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A great restaurant, located alongside the fabulous municipal swimming pool in Jimera de Libar, serving an excellent range of tapas, snacks, traditional food and meats on the grill. Superb value menu del dia during the week. Plenty of parking, large dining room with open fireplace, terrace with stunning views of the Guadiaro valley and Sierra de Libar.
An 11-bedroom hotel, restaurant, chiringuito and saltwater swimming pool conveniently and peacefully located on the outskirts of Cortes de la Frontera but within a two-minute walk of the centre. The hotel offers stunning views from its restaurant and extensive outside terraces and is conveniently located between the Los Alcornocales and Sierra de Grazalema Natural Parks and the Guadiaro Valley. The property offers homely accommodation and the bar and restaurant are open (except Wednesdays) for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Two function rooms are available catering for 100 and 60 persons. A conference room is available for private meetings. The hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, a tour desk and free WiFi. The area is popular for cycling, and bike hire is available at Hotel Rural and Restaurant Las Camaretas. The hotel can help organise horseriding, walking and cycle routes; potholing; mushroom walks and workshops; guided visits to cheese and ham factories, the Cueva del Gato, the Cueva de la Pileta and the vulture feeding station. Ronda is 33 km from the accommodation, while Grazalema is 44 km away. The nearest airports are at Malaga-Costa del Sol and Jerez and there is a railway station near Cortes de […]
Hotel Palacete de Mañara is located in a building dating from the 17th Century. It has been completely renovated and offers tranquillity in the very heart of the village. There are eight double bedrooms with en suite facilities, as well as air conditioning, TV and WiFi. There is a lovely swimming pool in the interior of the patio.
Hotel Molino Cuatro Paradas is a charmingly restored flour mill located just outside the popular village of Benaojan on the banks of the river Guadiaro near Ronda, Malaga, Spain. This country hotel near Ronda in Spain has ten beautifully furnished hotel rooms offering a variety of accommodation. Some of the rooms have river views while others open up directly on to the central courtyard of the hotel and some have private balconies. The hotel has a small bar area which is well-stocked with a variety of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. There is also a popular outdoor river terrace which nestles on the banks of the river with spectacular views of the surrounding crags. Here hotel guests can read, watch the birds which frequent the river or just relax and savour the ambience. Whether you are a walker, bird-watcher, caver or simply wish to explore the area by car, you will be entranced by the beauty and variety of the mountain scenery. Between the craggy ridges of the Sierras de Libar and Grazalema and the more rounded slopes of the Sierra de las Nieves lie the steep valleys of the rivers Genal and Guadiaro. With the added attraction of […]
Casa Rita – Village House with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and mountain views. Casa Rita is a charming restored village house located in the original Moorish upper part of Montejaque, 20 minutes from Ronda in the Grazalema Natural Park. Officially registered with the authorities as a vivienda rural, Casa Rita has to meet strict standards of comfort and safety and is regularly inspected. Casa Rita has been imaginatively designed to get the best out of the surrounding area and the wonderful climate. The large roof terrace affords a 360° view of this most beautiful of the pueblos blancos of the Serranía de Ronda, as well as the emblematic mountains Hacho and Tavizna and the surrounding valley and olive and citrus groves. As a result of its position, Casa Rita is one of the few houses in the village that enjoys sunshine all day long, all year round. If the sun is too hot it has shady areas too. The municipal swimming pool is 20 minutes walk away or 5 minutes by car.
Mesón los Alcornocales serves great grilled meats and fish often accompanied by tasty mushrooms from the local area and fine wines from the Serrania de Ronda. Cafetería María offers a large selection of hot and cold tapas and homemade cakes in a friendly atmosphere. Serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and is open every day from 8am until closing, except Mondays. Takes bookings but walk-ins welcome Good for groups or parties Takeaway Catering Outdoor (covered) terrace
Restaurant Venta el Puente looks like a normal roadside inn, but it is not. The owner and cook, Carmen Luisa, has a very original concept and lots of plans to develop this place in the countryside between two rivers into something so special that you feel at home. She wants people to come, with their families, to this home from home, to enjoy the peace and quiet, the fresh flowers round about and also a simple, fresh and innovative menu. They also offer a selection of Ronda wines at a good price. There is a barbecue grill in the evening from Thursday to Sunday. And the breakfasts are among the best in the Serranía.
Fantastic bar/restaurant in the square in Montejaque. The restaurant offers a wide variety of tapas, gourmet tapas, paellas and grilled meats. They offer top quality products and a warm welcome from the staff. “We invite you to come and try us. We are sure you will come again.”
The restaurant is run by a cooperative of young people who believe in the future of the area. They opened to the public in autumn 2002. It is 19 Km. from Ronda on the A-369 to Algeciras in Atajate (Malaga), and the building is very visible at the entrance of the village. The name, “Audalazar” is one of the tributary streams of the Genal river, which is between Atajate and Alpandeire, but is also a Moorish village that disappeared in 1570, and comes from the Arabic Wadi-al-jara, Guidazara, Vidazara, Udazara, whose meaning was “river stones”.
The climbing route in Benaoján is the oldest in the Serranía de Ronda. It is a short but very demanding Via Ferrata due to a tough overhang located at the beginning of the route together with the Tibetan bridge. Apart from these two obstacles the route is quite accessible. Access You can park your car on the road in Estación de Benaoján or on the right side, just before the entrance to the town, if you are coming from Ronda. In either case, it is no more than a 5-10 mins walk to the beginning of the route. The road will be left behind after a small curve, where you will start with a small rock step which will lead you to the beginning of the Via Ferrata. The end of the Iron Way will be on the left side towards Benaoján leading to the same place where the car is parked. Main Data • Town: Benaoján • Coordinates (UTM): X: 298952 ; Y: 4065836 • Difficulty: K3 Difficult • Length of the route: 90 m. • Elevation: 70 m. • Estimated return time: 1 h. 20 mins. from the car park
Holiday home with character in a very private country setting. Beautifully restored old blacksmith’s forge that has been in the same family for generations. Reached by a short track a few kilometres from Gaucin the property is surrounded by unspoilt countryside where goats, sheep and cattle still graze. It has four bedrooms and a lovely swimming pool in the garden.
Feel the adrenaline! We offer the best adventure sports in the Serrania de Ronda in Andalucia’s Malaga province. We always work with small groups to guarantee the quality of our services. Activities we specialise in are: canyoning, vía ferratas, caving, hiking, mountaineering and guided mountain bike routes etc. We can organise VIP trips, business incentives, bachelor parties and original and active birthday gifts. All our excursions include the best quality safety equipment, knowledgeable guides and insurance. Registered by the Tourism Department at the Junta de Andalucía – AT / MA00347.
Gibraltar International Airport (IATA: GIB) is the civilian airport that serves the British overseas territory of Gibraltar. The runway is owned by the Ministry of Defence for use by the Royal Air Force as RAF Gibraltar. Civilian operators use the civilian-operated terminal. National Air Traffic Services hold the contract for provision of air navigation services at the airport. In 2017, the airport handled 571,184 passengers and 302,094 kg of cargo on 4,888 total flights. Winston Churchill Avenue (the main road heading towards the land border with Spain) intersects the airport runway, and consequently has to be closed every time a plane lands or departs. The History Channel programme Most Extreme Airports ranked the airport the fifth most extreme airport in the world. It is exposed to strong crosswinds around the rock and across the Bay of Algeciras, making landings in winter particularly uncomfortable. Although located in Gibraltar, the airport is also used by people travelling to or from neighbouring parts of southern Spain such as the Costa del Sol or the Campo de Gibraltar.