We will start our accessible private day tour to Ronda in Alameda del Tajo. First, you will take a wooded walk that provides magnificent panoramic views of Ronda Mountain Range. Ronda’s bull ring is one of the oldest in Spain, and it is considered a Site of Cultural Interest due to its unique history and architecture. During the walk at Paseo de Blas Infante, we will stop at the viewpoint of La Sevillana to enjoy the views of the landscape. Next, you can explore another symbol of Ronda called Puente Nuevo. It is an 18th Century bridge located over a chasm, that helped make urban development possible.
Once we arrive in the historic parts of town we will visit Casa don Bosco. This small palace belonged to Granadino’s family, known for its beautiful patio. It is decorated with Nasrid tiles and regional ceramics. Furthermore, it offers a garden with fantastic views of the landscape of Ronda. Also, you can see a collection of 19th Century tapestries and furniture made of walnut.
Next we will continue to Plaza de Campillos. It has a stunning view and if you look up ahead you can see Mondragon Palace. The palace is the most important civil monument in Ronda. According to the legend, the king Abbel Malik or Abomelic (son of Morocco’s Sultan Abul Asan) used to live there.
After a walk in the city center, we will take a lunch break. At a local restaurant, you will have the chance to sample the local dishes, including the typical stewed oxtail. Finally, we will reach Plaza de la Duquesa de Parcent. It is an architectural ensemble of stately houses, the city council, churches, and convents.
After we drove you back to the drop-off point our accessible private day tour to Ronda will officially end.