9 Best Day Trips From Seville

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This article is about day trips from Seville Spain, or Weekend trips from Seville with things to do, how to reach, and other helpful information. 

Seville Day trips - best trips from Seville Spain

Seville is a dazzling and cultural city in the Andalusian region of Spain. Many historical sites, beaches, unique villages, and towns near Seville are perfect for day trips. Know more about weekend trips from Seville. 

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Day Trips From Seville (Weekend Trips From Seville)

Read about the best day trips from Seville or the best Seville Day trips, which are perfect weekend trips from Seville. 

Cordoba

Best day trips from Seville Spain

  • Distance from Seville – 101 miles (162 km)

How To Reach 

Why Cordoba – It is Spain’s largest old town and has four UNESCO heritage sites. Andalusia’s most beautiful ancient city, famous for monuments like the mosque-cathedral of Córdoba and Alcázar. It’s also the perfect day trip from Seville, Spain. 

Things To Do – 

  • Mezquita Cathedral de Cordoba 
  • Jewish Quarter (Juderia) 
  • Historic Centre of Cordoba 
  • Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos 
  • Roman Bridge of Córdoba
  • Patios Cordobeses
  • Palacio de Viana
  • Templo Romano

Granada

weekend trips from Seville Spain

  • Distance from Seville – 154 miles (248 km) 

How To Reach – 

Why Granada – Granada is also one of the most historic cities in the region of Andalusia. Granada contains fine Renaissance and Baroque architecture, Neoclassical churches, convents, monasteries, hospitals, palaces, and mansions. The Alhambra of Granada is Europe’s finest example of Moorish architecture.

Apart from stunning architecture with the natural landscape, it is also the best place to visit for traditional tapas bars and experience the best of Andalusian hospitality. Granada is one of the most famous day trips from Seville. 

Things To Do – 

  • The Alhambra 
  • Generalife 
  • Mirador de San Nicolas 
  • Albayzin 
  • Royal Chapel of Granada 
  • Basílica de San Juan de Dios.

Ronda

weekend trips from seville spain - best day trips from seville

  • Distance from Seville – 80 miles (129 km)

How To Reach – 

Why Ronda – Ronda is famous for its spectacular deep gorge spanned by a stone bridge, an ancient historic town, and the home of bullfighting. Ronda is a historical and cultural town and the birthplace of bullfighting. It has a fantastic laid-back atmosphere with excellent hiking opportunities. 

Things To Do – 

  • Plaza de Toros de Ronda 
  • El Tajo de Ronda
  • New Bridge
  • Old City
  • Ronda Viewpoint 
  • The Puento Nuevo 
  • Ronda’s Mondragón Palace 
  • Duchess of Parcent Square 
  • Dona Felisa Winery
  • Reservatauro Ronda 

Cadiz

weekend trips from seville by train - best day trips from seville by train

  • Distance from Seville – 1 hr 16 min (120.4 km) via E-5

How To Reach – 

Why Cadiz – Cádiz was found as ‘Gadir’ by the Phoenicians in 1.100 BC. Cadiz is an old historic town with lovely historic squares, markets, and architecture. It has the perfect combination of historic architecture, urban beaches, and delicious food for all travelers. It is an ideal day trip from Seville with many options. 

Things To Do – 

  • Torre Tavira 
  • The Plaza de San Juan de Dios
  • Playa Victoria 
  • Catedral de Cadiz 
  • Mercado Central 
  • Gran Teatro Falla
  • Yacimiento Arqueologico Gadir
  • Park Genoves 
  • La Caleta Beach

Pueblos Blancos (White Towns) – cluster of white villages – Zahara de la Sierra and Grazalema

day trip from seville spain

  • Distance from Seville –  344 km

The distance is long; hence, you cannot do this as a day trip. But the first white village comes after 1 hour of driving. So if you want to tour famous white villages in the Andalusian region, go for it. 

Zahara de la Sierra and Grazalema can be done as a day trip from Seville Spain. 

You can combine this trip with Ronda’s day trip from Seville. 

