Map of the hiking trails near Ronda


We've been hiking the Ronda and Grazalema mountains for many years. Here you will find some very useful information for planning a hiking trip in the Ronda-Grazalema area. Hiking in Ronda will get you to witness outstanding scenery, impressive landscapes and meet our nearby villages, all of them providing accomodation.

We provide hiking day trips but also bespoke guided and self guided hiking tours adapted to your holiday length and interests.


ronda gorge's hiking path


Ronda's own hike

This is a magnificent hike around the whole base of the mighty cliff of Ronda. It is a very beautiful circular route in the proximity of Ronda's old town with hints on the history of the town, agriculture and wildlife. 3-4 h

tajo abanico ronda


The hidden gorge and cave

A relaxed walk that will take us walking from Ronda to a gorge usually unperceived by many. We'll walk along an ancient cobble stone path into a secret gorge near Ronda with a fan-shaped cave! 3 h

Cueva del gato in Benaoján


Hiking along the river

Easy and short walk along the banks of the Guadiaro river that will take us to the impressive Cueva del Gato, declared Natural Monument. Its crystal clear pond will take your breath away!

Hiking in Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park


Quejigales and even Torrecilla

One of the most popular hiking tours in Ronda. This is a circular route across a Spanish Fir forest with an optional ascent to the Torrecilla peak (1919 m), the highest summit in the area! 5-7 h. More

Llanos del endrinal Grazalema


Grazalema's own hike

This is a very convenient and interesting circular hike just by the beautiful village of Grazalema. A great hike for wildlife lovers for there is a chance to see Iberian Ibex and some endemic plants. 3-4 h

Cerro Coros hike


Our favourite hike

This easy hike takes us on a circular route from Puerto Palomas around the Coros Peak. Enjoy scenic views all along the hike, including stunning views over the Zahara's reservoir and Grazalema's Natural Park. 3-4 h

Chestnut valley Ronda hike


Best hike in autumn

A variety of hiking routes near Cartajima offer us a very rewarding hike across Chestnut hills, secially in autumn. November is the best time of the year enjoy the ochre colours of the Chestnut's leaves. 3-5 h

Walking along Garganta Verde path


Sierra de Grazalema's pearl

We'll be right at the heart of the Sierra de Grazalema. This is a very impressive hike along a bosky gorge at a restricted area of the park. Griffon Vultures galore and a big cavity await you at the end of the path! 3-4 h

Pinsapar Grazalema walk


Our little Alaska

Another restriced hike, this time along the biggest and most impressive Fir forest in southern Spain. A challenging hike well rewarded by the impressive views of the hill north of Grazalema. 5-6 h


We can taylor your walking holidays in Spain according to your calendar, physical condition and interests. We are familiar with a wide range of family-run hotels and country-inns and have been doing custom hiking tours in Ronda and Andalucía since 2016. We can arrange airport and luggage transfers and all you need for your walking holidays in Spain. Feel free to enquire us providing all information you have and we'll be happy to send you a detailed itinerary and estimate without any commitment on your part whatsoever.


The Visitor Centre in Ronda recommended Alvaro, both he and his wife do bird tours. I texted him and he responded quickly. I went on a hike to the Sierra de la Nieves with Alvaro. Alvaro chose our destination, as I was keen to do lots of hiking near Ronda. We drove out to the park and on our four hour walk we saw Ibis, wild boar, beautiful ancient trees, tiny orchids, salamanders, and many birds (he had a cheat bird call on his phone to attract them). Alvaro walked at my pace and was always watching out for me and to point out the wildlife. It was a magical afternoon in the wild of Andalusia.

But, the best part was when I first met with Alvaro I also wanted to walk the Caminato del Rey. Alvaro helped me buy tickets at an agency, he rang several other guides and found a guide to take me two days later (as he was already booked) and he went totally out of his way to help me - given that I dont speak Spanish. This was well above and beyond his call of duty and was it so appreciated. Because of Alvaro I got to do the Caminato. It is without question that if he had not helped me I would have missed out. I was really blessed to make contact with Alvaro.

Nicole D. Auckland, New Zealand