Historic Ronda Tour

"I have searched everywhere for the city of dreams and found it here, in Ronda" Rainer Maria Rilke

Highlights

  • Soak in the glorious views of Ronda including the impressive Tajo gorge
  • Visit the former Arab baths, Moorish walls and find remnants of the culture of Al-Andalus
  • Delve into Ronda’s history and learn about its place in the fight for Andalucian autonomy
  • Discover hidden secrets from Ronda’s past

ALL TOURS ARE AVAILABLE AS PRIVATE TOURS FOR YOU OR YOUR FAMILY/GROUP/PARTY

Trip Profile

Duration:
1 Day
Best Time To Visit:
All Year Round
Tour Dates/Days:
Call to book individual dates
Group Size:
Min: 2
Max: 20
Grade:
Moderate
The Plaza de Toros de Ronda - Bullring in Ronda

Tour Summary

Our one-day Ronda tour shows you the highlights of this pretty town high in the mountains.

You cannot fail to be enchanted by Ronda, capital of the route of the Pueblos Blancos (White Villages). This historic town perches precariously atop a dramatic cliff, with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

A key location for the autonomy of Andalucia, a town which captivated and inspired writers such as Hemingway, Orson Welles and the German poet Rilke, it has a history stretching back to prehistoric times.

Our guides will share details of this town you won’t find in books, as they show you fascinating corners of Ronda.

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One Day Ronda Tour Itinerary

On our day tour of Ronda, you will walk through the Old Town and over the Ponte Nuevo (New Bridge) to gaze along the length and depth of the impressive Tajo gorge.

Walking down to the Arab baths, we pass through centuries old gates, and from the lower Old Bridge, look up to the town.

Lunch (not included) is best served with the local wine for which Ronda is famous.

In the Plaza del Socorro, you will see the symbol of Andalucia – Hercules standing with two lions in front of pillars. It was in Ronda that Blas Infante, the ‘father of Andalucia’, made his famous speech advocating autonomy for Andalucia.

Arrival:

AM: You will be driven to Ronda in a private vehicle with driver, from your accommodation or agreed departure point.

Departure:

PM: You will be driven back to your accommodation or agreed destination.

Prices

Please enquire for prices

As TOMA & COE is a bespoke travel agency working with private clients and small groups, prices may vary slightly according to the time of year.

Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Ronda?
Ronda has a history stretching back to prehistoric times. Top things to do in Ronda re:

  • Cross the Puente Nuevo (new bridge) and take pictures of the Tajo Gorge
  • Visit the bullring with insights into the history of bullfighting
  • Try the local Ronda wine
  • Visit the Municipal Museum of Ronda located in the historic Mondragon Palace
  • Explore the Arab baths

Can I take a Ronda day tour from Seville?
You can take a Rond day tour from Seville. We can either pick you up with a private car and driver, or you can take the train from Seville, changing at Cordoba, to Ronda where our guide will meet you.

Does this day tour include a Ronda wine tour?
No, this tour is a walking tour of the town. We have a special Ronda & Winery day tour which includes a visit to one of Ronda’s boutique wineries.

Is the road to Ronda dangerous?
No, the road is not dangerous. There are different ways to reach Ronda, one is a long and windy road from above San Pedro, or there is a gentler route. It all depends on where you are coming from.

Is this a Ronda walking tour?
Yes, this is a walking tour of Ronda. Most of the town is relatively flat, though there is a steep hill down to the Arab baths.

Reviews

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Fascinating trip to Rhonda
Natalia and Jesus were the most accommodating tour guides in our experience so far in Spain! Natalia was very charming and engaging plus a superb driver! Jesus knew everything about his home of Rhonda and shared so many fascinating facts about its treasured history! Would love to do this tour again! Five Stars!!!!!

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