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The Villages of Andalusia: Full-Day Trip from Seville

1. The Villages of Andalusia: Full-Day Trip from Seville

Escape the bustle of Seville and spend the day discovering the unique and charming villages of Andalusia and the stunning countryside that surrounds them. The spectacular route of this tour runs between Cádiz and Málaga, and encompasses as many as 3 villages and a beautiful Natural Park along the way. Spend the day admiring the unblemished, whitewashed facades of the Spanish villas against the lush greens of the surrounding forest and the bright blues of the clear skies. Venture into fairy tale villages for a beautiful leisurely journey through the unspoiled landscape and architecture. Admire spectacular views of the villages, and make sporadic breaks to taste some of the delicious traditional tapas and get acquainted with the culinary world of the Andalusian cuisine. The villages you will be visiting are Ronda, Grazalema, and Zahara. In Zahara you could also upgrade your day trip to include a visit to a charming olive oil mill and taste Spanish olive oil.

From Granada: Ronda Winery and Sightseeing Tour

2. From Granada: Ronda Winery and Sightseeing Tour

Discover one of the region's most important wineries on a minivan tour. Savor a wine tasting paired with a selection of local tapas to end your experience with a flourish. Enjoy free time in the historic city of Ronda. Starting from Granada, begin a 2-hour journey to the Ronda Winery region. Pass through some spectacular Andalusian countryside dotted with white Andalusian villages and a stunning landscape. Stroll through the vineyards where your guide will explain to you the important task of recuperating the lost grape varieties, as well the differences of the growing conditions according to the different altitudes and soil conditions. Finish with a wine tasting accompanied by a selection of tapas. Afterward, head to the town of Ronda where you will have two hours of free time to explore the city on your own. Get stunning views of the gorge and Puente nuevo (New bridge) on the walkway that leads around from the gorge.

Ronda from Seville: Full Day Private Tour

3. Ronda from Seville: Full Day Private Tour

The friendly and professional local guide will transport you to Ronda, one of the oldest towns in Spain with its origins in prehistory. Start your tour strolling through the 19th-century gardens in Alameda del Tajo from where you'll see simply breathtaking views. See the famous Plaza de Toros de Ronda unique in the world and recognized as one of the oldest and most monumental bullrings made of stone. After learning firsthand everything behind the stage, you will have the chance to take photos from the center of the bullring. But this is not all, you will discover the real symbol of the city, the New Bridge which connects Ronda's old and new districts, from where you can enjoy the great view of the Tajo de Ronda, over 100 meters deep. Visit the most significant monuments of Ronda such as the famous and beautiful San Juan Bosco House, a modernist palace with a colonial style and inclusion of Nasridian decoration, whose views of the valley are simply stunning. The tour also includes the Old Bridge, Felipe V Gate Bridge and San Miguel, landscapes of extraordinary beauty, and the Church of Santa Maria, built on the old mosque and located in the historic center of the city. In Santa Maria admire the Mudejar Tower and the flirtatious 'Casita de la Torre,' a blend of Christian Arab, late Gothic and Renaissance characteristics, the most representative building of religious architecture in Ronda. You will finish learning 6000 years of history in 12 thematic halls through your senses in the Museum of the Wine of Ronda, where you will enjoy a guided tour of the Sangre de Ronda Wineries with a tasting of local wines. Afterwards, have free time in Ronda to explore the soul of this city on your own before returning to Seville.

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Wow, what an amazing experience! We were lucky enough to have Carlos (and his friend Sebastian) all to ourselves for a day trip out to the white villages. Sebastian is hopefully going to be hired on as a guide, as well, and was in training (please hire him, GetYourGuide!) Touring with these guys was like visiting old friends who show you around the best places, and keep you laughing with their anecdotes. Carlos is the man! He was the perfect balance of information, giving you a little space to explore on your own, and keeping it moving. We ran into him the day after our tour in Granada, and are happy to say we made a great friend. Hola to our amigo Carlos!

Very thoughtful guide Alba, and driver (Alba’s father) Luis, made our day trip to the Andalusia White Villages and Rhonda a fantastic tour. They intentionally altered our schedule having researched when it would rain today, so that we never got wet as we were indoors having lunch then just driving back to Seville when the rain started. Alba also helped take nice photos for us. Made it more like a cost outing with a new knowledgeable friend, than with a tour guide.

We had a great day and stopped a few places along the way. We visited 3 towns and took the long windy mountain roads to see spectacular scenery. We were luck to have such great weather, so we were able to walk all three towns and visit some shops, stop for coffee, and have lunch out. Thanks again for this great visit. Kathy and Mike

Best guide ever

Definitely the best guide I have ever met in Europe, good English, really cares, worried abt everything, local, knowledgeable, super good tour

Complete, fun, daring ride, great experience

the tour was all that was described. Would use your group again