection of 200 cars representing 80 different car brands. Nowadays, thanks to the use of new digital technologies, an open and free Wi-Fi network and a dedicated app, the MAUTO offers visitors historical insights, archival images and data sheets on personal smartphones and multimedia totems. Reaching MAUTO has never been easier: there is a hop-on hop-off bus stop located conveniently just outside the National Automobile Museum.

Thanks to this package, you’ll save up to €5, get the City Sightseeing Turin lines ticket valid for 24 or 48h and the admission for the National Automobile Museum.

24 or 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus with National Automobile Museum

Private last minute tour of Turin and the Egyptian Museum with skip-the-line entry

  • Discover the most important squares and monuments in the city
  • Visit the Egyptian Museum with an expert guide
  • Admire one of the most ancient and important collections in the world

Turin and the Egyptian Museum

Private Chocolate tour and tasting in downtown Turin

CioccolaTOUR:
This private itinerary was born to allow you to discover the history, traditions and creations of the world-fampous Turinese master chocolatiers.
Your private guide will show you how the sublime art of chocolate has been characterising this area of Piedmont for centuries. You’ll have the chance to enjoy this delicius treat in 3 different form throughout 3 different “tasting stops”.
Starting with the hot chocolate, you’ll then try the mouth-watering gianduiotto, and then continue through the salons of Turin and the Risorgimento coffees with their “bicerin”, one of the sweet excellence of Piedmont.

Chocolate tour and tasting in downtown Turin

National Automobile Museum tickets and guided tour

Visiting the National Automobile Museum is a popular experience at all. The museum boasts one of the most scenic scenery that allows young and old motor enthusiasts and not to enjoy beauty and history through a fascinating, educational and entertaining journey at the same time.

Your guide will accompany you throughout the journey: from the first experiments of the 1700s to the latest novelties in the design world. You will discover such cars from every era: from the pioneering experiments of the world of motoring, to the Benz of the late nineteenth century, from the famous Itala of 1907 to the first FIAT. You will also find refined Roll Royce, the elegance of the Citroen DS, the first racing car, including exceptional Ferrari and hippy models of the ’70s.

With the anecdotes and the stories of the guide, the trail is suitable for everyone and leaves the chance at the end of the visit to come back to look at the most appealing models and to try the interactive workstations.

National Automobile Museum tickets and guided tour

Guided gourmet tour at Eataly Lingotto in Turin

In the southern area of Turin, next to the former FIAT Lingotto factory, you can find Eataly. Born in 2007, it is considered the starting point of the Italian food and wine revival, pride and joy of the city. You will enjoy a tour with a skilled gourmet guide, walking throughout the various areas of Eataly complex, where you will discover old recipes, anecdotes, ancient legends concerning Italian cuisine.

The old Carpano plant, a milestone in the history of Vermouth (invented here) is nowadays a rare and precious place, where is possible to discover the best products from all over Italy.

In this tour we will visit the underground cellar, hosting its wines and artisanal beers, and listen to many “flavored stories” about Gianduja and the famous, local chocolate.
You will also have the chance to visit the tiny (but amazing) Carpano Museum inside the building. At last the guide will take you to your tasting, where you will enjoy a glass of wine with cold cuts and cheeses.

A tour for the real gourmand.

Guided gourmet tour at Eataly Lingotto in Turin

Turin Gourmet food tour

This food and wine tour in Turin gives you the chance to explore its best culinary tradition and discover the most renown dishes and the recipes that Turinese people love. The most iconic are the fragrant breadsticks accompanied with local cured meats, the famous first courses with ingredients from the Turinese territory and the meats, the very strength of cuisine from Piedmont. Finally, to conclude an actual Turinese meal, one cannot miss the delicious desserts from the local food tradition.

Turin Gourmet food tour

Vintage cabriolet experience to discover Piedmont

Try a real once-in-a-lifetime experience by renting a wonderful vintage car for the whole day: enjoy the wind in your hair, feel every curve, admire every hill, without losing any detail!

Driving Vintage centre will provide you with free and super useful recommendations on places to visit, wineries, restaurants, and so much more! In fact, Piedmont is dotted with culinary and wine excellence, boasting some of the best wines in the world! You’ll have the chance to discover the areas of Turin, Langhe, Canavese, Maggiore ed Orta lakes…
You’ll also receive free, nice and useful gadgets: leather driving gloves for gentlemen, a custom hat for the ladies, and a practical key chain with Driving Vintage logo.

Vintage cabriolet experience to discover Piedmont

Private tour of Turin’s Liberty style

The private tour starts from Piazza Castello, where you can see two famous historic cafes decorated in Art Nouveau style – the Caffe Baratti & Milano and the Caffe Mulassano. The walk will then continue through the streets of the historic center, to see how the Art Nouveau fits into the “fabric” of the Baroque capital. You’ll be fascinated by the history of how, at the end of the XIX century, the new industrial aristocracy started to rule a city that, having lost its role as capital, is transforming itself in search of a new identity.

Private tour of Turin’s Liberty style

Market visit and private cooking class at a Cesarina’s home in Turin

Visit the vibrant local market and the traditional food shops with the Cesarina and immerse yourself in a private cooking class at the Cesarina’s home to learn the secrets of the most famous dishes of Turinese cuisine!

Visit the vibrant local markets or the traditional Truinese food shops: learn how to recognize the best ingredients for the perfect Italian meal. Then, attend a private cooking class in the morning or in the afternoon, learn the secrets of the Piedmontese recipes and have fun by learning how to reproduce the Italian specialties at home. Meet the Cesarina and help her select the right ingredients first, and then assist her in the preparation of an authentic Turinese 3-course menu; taste the fruit of your labor paired with a selection of local red and white wines.

Market visit and private cooking class at a Cesarina’s home in Turin

Cooking class and tasting at a Cesarina’s home in Turin

Attend a private cooking class in the morning or in the afternoon, learn the secrets of the Turinese recipes and have fun by learning how to reproduce the Italian specialties at home. Connect with local people, meet the Cesarina at her home and learn all her secrets to prepare local specialties. Finally, taste the fruit of your labor and experience the authentic flavors of Turin cuisine paired with a selection of local red and white wines: our Cesarine offer only wines of the territory.

Le Cesarine is Italy’s first network of home cooks coordinated at a national level by a dedicated staff. The Cesarine are welcoming ambassadors of the Italian culinary heritage, animated by an authentic passion for traditional Italian cuisine. Every Cesarina has been carefully selected by experts to host gastronomic events in their own homes with local produce and refined menus, the result of authentic local recipes, handed down from generation to generation.

Cooking class and tasting at a Cesarina’s home in Turin

Market tour and dining experience at a Cesarina’s home in Turin

Go food shopping like a local! Enjoy the distinctive Italian local market and learn how to recognize the best produces from the land. Afterwards, attend a private show cooking before lunch or dinner: assist your Cesarina with the preparation of your meal and learn the secrets of Turinese recipes. Lastly, taste an authentic Piedmontese 4-course menu including starter, pasta, main course with side dish, dessert and drinks included. Sample a selection of local red and white wines, as the Cesarine only offer wines of the territory.

Market tour and dining experience at a Cesarina’s home in Turin

The Best of Turin: English Guided Tour

Turin is the fourth Italian city in terms of population and it is considered one of the major business, cultural, scientific and touristic hubs of the country. The city hosts the world famous Holy Shroud, one of the most intense symbols of Christianity, and here several princes and kings conceived the present Italy. Turin is also home to FIAT, the first Italian car manufacturer, and to Pininfarina, the well-known car design firm. With its beautiful parks and noble palaces, Turin is also known for its culinary excellence and is the renowned Italian Capital of Chocolate.

The tour will start from the Castle Square and the baroque Royal Palace (UNESCO), the historical and political heart of the city.

After admiring the main Cathedral hosting the Holy Shroud (when publicly shown) or the Royal Church of S. Lorenzo (with a copy of the Shroud), the tour includes a visit to Palazzo Madama (UNESCO) that houses the Museum of Ancient Art (skip the line) and the medieval tower from which you’ll enjoy a breathtaking view of the city (the ticket is valid all day for visiting the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions on your own as well).

Along the walking tour you’ll also admire the ancient archeological sites dating back to the roman period, the magnificent Palazzo Carignano (UNESCO) that hosted the first Italian parliament and the countless elegant historical cafes where you will taste a typical hot chocolate/coffee drink.

The tour will end close to the majestic Mole Antonelliana, true symbol of Turin, housing the National Museum of Cinema, the tallest museum in the world.

The Best of Turin: English Guided Tour

Private tour and tasting dinner in downtown Turin

EatinTOur – the tour that takes you to discover and taste Turin at the same time – was born from the desire to create a synergy between the historical and architectural beauties and the enogastronomic specialities offered by the city.
The route will be articulated through the historical center of the city starting from Piazza Castello, in front of Palazzo Madama.
The tasting breaks are four, starting with an aperitif and ending with a delicious Italian coffee, and they will take place in four locations selected for their quality, gastronomic tradition and history.
In between one typical course and the following, you will have the opportunity to stroll through the streets of the historical center following the stesp and the explanations of your private guide.
You’ll be fascinated by this unique multi-sensorial tour: we promise!

Private tour and tasting dinner in downtown Turin

Private Aperitivo tour and tasting in downtown Turin

Aperitour is a guided tour through the places of the aperitif tradition in Turin. Along this tour you’ll discover brilliant inventions such as the Vermouth and walk through the main squares that hosted gourmets of all ages.
In the two and a half hours of the walking tour, you will have the opportunity to taste three different versions of aperitif in three different locations, while you’ll be shown a wonderful city explained also through its gastronomic excellences.
From the heart of the Roman quadrilateral to the banks of the longest river in Italy: this walking route takes you to explore the festive side of Turin. In a region where “meeting up” is synonymous with good food and renowned dinners, this walk will allow you to appreciate the tradition of Turin aperitif, with three tastings – each of them including a drink and typical food samples – in three different locations selected for the quality of their gastronomic offer.
In between one stage and another you will get to know the fascinating stories of the protagonists of the Piedmontese food and wine tradition!

Private Aperitivo tour and tasting in downtown Turin

Private walking tour of the Baroque Turin

Amongst all the periods that followed one another during the long-lasting power of the Savoy, the Baroque assumes a fundamental importance for the peculiarity of the style, but above all for the artists who have served the city and the king.
The Baroque in the palaces of power stays alive also in later eras, until the neo-baroque that characterises some rooms of Palazzo Reale.
Guarini and Juvarra are the most prestigious interpreters who adorn Torino with Baroque beauty. The most important sites to visit for this purpose are: Palazzo Carignano, Palazzo Madama (which also houses the museum of ancient arts), the Collegio dei Nobili, San Lorenzo and Piazza San Carlo.

 

Private walking tour of the Baroque Turin

Private tour of Turin: the first capital of Italy

Enjoy a private guided walk in the “command center” of the city, home of the Savoy dynasty, once the capital of the Kingdom of Sardinia and later turned into the first capital of the Kingdom of Italy.
Buildings, stories, characters, palaces: everything in Turin is a symbol of royalty, government and elegance.
Together with your expert guide, you will see the most representative places of the Italian Renaissance in the city, such as Piazza Castello, Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama, State Archives, the fascinating Piazza and Palazzo Carignano, Palazzo Cavour … and much more

Private tour of Turin: the first capital of Italy

Private tour of Turin for film lovers

Enjoy a walk with a private guide to discover the places made famous thanks to the scenography of important movies filmed in Turin.

