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Ronda, Spain, the mountaintop city

Ronda in Spain is a beautiful isolated city located on top of a mountain. This article is about how to get to Ronda, things to do in this nostalgic city, and an excellent recommendation.

The Spanish province of Málaga is an area filled with surprising places that are sometimes difficult to reach by public transport, such as Ronda. The city is located 63 kilometers north of Marbella.

Information on public transport to Ronda is not always clearly provided in other locations. Tourists miss a nice day trip because of that.

So, let’s fix that!

How to get to Ronda

Ronda Spain - Puente Nuevo (New Bridge)
Puente Nuevo (New Bridge), spanning 120-metre-deep (390 ft) standing on the Guadalevín River that devides Ronda with southern Spain. The architect of Puente Nuevo was José Martin de Aldehuela.

How to get to Ronda? One word, ‘DAYTRIP4U‘. This small company is run by the married couple Gary and Karen Jessop, the “Bonnie and Clyde” in excursions.

Everyone wants to enjoy their holiday without worry and stress. This company takes care of everything.

Daytrip4u literally picks you up at your hotel plus gives you a private tour in Ronda or Mijas. In contrast with public transport, the minibus is with air conditioning.

At the end of the day —when you are exhausted— the company drops you off at your hotel.

In a few clicks, you can safely book your adventurous trip to Ronda safe and easy.

Things to do in Ronda

Ronda Spain - Monumento al Toro, Plaza de Toros (Bullring)
Monumento al Toro is located on Plaza de Toros (Bullring), the home of the Rondeño style of bullfighting. Build in 1784.

Ronda offers a rich history. Visible in the streets and culture.

You will be picked up at your hotel at 9 am. The trip takes about 1 hour (from Marbella).

You are surrounded by a beautiful mountain landscape the moment you get out the vehicle.

You get a walkthrough through the old and new part of Ronda.

You will see the infamous Plaza Del Toro, Puente Nuevo, and Santa Maria.

Make sure your camera is fully charged because the excursion can take up to 8 hours.


Geplaatst door Daytrip4u op Zondag 7 april 2019


Ronda is definitely a good addition to your vacation. In addition to so many beautiful sights, we also recommend typical Ronda’s culinary delights such as Rabo de Toro (bull’s tail) which taste like beef stew.

People write positive reviews about Daytrip4U and for that reason Radio Marbella recommends to book a trip to Ronda or Mijas with this fantastic small company.



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