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From Seville: Pueblos Blancos and Ronda Full-Day Trip

1. From Seville: Pueblos Blancos and Ronda Full-Day Trip

Experience the best that the Sevillan province has to offer with a guided tour of the countryside and stops in the quaint towns of Zahara de la Sierra, Grazalema, and Ronda. Visit picturesque white villages, an olive oil factory, local castles, and cliff tops. Starting in Seville, cross the Andalusian countryside to get to Zahara de la Sierra, passing the Aguzaderas Castle. Explore the town of Zahara de la Sierra town, a picturesque, whitewashed village hidden in the mountains.  Next, stop at an olive oil factory on your way to Grazalema. The Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park is home to a range of beautiful landscapes that are perfect for enjoying a leisurely drive. Watch Griffon vultures circling the mountains as you pass the largest colony of Griffon vultures in Spain.  Stop for lunch in Grazalema, surrounded by the classic local white houses adorned with colorful flowers. On the way to Ronda, pass through a Mediterranean forest that serves as an essential source of honey, cork, aromatic spices, and wood. See locals working with cattle, Iberian pigs, and goats. Ronda is one of the oldest towns in Spain and was built on two separate cliffs connected by Spain's most famous bridge, the New Bridge, which was built in the 18th century. Tour Ronda with your guide and take time to explore the town on your own as well.

From Seville: White Villages and Ronda Tour

2. From Seville: White Villages and Ronda Tour

Visit Zahara de la Sierra, Ronda, and Grazalema on a guided from Seville. Admire the views of the typical white villages of Andalusia, visit an oil factory and explore Ronda which is the capital of the Serrania region in Málaga. First stop is Zahara de la Sierra, a town of Nasrid origin. Then visit one of the most significant white villages in Andalusia, Grazalema, which gives name to the sierra itself. Visitors will enjoy this beautiful town and its stunning views of the mountains. In Grazalema, take a break to enjoy its cuisine in one of its typical bars or enjoy the atmosphere of this charming town. The final stop is in Ronda, one of Spain’s oldest cities that is known for its tajo, a gorge that divides the city in two. Admire the great arches of this ancient place. Enjoy a walk along the streets of Ronda, in the footsteps of writers such as García Lorca and Ernest Hemingway.<

From Seville: White Villages and Ronda Full-Day Trip

3. From Seville: White Villages and Ronda Full-Day Trip

Discover Ronda's most intriguing sights such as the New Bridge. Learn about one of Spain's largest exports on a tour of an olive oil mill. First, visit an olive mill and discover the secrets of olive oil production. Enjoy a small tasting of extra-virgin olive oil. Next, your local tour guide will accompany you to Ronda, one of the oldest cities in Spain, with origins in prehistoric times. Walk through the 19th-century gardens in the Alameda del Tajo, whose views are simply breathtaking. Discover the New Bridge, which joins the old and new quarters of Ronda. Here, enjoy views of the Tajo de Ronda, which is over 100 meters deep.  See the Old Bridge, the Bridge of Felipe V and San Miguel, located in the historic center and built over the old mosque. Admire the Mudejar tower and Casita de la Torre, the pinnacle of Ronda's religious architecture. Explore Ronda at your leisure before returning to Seville.

Pueblos Blancos & Ronda: Private Full-Day Tour from Seville

4. Pueblos Blancos & Ronda: Private Full-Day Tour from Seville

You will depart from Seville to begin the journey, driving through the Sevillian countryside, surrounded by wheat and beautiful sunflower fields. You will stop at the 'Castle of Las Aguzaderas' - an interesting medieval building located at the old border among Catholic and Moorish kingdoms. Then, continue through the mountains stopping at Zahara de la Sierra, on the top of a steep hill. Zahara is famous for its views and history.  Here, you will have time to wander around, have a cup of coffee and visit a small olive oil factory which makes one of the best olive oils in the region. On the way to Grazalema, you will go through the Nature Park Sierra de Grazalema. You will see a range of amazing landscapes over the provinces of Cadiz, Malaga and Seville, from 'Puerto de las Palomas' which is 1157 meters above sea level. Also, you will get the chance to witness the wildlife in its natural habitat. These mountains are home to the largest colony of Griffon vultures in Spain. Once in Grazalema, there will be time to have a nice meal, surrounded by white houses and colorful flowers.     After lunch, you will leave Grazalema and head to Ronda. On the way you will cross a very beautiful Mediterranean forest full of cork trees and oaks where up to the present day, locals still work with cattle (Iberian pigs, goats and cows) and produce honey, cork, aromatic spices and wood. After an exciting morning, you will reach Ronda, one of the oldest towns in the country. Ronda is unique for its nature and history. It is built on two separate cliffs and the town is connected by a famous bridge, known as 'The New Bridge' despite the fact that it was built in the 18th century. In Ronda, you will have free time to explore the town's beauty.

