Ronda is noble and exciting at the same time. This little town in the heart of Andalusia keeps an old town feeling, is full of attractions, and hides a secret that will surprise you, an impressive Gorge in the middle of the city, known as “The tajo de Ronda” or “the cut of Ronda”. Ronda offers tradition, beautiful narrow streets, magnificent monuments and an exquisite cuisine.

Strolling down the streets of Ronda is a pleasure to the senses because every corner offers something especial. The city possesses an impressive artistic heritage, monuments of great beauty and a bridge that stands out and is called the new bridge. It is not just a bridge you see in any city, it is a spectacular stone bridge 100 meters above the river Guadiaro… beautiful and impressive and it divides the city. Ronda that is located at the edge of two cliffs is an image that will be imprinted on your mind forever.

Next to the New Bridge is the bullring Plaza of Toros Real Maestranza of Cavalry, one of the oldest and most beautiful ones in Spain, and the Alameda del Tajo Park, ideal for romantic walks.

The streets of the historic center of Ronda are typically Andalusian; narrow, cobbled and flanked by traditional houses, many of them stately and magnificent.

Ronda is also nature. If you visit the Serrania de Ronda you will meet a wonderful natural environment, in which you can practice all kinds of sports and outdoor activities, like, BBT, canyoning, hiking, bird watching…

What to do in Ronda?

  • Enjoy the artistic heritage of the city; its Arabic baths (the best preserved thermal resort of Muslims in the Iberian Peninsula), the Palace of the Marquis of Salvatierra, Palace and gardens of del Rey Moro, Plaza de Toros (Bullring) de Ronda, and the ruins of the Roman Theater of Acinipo or Ronda the Old (a Roman city encircle by a wall and dating back to the 1st century A.d. cited by Ptolemy and Pliny in his works).
  • Enjoy the natural heritage that surrounds Ronda, the Natural Park of the Sierra de Las Nieves, a biosphere reserve, green paradise distinguished by the European Commission as a European destination of excellence (EDEN). In this environment you can practice numerous sports, outdoor activities, such as climbing on via ferrata, hiking (GR 243 “Sierra de las Nieves”, route of 94 km divided into 6 stages that runs through the mountain range) flying in tandem and paragliding.
  • Enjoy the gastronomic heritage through the wine route and the wine cellars of the Serrania de Ronda. Make guided visits to vineyards and wineries, try wine tastings, and excellent tapas like white garlic gazpacho, aubergines with honey, goat cheese, flamenquines, croquetas, oxtail, cod with tomato, chaps…