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Sierra de Grazalema, Ronda

Local One Day Tours of Sierra de Grazalema, Ronda

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
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