A route by car through the white towns of Andalusia

- Roadlovers

Typical white washed houses dotted with colour from the hanging plant pots and with doors and window frames painted blue, today we get behind the wheel to visit one of the most beautiful areas of Andalucía and the charming white villages of Cadiz.


Our first stop is to Olvera, a little gem in the province of Cadiz and declared a Historic-Artistic Site in 1983. You can really appreciate the real beauty of this village at Easter when the villagers dress the front of their houses and balconies to look their very best.

Our route by car through the white villages takes us to the beautiful Setenil de las Bodegas, one of the most picturesque villages in Cadiz due to the peculiar style of the houses that have been built inside the mountainside. Lovely to take a wander around but is especially magical when night falls.
Zahara de la Sierra and the wonderful Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park is a perfect combination for our next stop. A natural environment for those that love to hike and also to enjoy the excellent cuisine of Cadiz. The cheese from El Cortijo de Zahara or the wonderful dishes and spectacular views from the Al Lago restaurant are all very popular in the area.
 

Ruta en coche por Cádiz y pueblos blancos de Andalucía


Our route by car through the white villages takes us to the beautiful Setenil de las Bodegas, one of the most picturesque villages in Cadiz due to the peculiar style of the houses that have been built inside the mountainside. Lovely to take a wander around but is especially magical when night falls.

Zahara de la Sierra and the wonderful Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park is a perfect combination for our next stop. A natural environment for those that love to hike and also to enjoy the excellent cuisine of Cadiz. The cheese from El Cortijo de Zahara or the wonderful dishes and spectacular views from the Al Lago restaurant are all very popular in the area.

Ruta en coche por los pueblos blancos de Cádiz

The viewpoint at Arcos de la Frontera lets us admire the wonderful views of the Cadiz landscapes and is our next stop on our car route through the white towns. Our recommendation? Climb to the top of the Mirador de la Peña.


The Roman archaeological remains at Prados del Rey is our next stop. This village is a must on our car route through the white towns of Cadiz. Here we can enjoy an array of local produce such as Torrijas de Miel or Mosto Pajarete (sweet wine).


The historical and multicultural Medina Sidonia is the final destination of this route. This is a beautiful town and one of the oldest in Spain and reflects like no other the passing of time. This can be seen in the architecture, traditions, cuisine and way of life.

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