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Have you ever wanted to see a Spanish bull, the ones used in bullfights? We offer you that opportunity! Set in the beautiful Andalusian countryside, this pastureland is the setting for breeding the Spanish fighting bull, as well as the elegant Andalusian horse. Groups have the opportunity to appreciate first-hand the breeding of these typically Spanish animals.
We offer the visitor the chance to enjoy close up observation of all the stages of the fighting bull breeding and selection process: the breeding stock cows escorted by the stallion; the calves born that year, the young bulls; and finally, the bull, the result of centuries of men's passion for creating the most beautiful creature. Here the bulls are allowed to roam free in nature.
We also show the breeding of the Andalusian horse where you can observe the mares with their foals running free in the pastureland. Not to mention the presence of a whole cast of fauna and flora that surprises everyone who approaches this wonderful sight of nature.
Visitors will be be guided through the pastureland in one of our vehicles by farm staff. They will help the Mayoral (cattle caretaker) in one of his daily tasks. After the visit enjoy a glass of Ronda wine and tapas consisting of Iberico pork products. You will have the opportunity to ask questions to the professionals who take care of these amazing animals.
We will continue our excursion visiting the city of Ronda were you will have aprox. 1 hour to visit Ronda on your own. Ronda is one of the most beautiful and historic towns in Andalusia. Ronda is a mountain top city nestled on the dramatic El Tajo Gorge, which separates the old and new parts of the city. Ronda is one of Spain´s oldest towns dating back to Islamic times when it was an important cultural city. Hemingway described Ronda as the most romantic town in Spain.
Cross the impressive Puente Nuevo bridge, Ronda´s most famous landmark, which straddles the deep Gorge and connects the Moorish part of Ronda with the modern part of the city. Here you can truly appreciate the rugged gorge and the beautiful country landscape.
There are many attractions worth visiting in Ronda. The Arab Baths, built at the end of the 13th century, are the best preserved in Spain. The old wall and gate to the city give a unique glimpse into Ronda´s Islamic past. The Palacio de Mondragon houses the municipal museum and has some spectacular gardens. It was built and residence of the Moorish King Abomelik and used later as a residence for King Ferdinand and Queen Isabelle. The city also has some impressive churches including the Church of the Holy Spirit and the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor. The Jardines de Cuenca (Cuenca Gardens) should not be missed as they are located on ledges over the Tajo and offer spectacular views of the countryside and city.
Ronda is said to be the home of modern bullfighting so a visit to its famous bullring cannot be missed. The El Maestranza bullring is one of the oldest and most impressive in Spain. There is a museum and guided audio tour of the bullring.
Guests should bring bottle of water, camera, sunscreen, walking Shoes
|1 Pax||2 Pax||3 Pax||4 Pax||5 Pax||6 Pax||7 Pax||€ 525.00||€ 540.00||€ 600.00||€ 667.00||€ 590.00||€ 734.00||€ 790.00|
Exchange Rate is 0.7071
12 Euro = 8.49 USD
This shore excursion departs from the Port of Malaga and returns to your cruise ship