White Villages Guided Day Tour From Seville

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Discover the white villages of Andalucia, visiting Zahara de la Sierra, Grazalema and Ronda, join this tour where you will enjoy beautiful towns and stunning landscapes around one of the most beautiful natural parks in southern Spain.


  • Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
  • Get inside tips from a local
  • Hotel pickup included
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Small-group tour

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Begin your journey driving through the Sevillian countryside, surrounded by wheat and beautiful sunflowers fields. Here you will stop at The Castle of "Las Aguzaderas", an interesting medieval building located at the old border among Catholic kingdom and Moorish kingdom. Then continue through the mountains stopping at the picturesque white village of Zahara de la Sierra, located at the top of a steep hill Zahara is famous for its views and history. Here you will have time to walk around the town, have a coffee and visit a small olive oil factory which makes one of the best olive oil in Andalusia.

On the way to Grazalema you will drive through the Natural Park "Sierra de Grazalema". You will enjoy a range of amazing landscapes and views over the provinces of Cdiz, Mlaga and Seville, from "Puerto de las Palomas" which is 1157 metters above sea level. You will also get the chance to witness the wildlife in their 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 the pittoresque white houses decorated with 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 present day locals still work with its cattle (Iberian pigs, goats and cows), to extract honey, cork, aromatic spices or wood.

After an exciting morning, you will reach Ronda, one of the oldest towns in Spain. Ronda its unique for its surrounding nature and history. It is built on two separate cliffs. The town is connected by the most famous bridge in Spain, known as "The New Bridge" even though it was built in 18th century. In Ronda your tour guide will take you around the city and tell you about the rich history city holds. After which you will have free time to explore the towns beauty.

Conclude your tour back in Seville!

Inclusions for White Villages Guided Day Tour From Seville

  • Driver/guide
  • Professional guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Walking tour
  • Round-trip shared transfer

Exclusions for White Villages Guided Day Tour From Seville

  • Food and drinks

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking

Cancellation Policy
  • If you cancel within 3 calendar days (72 hours) of the scheduled departure time, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel between 4 to 7 Calendar days before scheduled tour departure,the cancellation charge will be 50% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel at least 8 calendar days in advance of the scheduled departure time, there is no cancellation fee. You will receive Full Refund for the paid amount.
  • Please note that in case of No show, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the listed tour fare.
  • Please note tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

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  • A full day driving in a mini van around the mountainous area near Seville, occasionally stopping to take in the spectacular views and the quaint little towns with their traditional white buildings. Some unexpected extras included a brief visit to an olive oil factory and a significant amount of time at the end of the day to spend as you wish in tourist magnet town Ronda. If the road conditions are suitable - as they were when I was on this tour - you can see Ronda's postcard style view while looking up at it from the valley below. Lunch is at your own expense at a slow pace in one of the other villages. Drawbacks include: many twisting/winding roads and a potentially overcrowded mini van. Guide was very friendly and his accent not too extreme.

  • This was an excellent, informative tour with choice of sights, right amount of time allotted at the sights. There were a total of six guests in a comfortable van and our driver/guide, whose name I do not remember was amazing.

  • Great time with amazing olive tasting experience and tour in Ronda.

  • This was an excellent tour. Our guide Guido was friendly, engaging and highly knowledgeable. He was both driver and guide and did a great job for a very full day of sight-seeing. All sites we visited were fascinating and Guido kept everyone interested and took us to an excellent place for lunch. We had the right balance of free time. The only downside was we somehow gained an extra passenger who should have been in a different tour so 2 of our group had to sit up front and they were a bit squashed - this was not Guido's fault.

  • This tour would have been better if less time was spent at Zahara and the olive oil farm and more at Ronda. It was a public holiday which meant the restaurant we had lunch at was busy but it still took too long to be served and when we asked about using a toilet the waiter waived us away.

  • We are so glad we added this tour to our itinerary in Seville! The villages of Zahara and Grazalema were charming and the visit to Ronda was magical! Our tour guide was Aurora and while she was clearly very experienced and knowledgeable it was quite difficult to understand her when she was using the bus microphone. Those of us seated in the back of the bus complained that we could not hear but she didn't make much of an effort to speak louder so unfortunately we missed out on much of what she said. Overall I would highly recommend this tour!

  • We signed up for an English speaking tour, we had a guide that French was his first language, Spanish second and English third. His English was not that good mostly because he mumbled his words. They bundled us with 2 couples that were Spanish speaking so unless it takes longer to explain something in Spanish the talks he gave were longer in Spanish. Many of us told him we had a hard time hearing him 10 rows back but it never improved. I could hear and see that he was explaining things off mike to the people that got lucky and sat in the front of the bus. I am sure their review will be much more complementary. When we got to Ronda we were told he couldn't join us or he would be fined. I am of the understanding that only guides that live in Ronda can give Ronda tours and this started one year ago. So why did the company not hire someone to take his place? I asked him where to find the beginning of the hike down of the canyon so I could at least do part of it. I had 90 minutes. He told to walk to the bridge and it was right there and would be quite obvious. After a bit I figured out it was way on the other side of the bridge and the walk down which I paid for was to a silly visual demo of the bridge area. When I got back I asked him about it and basically he didn't want us walking down since he didn't feel we had enough time. My decision not his. He lost people twice on the trip because he didn't explain where we were to go and never used any kind of umbrella or pole so people could follow him easier in a crowd. I was not one of the people to get lost. Once in the bus getting off at Ronda and the other in the small town we first stopped in where their was birds of prey at the top of the hill. When he was told by one couple, that got lost, he didn't do a good job of explaining, ect he made some kind of smug comment about how people just don't pay attention. It was a waste of money for us. I have been on a few other tours with your company on this visit and was pleased. Will review them also. I don't wish to put a name in here but if you wish to contact me later, I will tell you the guides name or you may have it since you know when I took the tour.

  • Our guide, Aurora, was knowledgeable and entertaining. Even though the day started out rainy, Aurora was positive and encouraging. At the village of Zahara de la Sierra our group stopped at a small café for a snack and hot drink. Many of us walked across the street and made an unplanned umbrella purchase much to the delight of the shop keeper. We walked through the lovely village which was quiet with very few people out and about, possibly due to the morning showers. By mid-morning the rain disappeared so we were really able to better enjoy the other village and Ronda. We had lunch in the next village, Grazalema, and had time to walk around and take photos. Ronda was the last stop. Here we viewed the awesome New Bridge which was built in the 18th century and explored on our own.

  • Wonderful way to see three white villages Zahara, Grazalema, Rhonda without the hassles of driving oneself. Guide was excellent in keeping group together and on time even though itwas a large group this time.

  • This was a great way to see the Spanish country side. The small quaint white villages are a must see in any trip to Spain. Our visit to Zaraha happened to have a annual festival going on and that was a treat. The views from Ronda are spectacular and amazing. Just wished we would have had more time. Felt a little rushed.

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