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Day trip to Seville from Ronda

If you set off early in the morning, a day trip to Seville from Ronda is quite do-able and well worth the effort!

Seville, the capital of the Andalusia region of southern Spain, is a stunning city with a rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking architecture. It is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world, and for good reason.

If you are staying in Ronda, taking a day trip to Seville is a fantastic way to explore this historic city and experience all that it has to offer with its accessibility, cultural and artistic offerings, delicious cuisine, and fantastic shopping.

Actvitites and tours in Seville from Get Your Guide
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A day trip to Jerez de la Frontera from Ronda

If you’re looking to explore the stunning region of Andalusia, then a day trip from Ronda to Jerez de la Frontera should definitely be on your list. Located just an hour and a half away by car, Jerez is a charming city that is steeped in history and culture, with a rich legacy of sherry wine and flamenco dance.

With its beautiful architecture, bustling plazas, and fascinating museums, Jerez offers a unique and authentic Andalusian experience that is not to be missed. So why not hop in your car (Jerez is just 1:30 hours away from Ronda) and set out on a day trip to Jerez de la Frontera for a taste of the best of Andalusia?

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Cordoba the Mezquita and Old Town

What is There to Do and Visit in Córdoba?

Córdoba is a city brimming with history, culture, and architectural wonders. Visitors can explore the iconic Mezquita, a stunning blend of mosque and cathedral, wander through the charming old town, and discover hidden gems like the Alcázar’s lush gardens. The city’s rich heritage is evident in its ancient streets, vibrant plazas, and historic landmarks, offering a captivating journey through time. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, architecture lover, or simply looking to immerse yourself in Andalusian culture,

Córdoba has something for everyone. Read on to uncover the best attractions and experiences this enchanting city has to offer.

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Trafalgar and Caños de Meca on the Costa de la Luz

Mention the Battle of Trafalgar and most Europeans will know it as one of the decisive battles of the Napoleonic wars, but few would know precisely where Trafalgar is, and why sunseeking beach lovers should pay a visit to the area.

As part of the Costa de la Luz, with golden sandy beaches stretching from Tarifa to San Fernando on the outskirts of Cadiz, Trafalgar Beach could be expected to be a tourist mecca on the Atlantic Ocean. In fact the area is relatively undeveloped with a hippyish feel to it. Even nearby towns like Barbate, Vejer de la Frontera, and Conil de la Frontera are quiet tranquil places out of high summer season and holidays.

If you are looking for a hotel in the city of Cádiz so that you can explore the nearby beaches and attractions of the Costa de la Luz then check out Ronda Todays sister website Visiting Cádiz. Its packed with information to help you get the most out of a visit to the area: https://visitingcadiz.com/hotels-in-cadiz/

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Exploring Puerto Banus – Playground of the Rich and Famous

Puerto Banus  offers the best night life and most exclusive shopping on the Costa del Sol, but that is after all the main attraction for a village in sunny Spain that didn’t exist until the 1970s.

Built as playground for the rich and famous, Puerto Banus, or known by residents as ‘Banus’, still manages to attract the wealthiest jet setters. Created by Jose Banus, whose name the village borrows, the developer was a close personal friend of General Franco, and built the town to appeal to those with money and discerning tastes.

Hotels in Marbella and Puertos Banus
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