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Torremolinos: Ronda Day Trip with Guided Tour

Torremolinos: Ronda Day Trip with Guided Tour

Take a fascinating tour of the memorable city of Ronda on this trip from Torremolinos. See key sights and off-the-beaten-path gems as you get to know this fascinating city. Meet your guide at the bus station and get ready for the drive to Ronda. Once there, take a tour of its essential attractions including viewpoints, its new bridge, the collegiate church of Santa Maria la Mayor, the bullring, and Calle de la Bola, its main street. Select the option for you tour to continue with a trip to the quintessential Andalusian town of Setenil de las Bodegas. Get to know the local food and drink as you tuck into 6 tapas and 3 drinks (if option selected).

Benalmadena direct Trip to Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas

Benalmadena direct Trip to Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas

When you choose to go on a trip, what do you take into account? One of the factors is seeing how many stops you make to get to that excursion. Our agency facilitates the excursion with a meeting point and direct departure to the cities we are going to visit. Don't waste time going around to pick up other passengers. Join our excursion as you will live exclusively and in the hands of official guides a unique experience in Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas. At all times you will be advised by a guide from the beginning of the excursion where he will show you all the interesting corners and tourist spots of the city. You will walk through Ronda and visit points of tourist interest such as its viewpoints, the new bridge, the collegiate church of Santa Maria la Mayor, the bullring area and the charm of its main street, Calle de la Bola. Did you know that we Rondeños give everything a nickname? Once the visit to Ronda is over, we will show you some of the main tapas that are usually consumed in bars. You will learn to identify how in Andalusia you can order tapas and rations and what the difference is between them. Our visit offers this gastronomic experience. You will have free time to get to know Ronda in a special way and at the indicated time we will transfer to the town of Setenil de las Bodegas where, after a short tour with the guide, free time will be left to enjoy this town.

From Fuengirola: Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas Day Tour

From Fuengirola: Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas Day Tour

Begin your day trip from Fuengirola with comfortable transportation to the stunning town of Ronda. Exploring Ronda with a guide who will show all the interesting corners and tourist spots, like the viewpoints, the new bridge, and the collegiate church of Santa Maria la Mayor, sounds fascinating. The added touch of learning about local tapas and the difference between tapas and rations in Andalusia adds a wonderful gastronomic experience to the trip. Enjoy additional free time in Ronda to further explore at your leisure. Continue your day tour to Setenil de las Bodegas, a fascinating village known for its unique architecture. Houses are built into the rock walls of a river gorge, creating a stunning and picturesque setting. Enjoy free time to discover the town before returning to Fuengirola.

Ronda - Private Historic Walking Tour

Ronda - Private Historic Walking Tour

Set off at Almocabar gate, one of the main entries to the impressive walled city of Ronda during Moorish times. In the 13th century, it was through this gate that the Catholic Monarch entered Ronda during their triumphal march after the reconquest of the city. Almocabar gate, one of the most outstanding remains of the defensive fortress walls, is well preserved. You can walk along the walls and enjoy views of the San Francisco area from the viewpoints of the two towers. Next, you will walk by the Church of Saint Mary the Elder. The church was built on the remains of a 13-century mosque which was itself constructed on top of a Visigothic church built on top of a Roman altar. Thanks to its rich history as a legacy from different civilizations, this monumental construction bears characteristics of various architectural styles: Renaissance, Gothic, Moorish, and Roman. As we move on, you will stop by Arab Baths of Ronda, one of Ronda’s most important tourist attractions. It is the best conserved of its kind in Spain and a hidden treasure that used to have a sophisticated water system using a traditional Moorish waterwheel. Its interior echoes Arabic ideas of cosmology with the star-shaped skylights and air vents in the vaulted ceilings. The next destination is Old Bridge, the second oldest of the three bridges spanning El Tajo Gorge, carved into the mountains by the Guadalevín River and declared a Natural Monument of Andalucía in April 2019. This peculiar natural feature bisects Ronda into two parts: the Old City (La Ciudad) and Little Market (El Mercadillo). From up there, you can watch the Guadalevin River below and its spectacular surroundings. Leaving Old Bridge, you will go by New Bridge designed by the famous architect José Martin de Aldehuela. The iconic monument, completed in 1793 after 34 years of construction, is the newest, largest, and highest of the three bridges, located at the very top of the canyon, directly linking the two sections of the city. Visit another monumental construction designed by the same architecture as the New Bridge, Bullring of Ronda. This unique historical and artistic heritage opened in 1785. It can hold up to 5,000 spectators and boasts the largest bullring arena in Spain. What’s more, it is the home of the Rondeño style of bullfighting in which bullfighters hold the now-iconic red cape while facing the bull on foot. Outside the arena are statues of Antonio Ordonez, another significant figure of Ronda, and life-size fighting bulls. Finish your tour at Carrera Espinel Shopping Street, a shopping thoroughfare stretching approximately 1 kilometer through the town. It is not only the central hub for retail therapy if you are in the mood for shopping but also a historic and cultural legacy with layers of interesting legends around the homely name Calle La Bola. There is a lot to explore in the charming streets lined with an array of shops and boutiques!

