approx. 1,380 km - at least 6 driving days
A: Parque Natural Sierra de las Nieves
B: Parque Natural de la Sierra de Grazalema
C: Parque Natural de Los Alcornocales
D: Parque Natural del Estrecho
E: Parque Natural de la Breña y Marismas de Barbate
F: Parque Nacional Coto de Doñana
G: Serranía de Ronda
Places with sightseeing
- Málaga - the birthplace of Picasso and a vibrant centre on the Costa del Sol with a thriving nightlife, wide beaches, imposing buildings and interesting sights.
- Mijas - the mountain village with donkey taxis, picturesque alleys and a great view of the coast.
- Ronda - for many the most beautiful of the White Villages in Andalusia, set in the mountainous landscape of the Serranía de Ronda.
- Setenil de las Bodegas - village on the Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos with unique cave dwellings.
- Grazalema - white village in the high mountains with spectacular views and protected village centre.
- Zahara de la Sierra - founded by the Moors in the 8th century with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside.
- Arcos de la Frontera - the listed old town provides a spectacular panorama of the valley of the Río Guadalete.
- Seville - the capital of Andalusia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site offers not only countless historical sights but also an unforgettable nightlife.
- Niebla - medieval town with a long history and rich heritage of architectural attractions.
- Matalascañas - or Playa de Matalascañas - is a golden sandy beach with wide dunes on the Costa de la Luz.
- Huelva - capital of the province of the same name. In 1492, Christopher Columbus set out from Huelva for unknown worlds and discovered America.
- Cádiz - gateway to the Atlantic and the oldest city in Western Europe with an impressive old town completely surrounded by the sea.
- Jerez de la Frontera - captivates with a feudal ambience, a historic centre and is the stronghold of sherry and Andalusian horse breeding.
- Tarifa - dream beaches with a view of Africa and the intersection of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.
- Gibraltar - the British enclave with its famous rock.
- Júzcar - the hidden "Smurf village" of worldwide fame in the mountains of the Serranía de Ronda.
- Marbella - the most elegant seaside resort on the Costa del Sol and a stomping ground for the "rich and beautiful" with a beautiful old town.
- Itálica - archaeological, Roman excavation site from 206 BC.
- El Castillo de las Guardas - the western town with amusement park offers an exciting photo backdrop.
- Minas de Riotinto - bizarre landscapes in 5,000-year-old abandoned mines.
- Muelle de las Carabelas - faithful replicas of Christopher Columbus' caravels in a museum dock.
- Faro de Trafalgar - Lighthouse at Cape Trafalgar, site of the historic naval battle of 21 October 1805.
- Baelo Claudia - Roman ruined city on the beautiful beach Playa de Bolonia.
- Duna De Valdevaqueros - Sand dunes of Playa Bolonia in Parque Natural Del Estrecho.
- Castillo de Castellar - Moorish castle from the 13th century and former hippie stronghold.
Between the tour stops mentioned above, there are numerous other exciting sights and natural landscapes.
There are traditional ventas (inns) all along the route. There is always plenty of time for a rest with delicious tapas, Spanish desserts, ice cream and drinks. Throughout the ride, there are plenty of opportunities for spectacular group photos. We decide individually at the numerous photo points when to allow the tyres to cool down.