Berlanga Hotel Ronda

Hotel Restaurant Berlanga, Ronda *

The Hotel Berlanga is similar to a motorway rest stop, and fits this need perfectly being located close to Ronda’s industrial area. It is also close to the railway station and supermarkets, and a 10 minute walk will see you in Ronda’s main shopping street.

Visitors who are the target market for Hotel Berlanga are those with a tight budget but requiring the comfort, cleanliness and facilities of a central city hotel. Certainly the hotel is not a pension, and if you don’t mind a short walk (Ronda is a small city) you’ll have easy access to all of the city’s main attractions.

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Hotel Dehesilla, Benaojan, Sierra de Grazalema

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Parking in Ronda

Parking your Car in Ronda

Ronda can sometimes be a difficult little city to drive around  for the uninitiated, especially if you’ are driving a large SUV or motor home, and if you’re towing a caravan don’t even think about entering the city centre, instead park in one of the outlying streets and then walk into the centre.

Most hotels have their own parking and if not at the very least a temporary parking bay so that you can unload any luggage and the staff will then direct you to the nearest parking.

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The history of the kingdom of Granada

Ronda in the Kingdom of Granada

By the middle of the 13th century the Almohads had lost most of their former possessions in Iberia to Castile, all that remained in 1238 was the Kingdom of Granada, of which Ronda was now an important capital. The first Nasrid Sultans of Granada managed to halt the first reconquista of Ferdinand I by promising fealty to Castile, and historical evidence confirms that until 1480 an annual payment of gold was made to the treasury of Castile.

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Bullfighting in Ronda, Andalusia

Bullfighting in Ronda

The Ronda style as it is known originated by accident in Ronda’s Philip II’s Centre for Horsemanship when a gentleman training on horse was unseated in the path of a bull they used to train officers in horsemanship.

A local man, Francisco Romero distracted the bull on foot using his hat, thus securing both the life of the aristocrat, and inventing a new form of bullfighting perfected by his grandson, Pedro Romero (1754-1839).

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The Mondragon museum in Ronda

Museums of Ronda

Ronda’s museums are a delightful way to spend a few hours for both holiday makers and residents alike. Children will love the Lara Museum, while adults may prefer the museum of wine, and art aficionados will positively love the collection of Joaquin Peinado.

Ronda Municipal Museum
Located in the historic Mondragon Palace (Palacio de Mondragon), the Municipal Museum of Ronda details our city’s history from the stone age to the present time with some very well made exhibits such as the Pileta Cave reconstruction, the stone age hut, iron age technology including sword making, the Roman period with an important exhibit on Acinipo, Moorish Ronda including a detailed exhibit of Arab funeral rites, and a very interesting display on life in Ronda’s heyday, the 17th and 18th centuries.

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