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The proud home of one of the biggest Moorish castles and the fascinating flamenco dancing, Seville is a culturally rich city in Spain. It’s thus a coveted travel destination thanks to its countless monuments. However, there are many gems in the surroundings of Seville that are worthy to be explored as well! If you are looking for some fantastic day trips from Seville you have found the right place. Fortunately, there are many Seville day trips options available.

Seville and its nearby places are cultural, architectural and historical gems. If you have never been to Seville, you must visit Alcazar, which is one of the most beautiful buildings in the whole world.

Seville is an eye treat for travelers! However, apart from this dreamy paradise, there are many astounding places close to the Andalusian capital where you can go with your family or alone. Take deep venture into Andalusia and don’t forget to take deep breathes, because these places will surely take your breath away. Many operators can take you in a very short time on a day trip from Seville in order to make sure that you make the most of your time. 

After having lived in Seville for over half a year and visiting on a regular basis, I decided that it was about time to put together a list of my favorite day tours from Seville. Have you ever been to Seville and its surroundings? Let me know which one you liked best in the comment form.

As most of the recommended destinations can be reached by public transport, make sure to book your train or bus tickets in advance here. 

Here is a list of fabulous day trips from Seville that you can’t miss.

1. Ronda

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The dramatic setting of Ronda

Ronda is one of the oldest towns in Spain. It dates back to the 15th century. This town was built during Moors rule and the view is enough to make your heart feel at peace and a treat for photographers. The bridge linking the old and new part of Ronda is the emblematic sight of the town.

Anyone who has visited Ronda will understand why it is considered to be the most beautiful town to visit in Spain. A Ronda tour from Seville is thus a must.

What to see in Ronda

• Puente Nuevo
Come here to take a look at the entire town from the El Tajo gorge. The heavenly view from this bridge is unforgettable.
• Plaza De Toros
Ronda houses the modern-day bullfighting. Plaza De Toros was built back in 1785 by the famous architect Jose Martin Aldehuela. He is the one who constructed Puente Nuevo as well. This ring can easily hold up to 5000 people.
• Baños Arabes- The Arab Baths
The Arab Baths, otherwise known as the Baños Arabes, are well preserved here. They were built during the 13th century and are a must on any trip to Ronda.
• Palacio De Mondragon
Visit Palacio De Mondragon to explore the municipal museum and some stunning gardens. It was built in 1314 by King Abomelik.

How to get to Ronda from Seville

The distance between Seville to Ronda is 129 km.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Ronda.

Book here your tour from Seville to Ronda.

2. Carmonaday trips from seville, day tour from seville, things to do near seville, from seville to morocco, from seville to granada, from seville to malaga

Carmona is a small but incredibly charming little town which is located in the north-east of Seville. It is famous for its complex history, rich culture, some mouth-watering cuisines, and not to forget the beautiful architectural buildings.

Carmona has to be on your list of day excursions from Seville for sure as it is one of the prettiest towns in the near surroundings of Sevilla. Read more here about things to do in Carmona.

What to see in Carmona

• Puerta de Seville (Seville Gate)
This is a national monument. It is not only the main entrance of this astounding town but also represents the vast part of this gorgeous city too.
• Roman Necropolis
Roman Necropolis is really stunning. This is the place to see in order to gain knowledge about the city’s history.
• Puerta de Cordoba
Puerto de Cordoba is an enticing gate which once defended Carmona.

Other places to visit are:

  • Plaza del Mercado
  • Convento de Santa Clara
  • Museo de la Ciudad
  • San Pedro Church

How to get to Carmona from Seville

Carmona is only 37 km away from Seville. It will hardly take an hour to reach here.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Carmona.

Book here your tour from Seville to Carmona.

3. Italica

Italica is the first authentic city of beautiful Spain. There is so much to explore here. This is the birthplace of the Trajan and Hadrian and can be covered in half a day.

• The Amphitheatre: The amphitheater of Italica is the central spot to see. Italica has been dismantled, but the ruins still shine, high sharing the glory of its history.

How to get to Italica from Seville

Italica is very close to Seville, and you will have to travel only 13 km to reach there.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus to Santiponce. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Italica.

Book here your tour from Seville to Italica.

4. Aracena and Rio Tinto Minas

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There is a reason why people travel to Aracena and Rio Tinto Minas. This charming village has some of the best sightseeing options. The stunning “Cave of Wonders” (based in Aracena) and the “Mars-like” scenery of Rio Tinto are simply breath-taking.

