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Ronda: Reservatauro Ronda Guided Walking Tour Ticket

1. Ronda: Reservatauro Ronda Guided Walking Tour Ticket

Walk through a breeding farm of fighting bulls and pure Andalusian horses with this ticket for a walking tour in the Reservatauro Ronda. Follow your guide through a biosphere reserve on the Costa del Sol that was founded by the bullfighter Rafael Tejada. Meet your guide at the Reservatauro Ronda and begin your walking tour. Share in the lives of horses and bulls throughout all their breeding stages and their fascinating selection process. Interact with these majestic creatures. Immerse yourself in the environment of the king of the meadow, the bull. Find out about the breeding secrets and the brave bulls selection process. Get up close to the bulls in each stage of their lives. In spring see newborn calves and foals. Admire herds of sleek horses. Soak up the native flora and fauna of the Serranía de Ronda during your visit. Feel the joy of walking under centuries-old oaks.

From Seville: Ronda Full-Day Trip

2. From Seville: Ronda Full-Day Trip

Discover Ronda's most intriguing sights such as the New Bridge and the house of San Juan Bosco. Learn about one of Spain's largest exports on a tour of an olive oil mill. First, visit an olive mill and discover the secrets of olive oil production. Enjoy a small tasting of extra-virgin olive oil. Next, your local tour guide will accompany you to Ronda, one of the oldest cities in Spain, with origins in prehistoric times. Walk through the 19th-century gardens in the Alameda del Tajo, whose views are simply breathtaking. Discover the New Bridge, which joins the old and new quarters of Ronda. Here, enjoy views of the Tajo de Ronda, which is over 100 meters deep.  Next, visit the most significant monuments, such as the famous house of San Juan Bosco, a palace in modernist style with some colonial touches and Nasrid decoration. Enjoy the marvelous views of the valley. See the Old Bridge, the Bridge of Felipe V, San Miguel, and the Church of Santa Maria, located in the historic center and built over the old mosque. Admire the Mudejar tower and Casita de la Torre, the pinnacle of Ronda's religious architecture. Explore Ronda alone before returning to Seville.

White Towns of Andalusia and Ronda: Day Trip from Seville

3. White Towns of Andalusia and Ronda: Day Trip from Seville

Depart Seville on this day trip to Andalusia's famous white towns and Ronda. Enjoy a olive oil tasting, monuments, and fascinating architecture in the company of your guide. Begin your experience with a visit to an olive mill to discover all the secrets of olive oil production, and enjoy a small tasting of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Next, journey to Ronda with a local guide to explore one of the oldest towns in Spain. Take a stroll along the tree-lined paths of the 19th-century gardens of Alameda del Tajo, where the views are simply breathtaking. Go to the bridge that connects Ronda´s old and new districts, and get a great view of the El Tajo canyon on which the city is perched. See the modernist palace of the Casa de San Juan Bosco, complete with colonial and Nasrid decorations and stunning views of the valley. Immerse yourself in monuments like the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor. Admire the Mudejar tower and the Casita de la Torre, where the architecture is an emblematic blend of Christian, Arab, late Gothic, and Renaissance styles.  

Ronda winery tour from Seville

4. Ronda winery tour from Seville

Visit the wine producing region around Ronda with this private tour from Seville. Experience walking through the vineyards and sampling local wines. Head to Ronda to see the Puente Nuevo bridge and stroll through the city center. Be picked up from your accommodation in Seville. Drive through the Andalusian countryside which is dotted with white Andalusian villages. Stop at a winery in the countryside outside of Ronda. Take a 2-hour guided tour of the winery. Listen as your guide explains how they are recuperating lost grape varieties. Learn more about different growing conditions. Enjoy walking through the vineyards. Finish by trying some wine and a selection of tapas. Continue to the town of Ronda for two-hours of free time to explore the city on your own. Take a stroll along the walkway around the gorge to see views of the gorge and the Puente Nuevo bridge.

From Cadiz: Ronda & Arcos de la Frontera Private Day Trip

5. From Cadiz: Ronda & Arcos de la Frontera Private Day Trip

Travel from Cadiz to the White Andalucía village to see the unique village perched on a cliff called Arcos de la Frontera Take a two hour tour of the town of Ronda and marvel at the 18th-century Puente Nuevo bridge. Be picked up from Cadiz. Stop at the white Andalusian village of arcos de la Frontera. Head to the picturesque town of Ronda which is famous for its river gorge known as El Tajo. See the Puente Nuevo bridge which spans the gorge. Tour the historic old town for two hours with a private guide. Start your walking tour at the town square, known as Plaza de España. Finish at Plaza de Toros Maestranza, which is one of the oldest bullrings in Spain. Have some free time to explore Ronda. Purchase lunch at a nice local restaurant or do some shopping before returning to Cadiz.

From Marbella or Estepona: Ronda, Bullring, & Baths Day Trip

6. From Marbella or Estepona: Ronda, Bullring, & Baths Day Trip

Discover the majesty of the city of Ronda on this day trip from Marbella or Estepona. Walk through a bullring in the city where the sport first began. See stunning tile work at the house of Don Bosco and the 13th-century Arabic bathhouses. Be picked up from your accommodation in Marbella or Estepona. Sit back and relax in a comfortable vehicle on the drive to the city of Ronda which is situated on top of a hill and cut by the 100-meter deep Tajo de Ronda gorge that was carved by the Guadalevín river. Travel to the historic part of the city which was once inhabited by the Celts, Romans, and Moors. Uncover the history of the city as you see monuments in the historic center like the town hall. Visit the an 18th century bullring which houses a museum and is home to the oldest Royal Horsemanship order in Spain. Enter the modernist palace at the house of Don Bosco which is known for its known for its Arab and regional ceramics. Admire the arches at the ruins of the Arab Baths. Spend some free time exploring the city where you can get some lunch or look for souvenirs at local shops and boutiques. Travel back to your accommodation in Marbella or Estepona.

