The Serranía de Ronda and the Sierra de Grazalema are arguably among the most important areas for wildlife in Spain. The diversity of habitats makes the area a natural wonder for all who are fortunate enough to gaze upon its obvious beauty and splendour. The diversity of habitats is reflected by an equal and staggering diversity in the area’s wildlife. Parque Naturals Sierra de las Nieves and Sierra de Grazalema are two major national parks, both declared UNESCO Biosphere reserves, and are contained within our boundaries. The reserves are of international importance.
If you are interested in guided tours, please read more on the website of Peter Jones.
If you are interested in bird watching you are here at the right spot. We work with some professional bird watching guides who will take you to beautiful and still not discovered places to look out for the most amazing birds we have here. Ronda itself sits spectacularly above steep cliffs on which Lesser Kestrels and Peregrine Falcons breed. By driving around through the nearby mountain ranges you should see numerous other raptors, including Bonelli’s Eagle, plus Black Wheatear, Rock Sparrow, Chough, Rock Bunting and, at least in winter, Alpine Accentor. Eagle Owl and White-rumped Swift are also possible.
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