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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 Things to Do in Zahara

Lake Zahara

As you approach Zahara from the main east-west road you run into a large reservoir that must be crossed to gain access to Zahara. It is a great silent place to stop and take pictures of the town of...
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TooTallFinn24
Oct 28, 2012

Walk to the Castle

The walk to the castle is only about 15 minutes from the parking lot. The path to the castle is lined with cactus and barking dogs from the village below are uncertain whether or not you should really...
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TooTallFinn24
Oct 18, 2012

Churches of Zahara

These were two pretty churches among many in Zahara. The first is De La Mesa Church and the picture is from just the tower taken from a walk near the castle. The second is of the oldest church in...
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TooTallFinn24
May 18, 2012

A Small Central Plaza

This one of the main plazas in Zahara. It is small, intimate and immaculately clean. The photo was taken at a time of day when fiesta was still in place. As we walked around the plaza and even though...
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TooTallFinn24
May 18, 2012

Walk the Cobblestoned Streets

A walk through Zahara's steep cobblestone streets provides not only a glimpse of where the town folk live but also provides some excellent views of the surrounding valley. The streets are immaculately...
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TooTallFinn24
May 18, 2012

Walk Over the Man Made Lake on Your Way to Town

You enter Zahara on a road that spans a man made lake and dam that was finished in 1991. As you enter and complete your trip over the dam road there are little pull outs. Walking the road over the dam...
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TooTallFinn24
May 18, 2012
 
 
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Pass of the Doves

Going from Zahara de la Sierra to Grazalema taking the CA531. The road is really narrow and steep. It climbs to the Pass the Doves at 1350m. Don't take this road if you have trouble with hights. The...
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shugoey
Apr 10, 2006

White town

Zahara de la Sierra is a very photogenic small town. Stop for a lunch or just a walk. You can have lunch in one of the small restaurants with a view over the lake ( or actually a reservoir).
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Apr 10, 2006
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"Zahara: Beautifully Set Andalucian Hill Town"
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"Zahara or Zohara, whats in a name"
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"Zahara de la Sierra"
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"Zahara"
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"Zahara de la Sierra,Grazalema National Park's gate"
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