Follow in Columbus’ footsteps on this excursion, which kicks off at the place where the world-famous explorer sailed from in 1492, on his way to the Indies. He and his crew left the monumental complex of La Rábida behind, which is still home to the Franciscan monastery where the Admiral sheltered with monks before his journey. After checking the monastery out, you’ll head to the Wharf of the Carabelas, a 11,500-square-metre museum where you’ll clock all sorts of Columbus-related treasures. The big highlight, though, is replicas of the explorer’s ships, the Nina and the Pinta, which were built in 1992 to celebrate the fifth centenary of the discovery of America.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.