Ronda is not a main stream holiday resort but it makes a great day trip either by car, train or organised tour. The town is steeped in history and has some impressive buildings not forgetting the El Tajo gorge running through the town. This place is perfect for hiking and exploring holidays, something away from the normal Spanish holidays. For information on what Ronda has to offer have a look below and click / tap away at the attractions, all with directions.
Not many of the main stream tour operators have package holidays in Ronda but there is a large amount of accommodation, see below. The nearest airport is Malaga and trains run to Ronda from Zambrano station in Malaga.
Accommodation in Ronda
Puente Nuevo is situated on the south side of the city on Calle Arminan south of the Plaza Espana. This is also one of the most photographed structures in Spain and is a must if visiting Ronda. For more information and directions to the Puente Nuevo click / tap the image or click / tap the button below for directions only.
Santa Maria La Mayor is Situated in the Plaza Duquesa De Parcent and is the largest church in Ronda. The Plaza at the front of the church has a fountain surrounded by tree's and a seating area. For more information and directions to the Santa Maria La Mayor click / tap the image or click / tap the button below for directions only
Plaza Del Toros is situated off the Calle Virgin De La Paz close to the Paseo Blas Infante. The Bullring houses a museum that traces the history of the Bullring and bullfighting.area. For more information and directions to the Plaza del Toros click / tap the image or click / tap the button below for directions only.
The Arab Baths are situated just outside the towns walls around a ten minute walk from Plaza Espana. The Baths were built in the 13th century and are the best example in Andalusia. For more information and directions to the Arab baths click / tap the image above or click / tap here for directions only.
Ronda is a great place to visit it is steeped in history. The majority of the things to do in Ronda are close together. Some of the view's and structures are fantastic, a photographer's paradise. Its an ideal base town for hiking, cycling and for holiday's exploring inner Spain. Ronda is great for a day out getting there by either car, bus or train. The train and bus stations are both in Malaga.
It's over 100 kilometres from Malaga airport which by car is over one and a half hour drive and two and a half by train from Malaga. To get about the countryside you really need a car. There is not a great deal for kid's to do no children's attractions or theme parks close by.
Ronda is a great place to visit for a day trip. The building's bridges and scenery are all stunning. It's a must to see but to fill a week or two vacation you will need a car and a plan. It's a 100 kilometre from the nearest beach and not much to do for kid's. But it is a place to really relax.
Ronda is situated 100kms north from Malaga, Built on two mountains with the El Tajo gorge running through the town. The town is connected with a series of bridges the most famous called Puente Nuevo. Ronda boasts the biggest and oldest bullring in Spain but both claims are argued. Both Earnest Hemingway and Orson Welles spent many years here. They both wrote about the beautiful town of Ronda. Ronda has a population of around 36000 people. The best way to get to Ronda from the Costa Del Sol is by car or train. There is a direct route from Malaga Zambrano train station that takes a Picturesque route. For more information on what to see & what to do in this amazing town have a look below.