Motorhome route through the white villages of Andalusia


Destinations to enjoy a dream bridge, between white houses with colorful flowers, nature and labyrinthine streets

The last month of every year always comes with many rituals. It’s time
summarize mentally and appreciate all the events of the year, propose new challenges and take advantage of the past few weeks to achieve the goals set months ago.

One of the proposals for the days of long weekends and holidays ahead is to visit the 5 most beautiful white villages of Andalusia by motorhome.

The famous Route of the White Cities runs through different corners of Málaga and Cádiz, each of which is a lot more special. As explained by Yescapa, these destinations are a good alternative for these dates thanks to their tradition of Christmas sweets, such as l
The famous alfajores or bread of Cádiz from Cádiz or the typical pestiños from Málaga. And of course at many Christmas markets you will find Christmas markets where you can find details and gifts that make these days even more special.

Start of the route through Cadiz,
Olvera is the first mandatory stop. The city center has been declared a Historic-Artistic Site and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and typical towns in Andalusia. With whitewashed houses perched on a hill and natural views worthy of a story, this destination will not leave you indifferent. In addition to the charm of its streets, do not miss a visit to the Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación Church, the Arab Castle and the Barrio de la Villa.

Setenil de las Bodegas It is one of the rural destinations par excellence in the country that should not be missed on this route. The houses are not only notable for the color that makes them on this list, but also for their location: they are built under a rock ledge. Walking along Calle Cuevas del Sol and Calle Cuevas de la Sombra will make your motorhome route something unique. Also, this city is beautiful even from the road. Stop along the way, watch from a distance and enjoy the view.

Border arches It is famous not only for its medieval palaces, its Jewish quarter or its Callejón de las Monjas, with its beautiful churches; but also for its gastronomy. This small town in Cádiz triumphs for its Christmas fritters, because as these dates approach, some cafeterias serve fritters for free.

The fourth stop on this route enters the province of Malaga.
Ronda, also known as the dream city of Andalusia, is located in Malaga and is the third most visited city in the community. Here you can enjoy the three neighborhoods in which the city is divided: El Mercadillo, La Ciudad and San Francisco. And you cannot end the day without visiting some of the most emblematic corners, such as the New Bridge -98 meters high-, the Mondragón Palace, the Puerta de Almocábar or the Arab Baths.

To finish the route, the fifth day of the bridge
you can spend it in Casares, a town worthy of a postcard. With the typical white houses of this route, the destination stands out for its incredible landscape of valleys and hills. An obligatory excursion in this part of Malaga full of history is the castle of Arab origin, located in the highest part of the city.

Source: La Verdad


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