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Ronda city is one of the most picturesque destinations in Spain, and the third most visited city in Andalucía. Popular sites to see are the Puente Nuevo bridge, the Plaza de Toros Bullring, Ronda’s cathedral, the historic Arab Baths, and much more.
A gentle walk of around 2 hours from the industrial area of Ronda into a lovely countryside road with lots of stables and then finishing in a pine forest close to the city
One of Ronda’s more popular short walks takes you to the ancient cave church, the Virgen de la Cabeza from where spectacular views of Ronda can be seen
Enjoy a light walk to Pilar de Cartejima, a fresh water drinking fountain, and the Roman Aquaduct outside Ronda. Watch our video of the walk.
Ronda’s first new gate since the 18th century is installed today, made by students from the Employment Workshop
Magnificent limestone mountains, pine and chestnut forests, birdwatching, caving, and nature walks. Juzcar in the Alto Genal Valley is a nature lovers paradise.
The sleepy hamlet of Juzcar through the ages from Bronze age people to the 20th century, including Moorish rebellions, and the peninsula war.
The Nasrid Kingdom of Granada was the last Muslim kingdom in Iberia, and whilst weak, survived until the late 15th century.
Ronda’s first church built after the reconquest of the city by Ferdinand and Isabella, and on the foundations of a Moorish castle.
Exactly when the Arab Baths were built is still a mystery, perhaps during the reign of Abomelik, perhaps earlier.
One of the largest and oldest bullrings in the world, the Ronda bullring is famous for the Romero and Ordoñez dynasties and the museum to bullfighting.