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Private Full-Day Tour of Ronda from Marbella
"Enjoy Ronda a city first founded by the Romans as a fortified post. You will be picked up from your hotel in Marbella then taken on an approximate 1-hour excursion to the city of Ronda that will allow you the opportunity to see the city in all it's splendor. Among many of the monuments and sights you can choose to see are the Bridges of Ronda three bridges spanning the Tajo canyon named Puente Romano Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo. You may also explore sites such as the former Town Hall Corrida Goyesca
From EUR110.00
 
Ronda Guided City Tour
"Discover the unique heritage of the beautiful city of Ronda nestled in a stunning rocky platform gash cut by the river which divides it. From the New Bridge which serves as a connection between the old medina and the new you'll see vertiginous and beautiful views.  Visit the house of Don Bosco a modernist palace from the beginning of s. XX which represents the typical dwelling of Ronda with a beautiful courtyard decorated with tiles Nazari evocation. Its gardens have a great interest because of its location
From EUR60.00
 
Private Ronda City Tour from Malaga
"Enjoy pick up from from your hotel or house and transfer to Ronda in airconditioned luxury car. Drive through country side and admire white villages dotting the landscape. Spend a day in one of Spain´s most historic citiesCross the impressive Pue Ronda´s most famous landmark which straddles the deep Gorge and connects the Moorish part of Ronda with the modern part of the city. Here you can truly appreciate the rugged gorge and the beautiful country landscape. There are many attractions worth visiting in Ronda.  The Arab built at the end of the 13th century are the best preserved in Spain.   The old wall and gate to the city give a unique glimpse into Ronda´s Islamic past.   The Palacio de Mondragon houses the municipal museum and has some spectacular gardens.  It was built and reside"""Spend a day touring Ronda
From EUR79.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Ronda

Prehistoric Caves- La Pileta

Ronda has a few prehistoric caves not too far away. The important one is located outside the village of Benojoan. A bit difficult to reach, it is about 25 km (16 miles) from Ronda. There is a train...
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GentleSpirit
Mar 18, 2013

Shrine of Our Lady of Sorrows

The Shrine of Our Lady of Sorrows (templete de Nuestra Senora de Dolores) is one of those things that the tour guides often don't mention because it has much to do with the darker side of the city....
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GentleSpirit
Mar 18, 2013

Marbella and the Costa del Sol

I went to Ronda on a daytrip from Marbella, but of course you can also do it the other way round. Marbella is a vibrant beach resort at the Costa del Sol which is dominated by the tourism industry. It...
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HORSCHECK
Feb 23, 2013

San Sebastian Minaret

This minaret used to be belong to one of the mosques in Ronda. When the Christians took over mosques were converted over to Churches, which is part of what gives churches in Spain their rather unique...
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GentleSpirit
Dec 15, 2012

scenic train route from Ronda to Algeciras

This route was recommended as a very scenic train journey to take - and it was part of the reason to go from where Id flown from London to Malaga on my way to Morocco via Ronda - to see the very...
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angiebabe
Jul 14, 2009

Take a Drive to the Pueblos Blancos

To see the famous White Villages at their absolute best it's hard to beat the A369 road from Ronda to Jimena de la Frontera.Numerous 'Miradors' along the road are effectively viewpoints in all the...
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Wowmoment
Jun 26, 2008
 
 
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Arab Baths

The Arab Baths are reached by rudimentary steps from the Puente Viejo (old bridge) below the Salvatierra palacio. They are said to be one of the best surviving examples of original Arabic hammams,...
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sandysmith
Jul 14, 2007

Pueblos blancos

Ronda lies high in the mountains and is surrounded by other white villages (pueblos blancos). Many of them are fortified and lie high on a hill for protection.Make a tour around the lovely landscape...
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Helga67
Jun 06, 2007

Park

Our hotel in Ronda was opposite a nice park, which was the first thing we visited in the town. At the end of the park there were fantastic views across the valley to the mountains in the distance. It...
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barryg23
Dec 05, 2006

Paseo de Orson Welles

Orson Welles was one of the most famous visitors to Ronda. He is buried in Ronda in the grounds of the family home of Antonio Ordoñez, a famous bullfighter, with whom Welles struck up a friendship. A...
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barryg23
Dec 05, 2006

San Francisco District

South of the Old Town, beyond the Almocabar gate lies the San Francisco district of town, the third and least visited district of Ronda. There are fewer things to see in this district but perhaps that...
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barryg23
Dec 05, 2006

Fuente de los Ocho Canos

One of the things I liked about Granada And Ronda was the water fountains which you could sell all around these cities. There are still very much in use and as the locals drink from them I assume they...
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barryg23
Dec 05, 2006

The Moorish Town Walls

The town walls were built by the Moors when they controlled Ronda. In medieval times, Ronda's strategic position made it difficult to attack. However, there were parts of the town that were...
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barryg23
Dec 05, 2006

It rocked - La Cueva de la Pileta

NOTE: Bring patience, seriousness, a flashlight & shoes with good traction. You must be able to walk over rough terrain to climb from the carpark up to the mouth of the cave, where you wait for...
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LambsOnTheLoose
May 13, 2006

Top Hotels in Ronda

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Calle Real 40, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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Plaza de Espana s/n, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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San Miguel s/n, Ronda, Costa del Sol, Spain
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Fuente de la Higuera Bajo 7, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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Calle Tenorio 8, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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c/ Virgen de la Paz 24, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Ronda

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Museo del Bandolero

I liked it. It has two floors and you will see many exhibits of the bandits, especially during the XIX century, in the times when Napoleon invaded Spain. The ticket is cheap and is worth the visit, in...
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Puente Nuevo

The "New Bridge," or Puente Nuevo was built around 1800 to connect the Old Town of Ronda with the newer part of town on the other side of a deep gorge with the Rio Guadalevin running through its...
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Romantic Travelers Plaque

This is a homage to those XIX century travelers who came to Andalucia and loved it. Most were writers and wrote very nicely about this romantic and lovely town. There are english, french, germans,...
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Famous People

Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles loved deeply Ronda. Today their plaques with a bustr are located in front of the bullfighting arena. They also loved toros fiesta and assisted to them and especially...
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Escuela Entrelenguas

"Experience Local" is the approach we have developed at Escuela Entrelenguas to provide activities that engage the traveler with the people and culture of this beautiful city. By combining...
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bugalugs

"Ronda"
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barryg23

"Bridge over the River Guadalevin"
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HORSCHECK

"Ronda - Pearl of the Andalusian mountains"
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Bwana_Brown

"Ronda - Spain's amazing gem!"
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GibJoe

"One of the most Beautiful towns in Andalucia"
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