Andalusians have a reputation for being passionate, and according to award-winning flamenco dancer Sara Baras from Cádiz, passion is "the most important thing in flamenco". You don't have to understand Spanish to be able to appreciate this Andalusian art form. Flamenco shows are generally intimate, close-to-the-stage affairs. As the lights dim and the guitarist plucks the introduction, there's the click of heels and fingers, a swish of skirt, the song begins, and the raw emotion in the singer's voice will make your hairs stand on end.
If you're into adventure sports, like staying active during your holiday, or want to do something exciting with the whole family, there's plenty to do in and around Ronda, Andalucía. We've got mountains and caves, deep gorges, rivers and lakes, and the coast is just over an hour's drive away, so there truly is an outdoor activity for everyone. Here are some fun ideas for things to do, should you feel inclined to stray further than the swimming pool.