The Best Cafés and Coffeehouses in Ronda

Ronda, Spain Joonas Lyytinen/WikiCommons
Ronda, Spain Joonas Lyytinen/WikiCommons
Mark Nayler

Ronda is home to a number of fantastic cafés, offering everything from fresh fruit juice and decadent hot chocolate, to homemade cakes and sweet treats. Read on for our pick of the best cafés and coffeehouses in this beautiful Spanish town.

1. Granier

Cafe, Spanish


Offering a good selection of cakes and pastries and serving a superb cup of coffee, Granier is a great spot for breakfast or merienda. The bread is freshly baked each morning and there’s a varied sandwich menu if you’re stopping by for a light lunch whilst sightseeing. Clients also rate the price-quality relationship.

2. La Bicicleta Café

Cafe, Spanish


For some of the friendliest service in Ronda, head to La Bicicleta, a quirky and imaginatively decorated hangout in Ronda‘s “new” part of town on the northern side of El Tajo. Everything here is lovingly homemade, with the crepes, waffles and tarts singled out for praise almost as much as the charming waiting staff.

3. Hotel Don Miguel

Bar, Hotel Restaurant, Restaurant, Spanish

The terraces of Hotel Don Miguel
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Though not technically a café, Hotel Don Miguel nevertheless deserves to feature here because it is the most spectacularly-appointed place in Ronda to enjoy a coffee. Its stunning outside terraces cling to the side of the El Tajo gorge and offer an incomparable perspective on the mighty Puente Nuevo. Please note that the opening hours shown below are approximate.

4. Tu Rincón Dulce

Cafe, Spanish


“Your Sweet Corner” does exactly what its name suggests: provides a delicious range of sweet treats such as tarts, pastries and homemade cakes, along with teas, coffee and juices. Particularly popular are the hot chocolate and the ice cream, both of which can be savoured in a modern and light-filled interior. A must-visit if you’re a fan of the merienda.

5. La Sastrería

Cafe, Spanish

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The funky and retro La Sastrería is a popular breakfast and merienda spot for both locals and visitors alike. Customers here rate the coffee and the tostadas (the open toasties that are a breakfast staple in Spain) for the first meal of the day, whilst the choice of crepes and waffles make Sastrería just as viable an option for a late afternoon refuel.

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