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Cheap coach tickets from Seville to Ronda

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The best way to find a cheap coach ticket from Seville to Ronda is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid travelling at rush hour.

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Bus timetableSeville to Ronda

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Sevilla, Estación de Autobuses (Plaza de Armas)
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101 km

Of the 3 buses that leave Seville for Ronda every day 3 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

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Overview: Coach from Seville to Ronda

distanceDistance63 miles
durationAverage coach duration2 h
priceAverage coach ticket price£13 (€14)
frequencyCoach frequency2 a day
changesDirect coachYes, there are 2 direct coaches a day
carriersCoach companiesDamas or BlaBlaCar

Coaches from Seville to Ronda cover the 63 miles long route taking on average 2 h with our travel partners like Damas or BlaBlaCar. Normally, there are 2 coaches operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around £13, you can find the cheapest coach ticket for as low as £13. Travellers depart most frequently from Sevilla, Estación de Autobuses (Plaza de Armas) and arrive in Ronda, Estación de Autobuses.

Seville to Ronda Coach

Although Seville is very well known among travellers, Ronda is more of a hidden gem that's yet to see the typical influx of tourists that many Spanish towns attract. Because of this, limited buses run between these destinations. The Seville to Ronda coach is a comfortable and affordable way to travel between the cities and a preferred choice for those that do make the trip. There are a couple of services every day, operated by the same company, Damas. The bus schedule from Seville to Ronda is consistent throughout the week, with the same number of routes on Saturdays and Sundays as there are during the work week. All of the services operating are direct routes between Seville Plaza de Armas to Ronda Bus Station.

Seville to Ronda Bus Times: Daily Departures

Because Ronda isn't as well-known as many other towns and cities in Spain, there are less frequent routes between these cities, but there are a couple of trips every day. Unlike many other bus routes, tickets for these are typically only available the week of travel. All Seville to Ronda coaches are operated by the same company and all run along the same route with no stopovers along the way. The first trip in the morning is usually around 9:00 a.m. and the last departure in the evening is around 6:30 p.m. There are typically four buses a day and two carpooling services, with around 28 coaches a week. The best way to see the daily bus schedule is to choose your departure and arrival points at the top of this page, select your travel dates, and click on the search button. The results will be displayed on a single page and you'll have the ability to search according to price and duration, among other things.

How long is the journey in bus from Seville to Ronda?

Because every bus to Ronda from Seville is operated by the same company and runs along the same route, you can expect your travel time to be similar regardless of the time you depart. The times vary by about 50 minutes depending on traffic throughout the day but tend to take less time than scheduled. The fastest route is usually the coach leaving around 6:30 p.m. when traffic is at its best, and the travel time for this service is close to 2 hours. The longest journey is usually the first one in the morning that leaves around 9:00 a.m. when traffic is at its heaviest. The time to get to Ronda on this bus is closer to 3 hours. The time for the other routes throughout the day varies between 2h 15min and 2h 30min.

Seville: city skyline of the Old Quarter.

Seville: city skyline of the Old Quarter. Source: Shutterstock

Where do Seville to Ronda coaches depart and arrive?

Every bus Seville Ronda departs from the same station and arrives at the same station. The departure point for these routes is the Seville Plaza de Armas Bus Station, which is the major international coach terminus serving the city and the calling point for almost all buses coming in and out of the city. It's situated along one of the main avenues of the city centre and within walking distance of many of the main attractions in the city. It's well connected to the rest of Seville via buses and taxis.

Services running between these cities along this route will always be a bus from Seville to Ronda Bus Station, which is located a short distance from the city centre, about a 15-minute walk. This terminus is Ronda's busiest transport hub and home to minimal facilities. The station is quite old and parts of it don't look like a station. If you're looking for the ticketing offices, they're located in the block of flats in front of the terminus.

What are the bus stops when arriving in Ronda?

All of these routes are direct trips between the two destinations, there aren't any additional stops along the way. There may be unscheduled stops en route if the driver needs something or passengers need food, but there usually aren't any. The only stop in the city will be the arrival station, located at Plaza Concepción García Redondo, directly in front of the roundabout. This is about a 15-minute walk from the city centre and connected to the rest of the city through buses and taxis.

What to see between Seville and Ronda?

Since these are all direct journeys, there isn't an opportunity to hop out and explore other parts of the country before hopping on a later bus to Ronda. There are a couple of things worth seeing along the way and worth taking note of in case you want to visit at a later stage. One of the first things you'll see en route is the Hacienda Los Angeles Sevilla event venue, just before catching a glimpse of the beautiful Castillo de Alcala de Guadaira. A little further down the way, you might also be able to see another castle, Castillo de Marchenilla on the way to La Romera. As you draw closer to Algamites, you'll make your way past the Mirador Algamitas tourist attraction. Further down the road, as you're approaching Barriada Bellavista, you'll bypass Alora, which is home to another castle worth checking out, Castillo de Alora. One of the last things you'll catch sight of before heading into Ronda city centre is the Torre del Cerro Atalaya observation deck.

Information on Ronda Bus Station

Ronda Station is the major international terminus operating in the city and a point of call for most services running in and out of the city. It's an old station that's stood for many years and doesn't have many facilities. It is, however, within walking distance of the city centre, where you'll find a variety of shops, restaurants, cafes, shopping centres, and more. The location of the station is Plaza Concepción García Redondo, which is directly before the roundabout and located behind the block of flats where you'll find the ticket office.

