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Ronda is a delightfully charming town in the Malaga region of southern Spain. It can offer all visitors a relaxed and refined view of the country away from the more densely packed tourist hubs of the south coast. If you are thinking of making a trip to Ronda check out the accommodation experts of Here there is an interactive map detailing exactly where you can find all of the available Ronda hotels. The area is a great place for all kinds of holiday makers. is a great site to prepare for the trip perfectly. Every hotel can be filtered by previous guests ratings and comments. In no time at all you could find the perfect Ronda place to stay.

What's Ronda Like?

Ronda is a fantastic destination for everyone keen to discover the real Spain. The small town can be easily seen in detail on foot, and can provide a host of wonderful memories and experiences. You could start off a tour with a visit to the Calle la Bola street. This is the main high street in the town and contains a number of superb cafes and tapas bars. The area's famous gorge and the bridge that crosses it is another famous site. The Plaza de Toros is one of Spain's oldest bull-rings. There is a museum inside. The International Museum of Wine is also close by and can offer an insightful look at the history and creation of vineyards and wine drinking. A stay in one of the Ronda hotels can also bring visitors close access to the La Alameda public park. With its alluring vistas and panoramic views, both park and town are sure to stay long in the memory.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Ronda

The locals of Ronda are always keen to show off their town and region to all visitors. A great tip is to engage the residents where they feel the most comfortable. For the locals of Ronda, this is certainly in the coffee shops and tapas bars of this small respectable town. A little Spanish will go a long way and it is a good idea to practice a few phrases before you leave. The town may not be geographically far from the tourist resorts of southern Spain, but in attitude and behaviour it is worlds apart. Travellers to the town would do well to respect the sometimes more formal and conservative nature of the locals. When treated with respect they invariably offer it back, so in all cases it is a win-win situation. Take a look at for further information on this beautiful part of the world.