Andalusia from Seville to Cadiz

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Your dream cycling holiday

Starting from 946per person

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Duration

7 days

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Duration

299Km

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Self-guided

The beauty of this package is in the freedom it offers: without a guide, you are free to decide the timing, pace, and stops of your journey. Travel freely, travel your way!
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Level 3/5

Moderate, between 35 and 85 kilometers per day with an elevation gain between 300 and 1000 meters.

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The starting point is different from the ending point, with overnight stays in different hotels and daily stages.

Description

Day 1: Seville
Arrive individually in Seville, the capital of Andalusia, and take some time to explore the city, world-renowned for its folklore and culture. As you stroll through the city center, you can visit the gothic cathedral and the Giralda, the bell tower; the ancient Arab fortress, surrounded by charming palaces and old neighborhoods with their narrow streets. Sevilla is synonymous with flamenco, tapas, and parties, and you can enjoy tasty meat and fish dishes influenced by Arabic culture.

Day 2: Seville – Carmona (50 km; +485 m)
After picking up your bicycles, you will leave Seville using its extensive network of urban cycling paths, heading southeast to reach a beautiful dirt path along the Guadaíra River. Pedaling through the plain between cereal crops, sunflower plantations and many small villages, you will arrive at the fortified city of Carmona, where you will spend the night in a Parador (a Spanish hotel chain that offers stays in exclusive locations) inside a 14th-century Moorish fortress.

Day 3: Carmona – Montellano (68 km; +594 m)
Today's stage is quite long, but mostly flat. You will cycle south along quiet country roads, surrounded by fields of cereals, sunflowers and olive groves. You will pass through small, traditional-looking towns where you can stop for a coffee or a refreshing beer.

Day 4: Montellano – Arcos de la Frontera (60 km; +609 m)
Today's stage is hilly. Starting from Montellano, you will see the mountains of Grazalema in the distance. You will pedal through the untouched Mediterranean forest, of immense beauty. Most of the route is along peaceful country roads; an approximately 8 km stretch winds along a Green Way (a disused railway line now used as a bicycle path). We recommend a lunch stop in the typical Andalusian city of Puerto Serrano: a good place to rest before continuing on to Arcos de la Frontera, where you will spend the night in another Parador.

Day 5: Arcos – Jerez de la Frontera (56 km; +410 m)
Departure from Arcos, on a route that mostly follows the Guadalete River, meandering along the peaceful country roads of Andalusia. The Mediterranean scrub and many agricultural plots characterize the landscape, with many small villages where you can stop for a break along the journey. Your overnight destination is Jerez de la Frontera, one of the main centers of Andalusia and the cradle of flamenco, as well as being famous for Sherry and the Andalusian school of dressage.

Day 6: Jerez – Cadiz (65 km; +103 m)
In this last stage, you head towards the South of Andalusia, reaching the sea and the ancient city of Cadiz. A first stop will take you to the beautiful town of El Puerto de Santa Maria, where you will find many restaurants serving fresh fish. Cadiz is believed to be the oldest city in Western Europe. Rich in history and beauty, its monuments and its wonderful beaches are enough to make any visitor fall in love. Your tour will conclude along the cycling paths of the beach, leading you to your last Parador for a final night of luxury.

Day 7: Cadiz
After breakfast, services end and it's time for individual departures. There is the possibility to extend your stay.

Included

  • Travel/Medical Insurance 24/24
  • Overnight stay and breakfast
  • Luggage transfer
  • Local telephone assistance 7/7
  • Detailed description and maps of the itinerary

Not included

  • GPS Tracks
  • APP
  • Transfers not listed as "Included"
  • City tax
  • Tips
  • Journey to/from the starting point of the tour
  • Meals and drinks not listed as "Included"
  • Bike rental
  • Extras
  • Entrance fees, ferries and anything not listed as "Included"
  • Welcome briefing

Cancellation penalties

  • Minimum non-refundable rate: 100
  • From 56 days before the departure date: refund of 95%
  • From 41 days before the departure date: refund of 85%
  • From 27 days before the departure date: refund of 75%
  • From 14 days before the departure date: refund of 50%
  • From 7 days before, the amount is non-refundable.

Andalusia from Seville to Cadiz

  • To be enveloped by the magic of Seville with its tapas, wine, flamenco and fiestas
  • To spend a night in the splendid Alcázar of Carmona, an ancient Arab fortress in mudejar style, today transformed into an elegant Parador
  • To reach, cycling through sunflower fields and olive groves, Arcos de la Frontera, one of the most photogenic cities in Spain
  • To cycle to the rhythm of flamenco to Jerez de la Frontera, also famous for its delicious Sherry
  • To end the trip by the sea, enjoying delicious seafood and freshly caught fish
  • To live an exciting journey with this tour of Spain by bike that will take you through the warm and fascinating lands of Andalusia

Frequently asked questions

  • Can I bring my own bike?

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Senderos y Pueblos S.L.

Your dream cycling holiday

Starting from 946per person

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