We are going to Spain in August through Labor Day this year. For one leg of our journey, we are considering taking a full day and driving from Granada to Sevilla with possible stops in Ronda and Arcos. Thoughts? Is this doable? We will pick up the car at 8:00 in Granada, and we don't have to be into Seville until late. If we check into our hotel in Seville by 21:00 (or even a little later) we will be happy as we will have another couple days in Seville afterwards. Thanks in advance for your input.
It is doable. Arcos takes you a little out of the way, but you could go to Ronda, Grazalema and Zahara de la Sierra, for example.
Thank you, I will look into those other towns as well.
Two days is a short visit to Seville. I would rather have most of that day in Seville than in secondary places like Ronda and the white villages.
Thanks for the feedback. We are definitely planning to drive, so we just figured stopping a couple of times would be a fun way to see the countryside. Maybe we will just make two shorter stops and get to Seville in the afternoon instead of the evening. Thanks!