Holiday Homes Ronda
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52 holiday rentals found in Ronda
Fancy a stay in a holiday home in Ronda? Are you eager to get away from the hustle and bustle of the more touristy coastal resorts? Thanks to our selection of the best holiday homes in Ronda, you will find the perfect accommodation to spend a well-deserved holiday near the famous Tajo Gorge and immersed in the beauty of this impressive region in the province of Malaga.
At the accommodation offered by Ruralidays, you'll discover fantastic outdoors areas with private pools and spacious interiors that can be enjoyed in both summer and the colder seasons of the year. The rustic style of accommodation in Ronda evokes an authentic ambience typical of southern Andalusian homes, where the whole family can relax and recharge their batteries.
Villas set in magnificent grounds
The extensive grounds of our Ronda holiday homes will wipe away your stress and make you forget about the daily grind. Fabulous perfectly-maintained gardens, in which amazing pools are to be found, perfect for cooling off. The warm summers in this region are perfect for revelling in the tranquillity of the outdoors at these villas and chalets in Ronda, enjoying the wonderful views of the countryside that surrounds your accommodation. From the lofty mountains of the sierra to the gentle hills of the valley, Ronda guarantees the ideal setting in which to enjoy a well-deserved break.
Magnificent homes with pool
You'll never forget your stay in a holiday home in Ronda—especially because here, you can enjoy a fabulous private pool. Taking a dip surrounded by nature, in an idyllic setting that will leave you speechless, is one of the main reasons to choose here to spend your summer holidays. Outdoor furniture and amenities offer all the comfort you could want so that you’re fully equipped and ready to go. Sun loungers let you bask in the sun until late in the afternoon, while umbrellas provide perfect shade for the hottest hours of the day. And of course, there’s the barbecue, ideal for rustling up some tasty meals that will delight the whole family.
Holiday homes with cosy interiors
The rustic decor of our holiday homes in Ronda evokes a typically Andalusian atmosphere, with wooden furniture, terracotta floors, timber beams and comfortable beds and sofas. Kitchens usually come fully equipped to satisfy the demands of the entire family, while bathrooms have a bath or shower, so you can choose whichever you prefer. The fireplace adds to the cosy ambience throughout the home, meaning when winter arrives you can continue to enjoy your Ronda holiday home.
Holidays in Ronda to suit all tastes
Whether you're travelling with your beloved pet or spending the holidays with the whole family, Ronda rural holiday homes guarantee the perfect break to spend time with your loved ones. Several homes allow pets to stay, and come equipped with spacious fenced enclosures for your four-legged friend to run around without fear of escape. And to please the whole family, you'll find holiday homes equipped with ping-pong and pool tables, children's play areas, and board games. No chance of anyone getting bored in our rural Ronda holiday homes.
What's more, the proximity of the homes to the town on the Tajo Gorge means you can make the most of fabulous cultural trips, and immerse yourself in Andalusian culture like never before: all of this, and less than 10 km from your accommodation.
Holidaying in Ronda
Ronda has a variety of activities to get the most out of your holidays. One highlight is of course the region's natural setting, between the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park and the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. After all, nature is what will define your stay in a holiday home in Ronda: gentle hills and lofty mountains surround your accommodation and let you revel in the tranquillity it affords, relaxing and recharging your batteries.
But that's not all. The town of Ronda itself offers many opportunities to make the most of your Andalusian getaway and immerse yourself in the ancient culture that distinguishes the region. From a walk across the New Bridge to the stunning viewpoints scattered around town, from the ‘hanging’ homes to the various museums, monuments and churches that form part of Ronda's cultural offering: you'll be raring to visit everything Ronda has to offer as part of your holidays in Andalucia.
More things to do around Ronda
The area surrounding the town doesn’t disappoint either. As mentioned above, Ronda is located between two natural parks, making it easy to plan a few trips and enjoy the great outdoors. Also, Ronda is at the end (or start) of the route around the white villages of Cadiz; thanks to its location, you can visit the lovely towns of Setenil de las Bodegas and Grazalema amongst others, and fall in love with their uniqueness and charm. You can even reach El Gastor and Zahara de la Sierra, making the most of a carefree stay to discover more about the villages in the Malaga and Cadiz provinces.
Holiday home in Ronda for an unforgettable holiday
Your stay in Ronda is just one click away. Choose the accommodation that best suits your needs, consider the dates you are interested in and the number of people travelling with you. Taking your pet along? Filter our holiday homes to check which ones accept animals. If you have a baby, don't forget to search for accommodation that provides a cot and high chair. And if you're travelling with the whole family, discover which holiday homes come equipped with barbecue, ping pong and pool tables, to the delight of all. Don't miss the chance to discover everything the rural holiday homes in Ronda have to offer!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ronda
How do you get to Ronda?
Ronda is located in the west of Malaga province, some 105 km/ 65 miles from the capital of the Costa del Sol. To get from Malaga to Ronda, go by car on the A-357 motorway, and after the Caminito del Rey, turn off onto the A-367.
If you don't have a car, consider taking the bus. With a trip time of a couple of hours and a ticket price of around €12, you can get to the Ciudad del Tajo a.k.a. Ronda directly from Malaga bus station.
You can also travel to Ronda by train, thanks to the mid-distance train that leaves Malaga Maria Zambrano station, for €15.
What type of accommodation can I book in Ronda?
In Ronda, you can mainly book homes in the countryside with private pools, suitable for 6 to 8 people. We also offer some homes with a shared pool as well as flats located in the centre of Ronda. If you're travelling with a group of friends, you can find a holiday home for up to 18 people on the outskirts of Ronda.
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Ronda?
A holiday home in Ronda costs an average of between €14- €30 p.p./per night, depending on the season and the type of accommodation you choose.
Which accommodation in Ronda is best for couples?
Notable amongst the favourite homes in Ronda for couples are
- Exceptional rustic house in the historic center of Ronda
- Pretty villa with large garden and private pool
Just filter by 'Type of traveller' and select 'Couples' to see the other holiday homes in Ronda that are ideal for a romantic break.
Which accommodation is closest to the centre of Ronda?
The homes nearest the centre of Ronda are:
- Cozy holiday home in Ronda
- Holiday Home with fireplace and swimming pool in Ronda
- Spectacular house with pool in scenic landscape in Ronda
You can see more accommodation and its location by selecting 'Map view' on the list of results.
What is the best time of year to travel to Ronda?
Ronda has a Mediterranean climate, with a mild spring and autumn, ideal for enjoying the region's beauty. Summer is usually hot: if you travel in this season, you will relish the tranquillity of our rural homes and can cool off in the private pool. Winter in Ronda is usually colder, but nothing a hearth can't solve, in those homes with heating. The average temperature in Ronda is 16ºC.
What is there to see in Ronda?
In Ronda, you can't miss a visit to the New Bridge, the bullring, the many viewpoints, the Casa del Rey Moro, the Plaza Duquesa de Parcent and the Arab baths. Here you can find more information about what to see in Ronda.