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11 Best Things To Do In Ronda, Spain – Hand Luggage Only

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Around a 90-minute drive from the gorgeous city of Malaga in Spain, Ronda is an incredible place to visit. Even if you visit for a day trip, or a little longer, you’ll find heaps of the best things to do in Ronda dotted all across the city. 

Over the years, we’ve visited Ronda many times when exploring the best places in the south of Spain. In fact, every time we visit the wider Malaga region, we’ve made the trip to Ronda. It’s an incredible and historic city that’s so stunning.

So, to help you get the most out of your time in the city, I’m sharing our top places to see while visiting Ronda. Have an amazing time exploring the south of Spain.  

1.) Plaza de Toros (Bullring)

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 Situated right within the heart of historic Ronda, Plaza de Toros dates back to the 1700s and is incredible to see. Not only that, it’s the largest bullring in all of Spain. 

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Once here, head around on a self-guided tour of the bullring and explore its history, the museum and the bullring itself. Visits take around 90 minutes and it’s well worth visiting in the morning or late afternoon when the sun is a little more bearable. 

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Oh, and don’t forget to spot the Real Maestranza armoury that’s in the museum. It’s so interesting, especially, if you’re like me and don’t know too much about the local history. 

Afterwards, book this organic olive oil tasting tour in Ronda that’s so much fun. You’ll be taken through the journey of Spanish olive oil and even go inside the oil mill itself. Tours take around 90 minutes and we loved it. 

Read more: Best things to do in Malaga

2.) Arabic baths

Best Things To Do In Ronda Spain Arab baths

Dating back around 800 years, visiting the Arab Baths is one of the best things to do in Ronda if you want to explore some of the region’s Moorish history. 

Only a short walk from the historic bridge of Puente Viejo, the Arab Baths and the small museum is perfect for a 30-minute visit. 

Now, the Arab Baths were built during the reign of King Abomelik and are still in incredible condition. Like, it’s amazing they’ve lasted this many centuries. 

There’s a small entry fee to visit, but it’s honestly worth it to see this timestamp of history in Ronda. 

Read more: Best things to do in Malaga

3.) Puente Nuevo

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Probably Spain’s most famous bridge, Puente Nuevo is incredible to see. Although it’s the newest bridge in Ronda, don’t make the assumption that it’s ‘new’. It…

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