You can complete this fabulous day trip from Seville, Spain in one day.

What to see in Aracena and Rio Tinto Minas

  • Reserves of Dehases de Sierra Morena. Here, you will see bull and Iberian pigs who are the inhabitants of this area
  • Gruta de las Maravillas, the “Cave of wonders” which is 2000 meters long
  • Pena de Arias Montano
  • Mosque of Almonaster la Real
  • Rio Tinto Mines
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How to get to Aracena and Rio Tinto Minas from Seville

The distance between Aracena and Rio Tinto Minas from Seville is around 87 km. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Aracena.

Book here your tour from Seville to Aracena.

5. Jerez de la Fronteraday trips from seville, day tour from seville, things to do near seville, from seville to morocco, from seville to granada, from seville to malaga

Jerez de la Frontera is famous for its sherry, flamenco, and horses. This part of Spain is also internationally renowned for its wine production. This is the place which has been producing wines for over 3000 years.

Plan at least one full day for a day trip to Jerez from Seville.

What to see in Jerez de la Frontera

  • Along with the sherry and horses, come here to explore Plaza de la Yerba, 0ne of the oldest towns which is only 10 minutes away from Jerez.
  • The town-walls of Jerez are the work of Almohads and were built during the 12th century.
  • Alcazar which was initially the home of the Muslim rulers. Come here to see one of the oldest mosques, the Arab baths, and some fascinating gardens.

How to get to Jerez de la Frontera

The distance to Jerez from Seville is around 93 km.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Jerez.

Book here your tour from Seville to Jerez.

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If you are looking for a beach day trip from Seville, then head to Cadiz. It seems to be a small city, but it hides some fascinating attractions. From its sandy beaches to its wonderful seafood delicacies, this city is genuinely unpretentious and has held such prominent historical importance.

When the sun is at its peak, you can take a break at the oldest neighborhoods or simply around the city’s park for an eye treat. Read more about things to do in Cadiz.

What to see in Cadiz

  • Castle of San Sebastian which once was a prominent prison.
  • For a fun sunny day-outing, go to the Playa la Caleta. The picture-perfect postcard view of this astonishing Blue Flag beach is the perfect place to relax.
  • Playa de la Victoria, one of  Europe’s best urban beaches
  • Gran Teatro Falla, the 19th-century concert hall.
  • Cadiz Cathedral
  • Parque Genoves

How to get to Cadiz from Seville

Cadiz is 93 km away from Seville. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Cadiz.

Book here your tour from Seville to Cadiz.

7. Doñana National Parkdonana natural park, day trips from seville, day tour from seville, things to do near seville

If you are a fan of nature and animals, you must visit Donana National Park. Most of the areas are considered to be marshlands, which means it stays dry from July to October. During autumn though, they get filled with water. The natural park is famous for its unique fauna and flora. It’s one of the major sites for birdwatching in Europe.

What to see in Doñana National Park

  • Europe’s wild ducks
  • Moving dunes
  • Saca De Yeguas
  • The marshlands and hiking trails

How to get to Doñana National Park from Seville

The distance between Seville and Doñana National Park is 86 km. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Donana Natural Park.

Book here your tour from Seville to Doñana Natural Park.

8. El Rocíoel rocio, pilgrimage site, day trips from seville, day tour from seville, things to do near seville

Right in the heart of Doñana park lies the charming little village of El Rocío. The white cottage, mesmerizing sandy upheaved roads and the feel of Spanish wild-west make El Rocío a must visit.

The hermitage of El Rocío is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Spain and definitely the most important one in Andalusia. There are no paved roads which means that the preferred transport are horses, horse carriages or SUVs. During the weekend, the small village gets very lively and you’ll enjoy an authentic Andalusian experience.

Come here to enjoy a splendid horse-ride or book a lavish restaurant to have a delicious meal. This little paradise is the perfect place to include in your Seville Spain day trips plan. Read more here about El Rocío.

What to do in El Rocío

  • The church of nuestra Señora del Rocío. It was built in the 1960s.
  • El Rico pilgrimage which dates back to the 13th century.
  • Majestic wild horses
  • Drinking sherry in the shade of a majestic olive tree

How to get to El Rocío from Seville

El Rocío is 80 km away from Seville.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to El Rocio.

Book here your tour from Seville to El Rocio.

