GET TO KNOW THE BEST KNOWN PUEBLOS BLANCOS IN ANDALUCIA. IN ADDITION TO OUR RECOMMENDATIONS OF PLACES THAT YOU CAN VISIT, WE ALSO INFORM YOU ABOUT THE MOST IMPORTANT MONUMENTS AND OF COURSE WHERE YOU CAN ENJOY TRADITIONAL ANDALUSIAN CUISINE.
Our suggested drives through the pueblos blancos do not include personal guides or transportation. Our routes are suggestions only, feel free to deviate and explore at your own pace.
Ask for our free Pueblos Blancos guide when you arrive at the hotel.
Enjoy Zahara de los Atunes whilst spending a unique day on the Costa de la Luz. Experience a charming village full of whitewashed houses with the sea in its soul and strategically placed for the finest tuna fishing. Find peace and tranquillity whilst walking on Zahara’s Atlantic beaches, where on clear and sunny days north Africa and Morroco loom on the horizon.
Let yourself be embraced by Tarifa’s warm and sturdy winds, the next port of call on this first day of our pueblos blancos adventure. Tarifa is a melange of Andalucian and Bohemian character boasting the best Andalucian cuisine and later in the day, sunsets that are truly stunning.
Jimena de la Frontera will hypnotise you with its white streets and Cadiz hills. The town of Ronda is a true spectacle – a perfectly preserved ancient town with its bridge spanning a deep gorge below. The unique light in Ronda bounces of the white walls of the houses to startling affect. There is much to do in Ronda.
If you decide to visit the city of Cadiz you can enjoy it walking the streets or from the many towers and viewpoints – the fact is that so many aspects of this wonderful city deserve a whole day!
The plateau location Arcos de la Frontera, for some the most beautiful town on the route – a fairy tale location. It is a pleasure to stroll through its quiet streets, wander into the craft shops or sit and contemplate life in one of its small squares.
Who cannot admire the beautiful city of Jerez de la Frontera with its flamenco driving force, its typical tabancos and imposing central Alcazar. Get to know Jerez’s famous sherry bodegas and taste some of the best wines in the world.
For an international diversion perhaps a stop at Gibraltar. Tour the famous Rock, which guards the Strait of Gibraltar and don’t miss the Barbary apes, Gibraltar’s most famous tourist attraction.