Hiking Day Trip From Seville


Few of the tourists that visit Seville take the opportunity to experience the stunning mountain ranges that surround the city. This tour offers a local guide, passionate about the national beauty of the area, to take you on an exclusive exploration of the most beautiful hiking routes Seville has to offer.

On this incredible opportunity to escape the crowds of the city, and head for the clear skies and incredible views of the Sierra de las Nieves, the dramatic hilltop castle of Aracena, the incredibly beautiful village of Grazalema or the coastal national park of Doñana.

We will arrange to pick you up directly from your hotel at 8 am. From there, we will take a drive out of the city to the Andalusian countryside, where we will put you in touch with your guide.

They will then take you on a full days exploration of stunning hillsides, idyllic rural villages far from the crowds, deep blue lakes and dark pine forests, and shady olive groves.

These are routes picked out by a local Andalusian passionate about hiking, desperate to share the very best routes with you and show you traditional Spanish villages.

At the end of a long, satisfying hike in the Seville countryside, you can rest your weary feet as we pick you up and drive you straight back to your hotel at around 5 am.

Highlights of the Trip

  • Hike through the amazing Andalusian scenery
  • Enjoy stunning views and expert guidance
  • Discover the Andalusian countryside and traditional villages that most tourists wouldn’t find

What's Included

  • Local guide
  • Driver
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Insider tips

Location Information

Pick up from your accommodation in central Seville at an agreed time.

Duration: 8am – 5pm

Hotel pickup and drop off

Other Information

What to Bring

Hiking shoes, sun hat, water, an umbrella or waterproof in the case of rain.

Language ENG, ES

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  1. Arthur Chai

    Sunday 26th June, 2016
    We did a 4-hour walking tour of Seville and Jose (& Javier who was getting trained up) did a good job of keeping us informed and entertained as we made our way through the afternoon heat in Seville.