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 and convenient.

You can drive to Ronda from most cities in Andalucia. Marbella is around 45 minutes from Ronda and the Costa del Sol and Málaga is just about an hour away from Ronda.  It’s little longer from Sevilla and Córdoba. If you’re coming from Granada, it would take you about 3 hours to the maximum.

The transportation facilities make day trips to Ronda very common. People from the cities love to get here during the weekend and again drive back through the smooth roads. A lot of visitors who take more than a weekend for coming to Ronda, love to embark on day trips to Granada as well.

Reaching Ronda from the Airport of Malaga

When you reach the airport of Malaga, you have to choose a transport to take you to Ronda. There are continuous buses and taxis, which can reach you to Ronda or Grazalema. The prices are reasonable and the services are hassle-free. The money will not be charged in advance and there are no booking fees as well. Moreover, the process will go without credit card details, so you need not worry at all. Just take some time out to fill a form online and then get the confirmation through your e-mail. You will get the booking reference code along with other details of your transfers. It will also have the price mentioned, followed by the standard of vehicle. You will soon be driven by a reputed and professional chauffeur and he will drive you to your destination with ease.

Routes from the Airport

You get to choose two routes to Ronda from the airport. You will have analysed which one to go with, after you are explained about them, by the transfer service team. You can also choose to go down the coast through motorway to Marbella, however, you have options like going through Autovia (A-7) or Autopista (AP-7). After crossing Marbella, choose the exit of San Pedro de Alcantara. You will get a direct map to Ronda from here.

This path is beautiful as it offers a scenic view, but it is important to be careful through the stretch of San Pedro to Ronda. It is known to be quite challenging and has to be driven safely through. The road is safe but the driving speed and technique are the determining factors. The speed limits have to slow down due to the tight corners, but your journey from Málaga to Ronda should not be more than 90 minutes with moderate traffic.

The second route is to go inland from the main city and not take the coastal road. The route has gone through a recent renovation which is why you are likely to reach within an hour. Follow the signs of N-340 from the airport. You should opt for A-7 till you get to the signs of A-357 Guadalhorce. This route will then take you to Cartama, after which you can follow A-367 which directly gets you to the destination.

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