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Ronda

Perched on an inland plateau, Ronda is a Spanish marvel, sliced by a dramatic gorge that offers a story as deep as its cliffs are high. Read more

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Ronda, a mountaintop city in Spain's Malaga province, is dramatically set above a deep gorge called El Tajo, which separates the city’s 15th-century new town from its old town, dating to Moorish rule. This gorge is spanned by the impressive Puente Nuevo, a bridge offering breathtaking views and a glimpse into Ronda’s soul. The city is known as the birthplace of modern bullfighting, celebrated annually at the Feria Goyesca. Artists and writers have been drawn to Ronda, seeking inspiration in its spectacular setting and the renowned clarity of the light. The city’s old town, La Ciudad, with its cobbled streets and whitewashed houses, exudes a quiet charm, while the surrounding countryside is a patchwork of vineyards, olive groves, and bull-breeding farms that reflect the city’s rich gastronomic culture.
Ronda's extraordinary location and rich history make it an unforgettable stop in the heart of Andalusia, where every viewpoint tells a tale, and every street echoes with the footsteps of the past.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Ronda

Puente Nuevo

The ‘New Bridge’ offers iconic views of the El Tajo gorge and is an architectural wonder dating back to the 18th century.

Plaza de Toros

One of the oldest bullrings in Spain, it is a significant landmark in Ronda and the world of bullfighting.

Baños Árabes

Among the best-preserved Moorish baths in Spain, these Arab Baths tell of Ronda’s rich Islamic past.

Palacio de Mondragón

A beautiful palace that once housed Moorish kings and the governors of the city, with lovely gardens and great views.

Cueva del Gato

A natural cave with a waterfall and pool that is popular for swimming during the hot summer months.

La Ciudad

Ronda's old Moorish town, with its historic buildings and winding streets, offers a journey back in time.

Jardines de Cuenca

Terraced gardens along the edge of the gorge, providing spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.

Museo Lara

A museum housing eclectic collections from witchcraft to classic Spanish fans and historical artifacts.

Acinipo

The ruins of the ancient Roman city known as “Ronda la Vieja” are a short drive away, showing a glimpse of life in Roman times.

Sierra de las Nieves National Park

Close to Ronda, this park offers excellent hiking opportunities and is home to diverse flora and fauna.

What else to visit
In and around Ronda

Marbella (35.55 km)

Marbella, located in the heart of the Costa del Sol in the province of Málaga, is one of the Mediterranean's most renowned and upscale resort cities.

Torremolinos (60.2 km)

Sun-kissed Torremolinos welcomes visitors with its shimmering beaches, vibrant nightlife, and nostalgic charm. Once a quiet fishing village, today it stands as a beloved Costa del Sol holiday destination, marrying Andalusian tradition with modern allure.

Antequera (61.67 km)

Nestled in the heart of Andalusia, Antequera stands as a silent witness to the bygone eras. Its streets echo with stories spanning from the Bronze Age to the present, inviting travelers to discover its rich heritage and tranquil beauty.

Málaga (64.74 km)

Framed by the shimmering Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by sun-drenched hills, Málaga is a radiant city full of Andalusian charm. The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, it is an artistic and cultural hub of Spain's vibrant Costa del Sol.

Málaga (65.35 km)

Málaga is a municipality of Spain, capital of the Province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. With a population of 578,460 in 2020, it is the second-most populous city in Andalusia and the sixth most populous in the country.

Tarifa (90.55 km)

Tarifa, located at the southernmost tip of Spain where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean, is a small but vibrant town in the province of Cádiz, Andalusia.

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