From Cabiria, the first Italian colossal of 1914, to the masterpieces of Dario Argento, Michelangelo Antonioni, Gianni Amelio, up to the most recent works by Marco Ponti and Davide Ferrario. Not to mention the numerous TV series and soap operas that were born in recent years in the shadow of the Mole.

During the tour you will visit the Mole Antonelliana and the Cinema Museum, Piazza Carignano, Palazzo Reale, Porta Palazzo, Caffè Torino and Piazza Castello, Parco del Valentino.

Private tour of Turin for film lovers

 

 

Excursions Italy, Venice by Musement

Excursion to the Islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello

  • Visit the famous Venetian islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello
  • Goes through the canals of Venice
  • Discover iconic places of handcrafts like glass and laces factories
  • Divided into nine islets crossed by a wide canal, Murano is the island of glass blowing. A long and still-thriving tradition dating back to 1291, when the glass artisans moved here their kilns from the old city center due to the fear of fires dangers. Murano history and wealth is entirely related to the glass: during the 15th and 16th centuries it was the main glass centre in Europe.

Excursion to the Islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello

Doge’s Palace and Saint Mark’s Basilica tour

 

  • Discover the Palazzo Ducale with its splendid rooms and masterpieces
  • Explore the Golden Basilica, a masterpiece of byzantine art
  • Enjoy a privileged entry to avoid the queues: skip the line
  • Take part in a guided tour to learn more about the history of Venice

Doge’s Palace and Saint Mark’s Basilica tour

Doge’s Palace skip-the-line tour

  • Visit the Palazzo Ducale, the seat of the Venetian political power, avoiding queues
  • Enter the Venetian prisons, famous for hosting Giacomo Casanova
  • Admire the gold staircase and the realism of the scenes depicted
  • Relive the anguish of the prisoners crossing the famous Bridge of Sighs
  • Meet your guide at the meeting point in St Mark’s Square

Doge’s Palace skip-the-line tour

Classic Venice gondola ride

Embark on a gondola ride through the Grand Canal where you will see wondrous beauty and culture in every direction. You will be in the S. Maria della Salute area and in the minor canals / Fenice area. The magnificent journey ends at the station Vallaresso (Dogana) dock.

Today the Gran Canal is filled with modern transportation, but the gondolas still holds a valuable place in Venice’s history as one of the icons of the city. In the 17th and 18th century it is estimated that there were anywhere from eight to ten thousand gondolas that treaded through the canals of Venice. Today the art of the gondolier is being preserved in the historical center of Venice with only four hundred gondolas remaining. Taking a ride on a gondola gives you a different perspective of the city and takes you by places that you might have not been able to reach by foot.

Since we want you to enjoy, relax and take in the beauty of the sights around you no commentary from the guide will be given. Take this time to sit back, relax and enjoy the ride!

Classic Venice gondola ride

Water Taxi shuttle transfer from Venice Airport to the center

Venice Shuttle is a fast shared boat service from Marco Polo Airport to Venice center and vice versa. You will experience the pleasure of reaching your hotel comfortably and quickly, travelling on a watertaxi admiring Venice and avoiding the overcrowding of public transport at a very convenient rate.

Shuttle from the airport

Show-up with your voucher at Venice City Tours desk (n. 69) which is located in the arrival hall at the left side of the exit. From arrival lounge to watertaxi embarkation pier, there is a short walking distance (7 minutes approx.). The shuttle boat leaves from the airport once or twice an hour in accordance with the arrival flights. You will share the watertaxi together with other customers and will be transferred – directly or with other stops – to your hotel nearest mooring point. Once in Venice you’ll reach the hotel on your own (you will be handed a plan for reaching the hotel).

Shuttle to the airport
One day prior your departure, you will receive at your hotel a written pick-up as confirmation of your transfer. The shuttle boat leaves to the airport approximately once an hour, in accordance with the departure flights. You will share the taxi boat together with other customers and will be transferred – directly or with others stops – to the airport. You are required to show up at the foreseen meeting point 15 minutes before the departure.

Water Taxi shuttle transfer from Venice Airport to the center

30-minute private gondola ride in Venice

Experience an exclusive and romantic 30-minute private gondola ride on the canals of Venice.
Discover the city from the water, as it was meant to be seen. See picturesque canals and enchanting Venetian architecture and share the ride with a loved one.

It is estimated that there were 8-10 thousand gondolas operating on the canals of Venice during the 17th and 18th centuries. Today, there are just 400 that are still in active service. Do not miss this opportunity to experience Venice from one of these icons on a private 30-minute ride.

Although most of the gondolas are used for touristic purposes, you’ll be fascinated by the strong bond they continue to have with the history of Venice.

Learn how each part of the boat has symbolic meanings. For example, the ferro or prow has 5 or 6 pettini (prongs) to symbolize the city’s sestieri (districts). Made of iron to balance the weight of the gondolier, the S shape evokes the flow of “Canal Grande”.

30-minute private gondola ride in Venice

Gondola ride experience

  • A 35 minutes ride on the traditional Venetian gondola
  • Slide among centuries of history and picturesque views
  • Enter the breathtaking Canal Grande
  • Enjoy amazing photography opportunities

The gondola is one of the main symbols of Venice, as emblematic of the famous water city as mysterious in its origins. Not many people know that at the beginning this unique vessel was different from the one we can admire today, changing across time together with the city it is associated to. Of course, the history of the gondola is deeply bounded to the one of Venice

Gondola ride experience

Doge’s Palace and St Mark’s Square museums skip-the-line tickets

Visit the Doge’s Palace, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture and the seat of the Venetian political power for centuries, with skip-the-line open tickets valid for 3 months. See its magnificent triumphal arches, the splendid golden staircase and masterpieces by Titian, Veronese, Tiepolo and Tintoretto.

This ticket also includes the St. Mark’s Square museums, such as Museo Correr – with its temporary exhibitions –, the National Archaeological Museum – one of the oldest public museums in Europe, home to an important collection of Greek and Roman sculptures – and the monumental rooms of the Biblioteca Marciana.

Doge’s Palace and St Mark’s Square museums skip-the-line tickets

The Golden Basilica: St. Mark’s Basilica skip-the-line tour

For you a guided tour in one of the most incredible cathedrals of the world. On this tour, escorted by a tour guide and planned with the Curia of Venice, you will enjoy a full visit of this masterpiece of Byzantine art. You’ll have the pleasure of discovering the beautiful gold mosaics and marble inlays of the floors, sitting comfortably while your guide shows you the represented biblical scenes, the history and the particularities of this ancient basilica.

Admire the Pala d’Oro, an exquisite example of the Byzantine art with its thousands of gems and precious stones and enjoy the view of the Treasury; a splendor of the religious art collected along the centuries.

The privileged entry and the special collaboration with the Curia of Venice allow us to avoid the queues! An audio-receiver device will be included.

The Golden Basilica: St. Mark’s Basilica skip-the-line tour

Gondola serenade with a musician on board

Experience culture, beauty and romance of Venice in a relaxing way. Your visit to Venice would not be complete without treating yourself to a gondola ride accompanied with a beautiful serenade.

Today the Gran Canal is filled with modern transportation, but the gondolas still holds a valuable place in Venice’s history as one of the icons of the city. In the 17th and 18th century it is estimated that there were anywhere from eight to ten thousand gondolas that treaded through the canals of Venice. Today the art of the gondolier is being preserved in the historical center of Venice with only four hundred gondolas remaining. Taking a ride on a gondola gives you a different perspective of the city and takes you by places that you might have not been able to reach by foot.

Since we want you to enjoy, relax and take in the beauty of the sights around you no commentary from the guide will be given but your ears will be filled with a splendid serenade. Take this time to sit back, relax and enjoy the ride!

Gondola serenade with a musician on board

Alilaguna Transport from Marco Polo Airport to Venice City Centre

The Alilaguna navigation network is made up of five lines that connect the Marco Polo Airport to the center of Venice, along with Lido, Murano, and Punta Sabbioni.

You can choose between a one-way or roundtrip ticket.

Alilaguna Lines:

  • BLUE LINE: Marco Polo Airport – Murano Colonna – Fondamente Nove – Hospital – Basins – Lido Santa Maria Elisabetta – Arsenale – San Zaccaria Jolanda – Piazza San Marco – Zattere – Giudecca Hotel Hilton Molino Stucky – Maritime Station or vice versa
  • ORANGE LINE: Marco Polo Airport – Fondamenta Nuove – Madonna dell’Orto – Guglie (Railway) – San Stae – Rialto – Sant’Angelo – Ca’ Rezzonico – Santa Maria del Giglio – Piazza San Marco or vice versa
  • RED LINE: Marco Polo Airport – Murano Museum – Lido Santa Maria Elisabetta – Giudecca Zitelle or vice versa (Seasonal line, operating from April to November)

Alilaguna Transport from Marco Polo Airport to Venice City Centre

La Fenice Theatre guided visit

Built in 1792 in Neoclassical style following a competitive public exam won by one of Canova’s friend, Giannantonio Selva, the theatre was at the time one of the many private theatres for theatrical and opera performing.

In December 1836 a big fire destroyed the inside structure that was rebuilt one year later just like a mythical bird rebirthing from the ashes.

In the 19th century, the theatre staged world premieres of numerous operas including Rossini’s Tancredi, Sigismondo and Semiramide, Bellini’s I Capuleti e i Montecchi (The Capulets and the Montagues) and Beatrice di Tenda, Donizetti’s Belisario (Belisarius), Pia de’ Tolomei, Maria de Rudenz, Verdi’s Ernani, Attila, Rigoletto, La traviata and Simon Boccanegra.

With a seating capacity for over 1,000 people, the Fenice boasts excellent acoustics (which were improved when the theatre was rebuilt after the devastating fire of 1996), a 98-member orchestra and 66-person opera chorus, a dedicated local audience and a large international following. The theatre is a leading creative venue, staging more than one hundred opera performances per year, a major symphonic season conducted by prominent conductors from across the globe, the full cycles of symphonies by Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms and Mahler, a contemporary repertoire focused especially on Venetian artists such as Nono and Maderna, ballets, and chamber music concerts.

 

La Fenice Theatre guided visit

Venice hop-on hop-off boat tour: 24 and 48-hour tickets

  • Explore Venice onboard a red city sightseeing boat
  • 24 or 48-hour red boat ticket: explore the Laguna at your pace
  • Get on and off at any stop to admire the 400 bridges of the city
  • Welcome and assistance at the new City Sightseeing Venice Visitor Center
  • Built on an archipelago of 118 small islands around 800 B.C., Venice is an extraordinary mix of artistic and cultural influences that reached the city by land and most of all by sea over the centuries. Venice is crossed by 150 canals and connected by over 400 bridges: that’s why you can only visit the city on foot or by boat. Admiring the beauty and splendour of the city from the sea is a lifetime experience you will never forget. City Sightseeing launches its own “red boats” to accompany you around the Laguna.

Venice hop-on hop-off boat tour: 24 and 48-hour tickets

Carnival of Venice 2020 walking theatre show

In Venice, from the middle of the fifteenth century, the nobles and the wealthy were preceded by a servant called “Codega” equipped with a lantern to enlighten their path in the darkness of night delighting them with anecdotes and stories.

You will get your own personal host to guide you through the maze of mystery that belongs to the lagoon. A leap in the past that will inspire you to be the actors in a moving mise en scene that will push you into the heart of the life of the Serenissima Republic and its Carnival.

