Sevilla and white villages of Andalusia

Trip description

Day 1 : Sevilla

Day 2 : Sevilla

Day 3 : Sevilla - White Villages

Day 4 : White Villages

Day 5 : Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas

Day 6 : Return


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Andalucia Aficion SL

6 days

From : €595*

Virginie Scamandro - Andalucia Aficion

Nestled between the regions of Seville and Malaga, the white villages, known as "Pueblos Blancos", represent the authentic Andalusia. Discover the heart of natural, gastronomic and artisanal Andalusia!

Day 1: Day 1 : Sevilla

Day 2: Day 2 : Sevilla

Day 3: Day 3 : Sevilla - White Villages

Day 4:

Day 5: Day 5 : Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas

Day 6: Day 6 : Return

Day 1 : Day 1 : Sevilla

Day1 : Day 1 : Sevilla ©andaluciaaficion

Arrival in Seville.
Private transfer from the airport to your hotel.
Standing on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville bears witness to its rich Arab past. The Andalusian capital offers a joie de vivre and liveliness in each of the streets and squares of its old town, which is home to an exciting collection of monuments listed as World Heritage sites and neighbourhoods with a deep popular flavour, such as Triana and La Macarena.
Check-in at your hotel in the centre of Seville.
Take advantage of your free time to explore the streets of the city and discover its historical treasures. Pass for example through the Santa Cruz district, known for its narrow and colourful streets. Formerly the Jewish quarter of Seville, it is now full of beautiful houses and wonderful flower-filled patios.
Free dinner in Seville.
Night at the hotel.

Day 2 : Day 2 : Sevilla

Day2 : Day 2 : Sevilla ©Pixabay

Breakfast at the hotel.
Guided tour of the Alcázar with English speaking guide. (Tickets included)

Discover the famous Alcázar of Seville with its rich decor inherited from the Arabs and its splendid patios and gardens.

Lunch at leisure.
Spend a quiet moment in the Maria Luisa Gardens. Located in front of the famous Plaza
de España, they offer a relaxing setting with a green feel. You will find English, French and Arabic gardens. These are a reminder of the city's historical influences.
Discover the Plaza de España to get a taste of Andalusian culture and history. This main square This main square of the city was created for the 1929 Universal Exhibition.

Flamenco show included. Enjoy an authentic flamenco show. Flamenco, an art born from the cultural mix of Andalusia between Moors, Christians, Jews and Gypsies, will transport you to the heart of Andalusian culture.
Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3 : Day 3 : Sevilla - White Villages

Day3 : Day 3 : Sevilla - White Villages ©andaluciaaficion

Breakfast at the hotel.
Drop off your luggage at the reception and enjoy a morning in Seville.
Visit to the Cathedral of Seville with audio guide. (Ticket included)
Pick up your rental car in the city centre of Seville.
Drive to Montellano and check-in at your hotel.

Andalusian Hotel 3*: Nestled at the entrance of the village of Montellano, the Andalusian Hotel offers an exceptional view of the surrounding landscape. Inside there is a patio and a typical Andalusian decoration. The hotel has a bar and a terrace with swimming pool.

You will be welcomed by Bertrand and Virginie, French people living in this village and passionate about Andalusia for many years. Welcome aperitif on the terrace of the Andalusian hotel with a member of Andalucia Aficion.
Free dinner in the village which is composed of about fifty bars and tapas bars, you will find restaurant recommendations in your travel guide.
Night at the hotel.

Day 4 :

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Breakfast at the hotel.
Drive to the White Village of Zahara de la Sierra (38 km). 

Zahara de la Sierra could be called "the lookout village", which is what distinguishes it from the rest. Its location on Mount Jaral, more than 500 metres above sea level, explains why a walk through the village reveals wonderful balconies with magnificent views of the Sierra de Cádiz and the beautiful lakes whose waters take on turquoise reflections under the brilliant.
Lunch at leisure, you will find our advice in your travel pack.

Road to Grazalema (21 km)
Discovery of this village whose tradition is the Toro à la corde during the popular village festival
every year in August. This tradition is beautifully represented by a large statue in the centre of the village. Take a stroll through Grazalema and don't hesitate to visit one of the cheese dairies for which the village is famous.

Return to Montellano (56 km)
Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 5 : Day 5 : Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas

Day5 : Day 5 : Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas ©Pixabay

Breakfast at the hotel 

Road to Ronda (68km)

Free visit of the city, its famous new bridge with the cliff of the Tajo, but also the bullring, one of the oldest in Spain, and the typical narrow streets with noble houses of the city. Ronda is breathtaking both for its landscape and its history. OPTIONAL ADDITIONAL: Private guided tour with an English speaking guide.

Lunch at your leisure, you will find restaurant suggestions in your travel guide. 

Road to Setenils de las Bodegas (24 km)
At an altitude of 640 metres, the centre of this municipality is embedded in the gorge formed by the river Trejo. And this is precisely what makes the village a very special place, as several streets shelter under the shadow of the rock, forming a curious scene. Discover the streets of Cuevas del Sol and Cuevas de la Sombra.

Return to Montellano. Free dinner.
Night at your hotel.

Day 6 : Day 6 : Return

Breakfast at the hotel. 

Drive to Seville airport. 

Return of your rental car. 

Return flight. End of our services.

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