Situated on the same street as Ronda’s stately 18th-century bullring, Caireless is packed from floor to ceiling with all manner of touristy goods. From T-shirts that say you’ve been to Ronda to flamenco figurines and fans, this is the place to come if you want a lighthearted gift or memento of your visit.
8 Calle Virgen de las Paz, Ronda, Spain, +34 952 87 21 87
The excellent Artesania Medina gift shops are found all over Spain, and Ronda’s is situated over the road from Caireless. Visitors here love the brightly painted flamenco fans and the quirky bags, as well as the competitive prices. Friendly staff are always on hand to help you with your purchase.
22 Carrera Espinel, Ronda, Spain, +34 952 87 21 87
Another treasure trove of gifts and souvenirs, Viuda de Cipriano can be found just across the Plaza de Toros in the most lively part of town. This is the place to come if you’re after something a little bit different, such as a black and white photo of Ernest Hemingway – who spent time here in the 1960s – with the town’s famous bullfighters.
18 Carrera Espinel, Ronda, Spain, 34 952 87 22 98
Jamoneria Berrocal is hard to beat if you’re after a consumable souvenir such as wine or some of Spain’s world-famous cured jamon (ham). After all, the countryside around Ronda has been used for wine making since Roman times, so what better way to remember your visit here than by taking home a bottle of the local tipple?
112 Carrera Espinel, Ronda, Spain, +34 952 87 47 92