The Ronda mountain range has a great amount of routes that join different villages and places of tourist interest. Amongst Ronda’s approved paths we’ll find the following:
Without leaving the urban nucleus there are several interesting routes to discover while we go for a walk:
If you like birds there is a route where you’ll be able to observe a wide variety of species. The balconies of the Alameda del Tajo are excellent viewpoints to contemplate them during the migration period towards or from the African continent during Autumn and Spring.
A botanical route that begins in the Plaza de España, passing through the Virgen de los Remedios street until reaching the Cuenca gardens located above the gorge.
In the gardens of the Moorish king’s house we’ll have to pay an entrance fee, but we’ll also be able to descend to the bottom of the river via semi-hidden stairs between rocks built by the Arabs.
Another route would be from the Plaza de España, from where we’ll circle the tourism parador and continue walking along the promenade with the impressive views of the houses by the Tajo (the gorge). We’ll come to the promenade of Orson Welles and the gardens of Blas Infante with viewpoints offering amazing views. We then follow the passage of Ernest Hemmingway until reaching the main garden of Ronda, known as Alameda del Tajo, that dates back to 1806.
On the map below you can find in different colours the chosen routes to visit Ronda: