Ronda-experience

What is Slow tourism?

We define Slow tourism as a travel philosophy which allows you to see the more authentic side of a destination from the experience of a traveller. The aim of returning to a relaxed way of life, to having time to reflect on what we want, to...

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Erasmus Plus Malaga

Sonia, the new member of Entrelenguas!

Sonia Octavio is a student at the University of Swansea, Wales but currently lives in Ronda. Today we interviewed her to find out more about her opinion about what it is to live, work and study in this city - and especially if she likes...

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¡Pura Vida!

Bríd Walsh left her job, her house, her friends and her native Cork last year in order to travel the world with her wife Clare. They ended up in Ronda, where a month-long visit somehow lengthened into almost half a year...

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Orange Tourism | A different way to travel

The term “Orange tourism” comes under the umbrella of the “Orange Economy”, which refers to a cultural and creative economy. These two terms relate to a discussion of how to generate alternative ways of working within the economic system, a philosophy which is of course...

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volunteering

A Good and Beautiful Cause

Volunteering in Spain provides a fantastic opportunity to not only make a tangible difference to the lives of others, but also to absorb Spainish language and culture as you do so.  Entrelenguas works closely with Proyecto Hombre in Ronda, part of the Senda Association, to provide volunteers with a...

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