Ronda Boutique Pension

Ronda, Andalucia, Spain

Where to find Baraka Boutique Pension Ronda


Ronda map

Baraka Ronda
Parking is not available in the old town. Free parking could be found in the Barrio de San Francisco, 10 minutes walk. Baraka has also acquired a parking space at the 'Aparcamiento del Castillo' near the town hall (Ayuntamiento) with a daily rate of 10 euros, within 5 minutes walk from Baraka Boutique Pensión.

 

From Sevilla - A-376 (1.5 hours)

You enter Ronda from the north west at Avenida Doctor Fleming. This turns into Calle Virgen de la Paz. Pass the Plaza de Toros (right) and cross the bridge. Take the first left, Calle Santo Domingo. This is a cobblestone street going downhill. It naturally veers to the right. The road forks at the fountain which is against the wall on the right: the main road (left) keeps going downhill while the pedestrian one (right, Calle Ruedo Doña Elvira) goes uphill and veers to the right. Baraka Boutique Pension is on the right. Park right before the fountain on the right at the 'carga/descarga' (load/unload) sign and bring your suitcases to Baraka to discuss parking.

From Granada - A-367 (2-2.5 hours)

You enter Ronda from the North East, at a large roundabout. Follow the signs to San Pedro or La Ciudad. At the next roundabout veer to the right to the old city. Before reaching the bridge take the last right turn, Calle Santo Domingo. This is a cobblestone street going downhill. It naturally veers to the right. The road forks at the fountain which is against the wall on the right: the main road (left) keeps going downhill while the pedestrian one (right, Calle Ruedo Doña Elvira) goes uphill and veers to the right. Baraka Boutique Pension is on the right. Park right before the fountain on the right at the 'carga/descarga' (load/unload) sign and bring your suitcases to Baraka to discuss parking.

From Costa del Sol - San Pedro, A-376 (45 minutes)

You enter Ronda from the south, through the old city. Before reaching the bridge take the last right turn, Calle Santo Domingo. This is a cobblestone street going downhill. It naturally veers to the right. The road forks at the fountain which is against the wall on the right: the main road (left) keeps going downhill while the pedestrian one (right, Calle Ruedo Doña Elvira) goes uphill and veers to the right. Baraka Boutique Pension is on the right. Park right before the fountain on the right at the 'carga/descarga' (load/unload) sign and bring your suitcases to Baraka to discuss parking.