ECOTOURISM IN SEVILLE & THE WHITE VILLAGES
Andalusia - Spain
This itinerary is a Genuine Spain proposal, we can tailor it to suit your needs!
Explore the most beautiful side of Seville by bike.
Walk in the Grazalema Natural Park and along the trout rivers.
Get a taste of local gastronomy, typical products and superb flavours.
Discover the astonishing biodiversity of one of the best preserved Pisanpos forests in the world.
Arrive to Seville and check in at your hotel. Leave your bags and get ready to enjoy a guided cycling city tour. Seville has in recent years developed a network of more than 140 kms of cycle lanes, perfect to discover the city without getting tired since its flat topography and warm climate will provide for a lot of fun.
This tour has a duration of three hours, where you will visit the most popular neighborhoods and monuments of the city such as the historic city center, the Santa Cruz neighborhood, The Maria Luisa Park and the Plaza de España, Los Barrios de Triana, El Arenal and La Macarena. You can keep the bicycle for the rest of the day if you wish.
Today after breakfast, you will get public transport to El Bosque, Cádiz, a destination located on the edge of the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. You will visit the Botanical Garden and El Castillejo, then you will start a mild 4 km walk along the Majaceite river (the southernmost trout river in Europe) where you will also see lush forests and old mills until reaching the village of Benamahoma in the middle of the natural park.
After a mountain picnic lunch, you can enjoy a free afternoon visiting the local Water Ecomuseum.
You will stay for the night in a bioclimatic rural house, a very special lodge refurbished to only use natural and locally-sourced materials and achieve maximum energy and water consumption efficiency. Traditional dinner with locally-sourced products.
Today you will wake up early to visit the town of Grazalema, where you will have breakfast and get ready for your 14 kms trek through some of the best conserved forest in Spain.
This area is a biosphere reserve, and it is home of a large population of griffon vultures, mountain goats, roe deers and around 1500 different plant species.
You will finish the hiking route in the afternoon in the town of Benamahoma, to spend another night in the bioclimatic rural house.
After breakfast, you will return to Seville by public transport to link with your next destination.