Andalusia features some of the finest walking in Spain, being the most mountainous region of the entire country. Excellent climate, very diverse scenery between the Sierras of Grazalema or El Torcal and beautiful historic towns such as Ronda, Sevilla and Granada make a fabulous blend of elements for an unforgettable walking trip to the south of Spain.
Welcome to the South! Arrival and transfer to your hotel in Ronda.
In the morning we start with a warm up walk down into the stunning Tajo gorge. Later, we will visit the old town center.
We drive to Grazalema, one of the prettiest white villages in the Sierra. Then we walk through cork oak forest and across lime stone hills until reaching Benaocaz, another white village where the bus picks us up for the drive back to Ronda.
We drive into the nearby Sierra de las Nieves and walk though alpine landscape up to Torrecilla peak. At 1.919m it is the highest peak of this mountain range and allows spectaculars views across the Mediterranean and across the sea to Morocco. Later we transfer to Seville.
In the morning we visit the center of Seville by foot. Highlights include the Alcazar, Giralda and Barrio Santa Cruz. The afternoon is free for you to explore and in the evening we have the opportunity to see a Flamenco show.
We transfer to Granada for our next night stop. En route we stop near Antequera to explore the fascinating rock formations of El Torcal.
In the morning we visit the Alhambra – without a doubt Andalusia’s most fascinating monument and testament to Moorish splendor. After some free time in the afternoon, we recommend a wander through the small streets of the gypsy quarter, the ‘barrio Albaicin’.
We drive to the southern side of the Sierra Nevada, spending the day in the Alpujarras, a beautiful region dotted with white villages, uniquely reminiscent of Moorish times. After exploring Capileira village we take a walk into the gorge of the Poqueira river before later driving back to Granada.
Tour ends, transfer back to airport.