No visit to Andalusia is completewithout a visit to Ronda

Dating back to prehistoric times Ronda was called Arunda by the celts in the 6th century. As with many Spanish towns and cities, Ronda was ruled by many different religious factors down through the ages with Julius Caesar calling it a city during roman rule. Surviving Napoleonic invasions after Arabic wars, the Spanish inquisition and in 1918 becoming the birthplace of the Andalusian flag and coat of arms, Ronda rightly claims a seat high in Spanish history.

Today Ronda is home to the oldest bull ring in Spain and also the sight of one of the most wonderful views of the Spanish landscape. Our day trip from your hotel will include luxury transportation to Ronda on roads with breath taking views as we drive through the mountain pass, absorbing the natural beauty of the national park Ronda nestles beside & stopping at some villages of interest as we go. See the Arab baths, the Palacio del Rey Moro y la Mina, the city walls dating back to Arab times, the Plaza Duquesa and it’s many monuments and the amazing views from the old & new bridges over El Taj Gorge.

Ernest Hemingway's novel ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ describes the execution of nationalist sympathizers early in the Spanish Civil War. The republicans murder the nationalists by throwing them from cliffs in an Andalusian village, and Hemingway allegedly based the account on killings that took place in Ronda at the cliffs of el Tajo! It is a day trip full of amazement and we also stop for lunch during your exceptional experience of Ronda.

2 people

€290per person
  • Duration 7 +/- hours

4 people

€280per person
  • Duration 7 +/- hours

6 people

€260per person
  • Duration 7 +/- hours

Prices are per person and include all transport, wifi in your vehicle, taxes, entrance fees. Beverages as we drive, driver, guide(s) and your personal tour escort who will travel door to door with you. A full lunch is also included in this offer.