The whole southern tip of Spain is accessible from Seville, although with so many interesting places to visit along the coast, returning to Seville each day would become a chore if you tried to visit them all as day trips.
Everything on this page is reachable by public transport, but sometimes it might be easier to hire a car or take a guided tour:
See also: Top 50 Things to Do in Seville
The city of Granada is one of Spain's most popular destinations. It is one of the last cities to still maintain the tradition of giving free tapas with your food. And with the Alhambra fortress there too, you don't want to miss this city. In fact, a day is probably not enough time, so take your pick between a one-day or two-day tour below:
Nice old town that feels out of character for a busy city. Cordoba's Mezquita (mosque) is the biggest attraction.
The high-speed AVE train can get you from Seville to Cordoba in just 45 minutes, making it an excellent day trip from Seville. Take a guided tour of the city (see below) or make your own way there and then take this Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral Tour with Wine Tasting.
- Book a Day Trip to Cordoba from Seville (book direct)
- Two-Day Cordoba Day Trip
- Cordoba Tourist Guide
Probably the most famous of the pueblos blancos, built astride a deep ravine, with impressive bridges joining the two sides.
A nice old town on a peninsula on the south coast, Cadiz has beaches, history, a nice climate and great fish.
A small city, famous for its sherry production and horse festival.
Good for windsurfing, whale watching and trips to Morocco.
Some of the most complete Roman ruins you'll find outside of Italy. Close enough to do in a morning (ruins close early (about 5pm) so make the trip early).
Ancient dolmens and a funny-shaped rock with a romantic history.
A pleasant town with a nearby nature reserve, the region around Utrera is where bulls are bred for bullfighting.
Arcos de la Frontera
A pueblo blanco (white village) on the top of a cliff.
A nice walled city with a Roman necropolis.
The closest beach to Seville.
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