Dona Felisa Winery, Ronda

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Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
Breathe in the fragrances, admire the vineyards, and learn about winemaking at Dona Felisa Winery. Nestled among the lush rolling hills near the ancient Roman city of Acinipo, this small family-owned winery was founded in 1999. Start your visit with a tour of the vineyards, and finish it by sampling four delicious wines over a plate of homemade tapas. Your most-likely host will be the charming granddaughter of the founders accompanied by her little dog. Take a look at our Ronda trip planner to schedule your visit to Dona Felisa Winery and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • A group of 3 friends and I went down to Ronda to celebrate a birthday, and we were so happy to find Bodega Dona Felisa. When we arrived, we met Gema, who was incredibly personable, knowledgeable, and....  more »
  • We called the winery in the morning and got a tour that afternoon! The tour was wonderful and our guide, Gema was very knowledgeable and answered all of our questions. After the tour, we got a...  more »
  • Doña Felisa is a excelent place to visit, the owners are very nice. You’ll have a experience with the wide variety of excelent wines. Gema, José María and their family will attend you with the...  more »
  • The tour was thorough and informative. We tasted the grapes and the wine. The tapas were delicious. It was very enjoyable. The location is a little out of the way but worth it.
  • Very beautiful area. Great wine and very good pairing with delicious food. The published menu is real. You get all the food listed and plenty. Emma is great tour lead explaining the wine making process. Beautiful place but hard to find (for me). Advice use google map not Apple map. Do not be surprise, there unpaved road you will drive to get to the place. Nice country area to drive.
  • Beautiful winery and a great place to visit when doing an adventure in the costa del sol. You must reserve in advance. The wine is lovely, especially the moscatel desert wine. And their very cute dog Tinto followed us everywhere and cleaned up all the grapes on the ground. There is maybe 3-5km of gravel road on the way to the winery which is pretty rough, so just be prepared to drive slow. Buzz in at the gate when you get there. If you can’t make it to the Ronda area, there are also many places carrying the Chinchilla “local” wines in the costa del sol. We had them both in Benalmádena and Malaga.
  • Small privately runs wine yard. High standard. Very good quality wines at reasonable prices.
  • What a great bodega to visit !!! We visited on a quiet day, and got a personal tour from Julia. She was good at explaning the process of winemaking and their philosophy in English. We ended the tour with tapas and wine tasting on the patio. The drive there is very scenic, and the bodega is easy to find and signed well.

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