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Claudia Valle – Tour guide in Ronda

If you have never been to Ronda before then the information here at Ronda Today will, of course, be very usefull. Or, I hope so anyway! :) That said, If you are planning a visit to this “City of Deams” Then you should really consider using the services of Claudia Valle – Tour guide in Ronda

Why? Because she lives and works here, She knows all the little nooks and crannies and corners that you may never find. :) The best tapas bars, best times to visit museums, history and legends and much, much more.

Claudia Valle is a professional tour guide, speaks excellent English and is the perfect choice for a guided visit to Ronda.

S0, If you want to see Ronda through the eyes of a local guide, this is your opportunity. Learn about Ronda, its history and culture and also have a lot of fun

Tours last approximately 2 hours and cost around 12 Euros per person you can see and know the most important and picturesque corners of the dream city. (Sometimes the tour will be in Spanish and English if the group is mixed.) Great for your language skills!

Or you can talk to Claudia about an exclusive tour of Ronda for you and your friends or family

You can contact Claudia by email:

Or telephone:
+34 691 08 01 80

If you use facebook then this is her page for further information:

Claudia Valle. Tour guide in Ronda, Spain

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Los Baños Árabes – Ronda

This is the translated to Spanish article about the Arab baths in Ronda… Its just a bit of language practice for you! Read the original article in English here…

Los Baños Árabes son uno de los atractivos turísticos más importantes de Ronda. Algunos incluso opinan que más importante que la incuestionable belleza del Puente Nuevo o incluso de otro de los grandes reclamos de Ronda, la Plaza de Toros, hogar de la tradición torera rondeña. Continue reading Los Baños Árabes – Ronda

El Palacio de Mondragón – Ronda

Below you will see the Spanish translation of the article about the Mondragon palace in Ronda, Click here if you would like to read the original article in English.

El Palacio de Mondragón en Ronda es uno de los edificios más visitados de Ronda, no sólo porque alberga en su interior el excelente Museo Municipal, sino también por sus jardines moriscos que evocan épocas pasadas en las que reyes y gobernadores llamaban a Ronda su casa.

El Palacio era el hogar del rey morisco Abomelic (también conocido como Abomelic Abd-al-Malik, y llamado Abbel Malek en algunos libros de historia), el cuál reinó durante un corto periodo de tiempo aunque fue una época dorada de la ciudad en la que se comenzaron grandes proyectos de construcción. El palacio ya existía cuando Abomelic llegó por primera vez a Andalucía, la mayoría de expertos sitúan su construcción entre los años 1306 y 1314. Tras la derrota de Abomelic a manos de Alfonso XI, la ciudad pasó a manos de la dinastía Nasrid, de Granada, por lo que el Palacio de Mondragón se convirtió en el hogar de los gobernadores granadinos de Ronda antes de la reconquista en 1485, incluyendo al último gobernador musulmán, Hamet el Zegri. Continue reading El Palacio de Mondragón – Ronda

Wine tasting tours and visiting a winery in Ronda.

Where to find a wine tour in Ronda?

Over the last few years the wineries (“bodegas” in Spanish) of Ronda have greatly increased their production and are going through what can only be described as a “boom time”. There are over 20 excellent vineyards producing Red, Rosé and white wines with the denomination of origin “Wines of Malaga” (Malaga being the province that Ronda belongs to.) Many of the wineries are open to the public for wine tasting tours and some even provide full lunches and dinners with matched wines to the food courses.

Bodegas la Sangre de Ronda.

If you are in Ronda then this is probably the best place to start as they have there own wine museum and interpretation centre located on the street called Gonzalez Campos (number 2.) This wine company obviously has a great passion for  wine and their philosophy as a winery  is to investigate and share viticulture and oenology practices.

Bodegas La Sangre - Wine interpretation centre and wine tasting tours in Ronda Spain
Bodegas La Sangre – Wine interpretation centre and wine tasting tours in Ronda

Contact information and reservations:
Tel:952 87 97 35
  • Mon – Thu –
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  • Sunday –
Address:  Calle Gonzalez Campos (number 2.)

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