Self Guided Cycling In Andalucia: Seville To Cadiz

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Discover one of Spain’s most iconic areas by bike


Duration: 7 Days
Starts in: Spain

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.


Arrive Seville

Using the network of cycle track head north-east to reach the historic walled town of Carmona

Enjoy a flat day of cycling through small traditional towns towards Montellano

Pedal along quiet country roads and the 'Via Verde' cycle lane with the mountains of Grazalema as your backdrop

Follow the river Guadalete through Mediterranean woodland and agricultural land, on undulating terrain

Reach the sea today and the ancient city of Cadiz, thought to be the oldest city in Western Europe

End Cadiz

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It could be argued that Andalucia is the most quintessentially Spanish part of the Iberian Peninsula. Defined by its Moorish architecture this land of contrasts boasts fertile land, historic hilltop towns, stunning beaches and excellent local food. This moderate self-guided cycle takes you from the magical city of Seville, along small country roads and through Mediterranean woodland to the town of Arcos, one of Andalucia's most dramatically positioned pueblos blancos (white villages). From here you take a journey into the heart of the Flamenco traditions of Jerez - famous for its sherry wines, before ending in Cádiz; thought to be the oldest city in western Europe.The accommodation is in spectacular traditional and modern hotels of the region, and the food is plentiful, fresh and delicious.


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