Visiting Ronda and Spain

Information and tips about places to go, what to see and what to do in southern Spain.

'Ronda Sights' Cycling & Walking Tour

Join us on a unique Ronda experience, a walking and cycling tour which explores the town’s historic sights and the countryside which surrounds it. Professional, local guides share their knowledge, insight and love of Ronda.

Added: 10/06/2021

Outdoor Activities in the Sierra de las Nieves

Just over 100 years ago, Spain created its first National Park,…

Added: 03/05/2021

Where and How to Travel Safely after Covid-19

Where can I travel to and what can I do? These are two of the most common questions we hear as everyone looks forward…

Added: 13/03/2021

Application process for Spanish TIE Residency Card

The TIE (Tarjeta de Identidad de Extranjero) is a Foreigners ID Card which is issued to non-EU residents in Spain. After Brexit, this will be a…

Added: 31/10/2020

Best Ronda Tourist Information

Here is a great short guide to Ronda's 12 must-see things by John Kramer at Spain-holiday.com

Whilst we'd recommend simply wandering through the town's old streets as a pleasure in itself, if you have limited time or just want to catch the most…

Added: 20/10/2019

What to do in Ronda after your Bike Ride or Hike

Here is a piece we thought was interesting, written by a visitor to Ronda who has enjoyed the local countryside and would like to share her ideas about how to unwind after your biking or hking activities. Thanks, Jess for your thoughts…

Added: 25/04/2019

Guide to Semana Santa in Ronda - Easter Holy Week

Semana Santa (or Holy Week) is almost upon us again. It is an event of great significance in Ronda, as in most Andalucian towns and villages - even more important than Christmas – and the holy week processions are…

Added: 22/03/2019

Tarifa, Baelo Claudio and Costa de la Luz

The small town of Tarifa sits at the southernmost point of Europe, with its toes in the Straits of Gibraltar and Morocco and the north coast of Africa just a stone’s throw away across the water.  It is just 15km or 1 hour on one of the many…

Added: 07/06/2014

Cordoba - Capital of Moorish El-Andalus

As the boys headed off on a 3-day bike trip from Cordoba to Granada (more of that when they finish), I took the chance to visit the city of Cordoba. The city was of strategic importance back in Roman times but it's heyday was when it flourished…

Added: 30/05/2014

The Independent recommends Ronda

We thought this was a lovely piece recently published in The Independent; well worth a read for the great sense of the local atmosphere which it conjures up.

  Hill towns of Andalucia: for high art, go for culture vulture www.independent.…
Added: 15/04/2014