Ronda and the white villages
Explore the mountains and hilltop towns of Andalucia, driving through scenic countryside to Ronda, dramatically located over El Tajo gorge. Declared a city in the 4th century by Julius Caesar, the old town is packed with history. Visit sights such as the 14th-century Mondragon Palace and take in the incredible views before continuing on through the white villages to Grazalema. This charming village is nestled in a spectacular valley and known for its traditional production of honey, cheese and blankets. End your day exploring the main square and wandering through the village's picturesque winding streets.