Day Tour to White Villages

Book today!

from 99.00 per person

Date

Time

Adults

Childs

Book today!

Please provide the following information to book a tour:

Total price

119

Your booking request has been sent!

If you do not receive confirmation via email, please check your spam folder.

Oops, something's not right. Please check the information you've provided.

World of Moorish charm

8 pax     10h    

Available in Spanish & English

Precio: from 99.00 €

Sierra de Cádiz, Cádiz's mountain range, is a "Comarca" (small county within the province with no administrative role) that has been declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO. It's made up by a total of 17 villages, heritage of the old Al-Andalus and famous for its produce and gastronomy, its castles and tales of bandits. The Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park is the rainiest place in Spain, It also hosts a great diversity of flora and fauna. This area, known for its local crafts, leather goods, olive oil production and the famous Andalusí sweets, is next to the Alcornocales Natural Park, one of Europe's wonders.

  • Expert multilingual driver
  • Private Vehicle (A/C, Radio and Heating)
  • Pick up and drop off in your Hotel
  • Best panoramic views !!
  • Panoramica visual de la ciudad en su totalidad
  • Local-style breakfast

The tour starts in: Plaza de España

Click on the map to activate navigation.

Planing de la visita

The car will pick you up from your hotel where we'll begin the journey to explore the Sierra de Cádiz and enjoy its landscapes. We'll start the day in El Bosque , a small village just at the bottom of the mountain with charming whitewashed houses where we'll get to have a local-style breakfast. From here we'll head towards Grazalema a picturesque town placed on the top of a mountain surrounded by gorgeous landscape to walk through its calm streets well known for its traditional crafts Here you'll have the opportunity to buy some local cheese and cured meats as they have some of the best in the region.

Our next stop will be Ubrique, a town known for its handicraft shops. Once there we'll try some local food and have a quick break before venturing into its streets with our guide and enjoy the stories.

On our way back we'll stop at Arcos de la Frontera , this town has been declared a national historic site to enjoy one of the most impressive lookout points of the province where, if we're lucky, we'll admire some birds of prey that often prowl the area. With this and a quick coffee, we'll conclude our visit and return to Cádiz after a splendid day full of stories to tell.

Meeting Point Plaza de España (Hotel pick-up / In front of the monument 1812)
1ª Stop El Bosque
2ª Stop Puerto del Boyar
3ª Stop Grazalema
4ª Stop Ubrique
5ª Stop Arcos de la frontera
6ª Stop Panoramic of Cádiz