Ronda Transfer Tours organizes various excursiones in VTC cars and microbuses, all tailored to our client's choice. Starting from Ronda, or wherever suits you, we can take you to the main destinations in Andalusia in the comfort of one of our hired, chauffeured vehicles.
To give you an idea, below are a few of the interesting places you can visit...
Any visit to Granada is incomplete without a visit to the Alhambra and the cathedral. A visit to the labrynth of narrow streets of Sacromonte and Albaicín, the monastery of Saint Geronimo and La Cartuja is also time well spent. The science park is another great place for both young and old. Finishing your visit with a tapas route makes for a perfect end to the day. It's easy to enjoy the historic and monumental city of Granada in the comfort of one of our chauffeured vehicles from Ronda, Malaga. We take you swiftly and surely to your destination with fixed tariffs and no hidden costs.
Seville is the largest city in Andalusia with many sights to see during your time there. There are the important monuments of the cathedral, la Giralda and los Real Alcázares, all well worth visiting. You could also take a walk around María Luisa Park and the Plaza de España or a boat trip along the Guadalquivir. There is also the theme park at Isla Mágica or the April Fair, which can be visited both during the day or night.
Cordoba has one of the largest historic city centres in Europe with a maze of streets and small plazas to explore. A visit to the famous Mezquita is not to be missed. San Rafael bridge and the area around the Guadalquivir river and los Sotos de la Albolafia are of great interest to nature lovers. In spring visitors can delight in seeing patios throughout the city decorated with thousands of potted plants and flowers. After a long, enjoyable day in this beautiful and ancient city you can sit back and relax as you return home in one of our chauffeured vehicles.
This city is a major Andalusian cultural centre with several important museums: The Pompidou Centre, The Picasso Museum and The Carmen Tyssen Museum, to name just a few. The cathedral, la Alcazaba and Gibralfaro offer unique views of the area around the port and the Mediterranean. A walk down Calle Larios and a visit to the docks, now a zone dedicated to leisure and recreational activities, can be combined with a visit to the city's best beaches, such as La Malagueta or Pedregalejo.
This small town is situated in surroundings of great beauty where the Axarquía region meets the Mediterranean. Its small bays with their cliffs and beaches have a special beauty both in summer and winter. The Balcón de Europa offers incomparable visits. Hire one of our chauffeured vehicles from Ronda, Malaga, and be driven in comort to a place near to the town where the boat from the television series Verano Azul can be seen. The famous Nerja Caves are open to all publics and are well worth a visit.
A British enclave in the heart of Andalusia, Gibraltar is the closest place to familiarize oneself with the culture of the United Kingdom. A visit to the shops on Main Street with their abundance of interesting goods is a must. The top of the famous Rock can be reached either on foot or by funicular railway. Whichever way you choose to go there you will be rewarded with spectacular views over the Mediterranean and the Straits.
The villages of the Serranía de Ronda and the Sierra de Cádiz have a characteristic style of architecture dominated by their multitude of whitewashed houses and buildings. The short distances between these villages make it plausible to visit several in the same day in one of our chauffeured vehicles from Ronda. Zahara de la Sierra, Grazalema, Setenil, Olvera and El Gastor are just a few of the villages that are of interest to lovers of nature and local customs.
After being completely restored and reformed, El Caminito del Rey or The King's Walk, has become a walking route of worldwide fame. Hanging pathways between high precipices with views over the Río Guadalhorce dam make this a spectacular route in a priviliged landscape.
The capital of the Costa del Sol offers a wide range of possibilities to visitors, from the narrow streets of the old town to modern touristic areas and big shopping centres. A visit to the town's beaches and promenades can be completed with a stroll around Puerto Banús or a trip to one of the local golf courses. The annual Starlite Festival has become a major musical event every summer. Our fleet of chauffeured vehicles are at your service to take you there and pick you up at your convenience with maximum punctuality.
One of the oldest towns in Andalusia with many monuments and sights that are a must for any visit: The New Bridge, The Arab Baths, the views from the Alameda del Tajo, the church of Santa María, the Cuenca Gardens and the Carrera Espinel with its wide variety of restaurants and tapas bars, to name just a few. Ronda is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes and the villages of the Serranía, making it a great place to practice adventure sports.