This tour shows the essence of Andalusia, the whitewashed villages and the capital of Romanticism, Ronda. The oldest bullfight arena and a knight museum are the highlights of the city together with the "new" bridge, that links both sides of the city. It is a full day tour, but you won't be back to the Costa del sol too late as the roads are quite good and distances are affordable.The visit of the bullring and the Royal Master Knights museum are included, together with a licensed guide to assure your have the right knowledge of the visited places.
Starting from the Costa del Sol in our comfortable coaches, a circular tour will be done to avoid repeating the route on the way back. Starting by the Guadalhorce Valley, the lemon tree groves and the whitewashed villages such as Ardales, are part of the sightseeing from the coach. A stop at the peculiar village of Setenil de las Bodegas for a short stroll and then, the mythical city of Ronda, located on top of a deep gorge called El Tajo (the cut), which separates the new city from the old one. The "Casco Antiguo" is linked to the new city by the "Puente Nuevo", (the new bridge) from which you can enjoy stunning views. The bullring of the New Town is legendary and believe to be the oldest of Spain, build in the 18th century, one of the most outstanding monuments of the city. Pick up at the different points of the Costa del Sol at the indicated time and drive in direction of Ardales and Cuevas del Becerro to Setenil de las Bodegas. Upon arrival we will have free time to enjoy this peculiar town and its houses under the rock. Later, short drive to Ronda to visit the city, the Puente del Tajo, the Real Maestranza de Caballería and the Plaza de Toros, officially the oldest in Spain. Free time in Ronda to enjoy this mythical Andalusian city. Return to the Costa del Sol vis San Pedro de Alcantara, Marbella and Fuengirola to drop you off at the same place we did pick you up in the morning. (It may happen that the tour is done by first visiting Ronda and then Setenil).