Seville City Transfer – The Best Way to Travel Around Southern Spain

This view of Seville could be yours with our private transfer

Seville is a well connected city. By train or bus you can get to more or less anywhere else in Spain or Portugal with but a few connections. There are reliable companies running services nationwide: Renfe for train, and Alsa for bus. It’s not all sunshine and roses though, buses can be cramped and slow and the trains often require a tedious transfer; not to mention how loathsome figuring out the logistics can be! That’s why we at Not Just A Tourist offer an alternative, for the same price as the train, we’ll provide a door to door service to/from Seville to any of the following destinations:

Lisbon:

As the capital of Portugal, Lisbon is a labyrinth of culture and history. Dart about the hilltops and marvel at the pastel coloured buildings, comparing and contrasting the city with the resplendent elegance of Seville. Although they share many similarities, it has never been easy to get between Lisbon and Seville – until now. We’ll whisk you through the picturesque countryside while you relax and prepare for the adventures awaiting you in your next destination. Why worry about making your connections when you can sit back in luxury and be chauffeured through serene landscapes?

The red roofs of Lisbon

Lisbon via Algarve or Evora:

Want to make a day of your transfer? We can take you to see the Algarve or Evora. You’ll see Celtic stone circles where the lives of millennia gone by still feel almost tangible. Later, leap forward a few centuries to the impressively well preserved Roman town of Evora. To see all these places any other way would require multiple changes of bus or train and a couple of taxis. With our transfer, however, the inconvenience of finding your way will be the furthest things from your mind as you glide past countless vineyards.

Algarve:

If you’re looking for a beach getaway their are few better places than Portugal’s Algarve. Famed worldwide for its pristine beaches and golf resorts, intertwined with ancient fishing villages and wetland parks, this is the perfect place to unwind. Such peacefulness comes at a price, though: Southern Portugal is not the easiest of places to get around. If you combine your visit there with a city break in Seville, however, we will take care of the journeying for you, leaving you to your blissful state of repose.

A perfect beach hidden amongst the rocks in the Alrgarve

Morocco and Tarifa:

Marvel at the whitewashed villages as we drive you through the stunning landscape of Andalusia to Tarifa. Our local drivers will answer all your questions and leave you with a greater appreciation of southern Spain and the many cultures that came together to create it. This is an appreciation which will stand you in good stead as we make sure you get safely onto the ferry and see you off to Morocco. Along the drive you will marvel at the dramatic landscape, and incredibly narrow Straight of Gibraltar before you cross it for yourself and move from Europe to Africa.

The whitewashed roofs of Tangier

It’s more than just the simple transfer we can arrange for you, however; we can also add in guided day trips.

Granada via Cordoba:

If you’re looking to go between Seville and Granada, how about we take you for a day in Cordoba on the way. Cordoba was the capital and largest city of the eponymous Caliphate for one hundred years in the tenth century and still has many well preserved buildings from that period. How else could you sample the three Moorish capitals in the same day? What’s more, the stress of worrying about making buses and trains is completely eliminated. Providing you with the perfect trip is our business and we take it very seriously.

A view of Cordoba at sunset

Granada via Ronda:

If two cities in a day is enough for you, we offer an alternative. Why not visit Ronda to sample rural Andalusia and see the ancient cliff top town’s stunning ‘new bridge’? One of the most important towns to the culture of southern Spain, this is where the Andalusian flag was unveiled in 1918. It’s also where bull fighting developed in the centuries prior. You’ll spend a day here, bookended by a peaceful drive through idyllic countryside before you arrive in regal Granada.

A view of the Alhambra with snow-capped mountains behind

Malaga via Ronda:

Why rush from Andalusia’s cultural capital to it’s major beach resort when you can take the scenic route? Let us drive you through the breathtaking mountains of Malaga province, stopping in Ronda en route to learn about what makes Andalusian culture so unique. There’s no need to worry about your luggage either as it will be safely tucked away in our spacious cars whilst you enjoy your tour.

View of the Puente Nueva in Ronda

Seville shore excursions:

Not only will we transfer you between Seville and Cadiz, but we will also happily give you an unforgettable day trip to Seville from Cadiz or Huelva. If you’re on a cruise, this is the perfect option for you! We’ll pick you up and drop you off at the boat and show you all the amazing monuments the Andalusian capital has to offer, with your choice from any of our many award winning tours. Taste unforgettable tapas, hear legends from Seville’s storied past, and see the world heritage sites which furnish this exceptional city. The only thing you’ll have to worry about is which stories to tell your friends first!

