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Local tours

  • Destino Sierra de Grazalema - Excursiones a Ronda
  • Destino Sierra de Grazalema - Excursiones a Ronda
  • Destino Sierra de Grazalema - Excursiones al Pantano
  • Destino Sierra de Grazalema - Excursiones a arcos de la Frontera
  • Destino Sierra de Grazalema - Excursiones a Jerez
  • Destino Sierra de Grazalema - Excursiones a Cádiz
  • Destino Sierra de Grazalema - Excursiones a Sevilla
  • Destino Sierra de Grazalema - Excursiones a Granada

From our hotel in the Sierra de Grazalema National Park you’re ideally placed to explore southern Spain’s unique towns and cities.

Ronda: 20 minutes

Ronda is one of the prettiest towns in Andalucia, perched above the El Tajo canyon. Popular things to do and see in Ronda include:

  • Puerto Nuevo, the imposing bridge spanning the gorge
  • Taking a horse-drawn carriage ride through its old streets
  • The Old Quarter, full of narrow, twisting streets and its Moorish palace
  • Acinipo, a Roman town 20km outside Ronda

Ascari Racetrack: 30 minutes

The Ascari track just outside Ronda is must-visit for Formula One fans. Racing experience days are available where you can drive race cars around the circuit.

Zahara de la Sierra: 35 minutes

Zahara de la Sierra is a typical ‘white town’ nestled in the Sierra Mountains, overlooking a valley and lake. Popular things to do in the town include:

  • The artificial beach in a riverside beauty spot
  • Canoeing in the river
  • Visiting during the Corpus Christi festival, when its streets are decorated with flowers

Arcos de la Frontera

Arcos de la Frontera is one of the most outstanding ‘White Towns’, a series of villages in the Andalucian countryside. It’s well known for:

  • The many arches found in its buildings, which give the town its name
  • Whitewashed streets adorned with flowers
  • 15th century castle

Jerez: 1 hour 30 minutes

Jerez is the birthplace of flamenco and is also famous for its sherry. Must-do things include:

  • Touring Jerez’s wine and sherry cellars
  • Seeing the horses at the Royal Andulucian School of Equestrian Art
  • Archaeological Museum

Cádiz: 1 hour 50 minutes

Cádiz is a charming town, fondly called ‘La tacita de plata’ or ‘The little silver tea-cup’. Tourists are spoilt for choice, with options including:

  • The Teatro Falla, home of the carnival competitions
  • Plaza San Antonio, a magnificent 19th century square
  • The baroque cathedral
  • A Roman theatre

Seville: 1 hour 50 minutes

Seville is a captivating city full of interesting places to explore, reflecting its rich history. Popular attractions include:

  • Historic buildings, including the old watchtower, cathedral and town hall
  • The Alcazar, a medieval palace and UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Outstanding museums and art galleries
  • Beautiful gardens, included those developed for the 92 Expo
  • The tree-top adventure park ‘El Bosque Suspendido’

Granada: 2 hours 40 minutes

Granada is a unique city with ancient roots and is home to the Alhambra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Spain’s most visited tourist attractions. Other highlights include:

  • The cathedral, built over a medieval mosque
  • Albayzìn historical quarter
  • Sacromonte area, known for its whitewashed caves and flamenco performances