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Palos de la Frontera which is only 13 km away from Huelva and 94 km from Sevilla, is a dominant agricultural town. Huelva is famous for its beaches, food, and natural parks. Both Huelva and Palos de la Frontera have a unique significant importance.

A large part of Huelva was destroyed during an earthquake. However, it boasts fabulous gastronomy and has some of the prettiest beaches close by.

Palos de la Frontera is only a short drive away from Huelva. Besides being a quaint Andalusian town, it’s particularly famous for its replicas of Christopher Columbus’ ships. Indeed, it’s from the harbor of Palos de Frontera that Christopher Columbus sailed out to discover the “New World”.

The province of Huelva also boasts some of the best beaches in Southern Spain.

What to see in Huelva

  • The monument of Christopher Columbus.
  • Muelle Del Tinto which is now a famous commercial site.
  • Visit some of the best beaches, for example, Punta Umbria, Playa El Portil, Playa El Espigon, and more.

What to see in Palos de la Frontera

  • La Fontanialla (the public water source)
  • Iglesia de San Jorge- Gothic-Mujedar Catholic Church
  • Casa Museo Martin Alonso Pinzon
  • Casa de la Misericordia

How to get to Huelva and Palos de la Frontera

You need to drive 93 km from Seville to reach Huelva and Palos de la Frontera. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

10. Tarifa

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Beaches of Tarifa

Tarifa is one of the favorite places to visit in Spain for surfers. This city lies in the extreme south of Spain and is a coveted spot for laid-travelers enjoying the beauty of an unspoiled seaside.

If you want to enjoy beaches with a certain hippy vibe, then Tarifa has to be on your list for sure.

What to do in Tarifa

  • Visit the Castillo de Guzman
  • Enjoy breath-taking views from Mirador El Estrecho
  • Tarifa’s gorgeous beaches
  • Try water sports
  • Take part in whale and dolphin watching activities

How to get to Tarifa from Seville

Tarifa is 198 km from Seville. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus. Book here your tickets in advance. 

11. Caminito Del Rey

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Caminito del Rey – The King’s path

Caminito Del Rey, which is also known as el Camino del Rey (the King’s path), is another amazing place to visit near Seville. Especially the unbelievably good views, which are a perfect spot for nature photographers. Caminito Del Rey was built from 1901 to 1904.

It is also known for being the most dangerous trail in the world even though it has been fully renovated. It was used as trail to transport material.

What to do in Caminito Del Rey

  • Take a walk on the hanging bridge. The total distance to walk will be 7,7 km

How to get to Caminito Del Rey from Seville

The distance between Seville to Caminito Del Rey is 153 km. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by train to El Chorro. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Caminito del Rey.

Book here your tour from Seville to Caminito del Rey.

12. Écija

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Ecija, also known as the “city of towers” has 11 towers and 9 steeples. Its great churches and palaces are the perfect treat for travellers.

If you love history,you will love Ecija.

What to see in Écija

  • Palace of justice
  • Churches of Santa Maria, Santa Cruz, Santiago, “Los Descalzos” and San Juan.

How to get to Écija from Seville

The distance between Seville and Ecija is 89 km and it will take you around an hour.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus. Book here your tickets in advance. 

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Besides being a cute, typical Andalusian town, Utrera boasts a large cultural heritage.

It is particularly famous for its olives and bull breeding. The village is also known for its handicrafts of bronze sculpturing, leather, and even paper making. For many, Utrera remains one of the few places where you can still enjoy authentic Flamenco music and dance as well. 

What to do in Utrera

  • Get to know about the origin of the Flamenco dance
  • Go for a walk around Barrio Santa Cruz
  • Visit the famous bar Latino
  • Go to Plaza Del Altozano
  • Visit local handicraft shops

How to get to Utrera from Seville

The distance between Seville and Utrera is 34 km.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

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Matalascañas is a popular destination among the tourists, mainly because of its bustling golden beaches and church. If you love beaches, then this is the place to be.

It’s also the closest beach to Seville.

What to sdo in Matalascañas

  • Visit Aires Africanos and try camel riding.
  • Go to playa de Matalascanas to walk along the beach.
  • Try horse riding at Doñana Hipica El Pasodoble
  • For a fun party night, visit Coto’s pub and Wonderland.

How to get to Matalascañas from Seville

Matalascañas is around 95 km from Seville, and it will take around 1 hour to reach.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus. Book here your tickets in advance. 

