Start with pickup at your Seville hotel between 8am and 10am; the exact departure time is up to you, and can be determined after booking. Leave the city for a landscape of wheat and sunflower fields, then make the first stop of the day at the Castle of the Aguzaderas, a fortification that was founded in the 14th century.
Continue into the mountains and towards your first “White Village,” the pretty town of Zahara de la Sierra, where you’ll have time to stroll through the historic center, stop in a café for coffee, and visit a small olive oil factory.
Keep driving towards Grazalema, passing through the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve that’s home to Spain’s largest colony of Griffon vultures. Upon arrival in Grazalema, pause for lunch in a local restaurant—meals are not included in this tour, but the guide can help you find the perfect place to eat.
The third “White Village” of the day is Ronda, among the oldest towns in Spain. Walk around the city with your guide, and take in views from the “New Bridge” that’s spanned Ronda’s gorge since the 18th century. Before returning to Seville, choose a fourth town to explore, choosing from options including Olvera, Setenil, or Arcos de la Frontera. This 10-hour tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel.