Ronda is the capital city of the Serranía de Ronda (Ronda’s Mountain Range), a privileged spot for nature lovers. Three Natural Parks surround Ronda; Grazalema, Sierra de las Nieves (Snowy Mountain Range) and the Alcornocales (Cork Oak Groves). The first two were declared a Man and Biosphere reserve by UNESCO. The diversity of species is especially wide as regards birdlife, which attracts thousands of birdwatching fans and professionals every year.

If you prefer hiking or cross-country cycling, there are more than 300 kilometres carefully arranged for everyone’s taste and difficulty levels.

The sharp and diverse relief of the Serranía de Ronda has provided the area with the largest via ferrata in Spain as well as with numerous leisure-time businesses that will arrange for you to go canyoneering, paragliding, canoeing or cave exploring.

In our library, you can find all the necessary information to set out on your own adventures. Some of the most popular trails like the Pinsapar de Grazalema (Grazalema’s Spanish Fir Grove), the Garganta Verde (Green Gorge) or the Caminito del Rey (King’s Footpath) require prior booking or authorisation. We will help you with all the procedures.