Ronda Tour – Full Day


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Ronda Tour – Full Day

If you are visiting beautiful Andalusia, donandrsquo;t miss this exciting Ronda Tour during which youandrsquo;ll see the spectacular Ronda gorge, visit a famous bullring and ancient churches, taste local wines at a bodega and much more!


Enjoy a full-day tour from the Costa del Sol to Ronda.
Enjoy a tour of the town of Ronda – one of the andlsquo;white villages of Andalusia.
See the spectacular Ronda Gorge.
Visit Spainandrsquo;s oldest bullring and its museum.
Visit a 15th century church.
Take a guided tour of a Bodega and learn how Spanish wines are made.
Includes return transport from the Costa del Sol and an English-speaking guide.

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Andalusia is a stunningly beautiful place, and no more so than in Ronda, an ancient town and one of famous andlsquo;white villagesandrsquo; of Andalusia.

During your journey from the Costa Del Sol, relax in air-conditioned comfort and take in the stunning scenery of the Andalusian countryside.

When you arrive in Ronda, youandrsquo;ll see the famous 18th century Puente Neuvo (New Bridge) which stretches across the El Tajo River gorge.

On a tour of townandrsquo;s main square, youandrsquo;ll see the Plaza de Espaandntilde;a, the Church of St Mary the Elder and the 15th century Church of the Holy Spirit.

Moving on, youandrsquo;ll head to the oldest bullring in Spain where all the most important bullfighting events are held – the Plaza de Toros.

Here youandrsquo;ll learn more about the traditions behind bullfighting and visit the attached museum with memorabilia including photographs of famous fans such as Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles.

Enjoy a guided tour of the Bodegas La Sangre de Ronda wine cellar next, where youandrsquo;ll discover what it takes to produce Spanish wines and maybe indulge in a sample or two to test its merits!

Take free time to explore Ronda at your own pace before making the return journey to the coast, perhaps people-watching the locals as they go about their day or indulging in traditional tapas at a local cafe.

Keep your camera handy to capture the beauty of the Andalusian landscape as you make the return journey back to the Costa del Sol.