How To Reach – 

  • By Train – 6 hours 30 minutes
  • Road Trip – 4 hours 30 minutes 

Why Pueblos Blancos – The Andalusian region is known for its charming Pueblos Blancos, “white villages,” or “white towns.” These white villages are surrounded by mountains, forests, and some atop dramatic hills, which makes them more scenic. This cluster of white villages is the main reason to select this region for a day trip from Seville. 

Things To Do – 

  • Grazalema, one of the famous white villages of Andalusia
  • Natural Park, “Sierra de Grazalema,” for vultures in their natural habitat.
  • Zahara de la Sierra

Malaga

day trip from seville by train

  • Distance from Seville – 2 hr 20 min (209.6 km) via A-92

How To Reach – 

  • By Train – 2 Hours
  • Road Trip – 2 Hours and 30 minutes

Why Malaga – Malaga has a stunning coastline and is the largest city of southern Spain’s Costa Del Sol (Coast of the SUN); being one of the world’s oldest cities and one of the southernmost large cities in Europe, it has a blend of nature and culture. Malaga has a typical Mediterranean climate with 300 days of sun and long stretches of golden sand, making it a perfect beach destination.

Things To Do – 

  • Beaches of Malaga city center
  • Beaches in Torremolinos
  • Alcazaba de Malaga-
  • Cathedral of Incarnation –
  • Mtjana Square
  • Parks of Malaga
  • El Pedregaleju –
  • Calle Larios –
  • Museum of Pablo Picasso –
  • Cafe Tour in Malaga-
  • Spanish houses and streets-

Carmona

Day trips from Seville by train

  • Distance from Seville – 30 min (34.2 km) via A-4

How To Reach – 

  • By Train – Trains don’t ply between Seville and Carmona. 
  • Road Trip – 25 to 35 minutes

Why Carmona – Carmona is the nearest day trip from Seville for historical vibes and Moorish architecture. Carmona’s history dates back to 220 BC. Therefore it is one of the oldest towns in Europe. 

Things To Do – 

  • Alcazar de la Puerta de Sevilla 
  • Parador of Carmona
  •  Convento de Santa Clara
  • Roman Necropolis 
  • Jewish Quarter
  • Archaeological Ensemble of Carmona

Sanlúcar de Barrameda 

Seville day trips

  • Distance from Seville – 1 hr 17 min (100.9 km) via E-5 and A-471

How To Reach – 

  • By Train – 2 hours
  • Road Trip – It takes around 1 hour and 15 minutes by taxi or self-drive. 

Why Sanlúcar de Barrameda – Sanlúcar de Barrameda is the foodiest city in Spain and hence a perfect gastronomic town. Sanlúcar de Barrameda is one stunning Andalucían coastal town with castles and many historical attractions,

Things To Do – 

  • Bodegas Hidalgo La Gitana 
  • Parque Nacional de Doñana 
  • Bodegas La Cigarrera
  • Sanlucar Fish Spa 
  • Bodegas Barbadillo 
  • Santiago Castle
  • Palace of Medina Sidonia 
  • Plaza Del Cabildo

Gibraltar – Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory. 

It is closer to Seville, Spain but belongs to the UK. 

day trips from Seville Spain

  • Distance from Seville – 123 miles (198 km) 

How To Reach – 2 hr 16 min (198.1 km) via E-5 and A-381

  • By Train – There is no train to this place.
  • Road Trip – 2 Hours

Why Gibraltar – Gibraltar is famous for duty-free shopping, luxury shopping, casinos, and marinas. It also has incredible wildlife and scenic locations. Gibraltar is famous for the Rock of Gibraltar, a 426-meter-high limestone rock rising out of the sea.

Things To Do – 

  • The Rock of Gibraltar 
  • St. Michael’s Cave
  • The Great Siege Tunnels 
  • Mediterranean Steps 
  • Gibraltar Botanic Gardens

Now you have some of the best weekend trips from Seville – some best day trips from Seville, Spain.

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