You will learn about Casanova and the Levantine, about the gondolier that became a priest and about the elephant that found shelter in a church. You will discover why an angel was put as a palace guardian and why the bridge between two convents is called “The Devil’s Bridge”, but also the secret language of fans and the legends of a number of ghosts that are said to live in Venice.

Through the stories of the “Codega”, you will be escorted to unusual and secret places of Venice that differ from the peaceful chaos of Carnival, and you will be able to find out about some of the interesting facts of the history and daily life of the Serenissima Republic.

Carnival of Venice 2020 walking theatre show

Ducal Venice: Morning Walking Tour with Doge’s Palace

  • Take part in a guided tour to visit the highlights of Venice
  • Explore Piazza San Marco with its main monuments
  • Visit the Doge’s Palace, the seat of the Venetian political power
  • Listen to anecdotes on the square of Santa Maria Formosa

Have a walk (no entrances) through the most characteristic and important places for the history of Venice. A qualified and experienced guide will escort you through the millennium of life of the Serenissima Republic, recalling the past full of charm of this unique city. Treat yourself to an essential and multillingual tour for the understanding of Venice.

Ducal Venice: Morning Walking Tour with Doge’s Palace

Highlights of Venice walking tour with Doge’s Palace and Saint Mark’s Basilica

Have a walk (no entrances) through the most characteristic and important places for the history of Venice. A qualified and experienced guide will escort you through the millennium of life of the Serenissima Republic, recalling the past full of charm of this unique city. Treat yourself to an essential and multillingual tour for the understanding of Venice.

  • Discover Venice’ most famous buildings and symbols
  • Skip the line at Basilica San Marco and Doge’s Palace
  • Listen to interesting facts about Venice’s history and present
  • Admire the characteristic “campo”, Venice’s picturesque squares

Highlights of Venice walking tour with Doge’s Palace and Saint Mark’s Basilica

Murano: Glass Factory Tour with Blowing Demo and Workshop from Venice

Meet your local guide in the center of Venice and with a short 15-minute walk through the hidden streets and picturesque corners of the city you will reach Murano island with a public boat (ticket is not included). We can walk through Murano which is a group of seven islands connected by bridges, visiting the IX Century Cathedral of San Donato and reach the designed glass factory.

During the visit to the glass factory you will assist a glass master performing with the glass blowing technique and sculpture technique so you will learn how objects in Murano are made.

Then will be presented the workshops where you will create your own handmade object in Murano glass. You can either create jewelry, choosing the glass beads as you make a bracelet or pair of earrings, or take part in a mosaic workshop where you can create an ornament with many multicolor glass elements.

At the end of the workshop, you will have time to visit the glass factory shop and benefit of 20% discount.

Murano: Glass Factory Tour

La Fenice Theatre: Tickets with audio guide

La Fenice Theatre is one of the most famous and renowned opera houses in the history of European theatre. Especially in the 19th century, many important composers, such as Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, and Verdi performed there.

Explore the beautiful and luxurious interior of the theatre with this audio-guided tour (available in 5 languages: Italian, English, German, French, and Spanish), which allows you to visit the building at your own pace. Among the plasterwork and gilding in the prestigious room, this tour permits the discovery of the back-scene life and secrets of the theatre and its protagonists, retracing their history from its origins to our days.

The ticket price includes the possibility to visit the internal exhibition dedicated to Maria Callas.

La Fenice Theatre: Tickets with audio guide

Historic walking tour of Venice

  • Piazza San Marco: Origins, history and description of the main monuments, such as Basilica San Marco, Palazzo Ducale, Bell Tower, Clock Tower and Procuratie
  • Santa Maria Formosa: History and anecdotes related to this wonderful and characteristic square
  • Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo: The “Pantheon” of Venice, the Great School of Charity, the Captains of fortune
  • Marco Polo’s House and Malibran Theatre: Anecdotes and past and recent history cross each other in this beautiful corner of Venice
  • Return to San Marco through the Mercerie, vital connection between Rialto and San Marco and the main street for the city shopping.

Historic walking tour of Venice

Alone in St. Mark’s Basilica: after hours tour

  • Exclusive after-hours access to St. Mark’s Basilica, Venice’s most famous site
  • Feel privileged as a Basilica guard will unlock the doors for you to explore special areas
  • See the 43,000 square feet of illuminated mosaics; even more breathtaking lit up at night
  • Delve into the history of St. Mark’s and of Venice with your enthusiastic, English-speaking guide

Alone in St. Mark’s Basilica: after hours tour

Gondola ride and Saint Mark’s Basilica tour

  • Admire the charm of Venice seen from the water
  • Visit the Saint Mark’s Basilica, a masterpiece of byzantine art
  • Enter the breathtaking Canal Grande
  • Enjoy a privileged entry to avoid the line at the church

Gondola ride and Saint Mark’s Basilica tour

Cortina and the Dolomites day trip from Venice

Enjoy a fantastic full day tour from Venice to discover the most famous towns and lakes of the Dolomites with their breathtaking views and landscapes! Pieve di Cadore, Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Cortina, Lake Misurina, Lake Auronzo are waiting for you.

Your first stop will be Cortina d’Ampezzo, where you could visit the town and have lunch in one of the excellent restaurants of the city or take the Cortina-Faloria cable car to fully appreciate the beauty of the Ampezzo Dolomites.

After that, you will head to Lake Misurina, a lovely place for a walk in the open air. It is known also as the “pearl of the Dolomites” and it is one of the most beautiful Italian lakes, thanks to its mirror waters.

Tre Cime di Lavaredo has an extraordinary and privileged “terrace” of the natural park, from which it is possible to admire the entire panorama of the Dolomites and where you can visit the galleries dug into the mountain.

Cortina and the Dolomites day trip from Venice

Prosecco Wine Road Trip from Venice

Discover Prosecco wine road and its region enjoying a relaxing and slow full day trip from Venice.

This tour will take you to Valdobbiadene, a city well known for its wonderful vineyard and super tasting wines. Here, at about 11.30am you will reach the first winery where you will have your first wine tasting. Experts say that this is the perfect time to taste some wine since your body is at its top ready to welcome all the sensations wine can give you: from the nose sense of smell with its perfumes to the brain.

In the winery, an expert will guide you first to see the winery itself and then to the cellar to explain the method of Prosecco making, from grape pickling to the fermentation. In the tasting room, you will enjoy some different types of Prosecco (Brut, Extra Dry, Dray, Cartizze or Rosè) or other wines. You will enjoy a nice lunch in a wonderful restaurant next to the vineyard, with a breathtaking view (lunch expenses are not included).

After lunch, you will head to Follina, where you could admire the wonderful abbey and its cloister from the XII century. The tour will go on with another tasting in another selected vineyard, where you could also see a wonderful vineyard and understand another different method of making the Prosecco.

Prosecco Wine Road Trip from Venice

Chocolate Tasting in Venice

We’ve all heard about wine and food tastings, but how about a chocolate tasting?

From Monday to Saturday, from 11.00 to 16.00 you can taste the delicacy produced in our laboratory and traces the history of chocolate.
This experience is perfect for either you and your spouse or for a group of friends! Your mission is to discover the deliciousness that chocolate has to offer.

Dragées, chocolate covers, pralines and truffles are just some of the many products you will find – and taste! – in this wonderful shop!

Chocolate Tasting in Venice

Armenian Venice private tour

The purpose of this itinerary is to approach the Armenian culture and the historical presence in Venice, which became stable from the 12th century. The bond between the city and Armenians was based on diplomatic, commercial and cultural exchanges which reflect in monuments, buildings, churches, palaces, calli, campielli. The Armenian presence in the city is also confirmed by the names of some places. Afterward, with the assignment of the island of San Lazzaro (which was called “the Armenians’ island” in 1717) to the Mechitarists congregation, Venice became one of the main European centers of the Armenian culture.

An Armenian-Venetian guide will lead you to three of the most important places of Armenian memory in Venice. The itinerary will be carried out by an Armenian guide, while on the island you will be welcomed by a Mechitarist Father.

Armenian Venice private tour

Fresh Pasta Private Cooking Class

Join this private cooking class and learn how to make the best fresh pasta ever!

Your personal chef and all the ingredients will be waiting for you at the kitchen, ready for the lesson.

You will learn to make 3 different types of pasta, like Spaghetti, Tagliolini, Gnocchi or Ravioli, with 3 different sauces made with seasonal meat, fish and vegetables.

At the end of the class, you will taste the delicious dishes that you prepared.

Fresh Pasta Private Cooking Class

Artisanal ice cream workshop in Venice

Join this amazing workshop and you will learn all the secrets for making the best ice cream ever!

This experience will let you learn the tips and tricks to create gourmet ice cream.

You will follow recipes based on natural elements and you could choose the best and freshest ingredients, according to Italian tradition.

You will start from fresh milk and water and step by step you will add fresh fruit and creamy ingredients to obtain an unforgettable, healthy and tasty ice-creams and sorbets.

Artisanal ice cream workshop in Venice

Private Venetian art and architecture walking tour

This two hour private tour is the perfect way to discover the art and architecture of Venice, away from the buzzing crowds, experience the hidden masterpieces in this city. If you have little formal knowledge of art or architecture but are keen to become fully immersed in the aesthetic beauty of Venice, then this is the tour for you! Your expert guide will take you through the labyrinth of narrow alleys, numerous bridges, winding canals and across wide picturesque “campi” or squares, providing you with examples of the development of typical Venetian architectural genres.

Visit the interior of the magnificent cathedral of Saints Giovanni and Paolo, to admire the gothic architectural structure, with the largest stained window in Venice, and once inside, view the resting place of the Venetian Doges. Your official guide will be pleased to answer any of your questions regarding the history of these fascinating works of art. You will also have the opportunity to visit the Miracoli Church, a hidden jewel in this remarkable city of water. Recently restored, see the renaissance facade and discover the origins of this unexpected miniature church. The former residence of Marco Polo, probably the most famous Venetian merchant, and the surrounding Corte del Milion is also part of the itinerary of this tour and will provide you with further understanding on the evolution of the broad range of artistic and architectural influences you can witness around the city.

Private Venetian art and architecture walking tour

Chocolate Workshop in Venice

 

Enjoy a sensational workshop and learn how to make chocolate with a chocolate master!

The chef will reveal you all the secrets and the best techniques to dilute chocolate, create ganache or a mousse.

Make extraordinary chocolate truffles and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate (during winter).

Gain the knowledge about chocolate, taste the truffles that you made and bring them home with you!

Chocolate Workshop in Venice

Venetian Cichetti Private Cooking Class

Join this private cooking class and learn to cook Cicheti like a local with your personal chef.

Cicheti are small plates that turn everyday meals into high-street-food bite-size delicacies.

During this class you will prepare 6 or 7 different types of gourmet Cicheti made with seasonal meat, fish and vegetables.

At the end of the class you will taste what you made with your hands together with a good glass of Prosecco!

Venetian Cichetti Private Cooking Class

Create your own Perfume Tour and Workshop

 

Join this extraordinary tour and learn about the history of Venetian perfumery.

You will visit Palazzo Mocenigo, an ancient 16th-century palace, which became the Study Centre of the History of Textiles, Costumes, and Perfume.

Your friendly guide will reveal you the story and the secrets about the history of the Venetian perfumery, talking about the old merchants of the past, to the precious raw materials they imported from the East. There, you could also meet a Master Perfumer and you could have an incredible sensory experience.

At the end of the visit, you could also participate in a unique workshop, where you could make your own perfume and create your personal fragrance.

Create your own Perfume Tour and Workshop

1 Hour private Gondola ride

Admire Venice from the most exclusive and breathtaking point of view: the water. Slide among centuries of history and picturesque views on a traditional Venetian gondola, an experience you will hardly forget. The gondola is one of the main symbols of Venice, as emblematic of the famous water city as mysterious in its origins. Not many people know that at the beginning this unique vessel was different from the one we can admire today, changing across time together with the city it is associated with. Of course, the history of the gondola is deeply bonded with the Venice one.

Considered one of the most beautiful and elegant boats on Earth, it is built through unique techniques and each part of it also has symbolic meanings. For example, its multi-pronged ferro, or prow, does have five or six “pettini”, symbolic of the six “sestieri” in which Venice is divided into. The function of this part made of iron is to balance gondoliere’s weigh and it has an “S” shape evoking the flow of the Canal Grande.

Not only elegance and beauty then, but a whole world also embodied in this boat nowadays the symbol of Venice. Let yourself experience in first person the gondola through this tour. An enchanting and relaxing way to enjoy the colours, lights, sights, charm and beauty of Venice. You will admire elegant bank-side palaces, unique bridges and breath the charming and magic atmosphere that only a town built on the water can give you. Can you imagine a better experience to share with the people you love? Probably difficult to find. Just take your smile and beloved one with you, the timeless beauty of Venice seen from the gondola will do the rest.

1 Hour private Gondola ride

 

 

Excursions Greece,Zakynthos by Musement

Turtle Island Cruise

Fancy cruising Zante’s waters in search of its most famous residents – loggerhead sea turtles. These graceful creatures have been nesting on the island’s beaches for thousands of years but, sadly, they’re now a rare and endangered species. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

Cast out to sea and you’ll pass by the golden beaches of Vassilikos before sailing towards Marathonisi, a pine-clad islet nicknamed ‘Turtle Island’. The reason’s simple – one of its beaches is a favourite nesting site. Keep a look out for loggerheads and for dolphins, too.

Next, cruise to the Keri peninsula, passing its sea caves and lighthouse, and dropping anchor for a swim stop. Come ashore and there’s free time to explore the small village of Keri. You can shop for souvenirs, relax in a restaurant or hit the beach. On the return cruise there’s a chance to swim in a hidden bay and you may even spot some more turtles. What’s more, conservation group Archellon will be on board to tell you about their work.

Turtle Island Cruise

The smuggler’s bay

The smuggler’s bay is a white pebble beach with a surprise – because here is the shipwreck of an alleged smuggler whose ship stranded here in 1980. This boat tour takes you along the coast to discover this famous bay and other secret bays, swim in the sea and enjoy the scenery.

After being picked up at the hotels, the bus takes you to Porto Vromi, the journey takes around 90 minutes before being welcomed on board a boat that is now heading towards the smugglers’ bay. You have about half an hour to enjoy the view before the imposing white cliffs emerge from the sea and reveal the view of the mysterious bay. The shipwreck can now be admired from the boat, you can also enjoy the landscape and take one or the other Insta selfie.

Next, your captain will anchor in a nearby bay and you will have time to swim in the turquoise water. On the way back to Porto Vromi you will discover the Stegnitis Bay and the Sugar Sea Caves – both places are so secret that they do not even appear on Google. Enjoy two more swim stops here and take some pictures.

The smuggler’s bay

Boat trip to the turtle island

Caretta-Caretta is the Latin name for the loggerhead turtle, an endangered species that you will get to know on this excursion. These elegantly swimming animals have been laying their eggs on the beaches of this island for thousands of years, but are unfortunately now threatened with extinction.

This boat tour takes us past the golden beaches of Vassilikos before heading for Marathonisi, a pine-covered island also known as the turtle island. The reason for this is obvious – one of its beaches is often used by the turtles as a breeding ground. With a little luck, you can spot some of these primeval creatures or see dolphins here in the sea.

We continue to the Keri peninsula along the sea caves and the lighthouse. Here is anchored for a swim break. Now we go ashore to explore the small village of Keri. You can look for souvenirs, relax in a restaurant, or linger on the beach. On the way back you can swim in a hidden bay and watch other turtles if necessary. The Archellon Conservation Group will also be on board to inform you about their work to protect turtles.

Boat trip to the turtle island

Green mountains – blue grottos

No wonder that the Venetians called Zakynthos “Flower of the East” – discover the highlights of the beautiful island on this tour. Look forward to visiting the villages of Kampi, Volimes and Lithakia, the monastery of Anafonitria and a boat trip to the famous blue grottoes. This is one of the exclusive TUI Collection excursions that give you the highlights of your travel destination in a special way – unique, authentic, responsible.

It starts at Solomos Square – in the heart of the old town of Zakynthos – before we continue to the Bochali viewpoint with a fantastic view of the Ionian Sea. Next is a boat trip to the Blue Caves – surrounded by brilliant blue water, they are a real natural spectacle.

Back on land, we make a pit stop to enjoy a wine tasting in Volimes before arriving at a 14th-century monastery in Anafonitria, famous for its frescoes. After lunch, a traditional sweet treat is offered in Kampi before a final stop for a tasting of organic olive oil in a mill in Lithakia.

Green mountains – blue grottos

Secrets of Zante

 

  • Discover traditional villlages such as Lithakia and Kampi
  • Organic olive oil mill tour and tasting
  • Visit the Anafonitria Monastery
  • Boat trip to the Blue Caves
  • Local wine and sweet tastings
  • Exclusive TUI itinerary

It’s easy to see why the Venetians called Zante the ‘Flower of the East’. This exclusive tour takes in the villages of Lithakia and Kampi as well as the Anafonitria monastery and a boat trip to the Blue Caves. Along the way, you’ll get to taste some sweet local delicacies and wine produced on the island.

Secrets of Zante

Olympia

 

The birthplace of the Olympic Games is just across the Ionian Sea on mainland Greece. Catch the ferry over from Zante and head to ancient Olympia for a journey through the centuries at the site. You’ll also visit the fascinating Archaeological Museum.

After docking at Kyllini, we’ll drive to one of the most important sanctuaries of antiquity. Discover where the Olympic Games began in the 8th century BC and see the stadium where 45,000 spectators cheered on their favourite athletes. Wander about the site and revel in the faded glory of the site.

You’ll also see the ruins of the Temple of Hera, where the Olympic flame was first lit, and of the Temple of Zeus, where the statue of Zeus – one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – once stood. Afterwards, head to the superb Archaeological Museum to see more treasures and relics before heading into Olympia town. Here, you’ll have time for lunch and a browse around the souvenir shops.

Olympia

More than the sea

This boat trip around the northern tip of Zakynthos has it all – secret caves, sunbathing on board and to round off Greek dances. The boat goes on an unforgettable excursion to head for one of the most beautiful parts of the coast of the island and to take you to the famous Blue Caves and the Smugglers’ Bay.

On this boat trip you can experience the best sights of Zakynthos in a relaxed way. If you have the camera ready, you can take the first worthwhile photos immediately after the departure. The trip goes around the picturesque Cape of Skinari, known for its lighthouse and windmills. White cliffs contrast here with the turquoise blue water.

After about two hours on the sea, the next destination is the Smugglers Bay to see the legendary shipwreck in its dreamlike setting – voted one of the top 5 most beautiful beaches in the world by the renowned Forbes magazine. The perfect place for one or two Instagram posts. Here we can also look forward to a Greek snack with a glass of wine for adults or a juice for children. Anchor near Makris Gialos and Xigia Beach to refresh yourself during a swim break or to relax in the sun on deck. Greek dance is entertaining on the way back to the harbor.

More than the sea

Taste Zante

Zante is famous for its beautiful beaches and landscapes – but it has plenty of other riches, too. Its sweets, cheeses, wines and vegetables are among the finest in Greece. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

The fun kicks off at the heart and soul of any Greek town – the market. Wander among stalls overflowing with fresh local vegetables, where you can load up on whatever takes your fancy. Then it’s on to a traditional mandolato factory. This local variety of nougat – made from almonds, honey, sugar and egg whites – is one of the definitive tastes of Zante.

Next, visit the Callinico winery to understand the science behind the local reds and whites. Your food experience is then rounded off with a cooking demonstration of typical meze in a taverna in Alykanas, where you’ll also sit down to nibble on meze among new friends.

Taste Zante

Blue Cruise

This cruise around the northern tip of Zante has it all – secret coves, on-board sunbathing and some Greek dancing to top it off. You’ll see some of the island’s most mesmerising coastline, including the famous Blue Caves and Smuggler’s Cove.

The best part of this cruise is that you’ll get to catch all of Zante’s top coastal bits in one relaxing boat trip. We’ll scoot around Cape Skinari, famed for its stone lighthouse, windmills and white cliffs against the turquoise water.

After about two hours at sea, we’ll reach Smuggler’s Cove. It’s the site of a shipwreck, which made Forbes magazine to rank it as one of the world’s top five beaches and the perfect spot for those Instagram uploads. After a few photos there’s Greek snacks to enjoy with a glass of wine for adults or juice for kids. Drop anchor for swim stops near Makris Gialos and Xigia beach then as we make our way back to the port, there’s entertainment in the form of Greek dancing.

Blue Cruise

Smuggler’s Cove

Smuggler’s Cove is a picture-postcard white pebble beach with a surprise – a shipwreck from an alleged smuggler who ran ashore in 1980. On this trip, you’ll cruise along the coast to see this famous cove, discover a few secret coves, swim and soak up the scenery.

After pick-up, head by coach to Porto Vromi – it takes about 90 minutes – and hop on a boat towards Smuggler’s Cove. You’ll have half an hour or so to take in the vistas before the imposing white cliffs emerge out of the sea to reveal the cove. Enjoy some free time to visit the famous beach, admire the scenery and take a few Insta-perfect selfies.

Next, your captain will drop anchor at a nearby bay and you will have time to swim in the dazzling turquoise waters. Then, as we cruise back towards Porto Vromi, you’ll discover Stegnitis Bay, a place so secret it dosen’t even show up on Google. Cool off with a swim stop here and take some pics.

Smuggler’s Cove

Sunset Cruise

Watching the sun set over the Ionian Sea is one of those must-do Zante experiences. This evening boat trip features a swim before the main event. Catch the sunset itself between the Misithres Rocks out in the open sea and then relax on a leisurely cruise back while enjoying the music on board. Holiday bliss.

You’ll stop off Turtle Island, first, for an early-evening dip. Discover caves and private beaches before cruising to the west coast to watch the sun go down near the Misithres Rocks. There’s an amazing view of the sunset from here and with the help of an on-board photographer, you’re sure to get the perfect shot.

The romantic atmosphere will carry you back to port as you sail along to the sounds of waves lapping gently against the hull and relaxing music while sipping on a sparkling wine. The sort of night that sprinkles a bit of magic over your holiday memories.

Sunset Cruise

Corelli’s Kefalonia

Mystical mountains, verdant valleys, secluded coves and azure waters that glitter in the sunlight. Kefalonia is a beauty. Take the ferry across from Zante for the day and then hop on the bus for a tour of the island’s most picturesque spots, including Melissani Cave and Myrtos Bay.

Just north of Zante, Kefalonia is an island that’s big on beauty. You’ll cruise over, watching the mountains and cliffs rise high from the sea to Pessada harbour. Your first stop is Drogarati Cave, where you’ll step inside a vast cavern and be dazzled by the numerous stalactites and stalagmites. We’ll continue to Lake Melissani for a boat trip across this underground lagoon with aquamarine waters that glisten in the sun.

Next, we’ll head to the seaside village of Agia Efimia. Here, you’ll have free time for lunch. In the afternoon, there’s a photo stop at Myrtos Bay – a famous filming spot from Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. Rounding off the trip is some free time in Argostoli, the island’s capital.

