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SITES
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day trips

Situated in the heart of Andalusia, famous for its mountains, white painted towns perched on hills, stunning coastlines and cities full of history.

For six hundred years, the Moors dominated much of Andalusia, leaving indelible cultural and architectural icons such as Alhambra in Granada and the grand mosque in Cordoba. Within one to two hours of travel from Suryalila, one can visit the historical cities of Arcos de la Frontera, Sevilla, Cordoba, Jerez de la Frontera, Ronda, Cadiz, Vejer de la Frontera, Tarifa and Malaga.

Some of Europe’s most stunning and empty beaches lie on the Costa de la Luz, stretching from Cadiz to Tarifa, and can be reached by car in 90 minutes from Suryalila. Only 30 minutes away is the beautiful mountain town of Grazelema, which has the highest rainfall in Spain. Amazing walks, trekking, canyoning and kayaking can be found in this area.

Arcos de la Frontera

As you drive up to Arcos de la Frontera, your mouth will form in an ‘o’ of wonder at the breath-taking beauty of this golden-brick town perched on a craggy hilltop flanked by a sparkling lake.

Hiking in Grazalema

There are about 30 different hikes around Grazalema, all equally beautiful. Our guides will be happy to take you to the one suited for your needs in terms of the grade of difficulty and duration.

Seville

The culturally rich and beautiful capital of Andalusia is one of Europe’s most charming and romantic cities. The old town of Seville is magical, with winding cobbled streets, Moorish architecture and many memorable attractions.

Cadiz

The perfect combination of city and beach! Explore the beautiful old city of Cádiz in the morning and spend the afternoon relaxing on the beach!

Prado del Rey

Say hola to our neighbour - Prado del Rey - a picture-postcard traditional white washed village sitting pretty amongst hills dotted with olive groves and undulating mountains.

Zahara de la Sierra

Winding country roads eventually unfurl to reveal this stunning ‘pueblo blanco’ built into the side of a mountain. As you approach from a distance, the sight is so captivating that you’ll feel like you’ve driven into a fairytale.

El Bosque and Benamahoma

El Bosque and Benamahoma are two picturesque villages tucked away amongst the mountains of the Sierra de Grazalema National Park.

Ronda

Famous worldwide for its dramatic gorge, the mountain top town of Ronda is one of Spain’s most spectacular sites. The ‘old’ and ‘new’ town is split by the Tajo Gorge as if by magic and is connected by the Puente Nuevo 'new' bridge.

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