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We offer an exclusive selection of Luxury Villas in Ronda for rent, destined for unique holidays

Get to know the most exclusive villas in Ronda, where history and tradition come together in the South of Spain.

Our aim is to provide our guest with the most exclusive accommodation experience during their stay in Ronda. Furthermore, we include 5 star hotel-like services in order to fulfill our guest’s experience.

Likewise, we offer a selected range of unique villas also in La ZagaletaPuerto Banús, MarbellaCosta del Sol,  and Sierra Blanca.

We handpick and inspect all our properties from a hospitality point of view, our Guest Experience Manager connects with our clients and design journeys which deliver the ultimate in comfort.

 

With more than 20 years of expertise in luxury hospitality and being specialized in the south Spain luxury market, we have direct contact with owners, not using any third party in between, so you can rest easy knowing you’re enjoying the most competitive nightly ratesand provide an immediate response to any issue from an experienced hospitality team.

 

Get inspired for your next trip to one of the most beautiful residential area in Spain Villas for rent in Ronda and discover our unlimited services that will take your experience to a higher level.

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Hacienda Bodeguera

8 GUESTS

1200 m²

Once you enter the security close-gated complex, you’ll feel like you’re in your own private wine land in Tuscany

BOOK NOW FROM 750 €
Swimming Pool Sauna Gym Security system Wifi Bar Barbaque Area Air Conditioning Satellite TV Wine cellar FULL INFO

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Ronda Mountain Resort

14 GUESTS

1000 m²

Alexandre Dumas, Ernest Hemingway, Orson Welles and many other artists have described, in their works or writings, the strong sensations provoked by their discovery of the town of Ronda

BOOK NOW FROM 950 €
Satellite TV Cinema Bar Wifi Air Conditioning Sauna Wine cellar Swimming Pool Security system Barbaque Area King Beds FULL INFO

VILLA RENTAL RONDA

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Ronda, one of the most extraordinary locations in Spain.

Ronda is one of the most beautiful villages in the Spanish province of Málaga in Andalusia, which retains much of its historic charm. With a population of about 35,000 inhabitants, its not only one of the most beautiful but also from the most visited villages of the area. It’s location close to Seville (around 2 hours by car) and Málaga (around 1,30 hours), makes from the Ronda a very easy place to access. This gorgeous village is located on a rocky promontory and offer stunning views over the valley. Curious about the village is that it is divided in 2 separated areas by the Guadelivir river and connected the two sides by the famous Puente Nuevo Bridge with a 100m deep el Tajo gorge. Culturally, Ronda is also very famous as American artist such as Orson Welles and Hemingway spent many summers in the old quarter of Ronda and wrote about its beauty and traditions.

The beautiful white houses village with colorful flowers, can be visited on foot and a single day is enough to discover all the must-see attractions and points of interest of Ronda.

Surrounded by lush river valleys its a place that take your breath away when seeing it.

Fantastic accommodations such as villas with stunning gardens with pools can be founded in beautiful settings all around Ronda. Discover the most selected options from our range of inspected approved luxury villas in Ronda.

Town of Ronda is also home to some superb restaurants and attractions, discover more of our suggestions above.

LONG TERM RENTALS

¿Looking for a Luxury Villa for long term rent in Ronda?

We can help you, we have direct contact to owners, all the experience and expertise to ensure you will find the perfect Villa you are looking for, just contact us and we will star with the process:

You can contact us by:

Email: tourism@marbellamountainresorts.com 

Phone: + 34 662 11 80 63

 

 

Nearby your Private Villa at Ronda you will find:

Get delighted with fantastic family time with a beautiful natural environment, day routes, amazing good, Spanish history, and tradition… all this along with a marvelous accommodation in a Luxury Villa in Ronda.

TO DO

Experience Ronda

Ronda in an important cultural and historical center of Andalusia. A village with a strong and own personality that has to offer some amazing plans and activities you will enjoy.

Beautiful Bridges:

Puente Nuevo is its most important tourist attraction as it offers some unforgettable views over the Tajo gorge and is definitely the emblem of the Ronda village in the postcards. Completed in 1783 after more than forty years os construction, it connects up El Mercadillo (the little market) which is the newest part of town, with La Ciudad (The Town) which is the old Moorish quarter, which is breathtaking behold. So dangerous was its construction that 50 workers lost their lives in the process. But Puente Nuevo is not the only worthy bridge to visit in Ronda. The are two more bridges crossing El Tajo gorge; Puente Viejo (the old birdge) and the Puente Romano (Romans Bridge).

Bullfight & Spanish tradition

Ronda is the birthplace of the modern Spanish bullfight and the hometown of its greatest dynasty. It was here, during the 18th century, that Francisco Romero faced the bull on foot for the first time, rather on horseback. Fitting to the importance go the bullfight tradition in Ronda, the town owns a beautiful bullring with an elegant, neo-classical style from 1785, which is the oldest and most picturesque one in Spain located behind the Puente Nuevo and can hold up to 5000 spectators, built by the same architect who build Puente Nuevo, José Martin e Aldehuela. There is a museum and guided audio tours around the bullfighting ring should you be interested on learning more about this ancient Spanish tradition.

Viewpoints: Mirador de Aldehuela and Balcón del Coño

The view point of Alahuela offer some of the most breathtaking views of the gorge, Puente Nuevo and the countryside around Ronda. All along the Paseo E Hemingway (E Hemingway walk) visitors will pass hanging balconies over the edge of the Tajo Gorge, ones of the most surprising spots in Ronda. You should not miss the Balcón del Coño viewpoint with spectacular views too.