Corelli’s Kefalonia

Scene Sunset Session

There’s nothing like a beach party to kick off those holiday vibes so your SCENE team have you covered. Sand in your toes and sun on your face, we lay down the biggest tunes of the summer on Zante’s number one beach, the legendary St. Nicks. Throw in a barbeque, banana boating and a 1-hour open bar and you’ve got the perfect package.

Zante is full of great beaches – but St Nick’s gets top billing, making it the ideal spot to host one of our famous SCENE parties. We’ve got the best sound system on the sands and a 1-hour open bar.

To the sounds of pumping tunes, we’ll fire up the barbeque for a buffet feast as you cool off with a dip in the sea or try a few water sports. Adrenaline addicts can hop on the banana boats or take a ride on the crazy couch. After a few hours partying, it all ends around sunset, giving you enough time to change out of your flip-flops, ready to hit the strip.

  • Transport
  • 1 hour free bar
  • BBQ buffet
  • One watersport activity – Banana Boat or Crazy Sofa
  • Rack pack containing a T-shirt, whistle, bandana, and face painting kit

Scene Sunset Session

Scene Rain dance party

There’s nowhere you’d rather be than slipping and sliding with your SCENE team at Zante’s Raindance party. You’ll hit the club in time for an exclusive hour-long open bar to whet your whistle then keep an eye on the weather report as you’ll be in for some wet and wild action.

The exclusive-to-SCENE open bar gets the night going just as you mean to go on. And Laganas is about to be hit by some bad weather, so get ready to brace the storm.

Then the countdown begins – three, two, one and the heavens will open on the dancefloor, pouring rain inside the club as you keep up your dancing momentum to the summer’s biggest hits. And like any storm, it’s about to get worse as even more water drops from the sky, drenching you from head to toe.

Scene Rain dance party

SCENE Wonderland

It’s Zante’s newest summer staple that’s got fantasy and a whole lot of confetti to keep you going till the early hours of the morning. Step into Wonderland for a night of full-on partying, face painting, live saxophone music and a DJ belting out your favourite anthems. An open bar and drinks deals complete the line-up.

Once you’ve peeked inside the doors of Wonderland, there’ll be no going back. You’ll be sucked into a whole other realm of a party dream world with face painting to kick off your night. After your transformation, you’ll be let loose on the dancefloor where the resident DJ will be rolling out a mash-up of the latest summer anthems.

Now the party’s in full swing, the countdown begins…one…two…three…and the confetti cannons will blast colour into every corner of the club. There’ll be something else, too, live saxophone music and an open bar until the early morning.

SCENE Wonderland

SCENE SILENT DISCO

Whether it’s thumping deep house, urban beats or the latest chart-toppers you’re after, a SCENE silent disco has you covered. In a packed club, you’ll have your own set of wireless headphones, so you choose the tunes you want to groove to. And when it’s time for a break, take them off and see the bizarre sight of a whole room dancing in silence.

Silent discos have swept the globe as one of the world’s weird and wonderful party events. Grab some headphones at one of the biggest and best clubs in Zante and you’ll be good to go.

There could be chart-topping pop on the green channel, or bumping EDM music on the blue channel – you decide what tunes you want to bounce to. And with a 1-hour free bar, down a few drinks and you’ll soon be singing along like nobody’s listening – and on this night, they won’t be.

SCENE SILENT DISCO

SCENE Pukka Up Boat Party

 

If you thought the clubs in Zante were the business, wait till you hit the decks of our Pukka Up party boat. The SCENE Team has prepared an afternoon of fun under the Ionian sun that’ll have you making waves.

We’ve got the best floating sound system on the island, some of Laganas’s top DJs manning the turntables and an on-board bar – so don’t forget to bring some notes. After a sail around Zante’s south coast, we’ll drop anchor off the legendary St Nick’s beach so you can cool off with a swim.

Adrenaline addicts can have a go at a few different watersports, too, before we make the return journey in time for a pre-party power nap. Get ready for an afternoon of sun, sea and seriously good tunes on board the SCENE Pukka Up party boat.

SCENE Pukka Up Boat Party

SCENE Joel Corry

Let Rescue club save your Thursday nights from boredom. Kick off your Laganas weekend early with DJ Joel Corry. At the biggest and best club on the strip, the star of MTV’s Geordie Shore spins everything from old school classics to the biggest bangers of the summer.

Whether its big beats from back in the day or the latest summer sounds you’re after, Thurdays at Rescue have you covered. Experience one of the best clubs in Zante as DJ Joel Corry spins the soundtrack to your weekend.

Take advantage of discount drinks at the bar and you’ve everything you need to dance ‘til dawn. This is your pass to the perfect party night out.

SCENE Joel Corry

SCENE Sizzle Pre-party Event

Set off your night at the most sizzling spot on the strip. Sizzle bar brings you the hottest pre-party event in Laganas to warm up your evening. With discount drinks, a few games and some flirty fun to get you started, you’ll be more than ready for the main event – the infamous paint party. This one’s about to get messy.

SCENE Sizzle Pre-party Event

SCENE Waikiki Pre-party Event

Warm up your night at Waikiki bar – the hottest pre-party spot on the strip. Kick things off with a cool cocktail by the sea, a few games and some flirty fun. Then, keep an eye on the weather report as you’ll be in for some wet and wild action at the main event – the Raindance party.

SCENE Waikiki Pre-party Event

Fishing Boat Trip

There’s the potential to fall hook, line and sinker for the serenity of fishing in Zante on this trip. You’ll master the art of traditional fishing while trundling from one secluded bay to the next and grilling your catch for lunch. It’s an early start for this one – but the peace and quiet out at sea is well worth getting up for.

As the saying goes, the early bird catches the worm, so you’ll set sail from Zante port to make the most of the morning on the Ionian Sea. Coffee and baked goods will be served as you glide towards your first destination. Then get to grips with Greek-style fishing by throwing nets overboard before anchoring up at a quiet beach.

Try your hand at line fishing or snack away on fresh fruits between dives, waiting to see what you catch. Nets collected, lunch will be prepared at the next stop – the catch of the day with risotto, salad and wine. There’ll be time to relax before heading back to the port, hopefully joined by loggerhead turtles.

Fishing Boat Trip

Zante experience – with all 5 senses

Zakynthos is known for its beautiful beaches and landscapes, but it has much more to offer. The local desserts, cheese, wines and vegetables are among the best in Greece. This is one of the exclusive TUI Collection excursions that give you the highlights of your travel destination in a special way – unique, authentic, responsible.

The excursion starts right at the market – the heart of every Greek city. The stands bend among fresh local fruits and vegetables. Then it continues to a traditional mandolate factory. This local nougat variety – made from almonds, honey, sugar and protein – is one of the main flavors of Zante.

Next, visit the Callinico winery to understand the science behind the local red and white wines. Your culinary experience is rounded off by a cooking demonstration with typical meze in a tavern in Alykanas, where you can of course take a seat and enjoy the meze snack with the newly won friends

Zante experience – with all 5 senses

Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Village

For spills and thrills, you can’t beat a day at the Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Village in Sarakinado. It’s got enough slides, rides and sunbathing terraces to keep all ages happy for a few hours.

Speed freaks will want to brave the beastly Black Hole, tackle the scary new Sinkhole and scream their way down the Kamikaze slides. If you prefer a more relaxing day there’s a gentle Lazy River to float along and plenty of sunloungers for snoozing and topping up your tan. There are play areas for the smaller kids, too.

Add bars and cafés to decamp to for some refuelling, and you’ve got all the ingredients for a great day out.

 

Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Village

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Excursions Fuerteventura ,Spain by Musement

Fuerteventura Caves and Farm Tour

Fuerteventura is famed for its miles of sandy beaches but head inland and you’ll find a land that time forgot. This trip takes in colonial churches, whitewashed villages and an aloe vera plantation among other attractions. This is one of our TUI Collection excursions, which give you a local flavour of the destination while showcasing its unique, authentic and responsible values.

First up, you’ll head to an aloe vera plantation to learn about this typical local product. Then, it’s on to Pajara to visit its enigmatic church with Aztec-inspired carvings. Next, we’ll go to Ajuy, a remote village with a black-sand beach. Check out the caves hollowed out of the cliffs by the waves.

We then go deep into the western hills to discover beautiful Betancuria, the island’s first capital and now a sleepy, whitewashed village. Here, you’ll Visit St Mary’s Church. The last stop is Finca Pepe, a farm renowned for its cheeses, where you’ll also taste gofio, the local biscuit.

Fuerteventura Caves and Farm Tour

Acua Water Park – With Transfer

The only waterpark in Fuerteventura is the ideal spot for a day of fun in the sun. Acua water park is bursting with attractions. Kids and adults can splash about in wave pools, whirlpools, lazy rivers and even dive into the depths of the Dark Cave.

There’s no better way to cool off from the midday heat than in pools and slides of all shapes and sizes. Kids have their own zone to safely play with animal-shaped slides and mushroom sprinklers, but if you’re looking for something to get the adrenaline pumping through your veins then there’s the multilane racer where you’ll be able to clock up speeds of up to 30km/h.

What’s more there’s the wave pool, black hole and kamikaze to test your nerve, or to slow down the pace you’ll find the whirlpool and lazy river just the ticket. And to refuel your energy levels there are self-service restaurants and food outlets selling all kinds of tasty treats.

Acua Water Park – With Transfer

Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura Tour

Oasis Park in Fuerteventura takes you on a voyage around the world, animal by animal. And to make the most of it you’ll join an expert guide for a tour around the park followed by lunch and preferential seats at the must-see live animal shows.

We’ll kick off your wild day out at Oasis Park with a tour around the enclosures and exhibitions. Your guide will show you into the African Savannah and beyond where you’ll learn all about the conservation and investigation projects while seeing these majestic animals up close.

Then it’s time to freshen up with a buffet lunch. And to make it easier, a bus service to the Patio restaurant is all included. Afterwards, you’ll be able to enjoy the rest of the park at your own pace and make the most of your VIP seats at the birds of prey, fauna and sea lion shows. You’ll also have the option to join a tour of the botanical gardens with the botanist.

Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura Tour

Buggy tour

The rugged terrain and winding trails of Fuerteventura make it ideal for a buggy drive. And this tour’s a three or four-hour dream for adrenaline junkies, with plenty of breaks to relax things down a bit and take in some of the island’s most beautiful and deserted spots on a buggy adventure.

The day kicks off as you navigate through rugged desert landscapes. You’ll speed down winding sandy trails, spewing up clouds in your wake – under the watchful eye of ancient volcanic craters. Enjoy the breathtaking views as you speed along off-road routes in search of untouched places in Fuerteventura. Then, a canter through the undulating trails brings you home.

What’s more, with different routes to choose from, you’ll get to experience the island’s ever-changing landscape in an exciting, action-packed way. All you’ll need is your driving licence and sense of adventure.

Buggy tour

3 island cruise

Seeing one island’s crystal-clear waters and marine life from a glass-bottomed boat is a treat. Getting to take in three different ones is positively spoiling yourself. This morning cruise connects the dots between three of the Canary Islands – Lanzarote, Lobos and Fuerteventura.

As you set off on your aquatic adventure, the glass-bottomed boat gives you a unique underwater perspective as you float over to Playa Blanca, the southernmost town in Lanzarote. You’ll be able to do some restorative sunbathing on the boat’s deck or take some free time to explore.

