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Albergue Los Molinos

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0.8km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

We offer free WiFi in all public areas, and shared barbecue facilities.... More...

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Pension Hostal Ronda Sol

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1.4km from city centre - Show on Map
7.2
Very good 487
  • Perfect Location
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

This bright and simple guest house is located in the centre of Ronda, 100 metres from the Alameda Park and Ronda Bullring.... More...

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Hostal Virgen del Rocio

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0.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.5
Fabulous 309
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Hostal Restaurante Virgen del Roco, is located in the heart of historic Ronda, a few meters from the Plaza de Toros... More...

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El Refugio Hostel

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9.8km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Located in the village of Cartajima, just 16km from Ronda in Andalucia... More...

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Hostal Dona Carmen

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1.3km from city centre - Show on Map
8.3
Fabulous 12
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Hostal Dona Carmen is a comfortable and budget accommodation in Ronda.... More...

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Casa Duende del Tajo

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0.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 112
  • Perfect Location
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Casa Duende del Tajo is perfect if you want a relaxing time away... More...

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Hotel Polo

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1.2km from city centre - Show on Map
9.7
Superb 45
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Hotel Polo is a family run hotel situated in the very central part of the city. To explore the famous New Bridge or the Spanish oldest bull ring you will not need a car. Around the hotel you will fi... More...

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Hotel Andalucia Ronda

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1.7km from city centre - Show on Map
9.3
Superb 30
  • Wonderful Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Cozy and with a nice atmosphere.... More...

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Hotel Morales

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1.3km from city centre - Show on Map
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  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

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Kerkus Hostel

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14.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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Hotel Molino del Puente Ronda

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4km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 4
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free Breakfast

Beautifully renovated 17th century olive oil mill just 5 minutes from the centre of the historic town of Ronda in hea heart of the Andalucian countryside.

Conveniently located for visiting Cadiz, J... More...

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The mountaintop position of Ronda makes it stand out from the other white villages dotted among southern Spain's olive groves. Straddling a 100m deep gorge and dating back to Moorish rule, the town is a riot of historical fact and legend plus a little extra theatricality for the visitors' benefit. While Ronda had a reputation for hosting outlaws and rebels, most travellers nowadays come for the hiking or the Andalusian pace of life. 

Most hostels in Ronda have outdoor terraces or common rooms with free Wi-Fi. You'll find communal barbecues, shady gardens and one hostel even has a rooftop plunge pool. Make the most of the setting and chose a 300-year-old farmhouse nestled in a little known valley outside town. If you'd rather be closer to town, you have the choice of a Ronda hostel on a 17th-century olive farm or a former flour mill right in the centre. Both dorms and private rooms are available.

Ronda has two halves divided by the El Tajo Gorge of the Río Guadalevín. South of the river is La Ciudad (old town) which was an important cultural centre under Islamic rule. You can still visit the Moorish palace among the peaceful white lanes. North of the river is El Mercadillo (the Small Market). This newer town is famous for its dramatic clifftop setting. While the buildings of El Mercadillo are in keeping with the whitewashed Ciudad, the streets around the gorge are full of boutiques and cafés catering mostly to visitors.

Puente Nuevo is one of the main sights in Ronda. This bridge spans the gorge, linking both parts of town, and has a chamber above an arch that was used as a prison during the civil war. For views, take a stroll on Paseo de Ernest Hemingway (two of his novels were inspired by Ronda) which has balconies facing out to the hills. You can also walk to the bottom of the gorge to see the bridge from below. Another unusual sight is the Lara Museum. Full of historic curios, it includes torture instruments from the Spanish Inquisition.

Málaga Airport is the closest, with good train and bus links to Ronda (a 2-hour journey by train, just under 3 hours by bus). Ronda Train Station is in El Mercadillo and has regular train services to Madrid and Granada. The train is ideal for visiting the white villages of Andalusia as the line runs right down to Algeciras and is considered one of Spain's most beautiful routes.

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We have 11 hostels in Ronda with an average rating of 8.8 based on 2,405 reviews 11 of 11 properties available in Ronda

About Ronda

The mountaintop position of Ronda makes it stand out from the other white villages dotted among southern Spain's olive groves. Straddling a 100m deep gorge and dating back to Moorish rule, the town is a riot of historical fact and legend plus a little extra theatricality for the visitors' benefit. While Ronda had a reputation for hosting outlaws and rebels, most travellers nowadays come for the hiking or the Andalusian pace of life. 

Most hostels in Ronda have outdoor terraces or common rooms with free Wi-Fi. You'll find communal barbecues, shady gardens and one hostel even has a rooftop plunge pool. Make the most of the setting and chose a 300-year-old farmhouse nestled in a little known valley outside town. If you'd rather be closer to town, you have the choice of a Ronda hostel on a 17th-century olive farm or a former flour mill right in the centre. Both dorms and private rooms are available.

Ronda has two halves divided by the El Tajo Gorge of the Río Guadalevín. South of the river is La Ciudad (old town) which was an important cultural centre under Islamic rule. You can still visit the Moorish palace among the peaceful white lanes. North of the river is El Mercadillo (the Small Market). This newer town is famous for its dramatic clifftop setting. While the buildings of El Mercadillo are in keeping with the whitewashed Ciudad, the streets around the gorge are full of boutiques and cafés catering mostly to visitors.

Puente Nuevo is one of the main sights in Ronda. This bridge spans the gorge, linking both parts of town, and has a chamber above an arch that was used as a prison during the civil war. For views, take a stroll on Paseo de Ernest Hemingway (two of his novels were inspired by Ronda) which has balconies facing out to the hills. You can also walk to the bottom of the gorge to see the bridge from below. Another unusual sight is the Lara Museum. Full of historic curios, it includes torture instruments from the Spanish Inquisition.

Málaga Airport is the closest, with good train and bus links to Ronda (a 2-hour journey by train, just under 3 hours by bus). Ronda Train Station is in El Mercadillo and has regular train services to Madrid and Granada. The train is ideal for visiting the white villages of Andalusia as the line runs right down to Algeciras and is considered one of Spain's most beautiful routes.