Take an in depth trip to the White Villages over 2 days and 1 night and enjoy the beauty of the city of Ronda. Travel quickly and comfortably accompanied by your own private guide.
Discover the most picturesque villages of the provinces of Seville, Cadiz, and Malaga and escape reality for these two days. The White Villages of El Coronil, Zahara de la Sierra and Grazalema await you.
Spend the night in the breathtaking city of Ronda and visit one of the many wineries where the famous Andalusian vines are produced.
|18 + years||18 – 25 years||4 – 17 years||0 – 3 years|
|179 €||169 €||169 €||Free|
Group Discounts: 10% (4-5 people), 15% (6-7 people) and 20% (8+people) They will be applied automatically.
*Students: From 18 to 25 years old with currently valid student card.
Start time: 9:00 in the morning.
Length: 2 days 1 night.
Meeting point: You can choose between three pick up points in the center of Seville:
A) The tourist office in calle Trajano, 6 (at 8:45 am) (View on map)
B) The Hotel Don Paco main door in Plaza Jerónimo de Córdoba, 4 (at 8:50 am) (View on map)
C) Av. Menendez Pelayo, 3 by the Cano y Cueto Parking P sign. (at 9:00 am) (View on map)
For any question contact us before booking. You will be in touch with your guide and able to communicate directly in case any problems occur.
The package includes: Private transport from Seville, travel insurance, official guide, tours ot El Coronil, Zahara de las Sierra, Grazalema, and the city of Ronda, a wine cellar tour on your second day, as well as accommodations in a three-starred hotel (including breakfast).
Not included: Meals and drinks (Except breakfast on the second day), but you are free to bring your own meals or eat at a local recommended restaurant.
Recommendations: Comfortable items of clothing, such as sport shoes, and a small provision of water for personal use are strongly recommended. Depending on the weather conditions, other complementary items such as a hat, sun cream, or an umbrella may be helpful.
Booking time limit: 24 hours in advance.
Cancelations: Free cancellation up to 48 hours in advance, 50% return for cancellations made between 48 and 24 hours beforehand, and 0% return for cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance.
Begin in Seville where you will be privately picked up and begin the trip at 9 in the morning.
Your first destination will be the town of El Coronil where you will make a brief visit to the Castillo de las Aguzaderas and learn about the most important strategic point of Andalusia.
Next you will make your way towards Zahara de la Sierra, one of the beautiful villages of Sierra de Cadiz, a city surrounded by olive trees. Take the opportunity to visit the old oil mills and learn about the process of making Andalusian liquid gold, the Olive Oil.
From Zahara de las Sierra you will continue towards Grazalema, a city known for its environmental richness as well has having the most rainfall in al of Spain. Surround yourself with nature and breath the fresh air of the Green Throat (Garganta Verde) and it’s fir forests.
Then you will stop for lunch and enjoy the food of the region and explore before you head to the monumental city of Ronda.
Walk along the Alameda as you pass through the Plaza de Toros de Ronda (Bullfighting Ring) and become impressed by the beauty as you reach the impressive Puente Nuevo where you can take the best pictures from a better view.
After you will be taken to your hotel where you can take a break and enjoy the rest of your afternoon at your own pace. You can wander the charming streets and find the best place for dinner.
The next morning, after enjoying breakfast, you will be taken on a tour of the wineries and learn the process of how the wine is made as well as taste them for yourself.
After the visit you will return to Ronda for lunch and enjoy the rest of your brief but beautiful time left in the city before returning to Seville at approximately 19:00 (7 p.m.).
You are invited to enjoy a beautiful day in the historic city of Carmona. Stroll through the romantic center and the emblematic monuments of the city, also known as the “Lucero de Europa.”
Andalusian cuisine would not be anything like what it is today without the historic inclusion of olive oil. Learn the process of production and how the oil has become a vital part of Spanish tradition.