Back on board, lunch is served before you sail by Lobos – a tiny, uninhabited island between Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Contemplate the coastline and view the sea life from the panoramic windows, then snorkel in the warm Atlantic waters just off shore before heading back to port

3 island cruise

Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura Ticket

Oasis Wildlife is home to a huge variety of birds, reptiles and African animals, living as close to their natural habitat as possible. There’s a successful breeding programme here and recent arrivals include giraffes, sea lions and hippos.

Get up close to many of them at the sea lion, parrot, reptile and birds of prey shows. In between shows, you can come eye-to-eye with the giraffes on the viewing platform, laugh at the antics of the cheeky chimps, admire the elephants and take pictures of the meerkats, otters, zebras and hippos –the list is endless.

There is also an optional camel ride available, adding adventure and laughs along the way.

Oasis Wildlife Fuerteventura Ticket

Catamaran cruise to three islands in Fuerteventura

Watch the underwater landscapes and the endless fishes in this crystal-clear waters thanks to our glass-bottom deck and the 16 panoramic underwater windows. You may also spot some dolphins that live in these waters.

The first stop will be Lanzarote. The catamaran set course to the beaches of Papagayo in Lanzarote, where you can take a refreshing bath in the turquoise waters.

Then you will continue your trip to Isla de Lobos (Wolves Island). This small island is a natural reserve and the name is due to the many sea lions that lived here. Here you can enjoy the nature and superb clear waters. At 16:00 you will sail back to Fuerteventura.

During the stops you can swim, dive or even snorkel (all equipment will be provided). Moreover, you can enjoy a savory traditional menu on board consisting of fried fish, papas arrugadas (a canary specialty), salad, fresh fruit and a drink.

Catamaran cruise to three islands in Fuerteventura

Whale & Dolphin Watching Corralejo

This one-of-a-kind excursion offers you the chance to explore the ocean with staff from the Canarian Institute of Nature Studies. There’s an amazing variety of underwater life in the seas surrounding Fuerteventura, and you’ll get the chance to see seabirds, turtles, cetaceans and more during the cruise.

By joining this tour, you’ll be able to learn about ocean-cleaning campaigns and turtle rescues – in collaboration with the Canarian Institute of Nature Studies – and many other research projects that help preserve the richness of the north Atlantic biosphere.

The three-hour-long cruise includes crackers, fruit, juice, soft drinks and water for you to quench your thirst while contemplating the romantic infinity of the Atlantic.

Whale & Dolphin Watching Corralejo

Walking Cofete

After your hotel collection from Jandia and Costa Calma, transfer by minibus to Gran Valle. The walk revolves around the mountain past “Pico de Zara” and the area down to Cofete beach. Explore the wild and rugged western coast of Fuerteventura. Follow an experienced guide down gravel tracks and head deep into a barren landscape heading for the isolated settlement of Cofete. Enjoy fantastic views over the Cofete coastline and then explore the almost 35km of sandy beaches. The trail passes through cacti fields and along endless beaches towards the mysterious Villa Winter. Your guide will give you the lowdown on the flora and fauna of this remote corner of the island and there’ll also be a picnic included.

Walking Cofete

Lobos Island Mini Cruise

Car-free Lobos Island is just a short ferry trip away from Fuerteventura. The isle is all raw nature with hardly any signs of human activity, so it makes for a fascinating backdrop to your cruise. You can head over on the ferry and size the island up from the sea as you have time to view the lagoons and have a quick snorkel, in its tropical waters.

What’s more, you can check out the marine fauna along the way. Whether you’re a nature lover or a sun seeker, you’re bound to fall in love with Lobos Island. Its pristine beaches and the inviting waters brimming with marine life are straight out of Robinson Crusoe.

There are a few fishermen’s huts by the harbour and beyond lies a scarred volcanic landscape. A lighthouse on the north coast looks across to the neighbouring island of Lanzarote. One drink is included on the ferry. The boat returns at 14:00.

Lobos Island Mini Cruise

Oby Cat Experience from Costa Caleta

With its craggy inlets hugging the aquamarine Atlantic, the east coast of Fuerteventura is tailor-made for viewing from the comfort of a large catamaran. As you recline in the salty sunshine, volcanic craters rise up dramatically in the island’s interior. This half-day cruise is available either in the morning or afternoon.

Setting off from the swanky surrounds of the brand-new marina of Caleta de Fuste, you’ll cruise southwards on the Oby – with the expert and friendly crew tending to your every need. Your destination is Pozo Negro bay, where sugarcane fishermen’s huts stand in contrast to the harsh volcanic backdrop.

You’ll drop anchor in the calm and sheltered waters of the bay. Relax on the deck or explore the underwater depths with the snorkeling gear provided. You’ll even get to blast through waves on Oby’s jet-ski. An on-board paella lunch and free-flowing beer and soft drinks make for a very pleasant four hours at sea.

Oby Cat Experience from Costa Caleta

Acua water park – ticket only

  • Family fun day out at Acua water park
  • The only waterpark in Fuerteventura
  • Slides and pools for kids and adults
  • Entrance ticket with or without a transfer is available

Acua water park – ticket only

Ferries to Gran Canaria & Lanzarote – Ticket only

There’s a fast and convenient way to hop over to Lanzarote or Gran Canaria for the day. The journey to Lanzarote takes approximately 30 minutes and the trip to Gran Canaria takes about 2 hours. A great chance to explore another Canary Island under your own steam.

To go to Playa Blanca in Lanzarote you sail from Corralejo in the north of Fuerteventura while to go Las Palmas in Gran Canaria, you sail from Morro Jable in the south. The ferries are modern and offer a fast service between the islands. They also feature a sun deck so you can take in the uninterrupted views as you hop across the ocean. There’s also a snack bar on board in case you feel peckish.

And once you land, it’s all yours to discover at your own pace. With a good selection of crossings every day, you’ll be able to comfortably spend the day on a different Canary island.

Ferries to Gran Canaria & Lanzarote – Ticket only

Diving – without transfer (Corralejo only)

Fuerteventura’s crystal-clear waters are brimming with exotic fish. And this scuba diving experience is the ideal introduction to this fun activity. It gives you a taster of underwater life under the supervision of PADI and CMAS instructors.

Your dive team will first explain how the breathing equipment works and how to communicate underwater. After this, you’ll practise in a shallow pool, with your instructor beside you. Then, it’s time for your first proper sea dive. You’ll be amazed at the whole new world around you. Think vibrant reefs and rock formations busy with bluefin damselfish, parrotfish, wrasse and other marine marvels. If you’re lucky, you might even spy a ray or gentle angel shark, too.

You’ll have 45 minutes to flipper around with your instructor pointing out everything. This is a brilliant opportunity if you’ve ever wanted to give scuba diving a go .

Diving – without transfer (Corralejo only)

Sunset Safari

This exclusive excursion takes you through scarred volcanic landscapes to remote beaches and pretty fishing villages – and is then rounded off by an epic sunset. You’ll be whisked on dirt tracks past volcanoes as we zoom through lava fields and scorched scrublands. After traversing these arid badlands, we’ll reach the coast. Here, the blue waters of the Atlantic meet the golden sand coastline – a contrast of colours that’s one of Fuerteventura’s hallmarks. In a fishing village, we’ll drop into a typical Canarian bar and grab a bite of some tasty local nibbles. The tour ends on a high when we head over to a local landmark such as a lighthouse or castle to watch the sun sink into the ocean while sipping on a flute of cava. A great chance to experience the vivid colours of Fuerteventura.

Sunset Safari

Cofete 4×4 Safari Tour

The plunging volcanic landscape of Fuerteventura’s mountainous interior is scaled from the seemingly endless coastline of the vast Atlantic Ocean. The best way to navigate this rugged and somewhat unforgiving terrain is in an off-road 4×4, for a full day.

Your driver will first head into Fuerteventura’s central mountains, where cloud-wreathed slopes plunge down to endless, deserted beaches. Heading off road onto hairpin tracks, you’ll bump around the lunar-like landscapes of the Roque de Moro, one of the island’s highest volcanic peaks. Here, you’ll get breathtaking views over the buffeted west coast before dropping down to Cofete.

This mostly abandoned village is home to the mysterious Winter Villa – rumoured to have been a Nazi hideout after World War II. Next, it’s off to Punta de Jandia at Fuerteventura’s southern tip. After lunch at a typical Canarian restaurant, you’ll wind your way back, enjoying more epic views as you go. A thrilling drive and glimpse into parts of the island most never see.

Cofete 4×4 Safari Tour

Submarine Safari

Cross over to the neighbouring island of Lanzarote and emulate Captain Nemo as we dive deep down to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. The waters around Lanzarote are teeming with marine life and this 40-minute-long submarine trip is an unforgettable experience. You’ll see ghostly shipwrecks on the seabed and watch as shoals of colourful fish flit past your viewing window.

We’ll cross the straits across to Lanzarote aboard the Princesa Ico and then head for the port of Puerto Calero. Once there you’ll get a comprehensive explanation about the dive and the submarine and what you can expect to see once underwater. After boarding you’ll be allocated your personal seat, right in front of one of the large viewing ports, allowing you unrestricted vision of the underwater world including giant rays, barracuda, parrot fish and tuna.

We’ll dive to a depth of 30 metres for around 40 minutes, after which we’ll return to Playa Blanca where you’ll have some free time before returning to the shores of Fuerteventura.

Submarine Safari

Fuerteventura Villages and Food Tour

Fuerteventura is that rare gem – there’s plenty to do and see but in laidback and uncrowded surrounds. This daytrip to the centre and of the island will explore historic towns such as Pajara and Betancuria, and take in attractions such as an aloe vera plantation and farms.

Setting off in a comfortable eight-seater minibus, your first stop will be the aloe vera plantation. Next up is the polka-dotted Moorish-influenced lighthouse overlooking Las Playitas beach. And at a farm, you’ll enjoy an olive oil tasting.

Then, in Pajara, you’ll check out the Aztec-inspired friezes on the façade of Our Lady’s church. Later, a scenic drive through the mountains will take you to the whitewashed colonial town of Betancuria. See St Mary’s church, whose simple exterior belies its richly decorated interior. There’ll be a cheese-tasting session at a nearby goat farm, before you round off the day with a traditional Canarian late lunch.

Fuerteventura Villages and Food Tour

Goleta Paradise

A luxury cruise along the dramatic and desolate cliff-strewn coastline of Fuerteventura’s southernmost peninsula is a memory-maker in itself. Experiencing it from the deck of a very special boat – a tall-sailed traditional Turkish gulet, named Paradise, makes it all the more so.

The fun starts as you board Paradise in the charming port of Morro Jable. She’s tall-sailed and boasts all-wood panelled staterooms, to give you that real VIP feeling. Setting out from port, you’ll glide toward the southern peninsula of Punta de Jandia, passing desolate cliffs, secret coves and empty beaches en route.

Sink into the comfy deck mattresses, polish your tan and relax over drinks served by the crew. At Punta de Jandia, you’ll see the rugged coves and the lighthouse. And there’s the opportunity to swim or snorkel along the way. After a lunch on deck of smoked salmon, grilled prawns and steak, you’ll then cruise past the lighthouse for some photo opportunities before a relaxing jaunt back to port.

Goleta Paradise

Lanzarote Experience

Lanzarote and Fuerteventura may only be 25 minutes apart but scenery wise, they’re light years apart. Feel the heat beneath your feet on Fire Mountain – witness brushwood burst into flames and watch steaming geysers shooting from the ground as you journey through Lanzarote on this full day excursion.

