We are located next to the “Fuente de los Ocho Caños”, in Calle Real 40 (Ronda, Malaga).
In Andalucia, Ronda is probably the most central location in between other interesting places to visit. That’s why a lot of travelers choose our hotel as their home base to make day-trips easy to carry out by car or public transport. This way, one can see a lot by traveling lightly without the fuzz of heavy luggage and check in and check outs in different hotels every night. We are happy to assist you on planning your day trips from Ronda through mail/phone or at the front desk.
In the following lines we explain you a bit more about our location in relation with other cities and places of interest in order to plan your holiday and travel schedule:
☼From The Costa del Sol / Marbella: the long and windy road from Marbella towards Ronda brings you from sea level up to over a 1000 metres on the A 397 . You will pass the Sierra de las Nieves and on a bright day , one can enjoy beautiful views on the rock of Gibraltar and the Atlas mountains on the African continent. The trip from Puerto Banus to Ronda takes about 50 minutes.
☼From Malaga: you take the A357 direction Cartama and Campillos and after Ardales you take direction to Ronda. This road offers great panoramas and landscapes vary all along the way from agricultural towards mountain views. A great stop close to Ardales are the lakes from El Chorro with water activities or a refreshing dive. Also the little white village of Teba with it´s Keltish history and famous castle is worthwhile a visit.
☼From Granada: It is about a two hour drive on the A92 from Granada to Ronda and there are several options for a great stop . Firstly we recommend to have lunch in Rio Frio and taste the different options of sturgeon that are bread in this tiny place…of course if the budget allows one can try the caviar of high quality as this is one of the few places in Europe where sturgeons are bread. Just a bit off road is the Laguna Fuente de Piedra where, depending on the season, one can observe a fantastic collection of water birds, such as flamingos, spoonbills, etc,… Another great stop is the town of Antequera with is amply collection of museums and the Dolmens site which is declared world heritage by Unesco.
☼From Seville: the shortest way is the A 376 passing by Utrera towards Algodonales. You can go straight from Algodonales to Ronda but we recommend a slight detour around the lake of Zahara de la Sierra and have a drink or something to eat in the village.
☼From Cadiz or Jerez: you have to pass the lake of Bornos and the must see Arcos de la Frontera, together with Ronda one of the pearls of the White Villages
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