15. Sanlúcar de Barramedasanlucar de barrameda, beach near seville, day trips from seville, day tour from seville, things to do near seville

Sanlucar de Barrameda is the perfect place to visit with a group of friends or family. Come here to enjoy some delicious seafood, do some fun activities, and to take a look at the breath-taking sunsets. 

Sanlucar de Barrameda is famous for its sherry production and fabulous seafood. Visiting a winery in Sanlucar is thus a must!

What to do in Sanlucar de Barrameda

  • Visit the beautiful Plaza de Cabildo and Calle Ancha
  • Buy some fresh food from Mercado De Abastos
  • Walk with your beloved along the Paseo Maritimo and enjoy the sunset view
  • Try some fantastic seafood at Bajo De Guia
  • Visit the 12th century Medina Sidonia Palace

How to get to Sanlucar de Barrameda from Seville

The distance between Seville and Sanlucar de Barrameda is 116 km. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Sanlucar de Barrameda.

Book here your tour from Seville to Sanlucar de Barrameda.

16. Moguer

Moguer is a town in the La Tierra Llana region. Located peacefully on the banks of the Tinto river, this place is a favorite not only among travelers but among the local people too.

It is also the birthplace of Nobel prize in Literature awardee Juan Ramon Jimenez. The white streets of Moguer are perfect to wander around. Moguer is famous for its strawberries that are exported all over Europe.

What to do in Moguer

  • Visit the stunning Santa Clara Convent
  • Nuestra Senora de la Granada Church
  • Zenobia and Juan Ramón Jiménez House Museum
  • Taste their delicious strawberries

How to get to Moguer from Seville

The distance between Seville to Moguer is 86 km. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

17. Osuna

Who hasn’t watched Game of Thrones? If you are a fan of GOT, then watch the 5th season again. Some of the scenes were filmed in Osuna!

However, apart from that, this magnificent city is blessed with exquisite Baroque mansions and ancient 16th to 18th built churches. Osuna is definitely one of the best day trips from Seville. When visiting Osuna, you’ll discover a less known, authentic gem with a day trip from Seville.

What to do in Osuna

  • Try some Game of Thrones menu and dishes.
  • Visit the museum and know about its rich history.
  • Visit the locations of Game of Thrones series
  • Wander in the narrow streets and marvel at the marvelous housefronts.

How to get to Osuna from Seville

Osuna is 90 km away from Seville.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

18. Setenil de las Bodegassetenil de las bodegas, day trips from seville, day tour from seville, things to do near seville

The rocks which are the main features of Setenil de las Bodegas have made this place one of the favourites among the travelers. Indeed, its setting cannot be found anywhere else in Spain. 

The inhabitants of Setenil once used to live in caves which were protected by the rocks. The entire town was declared as Historic-Artistic heritage in 1985.

What to do Setenil de las Bodegas

  • Take a look at the houses built under the rocks.
  • Have a drink in a cave bar
  • Visit the Arab castle and Torre del Homenaje
  • Take a route of the white village via Ruta de los Molinos, Ruta de los Escarpes del Rio Trejo or the Ruta de los Bandoleros.

How to get to Setenil de las Bodegas from Seville

The distance between Seville and Setenil de las Bodegas is 119 km. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Setenil de la Bodegas.

Book here your tour from Seville to Setenil de las Bodegas.

19. Granada

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Breathtaking Alhambra

Travel from Seville to Granada in order to enjoy one of the most striking monuments in Spain: the Alhambra. Calculate at least 2 h hours to visit the most prominent building in Andalusia which used to be the palace of the Moors. 

However, there is much more to see in Granada. Take your time to wander to the Mirador de San Nicolas in order to enjoy the best views of the Alhambra. The caves of Sacromonte are famous for its Flamenco shows and the gitanos that used to live here. 

Granada is also famous for its tapas. It’s the only city in Spain where you get all your tapas for free with your drink. 

What to do in Granada

  • Visit Alhambra Palace, the residence of the Moorish kings
  • Treat yourself in Granada and sip a delicious drink with a plate full of mouth-watering tapas
  •  Take a hike to Sacromonte
  • Go to Calle Elvira in order to feel like in Morocco and enjoy a delicious mint tea.
  • Take a break from the tapas at the magical Fuente del Aceituno.

How to get from Granada from Seville

Granada is 251 km from Seville. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Granada.

Book here your day trip from Seville to Granada.

20. Cordoba

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La Mezquita

Once Spain’s capital during the Roman and Moorish time, Cordoba houses a famous mosque and some beautiful old quarter. 

