vergeside1This Day Tour in the Serrania de Ronda and Sierra de Grazalema is a must for lovers of  Wild Flowers and Orchids. Serrania de Ronda and Sierra de Grazalema are two mountainous regions in the center of Andalucia, the most Southern province of Spain.


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An area of great natural diversity

broad-leafed-irisIf you love scenery, wild flowers and orchids or just like to stroll amidst nature’s wonders, then this  "Walking in Flowers - Day Tour" is an opportunity to treat yourself to a great day out! Accompanied by a local guide you will visit areas unlikely to be found on your own. There is no substitute for local knowledge and conditions, so you will be able to find those elusive wild  flower and orchid species and at the same time be surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery that Spain has to offer. With a plant list of almost 2000 species, the area is incredibly diverse. Limestone, sedimentary and sandy soils make for a spectacular array of plant life. The two main parks around the centrally located town of Ronda exceed 150,000 hectares of wild space with both parks enjoying the status of UNESCO Biosphere reserves. The pace of these "Walking in Flowers -Day Tours" are relaxed and designed to introduce the visitor to the natural wonders of this truly beautiful part of Spain. Your guide Brenda has begun a pictorial blog on the 'Flowers of Andalucia'. It is a work still very much in progress, but has already produced an interesting variety of images and these have been arranged in families of our plant life. To view this facility and reference, please follow this LINK

Price details Day - Tour:


clematis-flammula0Tour dates:

Every day, 7 days a week, all year round

Tour times:

From 10.00 am to 16.00 pm. Longer hours by arrangement.

Price 2016:

75 Euros p.p. (minimum 2 persons or equivalent price 150 euros)


Free collection from your accommodation in the Ronda area (15km radius), transport.


Costs for lunch and drinks. Meal time stop over at a "local" Restaurant.

Tour party:

Minimum 2, maximum 4 persons. Larger groups by prior arrangements

conical-orchid2Why choose a day trip with Spanish Nature?
  • A highly personalised guided tour with a guide who enjoys the subject as much as you.
  • Through experienced guide, go straight to where the flowers are, no wasted time!
  • Limited numbers of clients each day gives you the attention of the guide.
  • Expert or beginners welcomed.
  • Stopovers in any of the villages by majority consent!
  • Extra time added where requested by the majority of those on tour.
Plus... We treat you as friends sharing a common interest.



For Bookings you can contact us or by telephone: +34 616 891 359 -
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linaria-tristisWild Flowers and Orchids Species List.

We have compiled a wild plant list for the area and although this is being continually updated, the list will provide an idea of what you can find and, we hope, wet your appetite sufficiently to encourage your visit to one of Spain's most botanically rich Sierras.

Brenda's Pictorial Plantlife Blog, please click here


To view some of the plants in this astonishing area, please click here.



If  you need accommodation in the area follow this link



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