Andalucia Cycling: Seville to Córdoba in 7 days

Andalucia Cycling Seville to Cordoba
  • Length 7 days
  • From USD$4150
  • Style/Level Classic 3.0
  • Countries Spain
  • Begin/End Seville/Cordoba
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ExperiencePlus! offers three itinerary options for your exploration of Andalucia. You can select from: this 7-day bike itinerary from Seville to Cordoba, or an 8-day version from Cordoba to Granada, or the grand tour that combines them both and has you cycling 13 days from Seville to Granada! Highlights include:

  • Cordoba and Seville, two of the most culturally significant and fascinating cities in Spain.
  • Guided visit of the Mezquita de Cordoba.
  • Bicycle through orange and ancient olive groves.
  • Stay in restored convents, historic country estates and palaces!
  • Explore the roman and medieval towns of the Guadalquivir River


  • Andalucian Villages, Guided tour of Córdoba, Mezquita de Cordoba, Seville, Carmona and its Roman Ramparts


Keep in mind

We work hard to maintain consistency across all of our tours, but some trips have unique differences. Here are some things to keep in mind about this tour.

Though we try and arrange dinners together as early as possible in Spain this means 8:00 to 8:30 p.m.

Date Price Private room fee Note
Oct 4-10, 2024 USD$4150 USD$550 Departure confirmed to go! 
DateOct 4-10, 2024
Private room feeUSD$550
NoteDeparture confirmed to go! 

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  • Total distance 250 – 386 km (155 – 177 miles)
  • Average daily distance 63 Kms (37 miles)
  • Tour style Classic
  • Tour level 3.0

Highlights: Seville, fit bicycles, meet your tour leaders and fellow travelers

Plan to arrive in Seville a few days early to enjoy this beautiful city, and capital of Andalucia. Be sure to visit the Giralda, a famous bell tower built by the Moors and later restored. Another must see is Seville’s enormous cathedral, where Christopher Columbus is buried. The cathedral is considered by some standards to be the largest in Europe! We’ll fit bicycles this afternoon and recommend a short ride. This evening after introductions and a glass of sherry (or juice), we’ll stroll downtown and celebrate the beginning of our cycling journey by enjoying some signature dishes of the region.

Meals : Dinner
Lodging : Hotel Las Casas De La Juderia

Highlights: Calatrava’s Bridge in Seville, Carmona and its Roman History

Pedal along the Guadalquivir river and pass Seville’s famous Santiago Calatrava bridge. Your destination today is Carmona, once a Roman stronghold this historic city has been settled for over 5,000 years, making it one of the oldest urban settlements in the entire Iberian Peninsula. Enjoy the historic city center this evening.

Meals : Breakfast
Lodging : Hotel Alcazar De La Reina

Highlights: Foothills of the Sierra Morena, cork trees, bulls and a Andalucian White Village

Our route takes us into the foothills of the Sierra Morena mountains where you will pass by cork tree groves with (peaceful!) bulls grazing under them. It’s a fun and hilly ride. Your destination is Constantina where you will feel as though you’ve walked back in time as you explore the old town’s white-washed houses. The Sierra Morena mountains add a dramatic flair to the scene and offer the perfect backdrop to the village.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Lodging : Los Pozos De La Nieve

Highlights: Sleep in a restored Convent, cycle through the Andalucian Sierra

Coast back down to the river valley and out of the foothills towards Palma del Rio on your bicycle ride today. Some of the orange groves you’ll pass today have trees over 200 years old! Our hotel tonight is one of the main attractions of Palma del Rio, an otherwise sleepy town. Christopher Columbus slept here when it was a Convent in the 15th Century.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Lodging : Monasterio De San Francisco

Highlights: Museums and history of Córdoba, Mezquita de Cordoba

Take your time today and enjoy your ride to Córdoba, as tomorrow you can take a rest day to explore the city. Córdoba’s heritage has Roman origins, and was also one of the earliest Islamic cities in Spain. Immigrants from Damascus arrived by 719 AD, and Córdoba thrived for three centuries under the Damascus Caliphate.

Meals : Breakfast
Lodging : NH Amistad Cordoba

Highlights: Visit the Mezquita and Jewish Quarter, Optional bicycle ride to Medina Zara

Enjoy a free day today in Córdoba, one of the oldest cities in Spain. Or, if you prefer to get out on the bike take a ride into the foothills and visit the impressive archeological ruins of Medina Azahara. This afternoon we’ll join a local guide to tour the Mezquita of Córdoba, and the old Jewish Quarter enjoying Córdoba’s whitewashed neighborhoods with flower filled patios along the way. This evening we have dinner together to say goodbye to anyone doing the 7-day itinerary.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Lodging : NH Amistad Cordoba

Highlights: Explore Andalucia, Granada or Madrid

Your cycling trip ends after breakfast this morning. Enjoy whatever extra travels you may have planned. This region is easy to explore on your own or by bus or train. Head to Madrid or back to Seville or on to the beach. Buen Viaje!

Meals : Breakfast

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  • Great rides, great food, great tour guides and great group of fellow riders. Thank you for an amazing trip and for getting my husband who is a novice rider totally hooked!

    Heather H., Minneapolis, MN
  • Of the more than 15 professionally led bike tours I”ve taken, this was the best supported trip I”ve been on and one of the very best cycling and cultural experiences I”ve had.

    Jeff A., Portland, OR
  • Challenging cycling but rewarding. Very interesting places and towns to visit – Cordoba and Granada were both fascinating cities to get to spend time in. The guided tours in each city were both nicely done and most interesting. Beautiful countryside. All around was a great tour.

    Cliff M., Knoxville, TN