Seville: White Villages & Ronda 2-Day Trip & Overnight Stay

5. Seville: White Villages & Ronda 2-Day Trip & Overnight Stay

Start your trip from Seville accompanied by your guide and head first to see the medieval Aguzaderas Castle in El Coronil, an ancient fortification belonging to the Islamic period on the Iberian Peninsula.   Continue onwards to visit the village of Zahara de la Sierra, one of the most picturesque white villages in the province of Cádiz, where you’ll enjoy a pleasant walking tour to see its narrow streets and awesome views of its natural surroundings. Next, visit an original oil mill where your guide will explain the traditional process making olive oil and you’ll also have the opportunity to enjoy a small tasting of the produce.   Then, drive through the wonderful landscape of Sierra de Grazalema, declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1977. Continue to the village of Grazalema where you’ll have a break for lunch to discover the local gastronomy followed by some free time to explore the small city and its characteristic white buildings.   Finally, drive through the mountains to reach the beautiful city of Ronda where the guide will show you the most important attractions of the town including the Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) and Alameda Gardens. At the end of the day, arrive at your 4-star hotel to rest and relax for the evening. The next day after breakfast, you can discover the city of Ronda by yourself before meeting the guide around 5:30 PM to return to Seville.

From Seville: Private Day Trip to Ronda and Granada

6. From Seville: Private Day Trip to Ronda and Granada

You will enjoy the views of the Sierra de Líbar in Ronda. Tour the city that attracted writers like Washington Irving and filmmakers like Orson Welles. In addition, you will see its incredible Tagus River, dominated by the majestic New Bridge. You will also visit another picturesque town, such as Zahara de la Sierra, an artisanal mill - if you wish, you can cross the Sierra de Grazalema, Setenil or stop at a nearby winery. The tour will end in the city of Granada, but as it is a customizable route, you also have the option of finishing it on the Costa del Sol. Enjoy this private and customizable day trip to Ronda and Granada from Seville.

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What people are saying about Zahara de la Sierra

I didn’t realize that I’d neglected to review our day trip to Ronda. We toured in October of 2019, completely unaware that the world was about to change, if not forever, then at least for a very long time. First, our guide (I forget his name but WOW was he amazing! Originally from Italy?His son still lived there? He had an apartment near a wonderful Italian restaurant in Seville? Sound familiar? If you’re reading this, THANK YOU for a wonderful carefree day and the many suggestions for restaurants and activities in Seville!). Our day included stopping at ancient ruins to explore, a coffee stop at a quaint little village, a stop at an amazing restaurant for lunch then arrival at Ronda. Our guide took our pictures at the iconic site below the bridge. We then explored the unforgettable town and cathedral. It was l lovely day. We saw a lot of the beautiful Spanish countryside. Our driver was conscientious about our safety and comfort. I highly recommend the private tour to Ronda.

Thank you Naturanda Turismo Ambiental for this tour. Luca was our guide. He made our trip an awesome trip with awesome experience sharing, illustrating history. He picked us up from our hotel. En route he stopped by beautiful castle called Casa Castillo de Las Aguzaderas. Visited the blossoming flower like village called Zahara and century old olive factory. Stopped by Grazalema and picturesque town of Ronda. We did some walking around the town after lunch. Luca was awesome to show city in different perspective and ingenious way. Both my wife and I enjoyed a lot and learnt a lot about the history of these place. Once again, we really appreciated this tour with Luca (from Naturanda Turismo Ambiental)! Thanking you once again.

We had a private tour with Alex and he was AWESOME! I need to come back sometime when the sunflowers are in bloom!