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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Ronda?

    The price for luggage storage in Ronda starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Ronda?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Ronda.

  • Are there storage lockers in Ronda?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Ronda. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Ronda.

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Store your luggage around Ronda with Bounce

The Spanish city of Ronda has a lot going for it, but perhaps the most well-known feature is El Tajo - a picturesque (and very deep) gorge that divides the city. Anyone visiting Ronda should head to the viewing platform to get a birds-eye view of the area. Puente Nuevo is the largest bridge that crosses the Guadelevin River, more than 100 meters below. It's really a sight!

Ronda boasts many museums that are both traditional and unique, fantastic dining choices, and some excellent shopping. The attractions here are seemingly endless, so you'll want to spend as much time in Ronda as you can.

Many travelers arrive via the Ronda train station or bus station, and regardless of how you get here, you'll need a plan for your luggage before you check into your hotel or while you wait for your train. Whenever you need luggage storage, Ronda (and Bounce) have you covered. There are various places to store luggage scattered around the city for your convenience.

Luggage storage in Ronda

When you need a left luggage facility you can rely on, the obvious choice is Bounce. We offer secure luggage storage with the BounceShield guarantee near the bus station, rail station, Ronda hotels, and the city center as a whole. With Bounce, you can complete your booking in advance using our website or app. Then, you'll know exactly where to go to drop everything off.

Our luggage storage in Ronda offers generous opening hours and friendly staff, and we partner with the best hotels, local shops, and other businesses so that we have an extensive luggage storage network all over Spain. Store whatever you don't want to carry with you for a few hours or many days, and unlike typical train station lockers, Bounce can store just about any size of bag.

Ronda city guide

Top things to do in Ronda

For a city with a population of less than 50,000 people, it's a little surprising how much there is to do here. Some highlights that must be added to your Ronda itinerary include Puerta de Almocábar, a 13th-century stone gate; the Arab Baths Archaeological Site, which offers a glimpse into a 13th-century bathhouse; and the Bullring of the Royal Cavalry of Ronda, a truly impressive structure.

If you're looking for museum, shopping, or restaurant recommendations, read on to find out our favorites.

Museums in Ronda

Whether you're into military history, archaeology, witchcraft, renowned Spanish art, or architecture, the museums of Ronda have a lot to offer. Add any one of these to your itinerary, and you're sure to get a better feel for what the city and its people are all about.

Casa Palacio Museo Lara

One of the most impressive private collections in the area, the Lara Museum has a real mishmash of items on display. Visitors can see everything from weapons and uniforms to scientific instruments, clocks, and witchcraft objects. That's what you get when you have a look around one person's collection. The result is a whimsical walk through history in the city center.

While you're here, don't forget to check out the building itself. It's a great example of the typical architecture in Ronda around the 18th century.

Casa Palacio Museo Lara bag policy

There are no lockers available for visitors here, and while the museum doesn't expressly prohibit bags inside, the items are somewhat exposed, so it's a good idea to check your suitcases and backpacks with Bounce in the city center before you enter.

Unicaja Joaquín Peinado Museum

Born in Ronda in 1898, Joaquín Ruiz-Peinado Vallejo was a much-loved artist as well as a contemporary and friend of Pablo Picasso. The Peinado Museum showcases over 100 of the artists' pieces organized in nine collection rooms. The works are displayed in linked groups, such as the portrait gallery, watercolor prints and drawings, and neo-cubism.

Unicaja Joaquín Peinado Museum bag policy

When it comes to luggage, the Peinado Museum is strict. No bags or suitcases of any kind are permitted into the galleries and exhibits. They do not offer a left luggage service like Bounce, so drop everything off with us, and you won't have to worry about being in violation of the museum's bag policy.

