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.
A “venta” is a road side cafeteria, bar and restaurant and you should look out for them on the larger country roads between towns and villages. Visiting a venta in Spain is an excellent way to see and sample the local, traditional gastronomy and way of life in Spain. These Ventas in Spain almost always have a friendly, family atmosphere and some even have hostel or hotel type accomodation.
The simplest ventas consist of a bar and tables in one room. The larger ones have a separate dining room away from the noise of the bar and perhaps an outdoor terrace. Often on display is a selection of local produce and crafts to admire and, of course, to buy.
Non smoking laws are enforced in Spain in public areas. Smoking is not allowed inside and the owner of the establishment will be fined if people are caught breaking this law.
An excellent example of a traditional venta (in Andalucia) is “Venta El Tropezon“. Situated on the main road between Ronda and Arcos de la Frontera, at the junction to a village named Montecorto. The word “tropezon” describes a nice, unexpected surprise. For example, if you trip over but on the floor you find a coin or something else valuable.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org