Ronda Travel Guide

Ronda City of Dreams

The whitewashed town of Ronda is situated in Malaga, Spain. It is one of the oldest town’s here, and it portrays the bygone Islamic era, which was their cultural and economic hub. Thus, the town includes numerous palaces and mosques, while you get to learn stories of bandits and profiteers from the guides.

Ronda Andalucia

Ronda is going to include white-washed towers, hilltop villages and Moorish architecture. It is going to give you the backdrop of olive and pine tree mountains, and expose you to the slow lifestyle of locals. Ronda has the second largest historic bullring in Spain, while the deep gorge is the most visited site. These are followed by the scenery of caves, lakes, and mountains which would add delight to your trip at each and every moment. There are numerous craft shops adjacent to tapas bars for taking back mementoes and grabbing some tasty treats. The town also includes colourful gardens of orchids, poppies and sunflowers, along with silver oaks and almond blossoms

There are spectacular tourist’s sites along with laid-back and friendly locals – the combination of the two is responsible for making your journey relaxing and memorable. From the best of hospitality to interactive conversations, the people of Ronda are always eager to help.
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Top Spanish Foods to Try in Ronda

Visiting a new place comes with the mandatory aspect of eating some local food. It gives you the ultimate essence of being in that area. Moreover, the locals might indulge to help you figure out what you should taste. Stew...

Ronda in One Day Itinerary

Plan a full day Ronda tour trip from Costa del Sol (Benalmadena, Marbella, Malaga, Fuengirola) to explore the grandeur of Ronda.  Many 1-day tours packages are sold at local travel agencies. The services will be provided with knowledgeable guides and...

Ronda: Events & Festivals

Fiestas de la Virgen de la Paz – Semana Santa This festival happens on the 24th of January. The week around the date is known as the Holy Week and the event is followed in other Andalucian towns as well....

How to get to Ronda

Travelling To Ronda Ronda is very well connected through the railway lines if you can make sure of prior booking. You can also get hold of an e-pass if you are travelling across Spain. That would be much more affordable...

Best Time To Visit Ronda, Plan Your Trip

Weather and Climate Ronda has a ‘micro-climate’, which means that the area around the town, probably goes through climatic variations, and that is different than what the town experiences itself. It is located in the southernmost region of Spain, which...