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Pueblos Blancos Tour Company

Planning Sept 2021 trip to Spain. We want to see Cordoba, Granada and Seville and a couple of Pueblos Blancos. We do not want to drive. Can anyone recommend a company for a tour of the Pueblos Blancos. We would start that tour in either Seville or Granada, tour Pueblos Blancos and end at the city from which we did not start. WE will viit Seville, Granada and Cordoba on our own since no car needed. Thanks,
Gladys

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All standard tours I've ever seen advertised were round trips. It appears the company MyDayTrip, which provides private transfers, has associates serving Andalucia, and I know it allows for sightseeing stops in transit. I've never done what you're proposing, but I've seen a few positive comments about MyDayTrip on the forum. I believe those posts concerned trips in central Europe rather than Spain, but I don't see any reason why the concept wouldn't work for seeing the white villages.

I'd recommend fiddling around with ViaMichelin.com to get rough driving times so you have an idea of what you can manage in one day. Driving to the little villages can be slow, and of course you'll want to have time to get out and walk around.

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I like Viator.com I understand that they are a consolidator of private tour companies; but, I've used their service extensively and have never been disappointed.

It looks like they have a few tours. Buen viaje!

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Yes, Viator is just a re-seller. There have been occasional reports on the forum from travelers who saw an interesting listing on Viator, Googled some key verbiage from the description and managed to find the website of the company operating the tour. Sometimes the travelers saved money by booking directly; other times they succeeded in getting all the money into the hands of the tour operator, with none going to the middle man. (There have been reports here that Viator takes a 25% commission, but I have no way to verify that.) I do not know that Viator offers the sort of service Gladys is looking for, but I haven't checked.