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Day Tours near Ronda, Guided Mountain Biking, Cycling and Walking

Enjoy a Day Out in the Ronda Mountains with Expert Local Guides

Explore the stunning mountain countryside and local tracks and trails close to Ronda on guided day trips - mountain biking, hybrid bikes or walking. 

Our biking day trips and walking day trips are ideally suited to give holidaymakers and visitors to Ronda the best experience of the Andalucian countryside. We include visits to local sites of interest near the town of Ronda or head out to nearby white mountain villages. You will be surrounded by fabulous scenery, with plenty of time to stop to enjoy the views, take photos and then take in a few local tapas at the end. We have extensive knowledge of this area and our listed day trips offer something to suit all levels of ability, confidence and fitness. 

We are very flexible in our scheduling and don’t run set trips on set days  - we book rides and walks on a first come, first served basis which allows maximum flexibility for you to fit in a biking or walking day trip within your holiday plans. All our prices include a guide, bike hire (for cycling tours only!) and minibus pick-up and drop off, so you won’t find a simpler way to explore the local Andalucian countryside. Ronda is just a 50 minute drive from Marbella and the Costa del Sol, so it is easy to add some great mountain biking, cycling or walking into your beach holiday. 

Click on the boxes below to read more about our guided day trips or simply      Book your Spain Cycling or MTB holiday

  MTB Day Tour  Get out and about on a mountain bike, along ancient Roman routes, disused railways, drovers paths and forest tracks. Explore hidden valleys and mountain pathways which stretch across the Andalucian countryside for miles.  There is plenty for ..... read more  Cycling Day Tour  Road cycling daytrips are designed to be enjoyable and satisfying rides which utilise the smooth tarmac roads of the region but do not require extensive road bike experience.  You will enjoy them most if you are used to tackling a few hills and .....read moreWalking Day Tour  Get your boots on and take a hike up into the mountains to enjoy the fantastic views which you will find all around this part of Andalucia. Whilst only a relatively short distance from Spain’s busy coastal resorts around Malaga, the mountains are quiet and .....read more

Fitness Levels

Day trips are offered at all levels of fitness and technical difficulty; just click in the boxes above on the type of daytrip you are interested in (MTB, Road or Hiking) and you will see links to all the daytrips available. All trips are rated in terms of Easy / Moderate / Challenging (Mountain biking and Walking) and the Road Cycling trips show distance and alitude gain. Simply contact us if you want to find out more.

What to Bring?

Mountain Biking and Cycling

  • We supply bikes, helmets and water bottles. 
  • Footwear - Trainers or firm soled shoes. No open toed sandals or flip flops. 
  • Clothing - Loose, comfortable clothing or sportswear. Thin layers are better than 1 thick top as they are easier to remove during the ride if you get warm. Padded cycling shorts and cycling gloves will help to make your ride more comfortable but are not necessary. A thin windproof jacket is advisable on rides which go higher into the mountains or include long downhil sections (see individual ride details).
  • Rucksacks - Optional, to carry spare clothes, suncream etc. No bags allowed hanging from the handle bars.
  • Snacks - Refreshment stops usually scheduled for the end of your ride and also midway for longer rides. Bring your own if you will need something else en route.
  • Other - sunglasses, suncream!

Hiking

  • Footwear - Comfortable, worn-in shoes, trainers, walking boots or trekking sandals. No flip flops. 
  • Clothing - Loose, comfortable clothing or sportswear. Thin layers are better than 1 thick top as they are easier to remove during the walk if you get warm. A thin windproof jacket is advisable on higher altitude hikes (see individual walk details)
  • Rucksacks - A good idea to carry spare clothes, suncream etc. 
  • Water & Snacks - Bring plenty of water (allow 1/2 a litre per 5km in the hottest months). Refreshment stops usually scheduled for the end of your walk and also midway for longer walks. Bring your own if you will need something else en route.
  • Other - sunglasses, suncream and a hat or headcover of some sort in the hottest months


Minibus Support

To optimise the route choices available, our guided biking day trips and walking day trips are supported by our Hike + Bike minibus. This means we are not restricted to circular routes and can include the most interesting walks and bike rides in the local area. And the minibus is on hand if you find you have bitten off a bit more than you can chew and need a pick up before the end of the sceduled route. 

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