Make sure you have comfortable shoes for hiking/walking, sunscreen for the hot months and plenty of water. Pack a snack and enjoy the view of the canyon after hiking down.
The bullring is perfect for all ages, but you may not want to take toddlers on the hike since there are some steep inclines and no railings. Great for babies that are harnessed or for kids over five years old.
Ronda can get hot during the summer months; to avoid the sun at its peak, plan on getting a jump-start with a morning hike prior to the bullring.
This is a family-friendly day trip of history, views and adventures! The laid-back, scenic town of Ronda, Spain gives you jaw-dropping views and lots of time to connect as a family in a beautiful setting. Start with a morning hike down the El Tajo Gorge to avoid the hot Adalucian sun, walk across the beautiful Puente Nuevo bridge and finish the day with the fascinating history of Plaza de Toros, one of the oldest bullrings in Spain. Kids will enjoy pretending to be a matador, while grown-ups will happily soak in some history, art and scenery.