Enjoy a guided tour Ronda and learn about Setenil de las Bodegas, which is built directly into the rocky cliffs.
The tour will begin with a wealth of contrasts: fields of crops, valleys, hillsides and typical white villages.
From Cuevas del Becerro we will venture into the province of Cadiz, to discover one of its prettiest villages: Setenil de las Bodegas, which is famous for having many of its houses built into the rock, and known locally as "shelter under the rock". Approximate duration of the walk: 45 minutes. 45 minutes.
Next we will return to the province of Malaga to visit Ronda, where we will take a walk through the Alameda gardens and the balconies overlooking the Tagus river, passing by the Bullring, one of the oldest in Spain.
The tour continues with some time for a typical aperitif at one of the town's most prestigious bars.
We will cross the New Bridge, with its spectacular views over the Tagus river (El Tajo), until we reach the Medina, or old Moorish quarter, with its narrow streets and little squares, where we will visit a 19th-century Palatial Home.
Lastly, we will delve into the heart of the old town, the Plaza Duquesa de Parcent square, where the Church of Santa María la Mayor and the Town Hall are located, among other emblematic buildings. Approximate duration of the tour: 2 hours).
We will return to the market area, where we will have Free Time for lunch and shopping.
Return to departure points, following a route from Ronda to San Pedro de Alcántara (Marbella), which will offer us fantastic mountain landscapes with a range of colour contrasts due to the wide variety of autochthonous botanical species in this area.