White Villages of Andalucía Tour Reviews — 1 to 5 of 5

Vejer de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spain. Flickr:Jocelyn Erskine-Kellie

White Villages of Andalucía

8 days from €1269

5 out of 5

White Villages of Andalucía

Moderate Bike Tour in Spain

The "Pueblos Blancos", or White Villages, set the stage for this picturesque and unforgettable supported bike tour in Southern Spain. The whitewashed walls of the towns' buildings dazzle against the…

5 out of 5

 


Mary Lou P.
2 weeks ago

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Was an excellent trip, beautiful scenery, great guide and wonderful food

Marian A.
2 weeks ago

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Ignacio was a fantastic guide. Lodging was very nice. He was knowledgeable, helpful and fun.

Tom Brown
3 weeks ago

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This is in the top of the bike tours I've taken. We had a party of 8 and the local tour operator worked with us to make it happen (we've done a previous tour with this operator and they are top notch). One issue we have, my wife is short so finding a bike that fits her is a challenge, they came through 100% for us. The operator moves your luggage daily and provides assistance should you need it, they were great. Unless you are a strong biker I recommend an E-bike for this tour so you can concentrate on the many great sites.
The tour takes you to some of the top locations in Andalusia. We were picked up in Málaga and taken by van to Ronda for our first hotel. However, before you go to Málaga for the rendezvous take some time to tour some of the UNESCO sites in Spain, they seem to have more than any other country. Our hotels were wonderful and of Parador quality. You start in Rhonda which is famous for the bridges that span the canyon, the largest Read More

Judy S.
7 months ago

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The white villages were beautiful. The hotels were excellent and our guides were so kind and attentive. Great trip and we had e-bikes which we needed for elevation changes.

Debra L.
8 months ago

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Riding along the coast, seeing the kite surfers, was amazing, in Tarifa, and the major down hill in the National park, was an incredible experience. Really well done trip, great guides, and hotels. The white villages were great - all the little back alleys, artisans at work, numerous small restaurants and bars to explore. Moroccan food in Vejer, and the dinner at the Pamadore, all wonderful.