Timanfaya National Park is a natural, outdoor museum where you can see first-hand how catastrophic volcanoes can be. Then follow the Lunar Route through lava fields and volcanic craters. There’s also a pit stop in La Geria, where you visit a typical wine cellar and sample some of the wine.

You’ll also head through the Haria valley stopping for lunch along the way to the Jameos del Agua, designed by legendary local artist-architect, Cesar Manrique. Descend into this volcanic cavern and you’re greeted with rock gardens, a restaurant and a glassy lake. From there we go back to Playa Blanca to take the ferry to Fuerteventura.

Lanzarote Experience

Fuerteventura VIP Catamaran Cruise

This Magic Deluxe cruise offers you the best of both worlds. You’ll get to sail in a brand-new luxurious lagoon-style catamaran – unique to Fuerteventura – and enjoy amazing views of volcanic coastline, beautiful beaches and, with a bit of luck, catch sight of dolphins and whales. A tasty lunch on board is also on the menu.

Riding the ocean waves, surrounded by the azure waters of the north Atlantic – this is the life. You’ll want to dive in the moment your skipper drops anchor in Jandia Bay. After some fun and frolics in the sea, it’s time to dip into a surf and turf lunch featuring a seasonal salads, smoked salmon, grilled prawns and grilled steak – washed down with wine and other drinks.

And with a maximum of just 12 guests on board, this 15-metre catamaran is the ideal boat to spend a day of relaxation and offshore exploration.

Fuerteventura VIP Catamaran Cruise

Off-road Cotillo

Remote beaches, volcanic craters and a healthy dose of amazing views are the key ingredients of this 4×4 island tour. You’ll explore northern Fuerteventura high and low, travelling to inspiring locations such as the Bayuyo volcano, Majanicho and El Cotillo. It’s an action-packed day of off-road sightseeing.

The adventure kicks off as you head south from Corralejo, along the desert tracks towards Lajares. Soak up the spectacular vistas of the beaches and the turquoise sea from this elevated spot – even taking in views of neighbouring Lanzarote to the north, across the Bocayna Strait.

More memorable views are in store as we zoom through volcanic badlands towards the remote coastal hamlet of Majanicho. From here, we press on to Cotillo – famed for its triple lighthouse – and where you’ll have some free time to chill out on the beach.

Off-road Cotillo

Deep sea fishing

If you like a spot of angling, this deep sea fishing trip in the Atlantic is right up your street. You’ll sail out into the strip of ocean separating Fuerteventura from Morocco in search of fish – and fun. This half-day jaunt mixes action with passion to create an exciting experience.

In the waters between the Canaries and Africa, the catch of the day could include a marlin or a swordfish. You’ll have to pull out all the stops to land one of these big boys but the waters are teeming with other fish, too.

Dangle your bait over the side, and you could hook a mahi-mahi, a wahoo or an amberjack. And if you don’t have any luck, simply sit back and soak up the sun.

Deep sea fishing

Watersports

Fuerteventura’s windy and sunny conditions have made it a mecca for water sport enthusiasts from all over the world. Take advantage of the island’s ideal climate to either try a water sport out for the first time or get in some more practice with courses taught by professionals. Courses can be anything from three hours to three days.

After being picked up from your hotel, you’ll head to a spot where conditions are the best for surfing, wind and kite surfing, boogie boarding or stand-up-paddle – the choice is yours. Then just slip into your wetsuit and hit the waves. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, any level is welcome, and your friendly qualified teachers will show you all the tricks you need to know to improve your skills or learn for the very first time.

You’ll have three hours in which to perfect your moves, all while enjoying Fuerteventura’s coastal scenery in the background. What’s more, as you’re taken to the best spot according to the weather on the day, you’ll have ideal conditions to learn a new water sport.

Watersports

Oby catamaran

Lying just off the northern tip of Fuerteventura is Isla de Lobos – the ‘Island of Wolves’. It makes the perfect foil for a day at sea in a luxury catamaran. For four blissful hours, we’ll sail off this arid volcanic isle while enjoying the pleasures of the sea. Dive in for a swim or snorkel, or try your hand at kayaking. This is pure, unadulterated fun Fuerteventura style.

Sailing from Corralejo, the Oby catamaran has room for just 12 guests and you’ll receive full VIP service on board. Lie back and soak up those Canarian sunrays or cool down in the azure Atlantic waters. We’ll drop anchor off Lobos and that’s when the fun – or relaxation – begins in earnest.

You can hop into a kayak with some friends and glide on the calm waters, go snorkelling among the colourful underwater life, enjoy a dip in the sea or simply lie back and soak up the sun. Food and drinks will be served on board.

Oby catamaran

Fuerteventura Magic Catamaran Cruise

Sailing along beautiful coastline and savouring a traditional Canarian lunch is the formula that makes this catamaran cruise so magical. To top it all off, there are also stops for swimming and snorkelling. And with a bit of luck, you might spot dolphins and pilot whales. This is what being on holidays is all about.

Things get going as you weigh anchor after being welcomed by the friendly crew. Heading out into the Atlantic under full sail, you’ll glide southwards, keeping a keen eye out for the pods of dolphins and pilot whales that are plentiful in the warm waters off Fuerteventura.

Your skipper will then drop anchor at an isolated spot near the beaches of Jandia. There will be games organised on board, or take a dip or a snorkel in the azure waters. After the activities, you’ll be served a typical Canarian meal of freshly-grilled chicken, potatoes with mojo sauce and seasonal salads, all washed down with ice-cool drinks. This is what holidays are all about.

Fuerteventura Magic Catamaran Cruise

Shop & Sail

A day of sun, sea and shopping awaits on this full day cruise to Lanzarote. You’ll set off from Fuerteventura to the neighbouring island for a spot of souvenir shopping in Marina Rubicon then the afternoon is for sunbathing, snorkelling and eating paella in Papagayo Bay.

You’ll leave all your worries behind as we set sail from Corralejo to Playa Blanca in Lanzarote, followed by a transfer to Marina Rubicon. Here you’ll have plenty of free time to browse for souvenirs in the market and even have a drink in one the trendy bars. Then it’s time for peace and tranquillity as you’re whisked off on a luxury catamaran – with a fresh mojito in your hands – to the white sands of Papagayo Bay.

Swim in the azure water, snorkel, kayak to explore the bay or simply sit back with a drink from the open bar – the choice is yours. What’s more, your crew will even prepare a fresh paella on board and we’ll then sail back to Marina Rubicon in style.

Shop & Sail

Diving – with transfer

Fuerteventura’s crystal-clear waters are brimming with exotic fish. And this scuba diving experience is the ideal introduction to this fun activity. It gives you a taster of underwater life under the supervision of PADI and CMAS instructors.

Your dive team will first explain how the breathing equipment works and how to communicate underwater. After this, you’ll practise in a shallow pool, with your instructor beside you. Then, it’s time for your first proper sea dive. You’ll be amazed at the whole new world around you. Think vibrant reefs and rock formations busy with bluefin damselfish, parrotfish, wrasse and other marine marvels. If you’re lucky, you might even spy a ray or gentle angel shark, too.

You’ll have 45 minutes to flipper around with your instructor pointing out everything. This is a brilliant opportunity if you’ve ever wanted to give scuba diving a go .

Diving – with transfer

Pedra Sartaña Pirate Adventure

Nothing tickles the imagination of children like pirate ships. Take a trip with yours onboard the Pedra Sartaña for some swashbuckling maritime fun and adventure – and some well-earned down time for yourselves.

The Pedra Sartaña is a real Spanish Schooner with towering masts and ornate woodwork – which was in active shipping service until 1970. Now it has become the ultimate fantasy playground for your under-sized marauding shipmates. As she sets sail through the sparkling Atlantic Ocean, the kids get stuck into all sorts of fun stuff, including hoisting the sails, pirate games and treasure hunts – all led by our tough-taskmaster of a ship’s captain.

When she drops anchor offshore, there’ll be more maritime fun and games, and snorkelling and swimming in the warm clear water – but they won’t be forced to walk the plank! These supervised activities and lunch on board will give the adults a little relaxation, and the delight of the little ones after a half-day of piratical fun should be one of the highlights of their holiday. All the more so if you end up seeing some dolphins off the bow.

Pedra Sartaña Pirate Adventure

Atlantic Adventure

Lanzarote is just a short sail away from Fuerteventura. Hit the seas in a glass-bottom catamaran to Playa Blanca, then cruise along the coast off Papagayo Beach. Top-notch snorkelling, kayaking and swimming await on this full day boat trip.

After being picked up from your hotel, you’ll head down to the port where you’ll be welcomed aboard the glass-bottom boat ready to sail over to Playa Blanca on the southern tip of Lanzarote. Here you’ll have a short break to explore at your own pace, then take to the water again as we cruise along to the coastline before anchoring off Papagayo Beach.

Your captain will find the best spot to drop anchor for you to swim and snorkel in delightful turquoise waters or simply relax and top up your tan. You’ll also have the option of a banana boat ride or kayaking for an extra fee. And to top it off, dig in to a delicious buffet spread along with sangria and beer served on deck before returning to Fuerteventura past amazing scenery.

Gran Canaria island tour from Fuerteventura

One Canarian island sometimes isn’t enough – which is why this Gran Canaria tour from Fuerteventura is ideal. You’ll discover the big island to the west from head to toe, visit volcanic craters, remote hamlets, endless sand dunes and big cities. All in one amazing day.

After an early pick-up, we’ll go to the port to board the two-hour ferry to Las Palmas. The action starts straight away as we head by minibus to the Bandama crater before continuing to Valle de San Roque. It is famed for its endemic palm trees. In the Valsequillo area, you’ll be able to check out local products and taste a few delicacies. We’ll climb towards Pico de las Nieves next, the island’s highest point, en route to lunch at Llanos de la Pez.

In the afternoon, discover San Bartolome de Tirajana – a typical village surrounded by lush landscapes. Next up are the sand dunes of Maspalomas in the far south. They seem to go on forever. You’ll have some free time in Las Palmas before catching the ferry back to Fuerteventura.

Gran Canaria island tour from Fuerteventura

Snorkelling

With bright white sand leading to turquoise waters, Fuerteventura is snorkelling heaven. You’ll join an experienced guide on a snorkelling tour where you’ll come face to face with shoals of grouper, octopus, rays and so much more.

If you’ve never tried snorkelling before, then this is an ideal chance to try it out. From your hotel, you’ll head to the dive centre where you’ll be greeted by friendly guides who’ll firstly give a quick introduction on the essentials. After that, you’ll have all your equipment provided and you’ll head to the spot, where your underwater adventure begins.

Your guide will lead you to the best places to see the marine life and you’ll soon get up close to parrotfish, damselfish, lizardfish and, if you’re lucky, maybe even seahorses and angel sharks. And with crystal clear water, you won’t miss out on a thing with all the colours of the ocean coming to life before your eyes.

Snorkelling

Catlanza Cruise

There are cruises and then there’s the Catlanza catamaran to Lanzarote’s Papagayo coast. It’s a class apart. Not only will you explore one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the Canaries but you’ll also get to experience a jet-ski ride.

You’ll sail from Corralejo harbour, with the desert island of Lobos to the starboard, and cross the Bocayna Strait that separates Lanzarote from Fuerteventura. The crew will really look after you, so relax with a drink in hand from the open bar and watch out for dolphins, whales and flying fish, which can be spotted in the strait.

Cruise off Papagayo Point, the southernmost tip of Lanzarote. Here, dark lava cliffs form a wall against the sea. But it’s not all volcanic cliffs – there are some amazing golden beaches. Anchoring in a sheltered bay, now is the time to swim and snorkel in the crystal clear waters. You can also go around the bay on an exhilarating jet-ski ride with a driver, while the crew prepares lunch.