Calle La Bola: Our most recommended tours and activities

Torremolinos: Ronda Day Trip with Guided Tour

Torremolinos: Ronda Day Trip with Guided Tour

Take a fascinating tour of the memorable city of Ronda on this trip from Torremolinos. See key sights and off-the-beaten-path gems as you get to know this fascinating city. Meet your guide at the bus station and get ready for the drive to Ronda. Once there, take a tour of its essential attractions including viewpoints, its new bridge, the collegiate church of Santa Maria la Mayor, the bullring, and Calle de la Bola, its main street. Select the option for you tour to continue with a trip to the quintessential Andalusian town of Setenil de las Bodegas. Get to know the local food and drink as you tuck into 6 tapas and 3 drinks (if option selected).

Benalmadena direct Trip to Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas

Benalmadena direct Trip to Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas

When you choose to go on a trip, what do you take into account? One of the factors is seeing how many stops you make to get to that excursion. Our agency facilitates the excursion with a meeting point and direct departure to the cities we are going to visit. Don't waste time going around to pick up other passengers. Join our excursion as you will live exclusively and in the hands of official guides a unique experience in Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas. At all times you will be advised by a guide from the beginning of the excursion where he will show you all the interesting corners and tourist spots of the city. You will walk through Ronda and visit points of tourist interest such as its viewpoints, the new bridge, the collegiate church of Santa Maria la Mayor, the bullring area and the charm of its main street, Calle de la Bola. Did you know that we Rondeños give everything a nickname? Once the visit to Ronda is over, we will show you some of the main tapas that are usually consumed in bars. You will learn to identify how in Andalusia you can order tapas and rations and what the difference is between them. Our visit offers this gastronomic experience. You will have free time to get to know Ronda in a special way and at the indicated time we will transfer to the town of Setenil de las Bodegas where, after a short tour with the guide, free time will be left to enjoy this town.

From Fuengirola: Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas Day Tour

From Fuengirola: Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas Day Tour

Begin your day trip from Fuengirola with comfortable transportation to the stunning town of Ronda. Exploring Ronda with a guide who will show all the interesting corners and tourist spots, like the viewpoints, the new bridge, and the collegiate church of Santa Maria la Mayor, sounds fascinating. The added touch of learning about local tapas and the difference between tapas and rations in Andalusia adds a wonderful gastronomic experience to the trip. Enjoy additional free time in Ronda to further explore at your leisure. Continue your day tour to Setenil de las Bodegas, a fascinating village known for its unique architecture. Houses are built into the rock walls of a river gorge, creating a stunning and picturesque setting. Enjoy free time to discover the town before returning to Fuengirola.

Ronda - Private Historic Walking Tour

Ronda - Private Historic Walking Tour

Set off at Almocabar gate, one of the main entries to the impressive walled city of Ronda during Moorish times. In the 13th century, it was through this gate that the Catholic Monarch entered Ronda during their triumphal march after the reconquest of the city. Almocabar gate, one of the most outstanding remains of the defensive fortress walls, is well preserved. You can walk along the walls and enjoy views of the San Francisco area from the viewpoints of the two towers. Next, you will walk by the Church of Saint Mary the Elder. The church was built on the remains of a 13-century mosque which was itself constructed on top of a Visigothic church built on top of a Roman altar. Thanks to its rich history as a legacy from different civilizations, this monumental construction bears characteristics of various architectural styles: Renaissance, Gothic, Moorish, and Roman. As we move on, you will stop by Arab Baths of Ronda, one of Ronda’s most important tourist attractions. It is the best conserved of its kind in Spain and a hidden treasure that used to have a sophisticated water system using a traditional Moorish waterwheel. Its interior echoes Arabic ideas of cosmology with the star-shaped skylights and air vents in the vaulted ceilings. The next destination is Old Bridge, the second oldest of the three bridges spanning El Tajo Gorge, carved into the mountains by the Guadalevín River and declared a Natural Monument of Andalucía in April 2019. This peculiar natural feature bisects Ronda into two parts: the Old City (La Ciudad) and Little Market (El Mercadillo). From up there, you can watch the Guadalevin River below and its spectacular surroundings. Leaving Old Bridge, you will go by New Bridge designed by the famous architect José Martin de Aldehuela. The iconic monument, completed in 1793 after 34 years of construction, is the newest, largest, and highest of the three bridges, located at the very top of the canyon, directly linking the two sections of the city. Visit another monumental construction designed by the same architecture as the New Bridge, Bullring of Ronda. This unique historical and artistic heritage opened in 1785. It can hold up to 5,000 spectators and boasts the largest bullring arena in Spain. What’s more, it is the home of the Rondeño style of bullfighting in which bullfighters hold the now-iconic red cape while facing the bull on foot. Outside the arena are statues of Antonio Ordonez, another significant figure of Ronda, and life-size fighting bulls. Finish your tour at Carrera Espinel Shopping Street, a shopping thoroughfare stretching approximately 1 kilometer through the town. It is not only the central hub for retail therapy if you are in the mood for shopping but also a historic and cultural legacy with layers of interesting legends around the homely name Calle La Bola. There is a lot to explore in the charming streets lined with an array of shops and boutiques!

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