From Granada: Ronda Winery and Sightseeing Tour

7. From Granada: Ronda Winery and Sightseeing Tour

Discover one of the region's most important wineries on a minivan tour. Savor a wine tasting paired with a selection of local tapas to end your experience with a flourish. Enjoy free time in the historic city of Ronda. Starting from Granada, begin a 2-hour journey to the Ronda Winery region. Pass through some spectacular Andalusian countryside dotted with white Andalusian villages and a stunning landscape. Stroll through the vineyards where your guide will explain to you the important task of recuperating the lost grape varieties, as well the differences of the growing conditions according to the different altitudes and soil conditions. Finish with a wine tasting accompanied by a selection of tapas. Afterward, head to the town of Ronda where you will have two hours of free time to explore the city on your own. Get stunning views of the gorge and Puente nuevo (New bridge) on the walkway that leads around from the gorge.

From Granada: Tour to Ronda and Setenil de Las Bodegas

8. From Granada: Tour to Ronda and Setenil de Las Bodegas

Travel from Granada to Ronda on a private tour and stop to see the white dwellings built into rock overhangs above the Rio Trejo in Setenil de Las Bodegas. Visit Ronda and see the Puente Nuevo bridge. Be picked up from your hotel and relax as you drive to Setenil de Las Bodegas. Stop and take some pictures of the unique houses nestled into the cliffs in this town. Continue on to the town of Ronda. See the river gorge and marvel at the 18th-century Puente Nuevo bridge that spans the gorge. Take a 2-hour guided tour of old town. Start at Plaza de España and end at one of the oldest bullrings in Spain, Plaza de Toros Maestranza. Learn more about the history of the city from your informative local guide. Take some free time to enjoy Ronda and go to some shops or have lunch at a local restaurant before heading back to Granada.

From Seville: Ronda and Setenil de Las Bodegas Private Tour

9. From Seville: Ronda and Setenil de Las Bodegas Private Tour

Travel from Seville to the white Andalusian village of Setenil de Las Bodegas to see the unique houses built into rock over-hangings. Take a two hour tour of the town of Rhonda and marvel at the 18th-century Puente Nuevo bridge. Be picked up from your accommodation in Seville. Stop at the white Andalusian village of Setenil de Las Bodegas. Head to the picturesque town of Ronda which is famous for its river gorge known as El Tajo. See the Puente Nuevo bridge which spans the gorge. Tour the historic old town for two hours with a private guide. Start your walking tour at the town square, known as Plaza de España. Finish at Plaza de Toros Maestranza, which is one of the oldest bullrings in Spain. Have some free time to explore Ronda. Purchase lunch at a nice local restaurant or do some shopping before returning to Seville.

From Málaga: Ronda Tour with Bullring and Don Bosco's House

10. From Málaga: Ronda Tour with Bullring and Don Bosco's House

Get to know the iconic city of Ronda on a private guided day trip. Follow your guide to sights like the Tajo de Ronda gorge, the historical center, and the town hall. Uncover the facinating history of this ancient city. Be picked up from the comfort of your accommodation in Málaga and sit back and relax in a spacious air-conditioned car on the way to the stunning Andalusian city of Ronda. Take a look at the Tajo de Ronda, a 100-meter deep gorge carved by the Guadalevín river, which divides the city in two and gives it a unique and spectacular appearance. See how the gorge is spanned by the Puente Nuevo bridge.  Discover how the city was inhabited by the Celts, built by the Romans, conquered by the Moors, and reconquered by the Christians. Visit monuments such as the town hall in the historic center and the Arabic baths. Spend some time exploring the bullring which is a museum and home to the oldest Royal Horsemanship order in Spain. Stop at the house of Don Bosco to see its Arabic and regional ceramics and enjoy the views from its whimsical gardens. After finishing your tour, have some free time to wander through the city or sample some Andalusian gastronomy before your driver takes you you back to your accommodation in Málaga.

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Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 23 reviews

Our driver Roman spoke some German, although the tour is not offered in German in winter. That made the day especially nice, the local guide in Ronda also spoke German and gave us insider tips for Seville. Ronda is very beautiful, with its bullring, historic bridge and white houses. Because we still had some time, we were able to visit the cathedral. Only the wine tasting could be deleted from the program. We were taken into a courtyard where there were a couple of wine barrels. Everyone got a glass and could taste it, nothing was explained. When we asked if the wines could be bought, we were advised against because everything would be overpriced. After 10 minutes it was all over !!!! Unfortunately, you don't get the full view of the bridge, as it can be seen on postcards, because you would have to drive into the valley and we couldn't convince Roman about that.

A great way to see the “countryside” if you don’t want to rent a car. Being off season there were only seven passengers and none of the stops were overrun by tourists.

Very interesting tour, through places of historical and cultural interest, good food and breathtaking landscapes. Very friendly and professional staff

-Driver very safe on the narrow, winding roads -Guide very attentive, makes sure the group is complete, explains a lot -great tour!

Wonderful trip for anyone wanting to learn the beauty of Andalusia!