If you are planning to go to Malaga, then your itinerary should include a day trip to Ronda—a city known for its breathtaking gorge and historic museums. Ronda is one of the oldest cities in Spain. Neolithic remains have been found in the old town, but there are samples of Palaeolithic rock art in the city’s surroundings, in the Cueva de la Pileta. In the surroundings of Ronda are the remains of the city of Acinipo, an important enclave of the Roman colonization of the Iberian Peninsula. Ronda sits in the heart of the Serrania de Ronda, about 100 kms from the city of Malaga and with a population of approximately 35,000 inhabitants. Surrounded by lush river valleys and sitting above a deep ravine, it is a place that literally takes your breath away when seeing it. Ronda also attracts foodies from the world over because the cheese and wine produced in the region are no less than exquisite.
There’s really no better way to explore Ronda that via a luxurious private tour—especially if you don’t like the idea of having to use crowded public transport to hurriedly go from one tourist trap to the next. With a luxury tour, you get to travel in style and comfort and access less-crowded attractions, some of which are not even open to the general public. You can travel at a comfortable pace with enough time to time to truly appreciate the views.. A private tour can open doors to hidden gems in Malaga.
Private tours to Ronda often include culinary trips. You can explore local restaurants with the help of professional guides and experience the true Spanish cooking. Your driver will take you to restaurants where you can sample all the dishes and tapas that make Spain the ultimate culinary destination.