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EXPLORE RONDA AND WHITE TOWNS

Ronda and the White Towns represent one of the most emblematic itineraries to learn about Andalusian architecture and popular culture. Seen from above, these villages appear as round white spots, standing out in the middle of vegetation dominated by pines, oaks, oaks and firs.

YOU CAN NOT MISS IT

RONDA

Ronda, one of Andalusia's oldest and most charming towns, is situated on a rugged plateau and is famous throughout the world for its spectacular escarpments, its views and the deep gorge of the Tajo that runs through the middle of the Guadalevín River.

ARCOS DE LA FRONTERA

Balanced on a rocky knoll, the intricate maze of cobblestone streets and whitewashed houses of the old town of Arcos comes to an abrupt halt at the top of the cliffs that plunge steeply down to the Guadalete River.

GRAZALEMA

Located in a mountainous valley within the Sierra del Endrinal, this pretty village is the starting point to visit the green Natural Park of the Sierra de Grazalema.

ZAHARA DE LA SIERRA

The white town de Zahara de la Sierra offers one of the most beautiful landscapes of the province of Cadiz, if not of all Andalusia. Perched on a mountain and protected by a reservoir that limits access to the village, it undoubtedly dominates the valley.

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

WHEN TO VISIT

The best time to visit Ronda and the White Towns is from June to September when the temperature is pleasant and rainfall is scarce.

HOW TO GET THERE

Train: Accessible by train from Malaga, with some changes.

Airplane: The nearest airport is Malaga airport.

Bus: Ronda can be reached from Malaga.

Car: It is the most comfortable way to visit Ronda and the White Towns.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Electric current:220/240 AC 3-input flat sockets.