The distance from the scenic mountainside town of Ronda to the city of Jerez de la Frontera is about 72 miles (116 km). The most comfortable way to get from Ronda to Jerez is by hiring a private transfer or driving a rental car—a quick and straightforward trip of 1.5 hours.
There is no direct train from Ronda to Jerez, and buses run infrequently on this route. Ronda does not have an airport.
Ronda and the White Villages are a must-see for lovers of great views, while Jerez is a fabulous place for wine enthusiasts. Take in both of these cities, plus Malaga and Cadiz, with this eight-day itinerary.
By Rental Car or Private Transfer
Duration: 1.5 hours, more with stops
Private transfers can be booked from Ronda to Jerez. There is also the possibility of renting a car. Note that Ronda is quite a small town, without much presence from the major car rental companies; Malaga, Jerez, or Seville are better places to pick up or drop off your car.
Getting from Ronda to Jerez is an easy drive, without tolls. Along the way, you will skirt the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, allowing for some great mountain views. The road is narrow, but generally not too steep; still, you should exercise caution when driving.
Duration: 2.5 hours
TG Comes operates a few buses from Ronda to Jerez each day—usually one in the morning, and one in the afternoon. Although this route is rarely crowded, because there are so few buses it is wise to book in advance.
Buses are generally comfortable, with WiFi and air conditioning sometimes offered on board. The bus makes a few stops along the way, but you will get to enjoy some attractive views.
The bus station in Ronda is near the Plaza Concepcion Garcia Redondo, along Avenida Andalucia. Note that there is a small fee to use the toilet at the bus station. There is a large supermarket not far from the station, if you would like to buy snacks for your journey.