These tours vary in length, from a day dedicated entirely to Ronda, to longer itineraries where you spend half a day in Ronda.
1. Guided Tour of Ronda from Malaga, Seville or Costa del Sol
A full-day tour of the pueblo blanco (white village of Ronda), giving you the complete Ronda experience as part of well-organized tour. Your bus picks you up from your hotel. You are then taken on a walk around the town, taking in the cathedral, the Old Quarter, the oldest bullring in Spain and the bridge over the spectacular gorge. On the way home, you visit the fashionable Puerto Banus port.
Departs from Malaga or a number of pick-up points along the Costa del Sol:
- Ronda Tour from Costa del Sol (book direct)
- Ronda Tour from Malaga (book direct)
- Ronda Tour from Seville (book direct)
Alternatively, for a tour focussed more on gastronomy than the town of Ronda itself, check out this Ronda Organic Olive Oil and Wine Tour from Malaga.
2. Madrid to Costa del Sol via Cordoba, Seville & Ronda (Three Days)
Slightly shorter than the previous tour, missing out Mérida, which is a shame, but it is a day shorter, taking you from Madrid to Seville, with a few hours stopover in Cordoba, where you visit the Mosque, Synagogue and Jewish Quarter.
Day two is spent in Seville, with a morning guided tour and the rest of the day left for you to explore.
On the third day, your bus takes you from Seville to Ronda, where you are shown around the city before being dropped off in the afternoon in Torremolinos, on the Costa del Sol.
Accommodation on the two nights on the tour are spent in Seville.
3. Madrid to Seville, Cordoba, Toledo, Ronda, Costa del Sol and Granada (Five Days)
Toledo, Ronda and the Alhambra are three of the most difficult sights to visit independently in Spain (see Organized Tours vs Independent Travel for why). On this tour, you see all three.
Starting in Madrid, you visit Cordoba on day one. Day two takes in Seville, day three is spent in Ronda and the Costa del Sol, day four in Granada and day five takes you to back to Madrid via Toledo.
Though this tour crams a lot into five days, it is a hassle-free way of seeing some of Spain's absolute gems and conveniently leaves you back where you started in Madrid. Combine with independent travel around the north.