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Visite d'une journée vers les villages blancs et Ronda depuis Séville

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Sevilla, Espagne

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10 heures  (environ)
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Proposé en : Français et 3 autres

Vue d'ensemble

Goûtez à la nourriture fascinante, aux paysages, à la faune et à l’histoire médiévale de l’Andalousie au cours de cette exploration de 10 heures de Ronda et de quelques-uns des petits villages de la région. Goûtez à l’huile d’olive à Zahara de la Sierra, puis profitez de la vue et recherchez les vautours à «Puerto de las Palomas». C’est terminé par une visite de la ville historique de Ronda, l’une des plus anciennes villes d’Espagne.
  • Visitez les villages blancs andalous et la ville historique de Ronda lors de cette excursion d'une journée depuis Séville
  • Voyagez à travers les charmants paysages de la campagne espagnole
  • Dégustez de l'huile d'olive et une vue imprenable à Zahara de la Sierra
  • Explorez Ronda, l'une des plus anciennes villes d'Espagne
  • Admirez les champs de blé et de tournesol et traversez des forêts de chênes-lièges
  • Transferts aller-retour à partir d'un point de rendez-vous central
  • Un excellent moyen d'explorer le charme décontracté de l'Espagne
Rencontrez votre guide à un point de rencontre central à Séville, après quoi vous traverserez un paysage saisissant de tournesols et de champs de blé en direction de «Las Aguzaderas», un château médiéval qui chevauchait autrefois à la frontière entre le royaume catholique d'Espagne et l'empire maure. .

Rendez-vous à Zahara de la Sierra, un "village blanc" pittoresque connu pour sa vue imprenable et sa riche histoire. Promenez-vous en ville et prenez un café avant de visiter une usine d'huile d'olive locale qui fait partie des meilleures de l'Andalousie.

Continuez ensuite vers Grazalema, en passant par le parc naturel «Sierra de la Grazalema». Depuis le "Puerto de las Palomas" situé à 1 157 mètres (3 795 pieds), vous pourrez admirer des vues de villes lointaines telles que Cadix et Malaga et rechercher les vautours fauves qui aiment flotter au-dessus de leurs têtes.

Arrivez à Grazalema et faites une pause pour un délicieux repas (à vos frais) entouré des charmantes maisons de la ville et de ses fleurs colorées. Après votre visite, dirigez-vous vers Ronda, l'une des plus anciennes villes d'Espagne, qui traverse une forêt pittoresque remplie de chênes-lièges et de chênes. Lorsque vous arrivez à Ronda, promenez-vous dans cette ville pittoresque située sur deux falaises spectaculaires et prenez du temps libre pour explorer des sites comme le célèbre «nouveau pont».

Vous serez déposés dans un lieu central de Séville à la fin de l’excursion.

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Interesting and worthwhile experience
Don C
, oct. 2019
Very enthusiastic guide. Route was well planned. Good to get away from the cities and see Spanish countryside. Grazalema (in a national park) is well worth the trip.
Felt cheated
Fearless261461
, oct. 2019
We were promised a round trip from Seville that would cover a visit to an olive farm, Zahara del Sierra and Grazelema and Ronda. We chose this trip because we wanted to visit the towns of Zahara and Grazalema. Else we would have travelled directly to Ronda by bus at a small fraction of the cost. The olive farm was boring. We did not see a single olive. Only machines and steel tumblers that were empty and listened to a boring commentary on how oil is made. This is something we could have read on the internet. Unless you show the process, to makes no sense to take visitors on a visit. And the season was on, so one expected to see the crushing etc. Grazelema was dropped from the itinerary with no prior intimation. It was simply announced after we finished at Zahara that Grazalema is crowded and the bus cannot go there so we were straight taken to Ronda and left to manage our time after acquainting us with the map. I think this was one part of the Spain trip where we wasted our money.
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misha042019
, oct. 2019
The trip was great.Caterine and Estela did great job! It was very interesting and especially the village Ronda.
Amazing sites!
sap0dac
, sept. 2019
Great guide, except for some reason we went to two different locations looking for 1 person who went to a wrong pickup location. A very kind gesture if you’re that person, not so great for 35+ others of us who lost over an hour of the tour! We were told we got an olive tasting add-on to make up for it...but I recall reading that it was on the tour anyway. Not the most honest approach to compensating us. Despite this, the tour overall was worthwhile and we recommend it.
Way below expectations
Mon12019
, sept. 2019
I was quite disappointed with this tour. The bus arrived 20 minutes late to the pick up spot. After we sat inside, there was a French tour guide sat at the back of the bus and was constantly speaking over the English tour guide who was at the front of the bus. I could not hear anything that the English tour guide was saying. But the biggest disappointment was the amount of time we had in Ronda. We were given 50 minutes to roam about the town on our own and that includes the time to come back to the meeting point. Ronda is a really pretty town and if you want to go to the viewpoint, take pictures and come back up, it takes at least 45 min which leaves you with pretty much no time to look about elsewhere. I felt there was a lot of time wastage during the tour, taking us to the olive oil mill and then the shop - we spent about 40 minutes in total here which I felt was quite unnecessary. It seems like these shop stops have become a standard with most Viator organised tours where I'm sure the tour operator gets commission when people buy something from the shop. I have done a lot of Viator tours before and I have rarely seen more than 1 or 2 people buy anything at all. We could have easily used those 40 minutes to roam about in Ronda more. The white washed villages of Zahara on the tour were nice but if you would like to spend more time in Ronda, I would suggest taking a bus from Seville or Malaga (which has better connectivity).
Beautiful views
mvpstorm28
, sept. 2019
Beautiful tour. Lupita and Estella were great guides. They were very knowledgeable. We visited an olive oil mill and a great restaurant in Grazalema.
Wonderful
lubanetofa
, sept. 2019
It was an amazing trip! Wonderful , professional and very lovely guide ! We really enjoyed! Thank you very much!
Awesome tour!
944puneetk
, août 2019
Our guide peter was really knowledgeable and kind. I loved the way he kept his cool, and kept everyone together.
Nice day trip from Seville
SGAustin2Portugal
, août 2019
The tour guide 'Guido' from Naturanda was excellent and multi lingual. He really put effort into explaining every detail about the trip. He also took us to the Olive oil factory where they show us how they prepare Olive oil from the olives. And the white villages on the valley were amazing.
Would have been great except no air conditioning on the bus!
rlkisermd
, juil. 2019
The White Villages were beautiful, Ronda was romantic and our guide and driver did a good job...but the AC went out on the bus and it was literally nearly 100’ IN THE BUS. It was always cooler outside and it was in the 90s. They didn’t offer to pay for a water or give any refund. Poor customer service unfortunately trumps any sites.

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