Holiday Homes Seville
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114 holiday rentals found in Seville
Do you want to go on holidays and you are looking for a holiday home in Seville? Lucky you, as here you will find the best selection of the holiday rentals in the province of Seville.
On our webpage, we provide you with a wide offer of holiday homes and dream villas so that you can find the rental that suits your needs. Spend an unforgettable holiday on the outskirts of the Andalusian capital city!
Rentals in town and elegant villas
The offer of holiday homes on the outskirts of Seville varies, for you to choose the one that fits you best. Holiday homes a few kilometres from Seville, to rejoice in frequent day trips to the capital city; splendid rentals on the outskirts, in the streets of several towns that deserve a visit; luxury villas with private pool, in ancient palaces that provide a dreamlike experience.
Villas with private pool
To make the most of your holidays in this Andalusian area, famous for the high temperatures, we provide you with a selection of villas with private pool. Their spacious patios and relaxing Jacuzzis offer you and your family several areas where unwinding. All the comforts ensure you will make the most of the climatic conditions in Andalucia, thus including the inland and the coast.
The province of Seville, between countryside and mountains
In addition to the fabulous capital Seville, the province offers several hideouts that deserve a visit.
In the north, there is the Natural Park of Sierra Norte, where you can feel the contact with nature, and practice open-air activities, such as hiking, horse riding and cyclotourism.
The outskirts of the capital city, especially the Aljarafe, offers dream villas for spending unforgettable holidays. Likewise, the countryside that envelops the city, which divides into the Campiña de Sevilla and the Campiña of Morón and Marchena, are must-sees in your visit to the area. If you prefer to enjoy nature, take into consideration the Sierra Sur, the Vega Alta and the Vega del Guadalquivir. Lastly, the region of Bajo Guadalquivir is ideal for a getaway to the nearby city of Jerez de la Frontera.
You will realise that several towns in the surroundings of Seville are must-sees that you should add to your route throughout Andalucia and truly know the culture of the south of Spain. One of them is Osuna, one of the quaintest towns in the province of Seville, characterised by Baroque buildings and 16th- and 18th-century churches. Besides, if you’re a fan of GOT, know that Osuna was used as the set for filming some scenes of the popular TV series, thus becoming a must-stop for cinephiles.
What to see in Seville?
Seville, the capital city of this picturesque Spanish region, surprises the tourists with its colours, history, authentic culture and charm. There are several things which you can admire while visiting the city: the magnificent Plaza de España, decorated with tiles that represent the most important happenings of the Spanish provinces; the World Heritage Site Real Alcázar, the impressive Cathedral, the typical districts and the splendid vires of the Guadalquivir, Spain’s biggest river.
And if you’re planning to go on holidays to Seville in April, you will live the most important and most characteristic event in the city, the April Fair.
Your holiday rental in Seville
Now that you know everything you can do in the Sevillan province, you will only need to book the perfect holiday rental. Make the most of the closeness to the capital city and the countryside enveloping Seville; enjoy your privacy in the private pool of one of the holiday homes in the province of Seville. All of this will make you fall in love with the city and its outskirts in a matter of seconds.
The most interesting areas in Sevilla
Frequently Asked Questions about Sevilla
How much does a stay in a Seville holiday home cost?
Staying in a holiday home in Seville costs on average €40 p.p./per night. Depending on the season, prices can range from €37 p.p./per night in January to €47 p.p./per night in September.
What are the most affordable towns in the province of Seville?
Which holiday homes in Seville are recommended for families?
The best homes in Seville if you're travelling with family are:
- Holiday villa ideal for groups in the Sierra Sur of Seville
- Charming villa between Seville and Cordoba
- Holiday home with splendid indoor patio in Seville province
This selection is based on the feedback of other holidaymakers, in particular families with children. You can find more feedback by filtering by 'Type of traveller' on our website.
Which are the best holiday homes in Seville?
The best holiday homes in Seville are:
- Villa with well-maintained outdoor area between Seville and Antequera
- Holiday home in a fenced property with a chill-out area in Seville province
To see more options for holiday homes in Seville, order by 'Number of comments' and filter by 'Rating' above 9.
What can you see in Seville in two days?
Seville offers a wide range of things to do and sights to see. If you're staying in Seville for a couple of days, you can visit the Cathedral, the Real Alcázar, the Torre del Oro or Gold Tower, the neighbourhoods of Santa Cruz and Triana, and the fabulous Plaza de España. You can get more ideas by reading the post on what to see in Seville in two days.
What can you do in Seville for free?
Many landmarks in Seville can be visited for free. Sites such as the cathedral, the Real Alcázar, the Torre del Oro and many museums open their doors for free on a specific day of the week (usually Sunday or Monday). Check here to see further info on what to see for free in Seville.
Where is Seville?
Seville is located in the west of Andalucia, which is in southern Spain. It is the regional capital, and lies 200 km/ 124 miles from Malaga, 145 km/ 90 miles from Cordoba, and 120km/ 74 miles from Cadiz.
How do you get to Seville?
Seville has an airport of its own, San Pablo, located 10 km/ 6 miles to the north of the city. There are various ways of getting to the centre of Seville from the airport: by bus on the EA line, which goes from the arrivals terminal to the city centre and back every 20-25 minutes.
Seville is also connected to Malaga (and other Spanish cities) via the AVE (High-Speed Trains), in case you travel to/from a different airport. If you’d rather travel by car, you can rent one at the airport. Via the highways and roads that connect Seville with its province and the rest of Andalucia, you will have the possibility of reaching the region’s hideouts that are worth a visit.
When is best to visit Seville?
You can travel to Seville all year round. Each season offers numerous opportunities to enjoy the city and province, from cultural events such as the Feria (Fair) and Semana Santa (Holy Week), to flamenco performances and theme parks for the hottest days of the year.