Catlanza Cruise

Jet-ski – departure from Jandia

Nothing gives you the freedom and thrills through the waves like a jet-ski. On this one-hour-long jet-ski experience, you’ll explore the beautifully remote Jandia coastline in southern Fuerteventura – and cool down during a swimming break.

Arriving at base, you’ll receive full instruction on how to pilot your powerful jet-ski. Charge out into the warm Atlantic, skipping along the tops of the waves. Head westwards, taking in the golden sands of the unspoilt Jandia peninsula.

Then, you’ll have the opportunity to cool off with a short swimming break. Hop back onto your jet-ski, giving your partner the chance to drive and enjoy the views as you head full throttle back to Costa Calma. This thrilling, hour-long jet-ski ride is a great way to mix adrenaline-pumping action with sightseeing.

Jet-ski – departure from Jandia

Marina & Market

Sailing, shopping and swimming are what this full day trip from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote is all about. And to top it all off, you’ll get to sail in a glass-bottomed catamaran, giving you a front row seat to the world under the waves. You’ll also have free time to explore the luxury boutiques of Marina Rubicon and swim in the remote Papagayo Bay.

After pick-up at your hotel, we’ll take you to Corralejo harbour to board a ferry for the leisurely crossing across the Bocayna Strait to Playa Blanca in Lanzarote. Here, you’ll have free time to explore the upscale shops of the beautiful Marina Rubicon. There’s also a lively market selling arts and crafts, and other local products.

Then we’ll board a glass-bottomed catamaran and enjoy a light lunch as we sail to Papagayo Bay in the southernmost tip of Lanzarote. This sheltered cove boasts fine golden sand and is an ideal spot to chill and swim before sailing back to Fuerteventura on the ferry.

Marina & Market

Freebird Catamaran

The volcanic outpost of Lobos Island juts out of the aquamarine Atlantic, just north of Corralejo. With just a few fishermen’s shacks and no hotels or cars, it is a supremely relaxing spot – all the more so from the sun-drenched deck of a catamaran.

Lobos was named by 15th-century explorers after the colony of seals that used to inhabit its rocky shores. They may be long gone but the island is still famed for the sanctuary that it affords to the hardy flora and fauna on its lava-scarred landscapes and tropical shoreline.

You’ll drop anchor at one of its deserted coves that are pocketed in its unspoilt coastline. This trip is all about relaxing – it’s entirely up to you to decide what you want to do when the boat pulls up. Chill out on the comfy deck, hop into the crystal-clear waters to explore the marine life by snorkel or just kick back, and top up your tan. A lovely morning away from it all.

Freebird Catamaran

Private Tour

With the flexibility to go wherever your nose takes you, this private tour of Fuerteventura lets you explore as you wish. Choose between a full day or a half day version, and your own driver guide will take you wherever you want in Fuerteventura – the route and stops are all your own choice.

Whether you want to discover the dunes of Corralejo Natural Park, the beaches of Jandia or faraway villages, you get to plan your route and stops with your guide. The private minivan can seat up to eight passengers, so you’ll be able to strike out with friends or family.

What’s more, your driver doubles up as a guide, so they’ll fill you in on history and anecdotes of the places you visit. You could also schedule in some beach stops, shopping time and even a lunch stop where your guide will recommend some places to go. You’ll have complete freedom to sightsee your way.

Private Tour

Libertad VIP boat trip

You get to call all the shots on this VIP excursion. With your own private boat and captain to take you wherever you want, you’ll have three whole hours of sailing, sunbathing and swimming. Explore Fuerteventura’s Jandia coastline while keeping your own itinerary, and hit the open bar while on board.

You’ll be picked up from your hotel and taken to the boat, a Quicksilver 7’55 Weekend, where it’s then up to you where you go. You can head out as far as you want, or skirt near the coast, choose where you anchor up for a swim and whether you go east or west – your wish is your captain’s command.

To complete your VIP experience, there’ll be an open bar with cava, beer and soft drinks as well as a few snacks, a sundeck, snorkelling equipment and a WC on board. Enjoy designing your own itinerary without the worry of navigating the way.

Libertad VIP boat trip

Walking Ajuy

All the things that make the western highlands of Fuerteventura so special come together in this hike. Starting out at Vega de Rio Palmas, your guide will lead you through one of the island’s greener corners to the fishing village of Ajuy. The area’s remoteness lends the excursion a Wild West feel.

You’ll head by minibus to the hamlet of Vega de Rio Palmas. From here, you’ll set out by foot, crisscrossing valleys towards the hermitage of La Peña. The ample vegetation is why locals know the area as the ‘oasis of Fuerteventura’. Continue a trail along a gorge towards the coast and wave-washed Ajuy, the only village for miles around.

Ajuy is famed for its sea caves, which you’ll be able to explore along with its black volcanic beaches. Rounding off the walk is a picnic lunch. Hiking time is about five hours. A great opportunity to discover the fauna and flora of Fuerteventura with an expert guide.

Walking Ajuy

Lanzarote Volcano Tour

Were the sky not blue in Lanzarote, you’d think you were on the Moon or Mars. They’re both a bit far away but Lanzarote is just 30 minutes by boat from Fuerteventura, which is a short time to travel for an otherworldly experience. You’ll visit Timanfaya National Park, El Golfo and a winery – all in one day.

After an early pick-up, we’ll go to the port to board the ferry to Playa Blanca. The action starts straight away with a visit to Timanfaya National Park, which is home to a third of the island’s 100 volcanoes. Admire eerie landscapes of fantastic forms in shades maroon, red, grey and black. You’ll also be treated to a few party tricks courtesy of the geothermic earth below you.

On the park’s coastal edge, head to El Golfo to see the green lagoon at the back of a black beach and the nearby Hervideros cliffs. They were formed by molten lava pouring into the sea. There’s a stop to learn all about the benefits of aloe vera. Rounding off the day is a wine tasting in La Geria.

Lanzarote Volcano Tour

Corralejo Canarian Market only from Caleta

Everything is a celebration in Fuerteventura – even shopping. A visit to the Canarian Market in Corralejo is a real fiesta. We’ll pick you up in Costa Caleta and drop you off at El Campanario Shopping Centre. As well as the usual shops, there are stalls selling typical – and very tempting – Canarian products, and a live band playing local tunes.

Corralejo is the hub of the north. Pastel-coloured homes line the seafront and fishing boats dot the beaches. And just a block away from one of the beaches is El Campanario. Designed like an old colonial village, it’s one of the most atmospheric shopping experiences in the Canaries. Browse the handmade arts and crafts on sale, or try your hand at haggling if you’re bold enough.

You’ll then have free time to explore Corralejo at your own pace. Watch the surfers as you stroll along the beach or fishermen bring in their haul at the harbour. And if you’re feeling peckish, you can tuck into the catch of the day in one of the many seafood restaurants.

Corralejo Canarian Market only from Caleta

Segway

The two-wheeled Segway revolution has come to Fuerteventura. Sightseeing has never been more fun – and easier. Once you get the hang of it, the only way is forward. This Segway tours follow the coastal road and promenades on the shorter routes and inland villages on the longer routes.

After pick-up at your hotel, you’ll be brought to the tour’s starting point for instruction on how to use your Segway Personal Transporter. Once you’re ready, the two-wheeled adventure rolls along promenades or tracks with some great views.

Segways are really easy to ride – sophisticated tilt sensors know when you are leaning forward, just like your brain does. A great way to explore Fuerteventura. There are five routes from different locations on the island – Fit for Fun 1-hour tour, North Shore 1.5-hour tour, Beach + Sun 2-hour tour, La Pared 2.5-hour tour, Las Salinas 2.5-hour tour and Tiscamanita half-day tour.

Segway

Lobos Pirate Adventure

The Cap’n and his merry crew have hidden their loot on Lobos Island – now you and the kids have to find it before the Cap’n can. This treasure hunt in the uninhabited volcanic island lying to the north of Fuerteventura is all about fun and games – with a pirate twist.

You’ll climb aboard the glass-bottomed Celia Cruz in Corralejo, from where we’ll glide over to Lobos Island. Once you’ve reached land, the adventure begins in earnest as a friendly pirate will use a map to guide the kids to the whereabouts of the hidden treasure. There’ll also be lots of games to play on the beach.

It’s up to smallest family members to hunt down the treasure with their new pirate friends and complete all the games while you sit back and take in the scenery. A beach picnic of a sandwich, fruit and drink is included, and there’ll also be free time to swim and sunbathe, and check out the island. A great morning out for the whole family.

Lobos Pirate Adventure

Corralejo Express

The hub of the north, Corralejo is one of the most exciting spots in Fuerteventura. Whether it’s shopping, socialising or sightseeing, it’s a hive of activity. And if you’re based in the south of the island, there’s no better way to discover the town than with the Corralejo Express bus. You’ll be dropped off at the harbour and will then be free to explore at your own pace.

Pastel-coloured homes line the seafront and fishing boats dot the beaches. And just a block away, you’ll find some of the best shopping in all of Fuerteventura, with plenty of handmade arts and crafts on sale. Just outside the town, you’ll be able to check out the vast expanses of the Corralejo sand dunes – a natural reserve with 9km of coastline.

Watch the surfers as you stroll along the beach or fishermen bring in their haul at the harbour. Or maybe tuck into the catch of the day in one of the many seafood restaurants and enjoy the views of Lobos Island and Lanzarote in the Bocayna Strait.

Corralejo Express

Jandia Express

  • Transfer to Jandia
  • Free time to sunbathe and explore
  • Express bus service

Jandia Express

E-Bike Adventure

Discover Fuerteventura’s natural beauty spots on a relaxing e-bike tour. With four routes to choose from, your e-bike can be used like any other bike or at the flick of a switch, can help you to get up those steep bits.

On the easy tour from the north, you’ll pass ancient volcanic craters before a pit-stop at a local bar in Lajares. Take the advanced route from the north and you’ll travel the dusty, desert roads towards El Cotillo lagoon. And on both trips you’ll get to visit Calderon Hondo crater and take a well-earned swim stop too.

From the south, you can take the Costa Calma tour – a journey from east to west, over lunar landscapes and desert scenery, across the narrowest part of the island. Or, from the centre of the island, there is also the Caleta tour which takes in the Las Salinas coastline and then inland around the lunar landscapes as far as Puerto de la Torre. To finish, there is the option of a swim stop or to take a refreshing drink in a local bar.

E-Bike Adventure

Lanzarote Express

If you’re itching to explore another of the Canary Islands while you’re in Fuerteventura, then this easy trip to Lanzarote will see you hopping there and back in a day. You’ll catch the ferry over from Corralejo and dock in Playa Blanca, where it’s up to you how you spend your time until the return ferry late in the afternoon.

The ferry will leave mid-morning for a quick 45-minute crossing to the volcanic lands of Lanzarote. Once you’ve stepped on to its shores, you’ll have about five hours to explore, see and do as you wish. Playa Blanca’s got a whole host of shops, bars and seafood restaurants lining the promenade, which are perfect for a spot of lunch.

There are also three beaches – two of which are Blue Flag winners, so you’re guaranteed great sunbathing conditions. Alternatively, head out of town to see Los Hervideros, a string of wind and wave-battered volcanic cliffs, and one of Lanzarote’s top attractions. Catch the ferry back in the late afternoon, and you’ll be in Corralejo in time for a pre-dinner cocktail.

Lanzarote Express

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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