Day trip to millenary Ronda with a visit to one of the most beautiful wineries of Spain and tastings of many traditional dishes- foodie style.

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A night on the town for wine-loving foodies. Discover Malaga from an insider’s perspective by nibbling on tapas in the best local bars and taverns.

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Join us on a culinary adventure to this ancient city where artists like Ernest Hemingway, Orson Welles or Rainer Maria Rilke got inspired  and carried away by its beauty.

Immerse yourself in the cultural splendor of Ronda, stroll through the old town as you pass by some of the most impressive monuments.

Taste some of the best wines of the region in a winery with breathtaking views and discover Ronda’s flavorful local gastronomy.

The groups are always small and intimate to ensure a tour of Ronda’s cultural, historical and culinary “hotspots” without stress, but much authenticity.

Highlights include:

  • Typical andalusian breakfast
  • Private visit to a 16th century convent
  • Tasting of 3 wines paired with iberian cold cuts and cheese
  • Guided walk through Ronda’s old Town
  • Selection of  traditional tapas in off-the-beaten path restaurant
  • Passionate english speaking Food Sherpa
  • Pickup and Drop off at the meeting point

About this Trip

Private Trip
Mon-Sat  9am
Duration: 9 h.
Minimum of 10 adults required.


Adolescent 13-17 years

Child under 12 years

Meeting Point

Pick up and Drop Off at your Hotel

andalusian breakfast
puente nuevo bridge ronda
bridge in ronda
wine tasting in ronda
porra tomato ronda
yemas del tajo

What to Expect

This trip starts in an unbeatable way: with an authentic and traditional Andalusian breakfast of “molletes” bread and “zurrapa” at a “Mesón” bar from 1958, on a stop halfway to our destination Ronda.

Before we arrive to the old town of Ronda, we discover the basics principles of wine tasting in “Descalzos Viejos”, a winery which was build in a convent of the sixteenth century that is located in an incomparable and beautiful setting on the ledge of the Ronda gorge (El Tajo). During almost 2 hours the owners of the bodega and our specialized staff will explain to you everything about their history, terroir, gardens and convent itself, as well as their wines of course. In this friendly and casual, yet exclusive gathering, you will taste some of the best wines of Andalusia, accompanied by an appetizer of high quality cold cuts and cheese.

After that it’s time to enter the city of Ronda, where we accompany you to discover the flavorful local gastronomy by tasting tapas such as homemade oxtail croquettes, local stuffed mushrooms, Ronda’s blood sausage, “migas” or meat, grilled in a firewood oven.

For dessert, some delicious “Yemas del Tajo”. Ronda’s egg yolk specialty, directly from the bakery!

On this tour of one of the most interesting cities in Andalusia, we will visit the historic center of millenary Ronda, discovering its different neighborhoods. And, of course, enjoy the spectacular views of the “Tajo de Ronda”.

Important Information

We want everyone to be able to discover our delicious gastronomy, so we’re delighted to provide tasty substitutions for vegetarians, dairy and gluten intolerant, pregnant or those who don’t drink alcohol…

Due to the risk of gluten cross-contamination, our tours are not recommended for those with celiac disease.

If you have any other allergy or preference, we will try our best to suit the tour to your needs.
Substitutions must be indicated in advance at time of ticket purchase.

The Ronda Day Trip is offered to private groups only.
However, twice a year we organize private Trips that anyone can join. We will put these excursions on sale at least 3 months in advance.
Also when we receive several requests from different people with close dates, we try to organize an excursion on a date that suits everyone.
Please click here to let us know your preferred date(s)

Calle Marqués de Larios, 18, outside the Women’s Secret store

( don’t mistake it for Victoria Secret)

Link to Meeting Point

The meeting point is also provided with your booking confirmation.

Our Trip serves enough food to be equivalent to a hearty breakfast and lunch.

  • We are malagueños and love to eat! That’s why we would only take you to places that totally convince us and where we go with our friends and families. No tourist traps
  • Not all Tours are created equal. Our tours are not standardized, but a real reflection of the delicacies every season has to offer and the creativity of our chefs. We took much time and effort in designing the tours so you can enjoy delicious treats, discover hidden places and submerge in our (food) culture in local hideaways.
  • Feel welcome and like a local. We have great friendships and exclusive partnerships with restaurants, taverns and market vendor.
  • Expert foodie guides. They truly are real professionals and experts on local cuisine!
  • Much more than wonderful food in interesting places. There’s more to it- it’s about the attitude, about getting a bit closer to our authentic culture and real people!

There are no discounts for non-drinkers as in Spain, and specially in southern Spain non-acoholic drinks  normally cost  the same as beer or wine.

Wonderful Wine and Food Experience.

“Run don’t walk to take advantage of this really special vineyard tour and traditional Spanish food experience in Ronda. Simone was a fount of knowledge and a delightful guide. Can’t wait for our next Food Sherpa trip. ”
Karlsabo, TripAdvisor.


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