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Gibraltar and Bolonia Day Trip from Cádiz
"Gibraltar is a British overseas territory under United Kingdom administration but claimed by the Kingdom of Spain. Gibraltar macaque (also known as ""Barbary ape"") was probably introduced by the Arabs from North Africa and is the only wild primate that they usually are agglomerated in the area of the protected area of the Rock. A superstition holds that if the monkeys leave the Rock so will the British so they are maintained by the local government.Bolonia beach is considered one of the five most beautiful beaches in Spain its main attraction is its dune. With over 30 metres high and 200 metres wide the Bolonia's dune and stands out within the huge system of dunes to which it belongs. Located in the Bolonia Inlet
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Gibraltar and Bolonia Day Trip from Cádiz
"Gibraltar is a British overseas territory under United Kingdom administration but claimed by the Kingdom of Spain. Gibraltar macaque (also known as ""Barbary ape"") was probably introduced by the Arabs from North Africa and is the only wild primate that they usually are agglomerated in the area of the protected area of the Rock. A superstition holds that if the monkeys leave the Rock so will the British so they are maintained by the local government.Bolonia beach is considered one of the five most beautiful beaches in Spain its main attraction is its dune. With over 30 metres high and 200 metres wide the Bolonia's dune and stands out within the huge system of dunes to which it belongs. Located in the Bolonia Inlet
From EUR138.00
 
Cadiz Shore Excursion: The White Washed Villages Private Tour
"Meet your guide and your driver close to the port gate and board your A/C minicoach. As you exit the historical centre your guide will introduce you to the history of Cadiz one of the oldest inhabited cities in Western Europe.As you reach the gateway of the White Washed Villages Route the beauty of the landscape where olive trees and sunflower fields blend harmoniously will charm you. Perched on a hill 200 metres above sea level Arcos de la Frontera stretches majestically over the Guadalete valley. It has been inhabited since prehistorical times. Your friendly guide will take you around the historical centre (declared World Historical Site) where the maze-like narrow str ancient archways and breath-taking views will enchant you. Some of the sights you will see include Los Duques Castle (15th century) the Matrera Gateway (11th century) 
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More Things to Do in Bolonia

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roman ruins

The prosperous roman city "Baelo Claudia" was discovered here in 1917. You can walk through the ruins and read the story of this town. The roman empire decline, the frequent invasion from south and a...
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wild beach

Although Bolonia is evenly famous for the roman ruins, I found its wild dune-beach really wonderful. On the far end of the beach the dunes climb on the hill giving a great view to you walking along...
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Ride to Bolonia

Ride to Bolonia - along a sandy beach or through the pine forest to the bay of Bolonia, a small fishing village and the famous archaelogical site of an ancient roman village. Here your horse can take...
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A ride to the windmills

A ride to the windmills - like mountain goats the horses climb up stony pathes to the hills top , where you are compensated for the effort by a breathtaking view over Tarifa and as far as Marroco....
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Andalusian Horses

Spend some time with the famous andalusian horses roaming the beautiful surroundings of Tarifa. Under professional guidance you can gallop through the ocean breakers or, like John Wayne, ride among...
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The Museum

There is a little (tiny) museum inside the archeological place where you can see some findings, aerial views and explanations about life in Bolonia in those days.There is a new museum being built now...
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The Theatre

You can visit a medium size theatre here. The presence of a theatre indicates a certain status of Baelo Claudia, as only important villages had one. You can't climb up the stairs, but you can have a...
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The roman streets

You can still see here clearly the paved streets with big flat stones, very well preserved in spite of the years.There was a long roman "highway between Rome and Cadiz all along the coast in those...
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The ruins

The ruins are open all year long from 10am. You can see the Forum, ruins of 3 temples, the theatre, the fish factory and some houses ruins. There is a little museum too.Entrance is free for European...
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The Forum

The forum was the core of the roman city. It was the main square where the religious and administrative buildings were, and a meeting point for the social main characters.
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SirRichard

"Dunes and roman ruins"
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venteeocho

"Bolonia, a beautiful little town"
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Carmela71

"Bolonia Beach and ruins"
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annebeth

"Bolonia - Old Roman City"
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"Ruined Roman City set in a Spectacular Bay"
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