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From Malaga: Private Full-Day Bus Trip to Ronda and Setenil

1. From Malaga: Private Full-Day Bus Trip to Ronda and Setenil

Be picked up from the centrally-located meeting point in Malaga and sit back and relax on the air-conditioned drive to Setenil de las Bodegas where your will have free time to get some lunch and explore. Continue to the city of Ronda, for a guided tour of the historic center of Ronda. Stop at the New Bridge to enjoy the Tajo gorge and its panoramic view, visit the Bullring and the Bullfighting Museum. Ronda is one of the oldest towns in Spain and it is built on two separate cliffs which are connected by Spain's most famous bridge, the New Bridge, which was built in the 18th century. The tour guide will show you around Ronda, and you will have some free time to explore the town on your own as well. Take a walking tour in the romantic town center, with its churches, mini-palaces and Spain's oldest bullring. Return to your meeting point in Malaga at the end of your tour.

White Towns of Andalusia and Ronda: Day Trip from Seville

2. White Towns of Andalusia and Ronda: Day Trip from Seville

Depart Seville on this day trip to Andalusia's famous white towns and Ronda. Enjoy a olive oil tasting, monuments, and fascinating architecture in the company of your guide. Begin your experience with a visit to an olive mill to discover all the secrets of olive oil production, and enjoy a small tasting of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Next, journey to Ronda with a local guide to explore one of the oldest towns in Spain. Take a stroll along the tree-lined paths of the 19th-century gardens of Alameda del Tajo, where the views are simply breathtaking. Go to the bridge that connects Ronda´s old and new districts, and get a great view of the El Tajo canyon on which the city is perched. See the modernist palace of the Casa de San Juan Bosco, complete with colonial and Nasrid decorations and stunning views of the valley. Immerse yourself in monuments like the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor. Admire the Mudejar tower and the Casita de la Torre, where the architecture is an emblematic blend of Christian, Arab, late Gothic, and Renaissance styles.  

From Costa del Sol: Seville and Royal Alcázar Palace

3. From Costa del Sol: Seville and Royal Alcázar Palace

Experience the beautiful city of Seville on this insightful day trip with a professional guide. Hear about the Moorish legacy and its architecture and learn about the city's orange season. See the ornate Royal Palace of the Alcázar, Europe’s oldest palace in use, dating back to the 11th century. Visit Seville Cathedral and its Giralda bell tower, both declared World Heritage by UNESCO. Admire the tomb of Christopher Columbus and the Patio de los Naranjos. Have the opportunity to admire the Giralda, the old minaret of the mosque. Continue your tour through the narrow streets and small squares of the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the historic Jewish quarter of Seville. Enjoy some time for lunch or shopping. Finally, finish your tour at the Torre de Oro next to the beautiful Guadalquivir river before heading back to the Costa del Sol.

Ronda: Via Ferrata Tajo del Ronda Guided Climbing

4. Ronda: Via Ferrata Tajo del Ronda Guided Climbing

Enjoy the natural landscape of the Tajo de Ronda, and climb up and down its vertical walls. Be captivated by the impressive views, feel at ease with your guide, and a route that is perfect for beginners. Meet your guide and climb Tajo I and II, a simple via Ferrata, perfect for newcomers to the sport. As you climb, breathe in the natural environment and feel the reward of the stunning views once you get to the top. Learn all about the history of the Tajo de Ronda, the Olla de Ronda, and the mountains that surround the municipality while the activity takes place. Perfect for all levels of climbers, enjoy an experience that is year-round and suitable for all those 14 and up.

Ronda: Guided Walking Tour

5. Ronda: Guided Walking Tour

Embark on a fascinating group or private tour of Ronda, one of the most important cities in Malaga. Come across iconic locations to learn about the rich cultural heritage of the city and its rural environment. Gaze at the surrounding mountain ranges, such as the Sierra de Grazalema. Meet your guide in the square where the emblematic Plaza de Toros is located and take a pleasant walk to the hidden gems of the city. Hear all about Ronda's Celtic origins and how the Greeks gave it the name "Runda", creating a melting pot of cultures. Enjoy the year-round sunny climate as you make your way through ancient roads and admire the breathtaking views of Tajo de Ronda and other relevant sites. Visit the privileged lookouts of Ronda, Puente Nuevo, Aldehuela, and Viajeros Románticos.

From Malaga: Ronda Private Guided Day Trip & Bullring Entry

6. From Malaga: Ronda Private Guided Day Trip & Bullring Entry

Discover one of Spain's most spectacular sights and oldest settlements on a private day trip from Málaga to Ronda. Visit the historic city of Ronda and follow in the footsteps of poets and artists who were inspired by its dramatic surroundings. Explore the architectural history of Ronda. Cross the 'new' bridge, built in the 18th century, which spans the 120-meter long gorge through Ronda. This is one of the three impressive bridges that connect the two parts of the city: the old and romantic side with the modern and vast side. Then stroll along the edge of high cliffs overlooking the fertile landscape that surrounds the city. Take a walk through the Arab quarter of the historic city center and admire the Moorish architecture that still stands. Continue along the cobbled streets to the town hall and explore the collegiate church while listening to stories, legends and important facts about this city from your local guide. Your last stop is the birthplace of bullfighting, Plaza de Toros. This ring has hosted some of the most important events in the history of bullfighting.

Get to know Ronda and Alhambra from Seville

7. Get to know Ronda and Alhambra from Seville

Have the opportunity to visit more Andalusian cities from the big capital, Sevilla. Explore the cultural and architectural heritage in the cities of Ronda and Granada, and travel back in history in La Alhambra. From Seville, we will move to Ronda, in the province of Malaga. This city, dated since the 15th century, has its population beginnings with the Iberian settlements. Later, Visigoths and Muslims consolidated Ronda as a strategic defense city. This is visible in `Puente Nuevo´ bridge, the most famous. This is the tallest bridge in the world, with 98 meters, and it connects the ancient and modern parts of the city. Our guide will also walk you through other landmarks, like the archaeological site of Arab baths, its large `Plaza de Toros´, and its incredible balcony overlooking the Alameda del Tajo, among others. From here, we will get into our comfortable bus and head to Granada. When you arrive, you will have free time to enjoy the gastronomy of Granada. You can taste its famous ´Tapas´ while you admire the historical and architectural center of the city! After the break, we will walk to Alhambra. This set of ancient palaces, fortresses and gardens, has been the residence of Nasrid and Castilian kings. Here, in a guided tour, you will learn about its historical importance and the expulsion of the Arab kingdom from the old kingdom of Castile in the year 1492. Included on the World Heritage List, offers places like Medina, Palacio de Carlos V, Alcazaba and its well-known Generalife. You will feel like a Nasrid true king walking through the ancient complex of La Alhambra. After this unique experience, we will be back in Seville on our comfortable bus!

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What people are saying about Ronda

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 739 reviews

The tour was amazing, the town is absolutely beautiful with tons to see and do. The guide was able to tell us everything we needed to know and was very fun and enthusiastic.

A great way to see the “countryside” if you don’t want to rent a car. Being off season there were only seven passengers and none of the stops were overrun by tourists.

My family and I had a great experience. The driver was timely and courteous. Our guide was exceptional.

Catherine was a great guide and driver was excellent. It was a fun and interesting day.

Beautiful, a great day with many beautiful impressions