How many days in round
Spending a weekend in Ronda is one of those plans that should not be missing in the official calendar of our vacations. Although there are thousands of things to see in Ronda, two days are enough to get into its narrow streets, know the curiosities of its history, taste the typical dishes of the area and get the best photos of the city of the Tagus. We propose this itinerary with these must-see places.
Surely you will spend a good time to contemplate this wonder of nature. Before making a stop to fill your stomach and experience Ronda through its flavors, divert your steps to the Romantic Travelers viewpoint in Arminán street, 17. There you will read some of the phrases about the city, fruit of the inspiration of poets like Edmun Boissiere or Richard Ford. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries many of them decided to visit the town attracted by the exoticism of southern Europe. Here you can not miss a selfie for the photo album!
Now it’s time. The appetite is pressing and you have to regain strength. You can do it in our restaurant Abades Ronda. We offer you a delicate balance of haute cuisine, traditional Ronda products and views that make you do not want the table to end. Try, for example, the Ronda Cottage Cheese with Red Fruit Soup, Honey Ice Cream and Crunchy Bread or the Foie Millefeuille with Goat Cheese and Caramelized Apple. If you feel like terraces, choose our Terrace Mirador. It will leave you speechless. And if you want a more intimate atmosphere, the upper or lower floor of La Casa. Whatever you choose, you will be satisfied.
Get to know Ronda in a day
After the conquest, the “golden century” of Ronda was the 18th century, when some of the most emblematic monuments of Ronda were built, such as the New Bridge or the Bullring. However, it was the 19th and 20th centuries that gave free rein to that romantic image of Ronda thanks to the arrival of writers and illustrious characters such as Ernest Hemingway or Orson Welles.
Our visit to Ronda was part of a getaway where we took the opportunity to see the Torcal de Antequera and walk the impressive walkways of the Caminito del Rey. Although many people usually visit Ronda as a day trip from the city of Malaga.
We started our intense day getting strength with a breakfast at the churrería Dana, near the Avenida de Málaga. From there, we started a long walk along one of the liveliest streets of Ronda, Carrera Espinel. It is a pedestrian street with lots of atmosphere and full of restaurants, bars and stores. We returned to this street on more than one occasion for lunch.
Ronda in a day
All our Slow Tourism activities in Ronda aim to encourage the participation of the local community and the inclusion of the traveler in a real scenario; we work hard so that whoever visits us lives an authentic and memorable experience away from clichés, masses and touristy things, based on our own tastes and interests, we offer different Slow Tourism activities in Ronda suitable for couples, families, groups of friends and solo travelers. In addition, true to our principles and philosophy, we always encourage Slow Tourism in Ronda, or in other words, a leisurely way of traveling that has nothing to do with bucket lists or multi-destination getaways.
Breakfast. Departure from Lourdes through the Midi-Pyrenees region to reach Toulouse, the pink city, known for the number of buildings of this color that make it a reference city in Europe for its architectural style. Free time to visit the Basilica of Saint Sernin or the Cloister of the Jacobins Convent. Later departure to the region of Occitania, formerly known as Languedoc-rousillon, to reach Carcassonne. Medieval fortified city on the banks of the Aude river, with its 3 kilometers of walls and 52 towers that make it the largest in Europe. We suggest optional visit of the city. Lodging.
This is the list of the most frequently used hotels in this circuit. Reflected only for indicative purposes, the passenger can be accommodated in similar or alternative establishments.