Excursion à Ronda et la gorge El Tajo avec dégustation de vin au départ de Malaga
Ensuite, visitez la Plaza de Toros, la plus vieille arène d'Espagne qui a accueilli quelques-uns des événements les plus importants de l'histoire de la corrida, comme votre guide vous l'expliquera. L'arène a son propre musée, doté d'une collection d'objets, notamment des photos de célèbres fans de corrida tels qu'Ernest Hemingway et Orson Welles.
Poursuivez votre excursion d'une journée dans la cave Bodegas La Sangre de Ronda, où vous bénéficierez d'une visite guidée du domaine, découvrirez les vins espagnols et dégusterez un vin local.
Profitez de votre temps libre pour explorer Ronda et déguster un déjeuner espagnol traditionnel ou des tapas andalouses dans un restaurant local (à vos frais). Admirez davantage de vues magnifiques sur la gorge El Tajo avant de vous détendre lors d'un confortable trajet de retour à Malaga.
- Guide local
- Transport en autocar climatisé
- Prix d'entrée à la Plaza de Toros et au musée
- Dégustation de vins
- Pourboires (facultatifs)
- Nourriture et boissons, sauf mention contraire
- Vous recevrez la confirmation au moment de la réservation, sauf si vous l'effectuez dans les 24 heures avant le départ. Dans ce cas, la confirmation vous sera envoyée dès que possible, sous réserve de disponibilité.
- Non accessible aux personnes en fauteuil roulant
- Cette visite a plusieurs zones de ramassage
The trip is not well structured at all, they make you wait at a large number of stops and for a long time on the way and while coming back that you will feel like you spent the whole day inside the coach for a day for a journey of 100kms which could be done in 1.5 hrs.. There is not enough break for a coffee/breakfast either which they should have arranged in the midway of journey when they are starting the trip so early as 6.55 am. Though they said this time, the trip started off from Malaga past 7.15 am and as mentioned stopped for long times all the way. Stopping to pick up people on the way is a good idea and helpful, but it should not be for such long times that you spent unreasonable time in coach for such a short journey. The guide was not very helpful either, she did not give proper information to return to the bus station after we were left on our own and we lost our way on the way back to reach bus station. The guide was not very friendly to the questions asked like the basic necessities of where we could find a toilet. She was more bothered about time which they themselves had managed in a very bad way and then causing discomfort to the travellers. All in all we would not recommend taking this trip.
The overall trip to Ronda was good, but not necessarily as described. The tour guide, Paco, was about 15 minutes late and did not acknowledge anyone on the bus until we were about half way to the destination. The bus picked us up in Malaga and stopped over a dozen times to pick up others on the way to Marbella. On arrival, we did get a decent overview of Ronda and enjoyed the winetasting. The visit to Marbella at the end was a nice bonus. The downside was, there was no El Tajo Gorge tour... we had to do that on our own, and we did not have much time to do so. Overall, it was a good trip, but I would recommend doing this on your own if able... you will save time picking up and dropping people off if coming from Malaga and have more time to enjoy the sights at Ronda.
We enjoyed our tour to Ronda. The destination is worth the journey. Be prepared for the early departure from Malaga with numerous pick up stops along the way. The guided trip was informative and the sites are incredible.
It was an early start for some of us because on the way to our destination the coach had to make several stops to pick up other folks from their hotels along the Costa del Sol, mainly in Marbella. Some of us started about 06:55 am from Malaga. But overall it's worth it. I just wished I could have time to descend down to El Tajo Gorge and took that iconic photos.