Ronda and White Villages excursion from Seville

On this day excursion to Ronda and the white villages, discover some of the most interesting places in all of Andalucia, where the beauty of the landscape is combined with the history of its monuments.

Our first stop will be in the Sierra de Grazalema in order to get to know Zahara de la Sierra, one of the most beautiful white villages in Andalucia. In this town, we will walk along its white streets and photograph its spectacular scenery.
Zahara de la Sierra in Ronda
After the visit to Zahara de la Sierra, we will arrive in Ronda to visit its old city centre, the primary reason for our excursion.
Visit to the old city of Ronda
We will begin our tour through Ronda by arriving at the Puente Nuevo (New Bridge), where we will enjoy some spectacular views of the Ronda Mountains.
Sierra de Ronda
Our next stop will be in the stately home of San Juan Bosco, founder of the Salesiana Congregation, from whose lookout we can contemplate the city’s most emblematic monument, the New Bridge. Built at the end of the 18th century, the impressive bridge unites the city’s old and new districts, and hangs 100 metres over the Guadalevin River.
New Bridge Puente Nuevo
We will then walk through the narrow and white streets, heading toward the Church of Saint Mary of Immaculate Conception. In this church, which was built over an old mosque, mixes Renaissance, late Gothic and pilaster styles. Built between the 16th an 18th century, the church’s interior features numerous paintings, its old, tall altar (in a Baroque style with gold leaf), and the fresco of Saint Christopher, patron of the city.
church of Saint Mary of Immaculate Conception
At 13:00, it will be time to sample some of Ronda’s typical wines in the wine museum. In addition, we will learn some curious facts about these wines and about the elaboration processes dating back to Roman times.
Wine museum
With the taste of a good wine, we will head toward a lookout in order to view the Old Bridge, built by the Arabs in the 11th century.
Old Bridge
Puente Viejo
We will finish the guided tour of Ronda by visiting its bullring, the Royal Cavalry of Ronda, the oldest in Spain (1785) and one of the most beautiful in existence. Walk through its arena and get to know some of the most important aspects of this art via a tour through its bullfighting museum.
Royal Cavalry of Ronda
Ronda Bullring

This will be the final part of our guided tour, but you will have about one hour to walk, eat and shop in the city before returning to the bus.

Around 16:00, we will begin our return journey to Seville, where we will arrive around 18:00, with the hope that you have enjoyed a marvellous day trip in Ronda.

Ronda Puente Nuevo