Think breath-taking mountain scenery, quaint cobbled streets, jaw-dropping architecture and rich history. Ronda seriously has it all. Located in the province of Malaga in Andalusia, Southern Spain, Ronda is the perfect spot for an adventure getaway. At just over an hour by car from both Malaga and Seville and two hours by bus it’s easily accessible. We will be based in Ronda’s old town, with sleepy palm-tree covered squares and real Andalusian character. In Ronda’s new town you’ll find the hustle and bustle of bars, shops and restaurants. The great thing is that Ronda is small enough to be explored on foot! However, if you fancy exploring Ronda by bike, you can rent one from the hotel at an affordable price. The undeniable star of the show is the Puente Nuevo - New bridge, which spans the impressive Tajo gorge. Fun fact- Ronda was once a favourite hideaway for both the likes of Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles! It’s pretty darn easy to see why. Close to Ronda are the Sierra de Grazalema and the Sierra de las Nieves, two spectacular and relatively untouched mountain ranges where most of our outdoors activities will take place.

What else can I do in Ronda?

Apart from our organised group activities, here’s the low down on some other tried, tested and highly recommended things to do in Ronda!



Prepare to be mesmerized with this raw and intense performance by local flamenco dancers and musicians at our favorite spot, El Quinqué. This was a huge hit with our travellers in 2019 and we’re looking forward to sharing with you again in 2020.




Ever wondered what it feels like to fly like a bird? Book a paramotor ride with our friends at Volar Andalusia and you’ll find out! There’s no better way to check out Ronda than from the sky. By flying high, you really get to appreciate its unique geological structure and stunning architecture. If you’re a bit of an adrenaline junkie, ask the guys for some acrobatics! Check them out here.




Relax and unwind at the Aguas de Ronda, Arabic-style baths. You have five different pools of varying temperatures to choose from along with a Turkish bath, infrared room and a selection of teas. Find out more info here.


How do I get there?

Affordable flights run daily to Malaga and Seville from all over Europe. Ronda is accessible by both bus, rental car and taxi bus. Contact us for more information.