Damas Seville to Ronda Coach

Damas is the only bus company operating a bus Seville - Ronda and provides this service on a regular schedule every day of the week. The first bus departs from Seville Plaza de Armas Bus Station at around 9:00 a.m. every day and the last bus of the day leaves around 6:30 p.m. There are at least four services a day and they run on a consistent schedule throughout the week. The two buses in between the first and the last usually leave around 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. respectively. The fastest route is usually the last of the day and the first coach typically has the longest travel time. Since all the routes are operated by the same company and run along the same routes, the Seville to Ronda bus price is the same throughout the week.

Buses Seville to Ronda: Sustainable Travel

If you speak to climate activists about your carbon footprint, many of them will suggest that one of the best ways to reduce your CO2 emissions is to use more sustainable means of travel. Buses are considerably more eco-friendly than planes or cars. They require a lot less energy and fuel than planes do, and the efficient use of space on buses means more people can travel on a single journey than in cars, which means fewer emissions per traveller. There is also a massive drive with bus companies at the moment to use updated technology and conserve fuel and energy, with many solar-powered and electric buses being introduced onto the scene in countries like France. This is likely to impact the rest of Europe soon.

Bus Seville to Ronda: Services on Board

All of these routes are operated by the same provider, with the same onboard services on all buses.

  • There are no different ticket classes available on Damas buses. Everyone gets the same type of seat.
  • Your luggage allowance will be about 23 kg and you can take two bags plus a carry-on bag that fits on your lap.
  • There is no food served on the Damas buses, so you'll have to pack your own refreshments. Bear in mind, that hot food isn't allowed on the bus.
  • Pet travel is forbidden on these coaches. If you have a guide dog, contact the company ahead of time to ensure you're able to board the service.
  • Foldable bicycles can be transported if they fit in the luggage compartment. There is no space for non-foldable bicycles.
  • Help with accessible travel is available, provided to contact the bus company a few days in advance to arrange the assistance you need. There typically aren't services for the hearing or vision impaired.
  • Seat reservation isn't available on these routes.

When to book your bus tickets from Seville to Ronda?

There are several ways to ensure you find the cheapest bus ticket from Seville to Ronda. To start with, try and book your trip as far in advance as possible, last minute tickets tend to be more expensive than others. Damas sometimes offers special deals on different days, so search with flexible dates in mind to make sure you find the available deals. If you're travelling as a student and have a student card, some of these services come with a discount. If you're a senior citizen, make sure to look out for discounts that apply to you. Since these routes are all the same and operated by the same company, it generally doesn't make a difference which day you book your tickets for. There are sometimes carpooling services offered by BlaBlaCar along these routes, which can sometimes be cheaper. Check the daily departures page to make sure when booking. Carpooling comes with a limited baggage allowance though, so be careful.

To Ronda by Bus: Travel Tips

If you haven't spent time exploring Seville before heading to Ronda, take a look at this Seville Window Seat guide on things to do and some tips and tricks to boot.

Ronda is referred to as the hidden gem of Andalusia by the few that know the city and there are no other cities like it in Spain. The combination of the dramatic cliff-edge views and the charm of traditional Spanish towns is something that'll keep you coming back for more. Ronda is a historic hilltop city built across the El Tajo gorge in Malaga, Spain and is two halves connected by the well-known landmark of the city, the Puente Nuevo bridge. The bridge is the most famous thing about the city but it's not even close to being the only drawing factor. This romantic town boasts sensational views over the countryside of Andalusia, with a mountainous backdrop amid parks and promenades. Here are a few of the things worth seeing while you're in this charming city:

  • Ronda’s epic Puente Nuevo Bridge
  • The stately bullring
  • Paseo de Ernest Hemingway
  • Visit the fortified gate, Puerta de Almocábar
  • The historical church, Iglesia de Santa María La Mayor
  • Alameda del Tajo
  • Check out the local wineries
  • Soak it up in the Arab Baths

Ronda: old town cityscape.

Ronda: old town cityscape. Source: Shutterstock

What are the other cities you can go to from Ronda?

Although the city isn't very well known, it is a favourite among many locals, so it's connected to a few of the major cities in the country by bus. One of the most popular routes is from Ronda to Malaga, which happens every day and takes close to 2h 30min to make the trip. Granada is another sought-out destination when travelling from Ronda, and usually takes as little as 1h 50min to cover the distance between the cities. If you want to visit the historical old town of Cordoba, which is a World Heritage Site, you can do so in around 1h 30min.

FAQs: Seville to Ronda coach

FAQs: Take the bus from Seville to Ronda with ease. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have the information you need to know so you can find the best option from Seville to Ronda.
Cheap coach tickets from Seville to Ronda can start from as little as £13 when you book in advance. The average coach ticket price for Seville to Ronda is £13; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
The coach time to Ronda from Seville is on average 2 h   for the 63 mile long journey, but the time it takes to go to Ronda from Seville by coach can vary depending on specific dates or if traveling on weekends and holidays.
The first coach from Seville to Ronda leaves at 07: 00. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
The last coach from Seville to Ronda leaves at 17: 30.
Yes, it is possible to travel from Seville to Ronda without having to change trains with Damas. There are 2 direct coaches from Seville to Ronda each day. There may be fewer direct services available on weekends or holidays.
For the route from Seville to Ronda you can take a coach with Damas or BlaBlaCar. Be sure to check out all possible coach companies that offer services between Seville and Ronda on Omio to compare what amenities they may have.

Passengers board the coach most frequently from Sevilla, Estación de Autobuses (Plaza de Armas), which is located around 3.1 miles (5 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the coach at Ronda, Estación de Autobuses, located 0.4 miles (732 m) away from the city centre.

The cheapest month for a coach from Seville to Ronda is June.
It's helpful to compare your options as there are 2 ways to travel to Ronda from Seville including taking a train or coach.

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