Budget Cycling Holidays in Seville

Seville Street

Budget cycling holidays in Seville are more popular than ever before. There has never been a better time to cycle past some of the city’s gorgeous parks and splendid Moorish architecture.

Seville, the capital of Andalucia in southern Spain, has undergone a cycling revolution in recent years. There are 120 km of cycle lanes available, making it one of the best-served cities in Spain for cycling.

Book your holiday now and wake up in a boutique hostel in Seville.

Seville Street
Picture: Anna McTygue

Seville is a hot, passionate city with an old world charm. Tapas bar nestle inside medieval streets, blooming gardens are full of orange trees and azulejo tiles sparkle on magnificent buildings.

You won’t find a more attractive destination than Seville on any European vacation. With a superb range of hostels available in the city you can save a fortune going local when visiting Andalucia.

Where to cycle in Seville

Picture: Susannah Taplin
Picture: Susannah Taplin

With an 80-mile cycle network connecting every corner of the city, the 2,500 bike hire scheme has been a huge success. Sunshine is almost guaranteed in Seville, especially from April until October, so you can plan your trip without worrying about the weather.

Seville’s cyclists are protected from cars by a kerb and a fence. Making it safe and attractive for people of all ages and abilities to cycle in the city.

Alcazar Palace

Explore the city’s magnificent Cathedral, Plaza de España and the romantic courtyards of Alcazar Palace. Seville’s Cathedral is Christopher Columbus´ burial site and is the third largest in the world.

Alcazar Palace (see above) is considered to be one of the most beautiful in Spain and captures the historic wonders of the Mediterranean. Seville is a fascinating city to explore on bike and foot.

Carmona

Cyclists can access a network of beautiful bike paths in Seville allowing you to explore its neighbouring towns and villages.

If you want to cycle further afield then the historical road between Seville and Carmona is a fantastic choice. Go past olive fields and arrive in the hot dusty village of Carmona with its magnificent 15th century tower.

Surrounded by beautiful orange trees and olive trees, cycling in Seville is a life affirming experience you’re never likely to forget.

Book your holiday now and explore one of Spain’s most romantic and beautiful cities.

Seville Barrio
Picture: José Manuel Azcona

How much does it cost to cycle in Seville?

Short-term users must pay a refundable 150 Euro deposit, returnable at the end of the week, to ensure the bikes are neither stolen or damaged.

Weekly registration fee: €12.30
First 30 minutes: Free
1st hour (after the first 30 minutes): €1
2nd hour or more: €2

Where to stay in Seville?

Un Patio En Santa Cruz

  • Samay Hostel Sevilla is a friendly hostel situated in the heart of Sevilla’s oldest and most romantic neighbourhood “Barrio Santa Cruz”. Rooms are available from €17.04.
  • Hostal Florida is a cute attractive hostel only a few minutes walk from the city’s Cathedral. Perfect for first-time arrivals in Seville. Rooms are available from €16.45.
  • SevillaDream Hostel is a modern Wi-Fi friendly hostel that is only a 10-minute walk from Maria de las Cuevas Monastery. This hostel offers a bar, terrace and 24-hour front desk. Rooms are available from €12.68.
  • Un Patio En Santa Cruz is a quaint 18th century Sevillian house. Offering fine service and quality rooms to flashpackers and low cost travellers. Rooms are available from €40.60.