Visit Ronda

Experience the real Spain in the heart of Andalusia

If you’re thinking of taking a trip through Spain, Ronda should top your list of places to visit! The warmth of its people, its excellent climate and its extraordinary location make our city the ideal place to immerse yourself in Spanish culture.

Surrounded by stunning mountain scenery and traditional white towns ‘pueblos blancos,’ Ronda is situated in the south of Spain, in the Andalusian province of Malaga. The city itself is divided into two distinct areas, bisected by the 100m deep ‘El Tajo’ gorge. In the more modern part of the city, you’ll find lively Spanish bars, the main shopping streets and the more urban side of Ronda. By contrast, the old town, much more tranquil, is renowned for its beautiful narrow streets and white-washed houses. It’s precisely in this part of the city that you’ll find Entrelenguas – a cultural hub in the San Francisco neighbourhood, just a stone’s throw from the main sites of interest in Ronda.

Only 45 minutes away from the sunny Costa del Sol, and two hours from Granada and Seville, Ronda provides you with the perfect base from which to explore everything Andalusia has to offer. Travelling by plane is problem-free, with daily flights from Malaga connecting you to the rest of Europe.

Ronda Map

Experience Local | Sustainable tourism

Wandering through the streets of Ronda, you’ll come across lots of bars and restaurants adorned with the orange ‘Experience Local’ sign. Here at Entrelenguas, we’ve developed an alternative culinary guide to help you avoid tourist-traps when looking for a bite to eat! Discover authentic Andalusian gastronomy in eateries that use only the best seasonal products from the local area. Our aim is to help travellers enjoy the best of Ronda’s culinary scene, all whilst encouraging the sustainable development of the town – everyone’s a winner!

Local experiences map

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