The route of the white villages in Andalusia

Andalusia is one of the Autonomous Communities of our country that receives more visitors every year, and it is that there you can find all kinds of towns and cities with a lot of charm and different styles so that you can find what you are looking for. Beaches, small towns , alleys … a perfect combination to which is added the good weather that tends to do almost all year round.

Between the provinces of Cádiz and Malaga you can find "the route of the white villages" , a route in which you will get to know many towns that share mountains and sea, often also surrounded by a spectacular natural environment. In addition, all these towns have white houses , typical in Andalusia, which leaves a very striking landscape with a lot of charm.

The style of these towns is due to a tradition that dates back several decades and that was to put the houses in this color to repel the heat , also decorating them with pots and flowers so that they could have some color. This route includes towns such as Zahara de la Sierra , Alcalá del Valle, Algodonales, Benaocaz, El Bosque, Prado del Rey, Torre Alháquime, Ubrique or Villamartín.

You can find the largest number of these towns in the Sierra region, which is in the province of Cádiz. One of the most outstanding is Arcos de la Frontera , one of the most beautiful towns in the entire country and which is in a strategic location on top of a mountain and with wonderful views of the Guadalete River. To be able to do the route you will have to deviate in some places to visit some towns so it is not in a straight line. A fantastic opportunity to discover one of the most beautiful areas of our country.