Visit the mountains of Malaga and Cadiz to discover two of Andalusia's most emblematic white villages: Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas.
Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas Day Trip
After picking you up in Cádiz we'll set off for Ronda. During the journey, we'll admire the typical Andalusian landscapes of farmland, mountain ranges and traditional white villages.
When we arrive in Ronda we'll be greeted by the emblematic Tajo de Ronda, also called Puente Nuevo, a bridge that has been separating the two parts of the village for over 200 years.
We'll explore the narrow white streets, head through the central Plaza del Socorro and visit the iconic Maestranza, one of the most important bullrings in Spain. We'll also get the chance to look out over the highland from the Mirador del Coño viewpoint.
Next, we'll head to Setenil de las Bodegas, a village built into cliffs. We'll walk along the Calle Cuevas del Sol, on the banks of the River Trejo, and admire the houses and restaurants built into the rocks. We'll also visit some artisan bakeries to try some of the typical wine donuts.
At the end of the trip, we'll return to Cádiz.
When you book, you'll need to select one of the following pick up points:
- Bus stop, Avenida Cayetano del Toro number 17-19: 8:50 am.
- Bus stop, Avenida Andalucia number 45, outside the Puertatierra Hotel: 8:55 am.
- Customs Building, Plaza Sevilla: 9 am.
Alternative pick up points
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|Adults||Children between 3 and 12 years old||Children under 3 years old|
Children between 3 and 12 years oldUS$ 41
Children under 3 years oldFree
9 hours - 10 hours.
The tour is exclusively in English.
English speaking guide.
Hotel pick up and drop off.
When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.
We will send you a voucher that you can show on your phone to take part in the activity.
No (not advisable for people with reduced mobility).