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Planning 3 days in Ronda and the white villages

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I have planned 3 days in the Ronda region, on day 1, I plan to arrive early in the morning by bus from Seville, and on day 3, I plan to leave by the 4.30 PM train to Cordoba.
1. Now, is it easy to find rental cars in Ronda? I would prefer renting in Ronda itself and driving around the area so that I dont have to come back to Seville to return the car. I can see that there is an agency (http://www.rondarentacar.com/Ronda_Rent_a_Car/Tarifas.html) , but do they always have cars available, that too of choice, basically, are they reliable enough?

a. Alternatively, I see that renting from Seville is actually pretty cheap. And several of the villages are actually on the way. So I could stop on the way as well. But then I'm concerned about parking in Ronda. I found a place not too far away( Albergue Los Molinos), but I really would like to stay in the village itself.
Also, is parking easy to find in and around the villages?

b. Can I completely avoid getting a car, my main interests are Zahara del Sierra, Gazalema and Olvera.

2. How much time do I really need in Ronda: I would like to walk around take in the views, is about 4-5 hours good enough?

3. Villages to see: I'm mainly interested in nice landscapes and white washed villages with good views. Are the villages Zahara del Sierra, Gazalema and Olvera good enough, maybe Villaluenga del Rosario.

Thanks a lot.

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