Ronda is a notable tourist centre in the province of Malaga, a place worth visiting from anywhere in Spain; thus we decided to include a small guide so you can visit Ronda on the road from anywhere mentioned below.
-From the Costa del Sol, after passing Marbella, take the junction to the right, which leaves from San Pedro de Alcantara. From the crossing we find a wide road, two-way, with multiple curves; in his ascent from sea level we are discovering the mountain landscape until it reaches Ronda, with a distance of 50 km. Some natural sources allow us a break on the trip. Well-placed lookouts encourage us to admire and photograph a spectacular panorama. It is the longest route, but the most attractive for tourists.
-From El Burgo, is the shortest road from Malaga (90 km), but it is narrow with many curves. The route from the capital is towards Coin (either by Campanillas, Cártama or Alhaurín de la Torre, Alhaurín el Grande), Alozaina, Yunquera..
-From Ardales, is the best choice for its mileage (100 km), for its tranquility and asphalt, although it is a dual circulation road; it is used by people from Ronda to go to Malaga. The route is as follows: Malaga, towards Campanillas, which in its first stretch is motorway and in its second stretch has going on refurbishment works, until the junction of Ardales; we drive along the bypass of this town to the junction that leads to Ronda passing by Cuevas del Becerro.
-From Utrera, is the most suitable route and the shortest. After passing through Utrera, we find El Coronil, Montellano, Puerto Serrano, Algodonales, Montecorto and Ronda.
-From las Cabezas de San Juan, we leave Seville on the Cadiz motorway. We exit in Las Cabezas de San Juan in the direction of Villamartin, Algodonales, Ronda.
-From Jaen y Granada (advisable), we start the trip in N-IV, or Motorway of Andalusia. Arriving at Bailen, we take the junction towards Jaen and Granada (motorway). In Granada we take the direction to Seville (motorway). Here we should pay attention not to take wrong roads that lead to Malaga and other places. We always head towards Seville, until the indication Campillos – Ronda. Near the town of Campillos, we turn at an intersection to the left that leads to Ronda Ardales and Malaga; after a few miles on this road we must take the detour Teba – Ronda; always in direction towards Ronda, we pass Cuevas del Becerro.
-From Cordoba, we start the trip in N-IV, or Andalusia highway, passing through Cordoba in direction to Seville. At the intersection of Montilla, we turn in that direction, to Montilla, Aguilar, Puente Genil, Estepa, Málaga motorway direction to the intersection of La Roda de Andalucia; then towards Sierra de Yeguas, Campillos, Ronda.
-From Córdoba (another alternative), we start the trip in N-IV, or Andalusia highway passing through Cordoba in direction to Seville and reach Ecija. Here we take the detour to Osuna. In Osuna, we take a narrow road to El Saucejo and Almargen. After Cañete la Real, Cuevas del Becerro, Ronda.
-From Murcia – Granada, most of the way by motorway, with a distance of 600 kilometers: Valencia, Xativa, Villena, Elda, Elche, Orihuela, Murcia, Totana and Lorca. From Lorca to Puerto Lumbreras, from there direction to Granada. Arriving in Granada, follow the motorway towards Seville. Here, we have to pay attention to not take wrong roads that lead to Malaga and other places. We will always go in direction towards Seville until the indication Campillos – Ronda. Near the town of Campillos, we turn at an intersection to the left that leads to Ronda Ardales and Malaga; after a few miles on this road we take the detour Teba – Ronda; always in direction towards Ronda, we pass Cuevas del Becerro.
We can take directions to Madrid or Valencia, as appropriate for our trip and take from each of these capitals the described route.
-From Gaucín, is the shortest route and is about 120 kilometers long. We drive in the direction of Algeciras, to find at the right a crossroads that indicates Ronda. It is a narrow road, which is in restructuring work. To go without haste; this is the most suitable route for those who wish to enjoy mountain tourism, for we find beautiful views and the mountainous villages worth visiting: Gaucín, Benarrába, Algatocín, Benalauría, Benadalid, Atajate y Ronda.
-From San Pedro de Alcántara, is the most convenient way as the highway runs until to San Pedro de Alcántara, where we take the intersection of Ronda. From the intersection leaves a wide road, two-way, with multiple curves; in his ascent from sea level, we discover the mountain landscape until it reaches Ronda, with a distance of 50 kilometers. Some natural sources allow us a break on the trip. Well-placed lookouts encourage us to admire and photograph a spectacular panorama. It is the longest route, but the most attractive for tourists.
-From Estepona, the road is prettier, but the longest, with beautiful mountain views and pine forests. In Estepona, we take the road to Jubrique. We will be driving through the Genal Valley and its mountain villages, to Algatocín, where we find the intersection that leads to Ronda.
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