The White Village Ronda from Granada
- Experience life in the white village of Ronda
- Cross the infamous New Bridge and revel in its beauty
- Release the romantic in you as you float from plaza to plaza
- Take in the panoramic views from the city on a hill
As you approach Ronda you will surely wonder how on earth this amazing town was constructed up so high. To find out we will take you through the lush Andalusian valleys and up deep into the heart of it’s stunning white facade.
As one of the oldest towns in Spain, located between the sea and the mountains, Ronda’s history is coloured and complex. This has left behind a melting pot of amazing architecture, friendly locals and some of the area’s best tapas – all in a jaw dropping setting. You will be spoilt for choice on the selection of local wines, and for something truly authentic, pair this with rabbit, slow cooked in garlic and mushrooms – yum!
Follow the cobbled stones through the white washed narrow streets and you will see why Ronda was the place of Europe’s most romantic poets. Declare your love from the balcony of lovers, lull in the infamous Alameda del Tajo or one of it’s tranquil plazas. All of which are smothered in the colours of sweet smelling flowers and boast hair-tingling views.
Where there is love, there is pain. Understand the truth behind Spain’s modern history, it’s people and it’s bullfighting. Bullfighting as we now know it was born in Ronda and is now an emblem of the country.
To reach the magnificent bullring it’s across ‘The Bridge’ (entrance not included)! Connecting the old and new town, the New Bridge offers amazing views of the Serrania of Ronda and the valley below.
What goes up, must come down! We will head down the windy path to look up through the gorge at the bridge’s impressive arches, looming almost 100m over us. Feel your stomach turn as you now see Ronda sitting delicately on the mountain edge. What a site.
- Schedule: Daily at 9am
- Duration: 8 hours
- Group size: 1-8 people
- Meeting point: Hotel pick up
- Expert driver/guide.
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Insider tips
- Gratuities (optional)
- Entrance to monuments (optional)
- Food and drinks