Roman Ruins of Acinipo - Setenil de las Bodegas
Hiking from"Ronda la Vieja", the old Ronda, is what they call the archaeological site of Acinipo, to Setenil de las Bodegas
We first visit the archaeological site, which perches on a ridge near Ronda. Due to its strategic location and the fertility of the surrounding farmland, Acinipo was an important city in Roman times. At almost 1000 meters above sea level, we can enjoy an incredibly impressive panoramic view around Acinipo.
From there we walk on country lanes through olive groves, farmland and small oak forests on a gently undulating and very easy to walk way to Setenil de las Bodegas.
The village of Setenil is famous for its unique wine cellar, which are carved in natural rocky outcrops in the middle of the town. We take the time to visit the cillage and enjoy a break with tapas or a lunch (optional and not included) before returning.
Easy - 10 km, linear, about 3 hours, plus about half an hour to visit the ruins of Acinipo.
Hiking boots sun and rain protection and plenty of water.
Pick up times:
between 16:30 and 17:00
Guide, insurance and transport to the starting point (Acinipo) and back (from Setenil).
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