Set within the scenic Ronda Mountains, the Hotel Hacienda La Herriza provides guests with a relaxing view all around. The hotel is just outside of the village Gaucin at the little village of El Colmenar, which is itself just a short distance away from Ronda or the Costa del Sol and its beautiful beaches.
Relaxation is easily attained in this hotel all rooms have terraces idea for soaking up the scenery of the area, especially as the grounds are well-kept. The area is know for its outstanding natural beauty and pristine condition.
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The Apartamentos La Colegiata de Ronda. are self catered holiday apartments for guests who want the convenience of check-in and check-out with the privacy that comes from your own apartment, ideal for visitors needing a home away from home or an extended stay in Ronda.
The apartments are located in Plaza Duquesa de Parcent, the geographical centre of Ronda’s Moorish quarter and are within a 19th century building that has been recently renovated. Its current design mirrors the traditional Andalusian architectural style with wrought-iron windows and hardwood floors.
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Tourists can find the cozy Hotel Arunda II near the bus station in Ronda. Its location makes it a convenient jumping-off point for tourists visiting Ronda but needing to be close to the buses and trains. Ronda is not a big city so walking to the main attractions is straightforward, simply continue down the street until you reach the main shopping arcade then turn right. In 10 minutes or less you’ll be at the Plaza de Toros.
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Ronda’s Hotel Don Benito is a four star hotel on the side of the highway leading from Ronda to Sevilla. A wonderful hotel positioned to cater for the needs of people who want a certain standard of lodging outside Ronda, and plan to explore by car so need easy access to local roads.
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The Hostal Virgen del Rocio in Calle Nuevo, the premier restaurant street near to Plaza de Espana, is one of Ronda’s better known hostals and offers a choice of twin or double room.
All 15 rooms in the Hostal Virgen del Rocío are equipped with their own private bathrooms, are fully air conditioned and heated, and come with personal televisions. Rooms are available in single, twin, and double formats.
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This is one of the walks most people want to do because of the Roman Aqueduct you see at the end of the walk, but is also one of the walks in Ronda rarely undertaken by visitors because very few people know the Roman aqueduct even exists, in fact Roman Ronda was a reality for nearly 700 years.
You’ll start the walk at the old entrance to Ronda, the Almocabar Gate which originally was used to reach the Muslim cemetery outside the city walls. In fact the plaza you walk across at the start is where the cemetery was. During the reconquest Spain’s Christian monarchs attacked Ronda from locations near the plaza. Continue reading Ronda Walk to Pilar de Cartajima and Roman Aqueduct
Botanical gardens around the world are often a must-see visit while traveling, and Malaga’s La Concepcion Gardens are no different, though the gardens in Malaga have justifiably attracted a reputation for being amongst the best in Europe.
The gardens were founded in 1850 by Amalia Heredia Livermore and her husband Jorge Loring Oyarzabal who travelled the world in search of tropical plants for their garden, in the centre of which they built a traditional Andalucian palace replete with indoor courtyard.
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Malaga’s cruise ship terminal is one of the newest and fully featured in Spain, despite the 3000 years of operation of the port, and is located only a few hundred metres from the main pedestrianised part of the city centre.
At present the terminal is able to accommodate two ships at a time, though it isn’t uncommon to see as many as four cruise ships, two under anchor, and two berthed at the termninal gangways.
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