Casa Museo Don Bosco

Built in 1850, the Don Bosco House and Museum is somewhat of a hidden gem in Ronda. Many visitors to Europe (and Spain) tend to seek out the much older attractions, but if you skip Casa Don Bosco, you'll be missing out. The mansion is a wonderful example of the modernist style, as it was remodeled around the turn of the 20th century, and inside, you'll find a treasure trove of Ronda's past. From tapestries to hand-carved furniture and intricate ceramic tiles, just walking around feels like you've stepped back in time.

A nice perk of heading here is the awesome view of El Tajo from the museum's garden. Plan to relax here for a while.

Casa Museo Don Bosco bag policy

The museum doesn't mention any option for luggage storage, so instead of being caught short with your bags when you arrive, consider taking the time to store luggage with Bounce for the entire day. That way, you can sightsee all around the city center without worrying about your stuff.

Shopping in Ronda

The shopping areas in Ronda are fairly concentrated, so you can find what you need here, whether it's clothing, shoes, souvenirs, food, or home goods.

Carrera Espinel

This main thoroughfare is probably the best shopping option in Ronda. Your retail therapy can start opposite the Bullring of the Royal Cavalry of Ronda. It's pedestrianized and offers a selection of Spanish stores that carry clothing, leather goods, jewelry, shoes, and whatever you might want. You can also get souvenirs for yourself or your friends and family along the way.

Ronda Street Market

Sometimes, the best way to get a feel for a new city is to go to the local market. For Ronda, the local street market, which takes place on Sundays from 9 am to 2 pm, is the place to do just that. There are a variety of things to pick up here, including prepared foods, produce, and handicrafts. In all, there are over 100 intriguing stalls to check out. If you're in town on a Sunday, it would be a shame to miss this.

Calle Armiñán

This is another popular shopping street in Ronda, located in the historic area of La Ciudad. The street actually divides the Old Town into two and offers an array of souvenir shops to tempt you. But these aren't only the typical souvenirs you might be expecting. On Calle Armiñán, shops sell higher-end items as well, such as olive wood carvings, leather goods, and artisanal food products.

When you're planning a day of shopping, whether you actually make a purchase or not, it's much more enjoyable to do without an excess amount of bags. Leave your suitcase, backpack, or bag with Bounce, and you can browse all the interesting shops easily.

Restaurants in Ronda

Tapas, paella, cold soups, and mouth-watering meats are the cornerstones of Ronda's food scene. Although much of the cuisine in town skews Spanish, you can also find Italian, American, and general Mediterranean dishes easily. Which one of these restaurants is ideal for your next Ronda meal?

Las Maravillas

Located on the Carrera Espinel shopping street, Las Maravillas is a casual eatery where the food speaks for itself (and they have decent prices). Experts at preparing both local and international dishes, you can sit down in the cozy restaurant for a burger, pasta, salad, poke bowl, or the ever-present tapas. It is Spain, after all. You should also consider a paella - the vegetable one is a particular favorite. Another tip for Las Maravillas is don't skip dessert. The mascarpone ice cream and the brownie with cinnamon are just the right amount of decadent.

Restaurante Tropicana

When you're craving Mediterranean food in Ronda, head to Restaurante Tropicana. The restaurant has a creative bar that offers craft cocktails and both Spanish and international wines. Expect colorful plates, fresh seafood, tender meats, and top-notch service. The setting is lovely, with stone walls, wood tables, and vibrant tiles. The atmosphere here is still casual, but definitely the upper end of casual.

Il Forno a Legna

If it's possible to have your fill of Spanish food and you want something a little different, visit Il Forno a Legna, a charming Italian restaurant in Ronda. The pizzas are properly cooked in a wood-fired oven, the pasta is fresh, and the wine is always flowing. This is another casual, family-owned spot that focuses on fresh ingredients and popular dishes that keep customers coming back. They do calzones, meat and fish entrées, and risotto as well. You better have a big appetite when you order here!

Conclusion

Ronda is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to exploring Spain. Hop on the train from Ronda train station and head to places like Malaga, Marbella, and Seville, where you'll also find Bounce luggage storage service locations to keep your bags secure.

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