In Cadiz from your cruise? come on a shore excursion to Seville

Of course, as a bespoke tour company, these are just customisable examples. Wherever you’d like to go to, or whatever you’d like to see on the way, reach out to us and we’ll take pleasure in making it happen.

So, what’s stopping you? Choose the best option in city transfers and let us make your vacation the relaxing, magical experience it should be.

Davey Womack is a tour guide and avid traveller. To read about his adventures around the world, visit his personal blog.

17 thoughts on “Seville City Transfer – The Best Way to Travel Around Southern Spain

  1. Lamya Khyrullah says:

    We are 4 people and travelling from Granada To Seville and want to check out Ronda and the Alhambra palace on the way.This will be in September 23/24 2022. I would like to know the price per person.

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Lamya,

      Thanks for reaching out. We can arrange a private transfer for you from Granda to Seville with a stop in Alhambra and Ronda but I would highly recommend that you visit Alhambra the previous day. This way you will have more time for both Alhambra and Ronda and sites and villages on the way. I am going to share some suggestions with you shortly.

      Thanks!
      Mahsa

  2. Nina says:

    Hi,

    I’m interested in hiring a private transfer for 4 people in July from Seville to Granada. How much woulud it cost?

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Nina,

      There are many different options to travel from Seville to Granada. You can go directly or stop in Cordoba or Ronda or Malaga and visit those towns and the main sites on your way. Which option do you prefer?

      Mahsa

  3. Abbi says:

    Hello,

    I would like to travel from Granada to Seville on December 26, 2021. We will have a total of 4 passengers. We are hoping to stop in either Ronda or Cordoba on the way. Please let me know your availability and prices.

  4. Iva says:

    Hi. We are a couple of 2 and we would like to go from Granada to Seville tomorrow 29.10.21.
    We would also stay in Seville then.
    How much would it cost to go directly and how much if we make a stop in Ronda?

    Thanks.

  5. Kim Tinsley says:

    Hello,
    My husband and I would like to travel from Sevilla to Granada on 12Oct. Only one way. Can you give me a price?
    Thank you,
    Kim

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Kim,

      Thanks for getting in touch with us. Sure! We can arrange a private transfer for you from Seville to Granada and it can be direct or with some nice stops in a few beautiful locations such as Ronda or Cordoba on the way so that you can maximize your visit. I will send you a more detailed email shortly.

      Gracias!

  6. Vivek says:

    Hi There – We want to go from Seville to Granada via Cardoba and back to Seville.. We are 4 people. Let me know if this is possible and what would be the cost ? We will be in Seville from 24-25-26 June.

    Gracias. Vivek

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Vivek,

      I am Mahsa. It is not possible to visit Granada and Cordoba in the same day on a day trip from Seville. You can either do two different day trips from Seville to Granada and Cordoba or have a transfer to Granada from Seville with a stop in Cordoba and reach Granada in the afternoon. This way you can visit Granada in the evening or next day and if you wish we can organize another transfer for you from Granada back to Seville the next day. This can be either a direct transfer or passing by Ronda for example which is very nice too.

      I hope this helps.

      Thank you!

  7. Sanjeev says:

    Hi,

    We would like to go to Grenada from Seville on April 7th and also come back the same day. Can you please send options. Also can you help with Alhambra tickets.

    • Mahsa says:

      Hi Sanjeev,

      Thanks for contacting Not Just a Tourist. I think what you would like to to have is a day trip from Seville to Granada where you can visit Granada and Alhambra and be back in Seville in the evening. This is perfectly possible. Please let me know how many people are in your party so that I can check the availability of the skip the line tickets for Alhambra for you.

      Warm regards,
      Mahsa

  8. Raman says:

    Hi, our family of 4 adults plan to travel from Granada to Seville on 6-March-2019. Could you send me details for the travel (private transfer) via Ronda, Córdoba and direct.

  9. Hanmei Wang says:

    Hello, My family will go to Seville from Granada on 12/27. I’m interested in this private transfer Granada via Ronda or Cordoba. Could you give us more details about it? What kind of the car, how much… ?

    Thanks,

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