Cordoba can’t be missing if you are looking for the best day trips from Seville. As UNESCO World Heritage town, Cordoba boasts a unique cultural and historical value that can be hardly found in any other town. The most prominent monument is the breathtaking mosque converted into a cathedral.

Visiting Cordoba is one of the classical day trips from Seville!

What to do in Cordoba

  • Visit the famous Mezquita which was built way back in the 8th to the 10th century.
  • Take pictures of patios at Calleja de las Flores.
  • Visit the most breathtaking palace Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos.
  • Take a look at the splendid Palacio de Viana.

How to get to Cordoba from Seville

The distance between Seville and Cordoba is 143 km.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Cordoba.

Book here your day trip from Seville to Cordoba.

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If you want to learn about Spain’s Islamic past, enjoy a blissful trip from Seville, Spain to Malaga. When looking for day trips from Seville to a vibrant town, you should definitely consider Malaga. 

The city on the Costa del Sol is the hometown of Pablo Picasso and is one of the most vibrant towns in Andalusia. Boasting many museums, countless handicraft shops, top restaurants, and several Moorish monuments, Malaga is a delight for everyone. The nightlife of Malaga is one of the best I’ve experienced. 

Malaga is much more than just a great day trip from Seville, thus I recommend having a look at where to stay in Malaga.

What to do in Malaga

  • Visit the Moorish fortress-palace- La Alcazaba and the Malaga Cathedral
  • Take a look at the grandeur view from Castillo de Gibralfaro.
  • Shop at Ataranzas Market

How to get to Malaga from Seville

The distance between Seville and Malaga is 210 km.

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus or train. Book here your tickets in advance. 

22. Gibraltarday trips from seville, day tour from seville, things to do near seville, from seville to morocco, from seville to granada, from seville to malaga

Gibraltar is famous for having been the “key to the Mediterranean” since 1713. It lies peacefully on the west side of the famous Rock. 

Even though it “hangs” on a small strip on the Spanish peninsula, Gibraltar is ruled by the British. Thus be ready to spot the famous red phone cabins, English policemen and taxis. Gibraltar is famous for its tunnels that make it one of the most coveted strongholds in Europe.

However, the real highlight of Gibraltar are its monkeys. They actually make Gibraltar one of the most popular day trips from Seville.

Be aware they can get really pushy when they want to get your food. Some might even steal your stuff! But don’t worry; most of them only want to play.

What to do in Gibraltar

  • Visit the 19th century old Trinity Lighthouse.
  • Wander through the tunnels of the rock.
  • Meet the monkeys of Gibraltar.
  • Take a ride at the Gibraltar nature reserve and cable car.
  • Go to the highest point at O’Hara’s Battery for a breath-taking view.
  • Visit the mesmerizing St. Michael’s cave.
  • Take a walk on the Gibraltar Skywalk and Windsor Suspension bridge.

How to get to Gibraltar from Seville

Seville to Gibraltar tour distance is 197.5 km. 

Rental Car: For more convenience and to enjoy the Andalusian countryside, you can rent a car. Check here the best rental prices.

Public transport: you can travel to this destination by bus to La Linea de la Concepción. Book here your tickets in advance. 

Guided Tour: Make the most of your time and take a guided tour from Seville to Gibraltar.

Book here your day trip from Seville to Gibraltar.

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If you are up to a getaway or a day trip from Seville that gives you the full dose of exotism, I recommend heading to Morocco. The closest town in Morocco that you can visit from Seville is Tangier. It’s Morocco in a nutshell! Thus a day trip from Seville to Morocco is a great way to visit more than only one country.

As a bustling harbor city, Tangier is an eclectic mix between European and Arab culture. In Tangier, you’ll enjoy the delights of Arab souks, food, and culture. If you want to see more of Morocco, you can easily book a multiple day getaway to Morocco from Seville.

What to see in Tangier, Morocco

  • Lose yourself in the Kasbah.
  • Visit the great mosque of Tangier
  • Try some mouth-watering orange juice in the street shops
  • Visit St Andrew Church
  • Visit the American Legation Museum
  • Visit Petit Socco to sip delightful mint tea

How to visit Tangier, Morocco from Seville

Seville to Morocco tour is at a distance of 248 km.

The best way to visit Tangier, Morocco from Seville is by a guided tour as the tour leaders will take care of visas, ferrys and ground transportation.

Book here your day trip from Seville to Tangier.

 

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