8 day cycling trip Andalusia

group trip or self-guided trip

The 8-day bike tour in Andalusia starts in the historic town of Ronda. The practical environment with idyllic white villages lends a perfect view as a starting point for a beautiful cycling holiday through the relatively flat hinterland towards Seville. This strategically located town is built around a deep gorge. 3 Bridges are strained over this gorge (El Tajo). The Puente Nuevo is the best known of these 3 bridges.

The bike tour continues to the medieval Olvera, high above the surrounding plains, this city is a true eagle's nest. After Olvera you will cycle along Via Verde de la Sierra. This railway-turned cycle path is a feast for the eyes with illuminated tunnels and impressive bridges on the way. This nature reserve is also known for the colony of bearded vultures that often orbit the rocks. The Via Verde de la Sierra is also called the most beautiful Via Verde of Spain!

After the town of Monte Llano, the bike tour continues on car restricted roads and over vast plains interspersed with white villages. Here too it is clear that the region invests much in good cycling paths. Depending on how you approach Seville, it is becoming flatter. Seville is a city that is completely set to cyclists. There are cycle paths throughout the city and therefore the bike is the ideal means of transport to explore this impressive city.

During this 8 day bike tour you can stay in different * * and * * * hotels based on bed and breakfast. 3 of the hotels have (among other things) a swimming pool. All hotels are located in such a way that food and drinks are available within walking distance.

Cycling in Andalusia

Cycling in Andalusia equals a wonderful cycling holiday! The beautiful region in the south of Spain shows an impressive landscape. In combination with the wonderful climate, this makes for a cycling trip to remember. Andalusia has many beautiful routes to offer. During this bike tour you will discover the picturesque "White Villages" and you will cycle along the famous Via Verde de la Sierra.

Day 1: Arrival at Malaga Airport and transfer to hotel in Ronda
Day 2: Ronda Tour (37 km, 700 ascending meters)
Day 3: Ronda-Olvera (34/44 km, 580/900 ascending meters)
Day 4: Olvera-Montellano (40 km, 400 ascending meters)
Day 5: Montellano-Ultrera (47 km, 400 ascending meters)
Day 6: Ultrera-Seville (40 km, 100 ascending meters)
Day 7: Seville Tour (12 km)
Day 8: Transfer to Seville Airport


  • 7 nights accommodation based on bed and breakfast
  • Luggage transport
  • Bike routes
  • Routes in GPX-format (for self-guided trip) or Dutch/English-speaking guidance (group trip)
  • Map of the area


  • Airline tickets
  • Airport transfers
  • Single supplement
  • Lunches, beverages and other expenses of a personal nature
  • Rent trekking bike or e-bike
  • Rent GPS navigation (for self-guided trip)
  • Travel, cancellation and bicycle insurance
  • Customer Contribution Guarantee Fund GGTO

G. van Ankeren
Enjoyed the trip, well composed with a nice route and fine hotels. You have to have some climbing capacity to get through the first three days in a good way. Although I did well and I am 77 years old. If you look up to it, electric bicycles are available. Half of the 6 rented e-bikes faltered every now and then. I assume this is being improved.
I can highly recommend this bike ride.
October 2019

Frans and Annie Theunissen
Another fantastic trip from Malaga via Ronda to Sevilla!
The first days we had some hilly trails with many white villages built on top of the rocks built along the way. The inhabitants of Setenil de Bodegas did not live on top but in the rock dwellings; Very nice.
One of the highlights was the VIA VERDE; A paved former railway line that goes down via false flat. Then you can make the most of the beautiful views over the hills, while more than twenty former train tunnels are included in the route.
Group Tour October 2019

Ton Daamen
I rode the cycling tour Ronda-Sevilla together with Liesbeth Wijngaarde. With myself on the touring bike and Liesbeth on the E-bike.
The first days we got quite some spicy climbing meters for the wheels, and some cycling condition is desired. The environment in which we cycled was quite varied, and particularly beautiful. The hotels we stayed in had their own qualities, especially the breakfast was different. The last stretch to Sevilla was unfortunately across the industrial area perhaps the route could use some improvement there.
Group Tour October 2019

Johan Wiebenga
You have to see and feel, bike tour Andalusia was an experience for me from start to finish, partly because we had a very nice group. My thanks to Raymond and Rob.
Group Tour October 2019

Sophie van Geenhuizen
The Andalusia trip was beautiful. Good bikes! Beautiful route! Great hotels! Only the location of the last hotel was less: too far from the city. We had a nice group, tiptop tour guide and great weather. Add the delicious cuisine and the story is complete. I would recommend! Little traffic on the roads and the motorists were very cautious with cyclists on the road.
Group Tour October 2019

Response Eye4Cycling Group tour October 2019: Thanks for the feedback. A hotel in the centre of Seville was planned as our last hotel. Unfortunately, the planned hotel for group tour was changed by our Spanish agent last-minute.

Wiep and Jouke
We had a great holiday. Everything had been arranged to the last detail!!! Compliments.

And what a nice route to cycle. We were very impressed by Ronda and its surroundings! So beautiful. All roadsides were in bloom, beautiful vistas and very friendly people. The town itself was also a landmark.

With luggage on bicycles through the mountains, was sometimes a bit tough, but it was nice that the first day we could practice without luggage. After a challenging day of cycling, sit out on the terrace for a bite and a drink.

And in Sevilla there was a party. We feasted our eyeballs... That Flamenco dance, we really should practice that.

All in all a very successful holiday. And oh yes, the bikes from Ferry were super! Not a penny of pain! Now back to work and on to the next (bike) vacation.
12 May 2019

Spain (Andalusia), hotel trek 8 days (group)

Group trip, guide, bed & breakfast, luggage transport
Prices per person

24 March to 31 March 2020 € 679,-
16 June to 23 June 2020 € 679,-
21 October to 28 October 2020 € 679,-
Single supplement € 175,-
€ 50,-

Spain (Andalusia), hotel trek 8 days self-guided

Self-guided trip (GPS), bed and breakfast, luggage transport
Prices are based on a minimum of 2 people.

March to June, September to October € 679,-
Seasonal surcharge April, May, September, October € 50,-
Single supplement € 175,-
€ 75,-

Spain (Andalusia), Rent and GPS

Prices per person

Rental trekking bike € 115,-
Rental e-bike € 175,-
Rent GPS € 50,-