Important Phone Numbers
Emergency Numbers: In case you encounter a difficulty whilst in the area, the most important phone number to remember is 112. This is the European emergency number and you will be able to speak to an operator in English should you require it. The local police can be contacted on 952 87 13 69, the Guardia Civil on 952 87 14 81, the National Police on 952 16 12 20 and the Fire Brigade on 952 87 19 58. Ronda Hospital’s number is 951 06 50 00/01.
|Local Police||952 87 13 69|
|Guardia Civil||952 87 14 81|
|National Police||952 16 12 20|
|Fire Brigade||952 87 19 58|
|Ronda Hospital||951 06 50 00 / 01|
Transport: For information about trains to and from Ronda, call Renfe on 952 87 16 73. Bus information can be obtained from one of three companies – Los Amarillos on 952 18 70 61, Comes on 952 87 19 92 or Portillo on 952 87 22 62. If you want a taxi, you can to pre-book one on 952 872 316 or 952 874 080 or head for the corner of Calle La Bola and Calle Juan José de Puya where many taxis wait for a fare.
|Trains||952 87 16 73|
|Buses – Los Amarillo||952 18 70 61|
|Buses – Comes||952 87 19 92|
|Buses – Portillo||952 87 22 62|
|Taxis||952 872 316 / 952 874 080|
Airport Transfers: Travelling to Ronda from Malaga Airport is simple, with shuttle buses and taxis available to take you the 60km through the winding mountain roads. Companies such as Malaga Taxis (malagataxi.co.uk) or Malaga Airport Transfers (malagaairport-transfers.com) will charge between €130 and €180 for a one way journey, depending on what sort of vehicle you require (standard up to minibus). There are many other firms available as a simple internet search will reveal. The more adventurous traveller may choose to take a local bus to Marbella and transfer to the Ronda bus, at considerably less cost.
Main Hotels: Hotel accommodation in Ronda is plentiful and can range from homely and budget to up-market and boutique. If you’re on a strict budget, try the Hotel Virgen de los Reyes in Calle de Lorenzo Borrego Gomez. It has rooms available in low season from €36 per night. Mid-range accommodation includes hotels such as the Jardin de la Muralla in Calle Espiritu Santo which has an outdoor pool and suites available (in low season) from €125 per night. The 4* Hotel Montelirio offers guests a central location, its own restaurant and complimentary wifi from around €218 per night for its valley view, junior suite, again in low season. There are many travel and hotel booking websites from which you can choose your preferred accommodation when visiting Ronda.