Admire the architectural marvel of Ronda’s Puente Nuevo, a stunning 98 high- bridge that spans the El Tajo gorge, offering breath-taking views (not suited for vertigo prone guests!)
Wander through the historic old town of Ronda, characterized by narrow cobblestone streets, charming squares, and well-preserved medieval architecture.
Visit one of the oldest bullrings in Spain, offering a glimpse into the country’s rich bullfighting tradition. The onsite museum provides insight into the unexpected history of this cultural practice.
Explore the Baños Arabes, ancient Arab baths dating back to the 13th century, where visitors can appreciate the architectural influence of Moorish culture.
A charming nearby village, El Bosque, offers a peaceful retreat with scenic landscapes, traditional Andalusian architecture, and opportunities for outdoor activities.
Nature enthusiasts can delve into the beauty of the Serranía de Ronda Natural Park, with its diverse flora and fauna, hiking trails, and panoramic viewpoints and cycle tracks.
Discover the local wines of the region by visiting one of the many nearby wineries. Ronda has a burgeoning wine scene, and a tasting experience allows you to savour the flavours of Andalusian viticulture.
Delve into prehistoric history by exploring the Cueva de la Pileta, a cave adorned with ancient rock art and formations, providing a fascinating glimpse into the past being one of the few original caves to visit on the planet.
Experience eco-tourism at Los Villalones, an eco-reserve dedicated to sustainable agriculture and nature conservation. Guided tours offer insights into organic farming practices and local biodiversity.
Very hip is the village of Setenil de las Bodegas, a municipality famous for its dwellings built into rock overhangs.
Contact our House Manager to plan your bespoke experiences and explore the attractions of the region