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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.
One of Ronda’s most popular churches, Padre Jesús has a beautiful gothic bell tower and is next to Ocho Caños.
Ronda is quite central to most of the major tourist highlights of Andalucia, almost all of the main tourist sites can be reached within a 2 hour drive.
For a small city, Ronda is certainly well served by museums. We take a quick look at all the museums in this roundup.
Plaza de Socorro with it’s wonderful parish chuch, water fountain with lions, and the casino building where Blas Infante opened the first Andalusian assembly.
The biggest church in Ronda, not quite a cathedral, but close. Santa Maria is also home to many of the Semana Santa icons.
The El Tajo gorge divides Ronda in two, and at nearly 200m at it’s deepest, only the tall Puente Nuevo bridge was ever going to stand the tests of time and make it possible for people to cross.
Puente Nuevo (new bridge) museum and lookout, one of the highlights of visiting Ronda, and one of Spain’s most photographed manmade landmarks.
The Almocabar Gate used to be one of the main entrances to Ronda’s walled city. It was here that Ferdinand’s army finally crushed the Moors in 1485.
Run by the Descalzos nuns, the church of mercy also contains a holy relic, the incorrupt hand of St Teresa of Avila