Well, slowly but surely all the bars and restaurants are reopening in Ronda, Grazalema and the area around the Caminito del Rey.
Many hotels are already taking bookings as well. However, it does seem that Ronda is lagging behind a little in this respect. Let’s hope it catches up soon.
The state of alarm declared here in Spain due to the outbreak of Covid-19 will be lifted on the 21st of June 2020.
This means that this “new normality” that everyone has been talking about will be a reality. What exactly does it mean? Who knows to be honest. Hopefully it will mean that the quality of establishements will be better than ever. Providing a clean and safe environment to sample those Spanish tapas or wallowing in the jacuzzi of your favorite hotel.
Whats new on the websites?
Heres the latest article over at Ronda Today if you fancy a horseriding holiday in this stunning area of Western Andalucia.
The Caminito del Rey is up and running and there are virtually no spaces left aaccording to the official online booking system. Have a look here for some alternative ways to get an entry ticket
The Spanish version Event Calendar is developing nicely. All the basic village and town information articles are written and published and there are now 41 villages on the new pages.
A few events have been published For some villages and I expect this to increase a lot with the lockdown lifted and more freedom to move around.
That said, pretty much every summer feria and romería has been cancelled for this year. So this August will be a quiet one without the usual fun fairs, dodgems and deafening concerts untill the early morning sun rises. 🙂
You can see the event calendar website here. Its all in Spanish so good practice for your language skills. 🙂
Wildside Holidays is also doing pretty well of late! I am seeing traffic increasing and hopefully the businesses running wildlife holidays in Spain will benefit a little from this project.
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So, theres more happening in my neck of the woods than just the bars and restaurants are reopening!
Happy travels and stay safe!