Andalusian “Pueblos Blancos” route: Flights + Hotels from £179

Southern Spain has many eye-candies, but among the best would be the Pueblos Blancos route, a popular itinerary among visitors and locals alike that covers Andalusia’s most charming white villages. From Ronda’s stunning bridge to Arco’s narrow, winding streets and breathtaking viewpoint, this region is unsurprisingly top of our bucket list.

We will be flying into either Seville or Cadiz, both of which could take up an entire journey on their own.

Make your way to Arcos de la Frontera (40 min. from Cadiz and 1 hour from Seville). From there, we suggest this route, stopping at Arcos, Grazalema, Torre Alhaquime, Setenil and Ronda.

We suggest 3 nights in Cadiz or Seville, and 1 in Setenil or Ronda, but feel free to play around with your dates, hotels and locations once on Skyscanner.

Where will you catch your flight to Andalusia from?

From London

3 nights in Cadiz

1 night in Ronda

From Edinburgh

3 nights in Seville

1 night in Ronda

From Manchester

3 nights in Seville

1 night in Ronda

From Bristol

3 nights in Seville

1 night in Ronda

3 nights in Seville

1 night in Ronda

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