Ronda is situated at the norwest tip of the province of Malaga and surrounred by a continuity of high mountains “la serrania” that make the town attractive yet inaccessible some time ago. It is one of the oldest town in spain and has its origin in the prehistoric period. Amongst the most significant remains from this period is the cave of the pileta a true relic of true andalusian rural art, and some megalithic monuments such as the dolmens. The city still conserves the arab influence, such as the arab baths, the almocabar entrance door, etc, but the diversity of monuments and the impressive “el tajo” (famous gorge over 700 meter high) shows us ronda itself as a real monument. Setenil de la Bodega in a white village and very impresive houses under the rock
Our representative guide will meet the clients at the hotel along the coast and departure San Pedro de Alcantara and from there the coach will go the white village of Setenil de la Bodega with free time to admine and explore their built houses under the mountain rock, later we will continue tothe magnificent ronda mountain range to enjoy fantastic views. A walk around the old quarter with Almocabar entrance door (a walled door) and walking towards the Espiritu Santo’s church you will arrive to the town hall square qhere is the Santa Maria la Mayor’s church (old cathedral), and will continue though the old town passing municipal museum, don juan bosco’s house, and plaza de España with the famous “el Tajo”, and the famous bullring (the oldest in Spain) and its museum. Free time to explore the town and retun to Costa del Sol and hotels.