Meet your driver in the hotel lobby for the drive south of Sevilla through the mountains. Discover a small corner of Spain where traditional village life goes on as it has for thousands of years. We’ll make our first stop in Zahara de la Sierra, birthplace of Arab noblemen, conquistadors and bandits. Walk through its botanical gardens and steep streets before visiting an olive mill for a tour and tasting. Continue on to the tiny village of Grazalema, a town within a natural park. We’ll break for lunch at a family-run, ecological winery just outside Ronda. After lunch, your driver will take you to Ronda, the birthplace of bullfighting. Go inside the bullring to step into the matador’s shoes. Later cross the New Bridge spanning a plunging gorge that separates Ronda’s New and Old Quarters. Once across the bridge, will continue the tour down cobblestone streets into the Collegiate Church and Don Bosco’s Medieval Palace.
- Car and driver
- 7 hours tour with official guide from the place
- Breakfast at the Olive Oil mill
- Lunch at the winery
- Entrance fees to Ronda bullring, collegiate church and Don Bosco