Descubra los pueblos blancos de Andalucía, participe en esta escapada, donde podrá visitar hermosos pueblos y observar los sorprendentes paisajes en uno de los parques naturales más impresionantes del sur de España.
Muy bueno el tour, la recorrida por Zahara es muy bonita y vale la pena hacerla, Grazalema un buen punto para almorzar pero no tan pintoresca como Zahara, pero es un buen punto para parar.
Ronda es muy interesante, necesitaria un poco mas de tiempo, y de explicacion turistica e historica.
Aunque es mucho para ver en profundidad en un solo dia, seria interesante poder parar al menos media hora en el Castillo de Las Aguzaderas.
Recomiendo la excursion
Five stars for the white villages and Ronda, but we were not impressed with our guide. The towns were so charming and the views were extremely beautiful, but our guide was not at all confident in English and we barely understood what she was saying. She was most comfortable in Spanish, which was disappointing given that only 6 people out of our group of 20 spoke Spanish.
Great time exploring the white villages and Ronda just on the south of Sevilla. Francisco was our bus driver and Peter was our guide for the day. Both did a great job! Peter was very knowledgeable of the areas and really added a lot to our experience there. Highly recommend this tour!
Had a great tour! Was with a small group and Peter, the guide, was amazing! Would definitely recommend to those that was to see smaller towns and great views in Spain. Also the bus driver was amazing. He navigated small and winding roads perfectly!
Amazing tour thanks to our guide, David!!! He knew everything he needed to make our trip unforgettable, told us so much about the history and ways of all the places we saw. We visited Sahara de la Sierra, Ronda and an amazing little town called Setenil. The views were amazing, we took every photo we wanted and spent as much time as we wanted in each place. This tour of the White Villages is a must!!!
This tour would have been better if less time was spent at Zahara and the olive oil farm and more at Ronda. It was a public holiday which meant the restaurant we had lunch at was busy but it still took too long to be served and when we asked about using a toilet the waiter waived us away.