Ronda Cliff top Village Walking Tour

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Half Day (Duration: 02h30 approx.)


Price from: 40.00 euros

On this half-day private walking tour of Ronda one of Andalucia´s loveliest towns, steeped in history. Famous through Spain for the plunging river gorge known as El Tajo - The Cliff
  • Discover one of Andalucia's loveliest towns
  • Peer down into the Gorge to see River Guadalevín
  • English Speaking Local Guide



General Overview

Country: Spain
Region: Andalusia
City: Ronda
Duration: Half Day (Duration: 02h30 approx.)
Type: Half Day Tour Private
Theme: City and Village Walks
Group Size: 1 to 18 People
Price from: 40.00€


Ronda is one of Andalucia´s loveliest towns, steeped in history. It stands on a towering plateau in the mountains of Malaga Province, and is famous through Spain for the plunging river gorge which divides the medieval from the 18th-century parts of the town. This gorge is known as El Tajo - The Cliff and is spanned by a stone bridge, which once housed a prison. Visitors love to peer down into the gorge, to see the waters of the River Guadalevín.

Ronda sits in the heart of the Serrania de Ronda, about a hundred kms from the city of Malaga and it has a population of approximately 35,000 inhabitants. 

Surrounded by lush river valleys and sitting above a deep ravine, it is a place that literally takes your breath away when seeing it. Anyone who has visited Ronda will understand its appeal. It is one of the prettiest cities in Spain (being the third most visited city in Andalucia) and it is a very popular day trip for people on a Costa del Sol holiday.

Ronda (Acinipo) was first declared a city by Julius Caesar in the first century AD. When the Moorish troops under the command of Tarik-ibn-Zeyad invaded the region in 8C, one of the first routes they followed was the old Roman one, linking Gibraltar with the Roman settlement of Acinipo. They renamed the town to Izna-Rand-Onda - Ronda. The ruins of Acinipo actually sit 20Km outside of modern-day Ronda.

The Puente Nuevo – new bridge – was actually completed in 1793 and took forty two years to build. The bridge joins the old Moorish town and the newer, El Mercadillo parts of the city. It is, by far in a way, Ronda’s most famous landmark. 

Day by day itinerary

DAY 1:

  • Meet your private English-Speaking local guide in front of the Bullring entrance
  • Ronda is perched 2250 feet above sea level the town is completely divided into two parts separated by the river Guadalevin and joined by three bridges. A fortified castle and stronghold. The oldest bullring in Spain here is still in use.
  • Here you will take a walking tour to visit the Plaza de Toros, Collegial Church of Santa Maria la Mayor, Arab Baths, The Citadel.
  • We have reserved a table for your lunch either before or after the tour at a recommended restaurant.



Prices and Dates

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(Price per person)


  • English Speaking Official Guide for Half-day tour in Ronda
  • Entrance fees included when with guide
  • (LR) *Lunch Table Reservation in a recommended restaurant with fine cuisine (*Meal not included must order directly at the restaurant)
  • Entrance fee to Bullring Museum and Arab Baths, Collegial Church of Santa Maria la Mayor
  • Local Taxes


  • Meals not specified in itinerary 
  • Personal & Travel Insurance 
  •  Tip and Gratuities to Local guide

Cancellation policy

  • Up to 48 hrs before: Fully Refundable
  • Under 48 hrs : 100% Non-Refundable





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