- Day trip to Ronda from Granada with an expert local guide
- Discover the history of one of Spain’s oldest cities on a walking tour and see sights such as San Juan Bosco House
- Visit Alameda del Tajo gardens and New Bridge, Ronda’s iconic landmark
- Stop for photos inside Ronda’s Plaza de Toros, the city’s famous stone bullring
- Take a wine tour of Bodegas La Sangre de Ronda inside the Wine Museum of Ronda
- Sample a selection of prestigious Andalucian wine while learning about winemaking in the area
What You Can Expect
Amble into the city center to see some of Ronda’s top attractions close-up. Visit Plaza de Toros, the historical bullring made from stone, and take photos from the center of the ring. Continue along New Bridge, the dramatic stone crossing that connects Ronda’s historical and modern-day districts, and gaze down at the impressive El Tajo de Ronda gorge that measures more than 328 feet (100 meters) deep.
See San Juan Bosco House with its Modernist architecture, and visit the Old Bridge, Felipe V Gate Bridge and the Roman Bridge (Puente San Miguel). Ronda has religious sights in abundance, too, and your walking tour also includes sights of the beautiful Church of Santa Maria — built on an ancient mosque — as well as Mudejar Tower and Casita de la Torre with its Gothic and Renaissance religious architecture.
Visit the Wine Museum of Ronda for a tour of Bodegas La Sangre de Ronda, the city’s esteemed winery. Learn about the winemaking heritage of Ronda and the surrounding area, and sample a selection of the wine and than enjoy a break for lunch at a local restaurant (own expense).
Then, enjoy some free time to explore the city at your own pace. Shop for wine to take home, sightsee independently or perhaps visit a cafe for a drink (own expense) before returning to Granada. After leaving the city, your day trip finishes with a drop-off at your Granada hotel.