We will offer you the possibility to discover this beautiful city with more than 3000 years old. Tartessos, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians have occupied it for centuries leaving its mark after centuries of life in this city, making it an important point in its sea and land route. The Romans called it Híspalis, the Isbiliya Muslims, becoming with the discovery of the New World an important port of departure and arrival of the ships that colonized the new lands.
A really beautiful city of southern Spain, we invite you to discover it at any time of the year, and not only during its famous Fair or its Holy Week.
If you want to experience this helicopter trip with us, we will wait for you at the helipad on the Istán road, km.2. You can park the vehicles outside the helipad. We will be happy to receive you at our facilities.
Our ground assistance team will assist you and provide you with all the information you need about the trip you are going to take with us. Together with our pilots they will show you the helicopters that we have in our company. Before boarding we will inform you of the safety measures you should know when you fly by helicopter.
Everyone prepared? We start engines!
After taking off and rising over the Rio Verde valley, we can observe the views that Marbella, the capital of the Costa del Sol offers us. After a few minutes of flight, we will reach the city of Ronda.
At the foot of Mount Torrecilla (the highest mountain in the province of Malaga 1919 m.) Appears one of the oldest cities in Spain, with Neolithic origins. From the Roman time this area had great importance as evidenced by the archaeological remains found in the Roman city of Acipino and in Ronda.
With the fall of the Roman Empire, the centre of attention falls on Ronda, even though it was a small population in the Middle Ages, it was of great importance, becoming the capital of one of the Taifa kingdoms that appeared after the fall of the Caliphate of Cordoba (capital of Takurunna).
The most important role is obtained during the Nasrid era since it would be the border of the kingdom of Granada with the Christian enclaves. Conquered by the Catholic Monarchs in 1485, today we can still observe the urban transformations that occurred during that time. But it is in the 18th century when Ronda stands out as a city of importance. From that time, we have the most significant monuments such as the New Bridge and the Bullring.
In a few minutes we will enter the Cadiz countryside, with similarities to the Italian Tuscan, highlighting populations such as El Gastor, Algodonales or the wonderful town of Zahara de la Sierra, of Muslim origin (“Zahra” – flower) and finally reconquered by the Kings Catholics in 1483 starting the Christian campaign against the kingdom of Granada.
Entering the Sevilla countryside, we will fly over the Coronil, a Roman settlement that coined its own currency.
Reaching important populations such as Utrera and Dos Hermanas we can see the irrigation of the Guadalquivir River valley, where rice plantations that extend from Seville to the mouth of the river in the Atlantic Ocean stand out.
On our arrival at the Seville airport we will be accompanied by the views of the wonderful Giralda of the cathedral, the Alamillo bridge, Triana tower that rises majestically over the city.
Seville is the capital of the homonymous province and the autonomous community of Andalusia.
It has 688 811 inhabitants in 2018.6 making it the most populous city in Andalusia, the fourth in Spain after Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia and the 32nd in the European Union. The municipality has an area of 140.8 km². The metropolitan area of Seville is made up of 46 municipalities, includes a population of 1 535 379 inhabitants in 2016) and occupies an area of 4905.04 km².
Seville is one of the cities with the most monuments listed in Europe. Its historic centre is one of the largest in Spain. Its historical and monumental heritage and its various scenic and cultural spaces constitute it as a recipient city of national and international tourism. It is the third capital of Spain by number of visitors, after Barcelona and Madrid. Among its most representative monuments are the cathedral (which includes the Giralda), the Alcazar, the Archivo de Indias and the Torre del Oro, the first three of which were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO jointly in 1987.
The port of Seville, located about 70 km from the Atlantic Ocean, is the only seaport in Spain in an inland city. The Guadalquivir River is navigable from its mouth in Sanlúcar de Barrameda to the Spanish capital, although the size of the boats that access the city is limited by a sluice with a maximum draft of 8.5 m and the Centennial ring road that limits air draft at 42 m. 1920
Seville has a developed road and rail transport network, as well as an international airport, where we will land.
Thanks to the celebration of the Ibero-American Exhibition of 1929, the city experienced a great urban development marked by the creation of parks and the construction of buildings designed for this event, such as the María Luisa Park or the Plaza de España. The Universal Exhibition of 1992 left as a legacy in the city an important improvement of the infrastructure, mainly in the terrestrial and aeronautical communications, among which the railway access of the AVE to the Santa Justa station stands out. Also,
In 1992 it hosts in the headquarters of the Cartuja the Expo area, and then the technology Park, the Isla Mágica, a theme leisure park.
With the landing authorization granted by the control tower and with our staff waiting on the ground we proceed to the airport approach. Our clients will be picked up by helicopter and accompanied outside the airport where a possible guide will transfer them by private vehicle to the city centre to begin a visit that will surprise them.
Let Seville awaken your senses: enjoy your views, let the smell of orange blossom intoxicate you, allow music to enter your body, let yourself fall in love with the fantastic people and of course, prepare for a wonderful tapa.
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