What to do

Rural Accommodation in the Serranía de Ronda

Ronda - City of Dreams

Ronda - City of Dreams

We are just over half an hour from the Ronda, one of the oldest towns in Andalucia. There are spectacular views from the Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) which divides the old and the new parts of the town and from the Alameda del Tajo Park. With plenty of good restaurants and tapas bars to tempt you and wonderful museums to visit, it’s a great place to spend a day. You can also visit the ancient Arab Baths just outside the city walls and perhaps book yourself a hammam in the new Arab baths, the Aguas de Ronda. https://www.andalucia.org/en/ronda
aucin - Balcony of the Serrania de Ronda

The Rock of Gibraltar

An interesting place to visit, Gibraltar is home to both fish-and-chip shops and Barbary macaques; it is really quite a mixture! There are wonderful opportunities for whale and dolphin watching and also bird watching in the area.

Other great places to check out are Tarifa, Bolonia and the glorious Costa de la Luz - known for wild, beautiful beaches, amazing Roman ruins and cool places to hang out. There are lots of diving and windsurfing schools and it's the perfect spot to if you would like to try your hand at kitesurfing!


Seville, Malaga, Jerez and Cadiz are fantastic cities to visit and are make great destinations for a day trip.

Yoga, pilates, guided walks, kayaking, canoeing and canyoning are all available locally and we are happy to arrange them for you.

Guided walks in English, Spanish, French or Italian
Fascinating walks in the area with Celia, can be tailored to your fitness levels and your particular interests

Cueva de la Pileta (Pileta Cave) is a Palaeolithic cave system which is known for its incredible cave paintings, the oldest of which is thought to be at least 18,000 years old. The caves are only twenty minutes away by car and the hour-long guided visit is a hit with adults and kids.

Cañón de las Buitreras or Vulture Canyon is a spectacular canyon which is home to a large colony of Griffon vultures and is on the route of a fantastic walk to the next village of El Colmenar. If you are feeling more adventurous, you can do some canyoning instead!


Gaucín, , a very picturesque white village, is situated in the Genal valley. It is a typical Andalucian white village albeit with a lot of foreign artists who have now made it their home. It's worth climbing up to the castle to enjoy the view of the Rock of Gibraltar and Morocco if the day is clear and keep an eye out for the geckos that are dotted around the village in the most unusual of places!

Jubrique and Genalguacil, two other white villages nearby, are also well worth visiting; Genalguacil is an open-air art museum with wonderful sculptures placed around the village and why not stop on the way there for a refreshing dip in the clear water of the Genal River.


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General Facilities

  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Laundry service
  • BBQ
  • Maps and guide books
  • Train station close by
  • Free WiFi
  • Free parking

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+34 646691050 Monday to Friday 9.00am - 6.30pm

General Information

A deposit of 50% is required to secure the booking.

Cancellation Policy - Full refund if cancelled up to 14 days before arrival. No refund if cancelled less than 14 days before arrival date.