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The countryside around Ronda is perfect for all sorts of activities from walking, hiking, cycling to wildlife holidays and birdwatching. There are horseriding companies in Ronda.
Here are a few details to get you started.
Paddock Paradise Ronda
Located in the heart of the Serranía just 4 kms from Ronda Paddock Paradise offer horse riding routes in an environment where calm and silence reign, barely broken by the sound of our horses hooves.
The philosophy that Paddock Paradise follow with their horses will make your visit a unique and unforgettable experience. All horses live in freedom, do not wear horseshoes and are ridden without a bit in their mouths. No spurs or whips either.
+34 649 897 327 (For quick questions you can also Whatsapp. +34 686 787 387 (For quick questions you can also Whatsapp.)
Paddock Paradise Ronda also arranges lodging with the excellent La Algaba rural hotel. (website here in Spanish) https://www.algabaderonda.com/ Isolated from the crowds, in the middle of a beautiful and virgin 50-hectare Mediterranean forest and just 4 kilometres from Ronda, La Algaba is a perfect base to enjoy the wonderful Serranía de Ronda.
The Algaba de Ronda is an Environmental Education Center and offers the pleasure of living unique cultural experiences linked to geology, ethnography, botany, and agroecology.
The week includes
7 nights accommodation.
2 horseback riding routes through the forest: including preparatory class and instructor guide. For all levels.
A Guided visit around the land and Education Center and the prehistoric village recreation.
A Tourist voucher with tickets to three historical monuments in Ronda.
Caballos y Vino
Horseriding in the fabulous Ronda countryside.
Caballos y Vino, just a few kilometres from the town of Ronda, is owned and run by Sandra Jochim, an experienced horsewoman who has excellent, first-hand knowledge of the local area, too. She also speaks four languages – German, English, Spanish & Horse!
At Caballos y Vino, you enjoy a ride on safe, reliable horses and discover the beautiful countryside around Ronda. Small groups of 2-4 persons guarantee a convivial atmosphere.
Bookings can be made at short notice.
Find out more on the website and facebook of Caballos y Vino
An ecofarm, hotel and riding school, Tambor del Llano is located just 5 kilometres from the village of Grazalema and 20 Kilometres from Ronda. They provide trail rides and multiple day Horse-packing adventures. With Tambor del LLano you can discover the Grazalema Natural Park from horseback.
Riders of all levels are welcome and their expert guides will help you decide on your riding program
Riding School of the Real Maestranza de Caballería of Ronda
Technical and sport training specialized in professional classical dressage
The Riding School of the Real Maestranza de Caballería of Ronda is one of Europe’s oldest and most prestigious. Its origins date back to the founding days of the Institution, two years after the founding of the Vienna Spanish Riding School in 1571.
The School shows a strong track record in the professional teaching of classical dressage, figures prominently in the sport world and maintains a strong commitment to the Spanish Sporting Horse. It provides technical and sports training to its students, as well as an opportunity to obtain one of the recognized qualifications in professional equestrian education.
More information on the website of the Riding School of the Real Maestranza de Caballería of Ronda
Though one of the most visited cities in Andalucia, Ronda still has a few undiscovered nooks and crannies. :) Apart from all the obvious views and buildings in this selection of images of Ronda in Spain, there is so much more to see, smell and taste. Here are a few Images of Ronda in Spain
If you see a narrow street leading to who knows where?
You may be surprised at that tiny tapas bar hidden around the corner that doesn’t appear on those big online review websites.
In the Spanish countryside you will find local restaurants (such as Venta el Tropezon in Montecorto) with a café and a restaurant area. Usually you have drinks, breakfasts or tapas in the caféteria area and lunch or dinner in the restaurant area. These are some of the drink and beverage items you will find at a café in Spain. Spain Cafes – a few translations of drinks beverages.