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White Villages - From Seville to Granada (Self Drive)

11 to 16+ Nights from $1,596*
* This sample price: priced within the past 7 days for arrival on 8/16/2024. Choose your own arrival dates.

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This 11 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 3 nights in Seville
  • Rental Car for 9 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Ronda
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Antequera
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Las Alpujarras
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Granada
  • Driving Time
    Seville - Ronda: 1 hr. 40 mins. approx.
    Ronda - Antequera: 1 hr. 15 mins. approx.
    Antequera - Las Alpujarras: 2 hrs. 25 mins. approx.
    Las Alpujarras - Granada: 1 hr. 40 mins. approx.

Enjoy Spain, with a Road Trip along Andalucia's Pueblos Blancos. Start with a visit to imperial Seville (famous worldwide for its culture, monuments, flamenco dance and artistic heritage); then, drive to impressive Ronda (situated along a gorge in a mountainous area); and from there, continue for a stay in the historical Antequera; then, Las Alpujarras (ideal for walking and hiking enthusiasts); and finally, visit Granada (the city with rich history and inspiring monuments, like the famous ALHAMBRA). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Seville

  • Ronda

  • Antequera

  • Las Alpujarras

  • Granada

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Trip Summary

  • Seville

    Seville is the largest town in the famous Southern province of Andalusia, best known for the impressive Cathedral with its Giralda tower, as well as the Alcazar, which also serves as a visiting residence for the Spanish Royal family. Seville seems to move at half the pace of a normal major city, creating a relaxing and even small-town atmosphere that complements the sevillano way of savoring every moment of life, bite of food and sip of drink. Don't forget your dancing shoes, because from the moment the sun goes down right up until it comes up again, the bars and clubs of Seville's nightlife are brimming with festive people, great music, lively conversation and unrivaled excitement. Visit Cathedral & Giralda, Royal Alcazar, Gold Tower, Barrio Santa Cruz, Archivo de las Indias, Maria Luisa Park, Triana, Fine Arts Museum, Flamenco and so much more.

  • Ronda

    Ronda is the largest and most famous of the pueblos blancos, with its historic bullring, magnificent views over the deep gorge gashing through the town.The city is situated in a very mountainous area about 2,460 ft above sea level. The Guadalevin River runs through the city, dividing it in two and carving out the steep, 300 plus feet deep El Tajo canyon upon which the city perches. 3 bridges, Puente Romano, Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo, span the canyon. The Puente Nuevo is the tallest of the bridges, towering 390 ft above the canyon floor. All three serve as some of the city’s most impressive features. In a much-photographed stunning position on the top of the sheer-sided Tajo gorge, Ronda is remarkably appealing with a beautifully preserved old town and many great bars and restaurants. Visit The Historic Quarter, the Bullring, beautiful views, visit nearby villages Distances: Seville - 80 miles; Arcos de la Frontera - 54 miles; Malaga (Costa del Sol) - 63 miles

  • Antequera

    A visit to this historical Andalucian town is a journey almost 5,000 years back in time, beginning with the Bronze Age and the native Iberians. The timeline is there to be followed in this fascinating city`s profusion of burial mounds, dolmens, Roman baths, a Moorish Castle, Gothic churches, Renaissance fountains and baroque bell towers. The first sighting of Antequera in the distance is that of a typical medieval town, with the spires of her many churches and the walls and towers of the great Moorish fortress silhouetted against the sky. Spread out in the valley below lie rich farmlands irrigated by the Guadalhorce River. For centuries this has been one of Andalucía`s most fertile areas, and is currently a leading producer of asparagus, cereals and olives. In summer, its fields turn brilliant yellow with sunflowers.

    Recommended Stay: 2 nights Must See`s: Roman Baths, the Arch of the Giants, the Bullring, the Cueva de la Menga Distances: Ronda - 55 miles, Malaga (Costa del Sol) - 37 miles, Granada - 63 miles, Seville - 99 miles

  • Las Alpujarras

    Southeast of Granada city, nestling in the foothills of the mighty snow-capped Sierra Nevada, is a chain of ancient villages, with their distinctive Berber architecture of flat, clay-roofed houses, known as the Alpujarras. These 50 or so villages are surrounded by terraced farmland and lush vegetation that is irrigated with the melting snows from the mountains towering above it. There are many superb walks linking all these villages, as well as horse riding, cycling and loads of opportunities for wildlife watching. Recommended Stay: 2 nights Must See`s: Quaint Villages, Beautiful Views, Great Hikes and food

  • Granada

    Granada is a jewel standing at the foot of Spain's highest mountains, the Sierra Nevada. Like many others, this city bears the marks of Roman, Moorish, and Jewish influences. The universally famed Alhambra, a complex of palaces and gardens built under the Nazari Dynasty, overlooks the city. Notably, Isabel and Ferdinand lie buried inside the city's Cathedral. The famed "mudéjar" style of architecture can be spotted in the Monastery of La Cartuja and many other churches built by Moorish craftsmen. Visit The Alhambra, Generalize, Albaycin, Sacromonte, Cathedral, and Royal Chapel

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