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The Green Paradise of Seville

TRAVEL INFORMATION FOR THE "SIERRA NORTE DE SEVILLA"

mapHow to get there:

By car

View our Google map to get travel directions to each one of the villages in the Sierra Norte.

To find your way in Andalusia and in the Sierra Norte de Sevilla, we can advise you two good roadmaps:
Michelin, number 446, Andalucía - Costa del Sol (scale 1:200.000) or
Euromap/Geocenter, Costa del Sol - Andalucía (scale 1:300.000)

From Sevilla:


The old road to Córdoba, former A-431 (on part of this road the road numbers have changed) through Alcalá del Rio, Villaverde, Cantillana, Lora del Río and Peñaflor.
From Cantillana the A-432 to El Pedroso, Cazalla de la Sierra, Alanís and Guadalcanal
From Lora del Río the A-455 to Constantina
From Peñaflor the SE-140 to La Puebla de los Infantes

To go to El Real de la Jara and Almadén de la Plata, drive north, taking the N-630 Sevilla-Mérida, and then take the A-465
From Córdoba:

The old road to Seville, the A-431 via Almodóvar del Río, Posadas, Peñaflor, Lora del Río and Cantillana
From Peñaflor the SE-140 to La Puebla de los Infantes
From Lora del Río the A-455 to Constantina
From Cantillana the A-432 de El Pedroso, Cazalla de la Sierra, Alanís and Guadalcanal

To get to Almadén de la Plata and El Real de la Jara, follow the A-431 to Villaverde del Río, where you change direction to Burguillos and Castilblanco de los Arroyos
From Mérida:
The N-630 towards Seville, and take the A-463 to El Real de la Jara and Almadén de la Plata
To enter the Sierra Norte de Sevilla through Guadalcanal, first take the N-630 to Seville, the exit to Llerena from where you follow the N-432 to Guadalcanal

By taxi

You can book a taxi with : Taxi Benito Romero or Taxi Forero


Rental Cars
You can hire a car from:
By train

The train Seville-Mérida has three stations in the Sierra Norte, namely El Pedroso, Cazalla/Constantina and Guadalcanal. It is a regional stopping train, a so-called Cercanía, number C-3. For the regional stopping train, click on: Cercanías
The website of the Spanish railway company Renfe gives detailed information in Spanish and English. On that website you'll also find information about the high speed train Madrid-Seville, the AVE. Through the site you can also make reservations for this and other trains

By bus

The bus company Valenzuela connects Seville - from the bus station Plaza de Armas - with the villages in the Sierra Norte. Consult their time table
If you want to travel cheap, there is a good bus connection between Madrid and Seville by Socibus. The ride lasts 5 to 6 hours, but it is economic.
Do you want to travel by bus through Europe? Eurolines also stops in Seville.

Damas conects Seville with El Real de la Jara.
From Seville airport: Tussam runs a service between Sevilla and airport San Pablo. ⇒time table

Airplane

If you travel by airplane, you'd best fly to Seville. From there you can take a bus, the train or rent a car to come to the Sierra Norte de Sevilla. These companies have (direct) flights to Seville:


For buses between San Pablo airport Sevilla and Sevilla town,  ⇒consult time table
You can also fly to Malaga, Jerez de la Frontera or Madrid and travel further by bus, train or rental car

Distances

Amsterdam - Cazalla de la Sierra: 2,400 km
Seville - Cazalla de la Sierra: 80 km
Cordoba - Cazalla de la Sierra: 130 km

For more maps and driving directions:

www.mappy.com
www.viamichelin.com