Tour to Ronda

In the heart of the Serrania de Ronda, this a paradise that you can simply must visit.

“The heart of the Serrania de Ronda is a place worth being known”.  😍

If we go back in time to the pre-roman time, the Phoenicians are the inhabits of Ronda. After the Phoenicians lived in Ronda the Muslims came. During the Muslim period the city  grew a lot.

Nowadays, the city is an essential visit if you are in the province of Málaga. The most emblematic sights are the ‘Puente Nuevo ‘, ‘Puente Viejo, the Plaza de Toros, the Arabic baths and the Jewish quarter.

As a matter of fact there is no better way to discover this Andalusian treasure than taking a 2,5 hours tour with us. We will show you the most beautiful places and hidden secrets.

Enjoy the city as a local and go on an adventure with us.

In Málaga Adventures we organise guided tours of Ronda for private groups and excursions and we will leave from Málaga. we come back in the afternoon at the place we left. Further it is ofcourse possible to go in the afternoon on another tour with us to the Alcazaba in Malaga. Or join us on one of our Free tour we give every day through Malaga.

If you want more info, just contact us.


Small group
1-5 people
98€/per group
Medium Group
6-15 people
135€/per group
Large group
16-30 people
180€/per group



All our tours could be provided in Spanish, English, Italian, French, and German.


We organize tours not only in Malaga but in all Andalusia.


We provide tours in a clear, enjoyable and funny way. We adapt perfectly to all ages.

Short info


It can be organized any day.




English, Spanish, Italian, French, German

Meeting point

Contact us by e-mail or Whatsapp.

How to recognize our tour guides?

The guide will be waiting for you at the meeting point and he/she will wear the red t-shirt of Málaga Adventures. It will be very easy to recognise.

Moreover, we are going to provide you his/her phone number for every necessity.

Tour Route

Iglesia del Socorro

The name of this square comes from the church situated in it that is “La Iglesia del Socorro” (Assistance church in English). One of the peculiarities of Plaza del Socorro of Ronda is the statue of Hercules that we will find here, finding out together why this mythological hero and Andalusia are related

Plaza de Toros de Real Maestranza

The bullfight is an old tradition all around Andalusia but especially in Ronda. We will learn together how it evolved during the times, discovering facts about some important families of bullfighter and about a special kind of bullfight, “La Corrida Goyesca”. Additionally, we will take a walk through the “walk of fame” of Ronda!

Paseo Blas Infante

From this Paseo we can reach one of the most beautiful viewpoints where we can appreciate a slice of the astonishing view of the Serrania of Ronda and of all the nature that surrounds this city. The name recalls Blas Infante, an important political figure in Andalusia.

Puente Nuevo

Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) was built to connect the old part of Ronda with the new one. The adjective new has been given to differentiate it from the Old bridge (Puente viejo) existing before. Puente Nuevo was built in 1735 but after six years it collapsed. We will give a look to this magnificent bridge talking about its architecture, its history and its legends.

Palacio Mondragón
Iglesia Santa María La Mayor

This church is the main church of Ronda and it has a very peculiar shape. It was built on the old Mosque of the city, of which maintains some rests. Moreover its most surprising feature is the balcony that allows the view on the main square.

Palacio del Marqués de Salvatierra
Puente Viejo

The Old Bridge of Ronda took this name after the new bridge of the city was built. It is also known as the Roman Bridge even if, for the historians it is a muslim bridge.

Jardines de Cuenca
Plaza de España

People talking about us

Abd elkader Abd elhalim
Abd elkader Abd elhalim
09:52 29 Aug 19
It was a nice tour in Alcazaba, a lot of knowledge and fun by Anna the tour guide. highly recommended.
L3onie B
L3onie B
11:38 11 Jul 19
Last week I did the Free Tour of Malaga Adventures and it was awesome!!! I enjoyed it a lot. I really liked the tour guide because she was so friendly, funny and open. She showed us the city in a different way and after the tour I felt almost like a real malageño ;)mehr
Calugher Simona
Calugher Simona
15:04 31 May 19
Had an amazing experience with Malaga Adventures. The guide was very well prepared. The tour was fun and informative. Would definitely recommend doing it on the first days of vacationmehr
Jossy Munro
Jossy Munro
14:36 27 May 19
I went on the free walking tour with Imma and I had a great time! Imma was really friendly and her style was both humorous and informative; there was certainly a lot of laughter during the tour! I learnt a lot about the history and culture of Malaga (and also Andalusia in general), and I think the different stops on the tour were really well chosen. The tour lasted 1 hour 30 mins and was the perfect way of getting an insight into this fantastic city!mehr
Immacolata Calicchio
Immacolata Calicchio
15:23 31 Jan 19
I really enjoy the tour! it was a good way to discover the city and learn a lot of tips about Malaga! Highly recommended!mehr
Laura Watermann
Laura Watermann
13:38 18 Dec 18
Best free tours in Málaga! Not only very entertaining, you also learn a lot about Málaga's most interesting places, its history and hidden charms! I definitely recommend it to anyone visiting Málaga. Also: Ask the guide for recommendations for tapas places, bars, museums etc. Their tips were really useful for me during my stay in the city :)mehr
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