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Just 14km outside Ronda lies the ancient ruined Roman city of Acinipo with its impressive ampitheatre and views of the surrounding countryside.
In the heart of Ronda, leading down 231 steps carved in the living rock there exists a mine previously used in Moorish times as the only source of water for the town. These days the water mine and fortress can be seen by visitors.
Explore ancient cave paintings from the paleolithic and neolithic eras near Ronda, in the Pileta Caves just outside the white village of Benaojan
A reader asks about a day trip from Granada to Ronda for the Cueva de la Pileta and sightseeing. We help with train times, taxis, and other advice.
Ronda’s old medieval walls and city gates are a source of endless speculation to visitors who often can’t quite figure out how the walls fitted together. We’ve put it all together so you don’t need to.
Plaza del Socorro is the modern political centre of Ronda, it was here that Blas Infante showed off the Andalusian flag and coat of arms for the first time.
Ronda’s Arab Baths officially reopened after extensive renovations to the gardens and part of the structure to allow for disabled access to all parts of the building
The RMR launches a photo contest on Flickr to find the best images of the Plaza de Toros to celebrate the 225th anniversary of its construction.
Ronda’s first new gate since the 18th century is installed today, made by students from the Employment Workshop
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.