Ronda is an essential destination if you want to get to know the heart of the province of Malaga, its Andalusian past and its interesting Roman history. Ronda offers us palaces, Arab baths, Roman theatres, primitive caves, among many other impressive attractions. We must not forget the natural setting of the Sierra de Grazalema that surrounds this city, which will provide your holidays with the disconnection and enjoyment you are looking for.
You can take Guided Tours or Free Tours to discover this beautiful city with OWAY. However, if you need more information and want to plan different routes, the best option is to visit an information point. You’ll find specialised staff who won’t hesitate to help you with any questions you may have: where to eat, the opening hours of a palace you want to visit, the best itinerary depending on the number of days you’re visiting the city and even the best viewpoint to see the sunset from. They will also be your first contact with the Andalusian traditions and people of Ronda lifestyle.
This is the city tourist office. It is located on the Paseo de Blas Infante, next to the Plaza del Teniente Arce and opposite the Real Maestranza. This information point is adapted as it has an easily accessible ramp. In addition, the inside is a large space with a big enough room where several people can stand at the same time, which is convenient in view of the circumstances caused by Covid-19.
The tourist office also has maps and brochures for visitors in different languages. There is also a standing map available in Braille. Tourists will also find guided tours, information about museums or advice on where to taste the famous Ronda wine.
The staff at the information point are aware of the new measures for this health crisis, so if you have any questions about any monument, museum or tourist attraction, don’t hesitate to ask them. They will be able to tell you which ones are open, what opening hours they have, how much capacity is allowed or what precautionary measures should be taken depending on the activity you want to do.
At the tourist office you can buy the necessary vouchers for entry to museums, for example, so that you don’t have to go to each one individually to find out the prices. To facilitate this process, the tourist office has installed a ticket vending machine. In this way, it will not be necessary to contact the office staff when we have no doubt which one we want to buy and visit.
Location: Paseo Blas Infante, 29400 Ronda, Málaga
Telephone: +34 952 18 71 19
Opening hours*: Thursday to Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m – 3:00 p.m.
Another option to soak up the culture of Ronda is its tourism website: https://www.turismoderonda.es/.
Here you will find everything you need to know before visiting the city, such as accommodation or the most important dates to make the most of your holidays. For example, you will find the fairs that are held every year and other events that take place frequently. There is nothing like a romería or a flamenco singing and dancing show to immerse you in Andalusian culture.
The website, as well as the tourist office, allows you to purchase different vouchers for guided tours or other activities. You can check all the information about the location or the duration of the activity. This is a big plus if you prefer to plan an exact route before arriving in Ronda.
In addition, the website is full of images that will give you a closer idea of what you can find. This way, with a basic idea, it will be easier to book what you are looking for. You have the whole of Ronda just a click away!