Winnery:

Not all is about culture un Ronda, it also has a very important historical scenery of fantastic wineries. It’s an ideal area for a wine route to enjoy its delicious reds and it is a great way to spend the morning.

Arabic Baths:

Ronda is home for the best preserved Arabic Baths in Spain built towards the 13th century. They are arranged as the Roman Bath, including a hot, warm and cold zone managed by an hydraulic system which is almost intact nowadays. Those baths are located in the old Arab quarter of the city know as the San Miguel district.

Mondragon Palace:

Originally built in 1314 by the Moorish King Abmelik, this Palace gives today place to the Ronda Municipal Museum, which is devoted to Ronda’s rich culture and history with some examples of Romand and Arab tombs, and it is surrounded by outstanding beautiful gardens with beautiful views over the old town.

Arabic Walls and City Gates:

Ronda has been throughout history, one of the most impenetrable cities in Andalusia. Largely thank to its geographical position, but also thanks to the city walls and gates which were built by the Moors throughout the Islamic era. In Muslim times, the Puerta Almocabar was the main entrance to the city with the largest entrance gate. Other ancient walls can also be found in Ronda, such as Cijara Gate, Albacara walls, Puerta de los Molinos and Puerto del Viento to mention a few of them.

Plaza Durquesa de Parcent:

Is Ronda’s most picturesque square. Where Santa Maria del Mayor church is its main highlight which took over 200 years to build and is a mixture of gothic and Renaissance styles. Other worth squares to visit might be Plaza Nuestra Señora del Socorro square and the one located in front of the Almocabar Gate which is the political centre of Ronda, that has some restaurant and bar terraces that makes it to an ideal place to enjoy a break at the end of a long day of visits.

Cuenca Gardens:

Cuenca Gardens are located on the ledges of the Tajo and distributed across a series of terraces. Get delighted with the awesome views and get a different and unique perspective of the cityscape.

RESTAURANTS

Gastronomy

Where tradition and innovation come together. In Ronda to can enjoy a wide range of awesome restaurants. Discover some of Marbella Mountain Resorts suggestions:

Bardal restaurant:

Bardal was founded in July 2016 and gained its Michelin star in November 2017. Chef Benito Gomez, uses traditional, local and seasonal ingredients, in creative and innovative ways, with a strong importance on artistic presentation of each and every dish, using high quality ingredients, dishes with distinct flavours are carefully prepared to a consistently top standard.

Tragabuches:

Is an attractive and modern restaurant where international innovative cuisine is served for lunch and dinner with an original menu.

Mesón el Coto Alto:

Is a homey restaurant that serves traditional mediterranean and Andalusian gastronomy. Get delighted with the variety of seafood and meat dishes in a rustic and familiar setting.

Restaurante Casa del Escudero:

Next to the Plaza de los Toros located, this restaurant serves high quality meals and offers spectacular views allover Ronda landscape.

Casa María:

This restaurante is just a must when you are visiting the village of Ronda. Booking in advance is strongly recommended as its the most famous restaurant in Ronda. There is no menu in this restaurant, food is cooked according to what ingredients could be obtained that morning. So just make yourself at home and enjoy this familiar setting.

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Important areas around Ronda:

Ronda is located close to the well-renewed areas such as the famous Golden Mile, Marbella and Puerto Banús.

San Pedro Alcántara:

It has its origin in the agricultural colony of the same name that in 1860 he founded the General Manuel Gutiérrez de la Concha and Irigoyen, first “Marqués” del Duero. Located 10 km west from the glamour of Marbella and 20km from the town of Estepona, this ancient and farming community is today an unspoiled little town with is own charm. Do not miss La Plaza de la Iglesia with is church surrounded by typical narrow Andalusian streets with little shops, cafés and bars, as same as the street market on Tuesdays popular for its large variety of locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables.

Nueva Andalucia:

Nueva Andalucía is a short walk from the beaches from Puerto Banús. It is located in the center-west of the municipal district, between the center of Marbella and the district of San Pedro Alcántara. The district encompasses an area of luxury villas and apartments designed in the traditional Andalusian style among large golf courses. This area was developed for those people who wished to be based in a calm and residential area, enjoy tranquility, living in a beautiful urbanization surrounded by gardens, swimming pools, supermarkets, sports facilities, hairdressers, gymnasiums... All the facilities of a town but located on a residential area to ensure an incomparable quality of life. Nueva Andalusia is also well known for offering excellent golf courses all of them with fabulous facilities including La Quinta, La Dama de Noche, Las Brisas, Aloha and Los Naranjos.

Golden Mile:

The best hotels close to Puerto Banús, expensive properties, exclusive shops and high end restaurants. This is one of the most luxurious residential areas in Marbella, ideally located along the Mediterranean coast. It stretches for slightly over 2km from Puerto Banús in the west to the edge of the centre of Marbella in the east. Prince Alfonso con Hohenlohe was the one opening the Marbella Club Hotel in 1954 from since them the high-end society stared buying fabulous properties in that area nowadays know as the Golden Mile.

Old Town, Casco Antiguo:

This area includes the ancient city walls and two historical suburbs, Barrio alto (north) and Barrio Nuevo (east). Whats impressive is the ancient walled city which retains nearly the same layout as in the 16th century. The most iconic square in the old town of Marbella is la Plaza de los Naranjos, an example of Castilian Renaissance design. Around the square the are more Renaissance style buildings as the Catholic Monarch but in 1568 and the Mayor’s house that combines both gothic and renaissance style elements in it’s façade; and the Chapel of Santiago, the oldest religious building in the city, built earlier than the square probably around 15th century.

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