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Highlights in Ronda
- A landscape dominated by Spanish firs and gall oaks
- Ruta de los Vinos y las Bodegas de Ronda
- One of the oldest bullrings in Spain
- An impressive bridge at 98 metres above sea level
- Active tourism in the Sierra de las Nieves
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Ronda
Booking a house in Ronda is the best way to delve into Andalusia's past. An authentic trip back in time where you can let your imagination fly while enjoying the beauty of impressive natural landscapes, idyllic sunsets, primitive caves, palaces, watchtowers and buildings full of history. Although there are other types of holiday rentals in round, the houses offer the traveller the possibility of spending a relaxing stay in the middle of nature, to disconnect from daily worries. Swimming pool, terrace, garden, barbecue, fireplace and all the comforts you need for an unforgettable holiday.Coquettish rentals in the centre of Ronda
You will find a great variety of holiday rentals in Ronda located in the centre of the town. This will allow you to enjoy all the monumental attractions and leisure activities that the city offers, and at the same time the possibility of visiting such beautiful natural spots as the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park or the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. Both less than an hour's drive away. Many of our rentals have a garden or terrace, so you can also relax over dinner with family or have a drink with friends enjoying the wonderful views of the city.
Holidays in Ronda
The area and how to find your way around
Located in the northwest of the province of Malaga, Ronda is the capital of the region of the Serrania de Ronda. With almost 37,000 inhabitants, it is the second most populated inland municipality in the province, only behind Antequera. Its geographical location between the passes and roads of Lower Andalusia have conferred a remarkable historical importance, settling in the region Iberians, Visigoths and Muslims. But it is also surrounded by imposing mountain ranges. To the east the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park and to the south the Valle del Genal, to the west the Sierra de Grazalema. Therefore, if you decide to reserve a letting in Ronda, you will be able to carry out an infinite number of activities related to active tourism.Three well-differentiated neighbourhoods with a lot of history
Ronda is historically divided into three districts: San Francisco, the oldest: the city, where we find most of the important buildings, and the Mercadillo, founded after the Reconquest. The first is the part of the city where the fortress was located and where we can now see part of the wall that formerly surrounded the entire town and the Arab baths. In the second, the palaces of Mondragon and Salvatierra, the church of San Sebastian, the Casa de San Juan Bosco, the Puerta de Felipe V and countless beautiful palaces, mysterious narrow streets and charming squares stand out. Finally, in the Mercadillo neighbourhood, the most modern, we find the bullring, the Alameda park on the Tagus, some churches such as El Socorro and a good part of the modernist and eclectic legacy of the city, where the Circulo de Artistas or the Casino stands out. Have you already decided in which neighbourhood you want to book your rental in Ronda?
Types of travellers and activities
The Natural Park of Sierra de las Nieves offers active tourism activities for all audiences, both sporting, recreational and educational. Some of the most outstanding with speleology, canyoning, hiking, 4x4 routes, climbing or multiadventures. Without a doubt, the best way to get to know this impressive natural spot. For its part, the Natural Park of the Sierra de Grazalema in Cadiz offers the opportunity to do canyoning, bungee jumping, ornithological routes, hiking or cycling.Ronda for lovers of bullfighting
In addition to having one of the oldest and largest bullrings in the world, the Plaza de la Maestranza houses an interesting bullfighting museum, open to the public since 1984. Along the route, the visitor can enter the history of the square and the great dynasties of Ronda bullfighters and in some aspects of the chivalry and nobility as the Collection of Ancient Firearms and the Royal Saddlery of the House of Orleans.Ronda for wine lovers
Ronda offers travellers the chance to take the Wine Route and the Bodegas de la Serrania de Ronda, which covers the towns of Ronda and Arriate. Due to their location in the Mediterranean arc, their climatic peculiarities and their geological diversity, the wines from Ronda offer unique flavours, including them within the "Malaga" denomination of origin. Sierras de Malaga". The best way to taste them is through their tastings, attending the concerts held in the wineries themselves or visiting a wine interpretation centre.
Did you know that the old refrigerators kept ice in the Sierra de las Nieves during the winter to distribute it among the villages of the province?
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The Tajo de Ronda is the authentic icon of the city. The imposing bridge that seems to merge with the rock and the height at which it is located make it one of the most visited places in Andalusia. It is impossible to look at this place without exclaiming admiration at such an engineering work. The best time to see it is during Ronda's magical hour, when the sun goes down and the monuments start to light up. Simply spectacular.2. Visit the Paseo de los Ingleses at sunset
Located at the edge of the cliff of more than 100 metres that delimits the Hoya del Tajo, the Paseo de los Ingleses is the most romantic site and one of the most beautiful in the whole city. A place that enhances the special and magical relationship that Ronda maintains with the surrounding landscape. The perfect place for a couple's walk at sunset.3. Discover his Arabic legacy
There is no doubt about the role that Arab culture has played in the region when we look at the names of the charming villages that are part of the Serrania. During all the centuries that the Arabs were settled in Ronda they left us truly unique places. The most outstanding is the Arab baths, considered to be the best preserved in Spain. But you can't miss the visit to the Palace of the Moorish King either. An impressive work that descends 100 metres high through a staircase of more than 200 steps. Inside you can see from cisterns to the most mysterious rooms.4. Give your palate a taste tasting the migas with chorizo or rabbit a la rondeña
The cuisine of Ronda is one of the biggest attractions of the town. It would be a crime to spend a few days there and not try some of its typical dishes, among which are the bull's tail in sauce, the rabbit in rondeña, migas with chorizo, game meats, stews with pig's foot or the famous yolks of Ronda. All this accompanied by a good wine of the land, from the wineries La Sangre de Ronda, Descalzos Viejos or Doña Felisa.