Walking in the surroundings of Ronda

Ronda is surrounded by the most versatile and stunning landscapes with three protected National Nature Reserves. The Sierra de las Nieves (with peak ‘La Torrecilla’ at 1919 meters altitude), Sierra de Grazalema (in which 13 ‘white villages’ lie) and Los Alcornocales (cork oak forests).
In addition, there are vast areas that may not be protected natural parks, but know many walks including in the Genal Valley or Guadiaro Valley, where you can often walk from village to village. These trails range from easy to hard.

In the house you will find several hiking guides in different languages and maps of the area. The trails in the official Nature Reserves normally remain unchanged, but in other areas they can sometimes be subject to change, for example, because part of the route is suddenly fenced (usually that’s private property then). Sometimes, however, some of these fences are only placed to keep animals within the boundaries and not always to keep hikers out. Try to judge for yourself, do not take unnecessary risks and be respectful to your surroundings.
Here are some trails in Spanish, posted by the Buro of Tourism in Ronda. Routes in English can be found here

Interesting links to walking with an experienced guide:




Or contact the activity centers Pangea or Al-Andalus Activa for one of their guided tours


Walks straight from Home:  

‘El Tajo’ of Ronda

Tajo de Abaníco

Nature Park Sierra de las Nieves

The Walk of the Hidden Valley: 

Walking along the River Gaduarés

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