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One of Ronda’s biggest annual events, the Corrida Goyesca in its 54th year. 2010 saw less fans than in previous years, though the Goyesca outfits still impressed.
The Pedro Romero Feria 2010 kicks off with a fun parade through the city streets and as always, the Damas Goyescas steal the show with their spectacular gowns.
A short but very enjoyable walk from the station at Benaojan to the Cueva del Gato with Tony Bishop, author of a new walking guide “Walking in the Ronda Mountains: 30 half-day walks in Andalucia”
Spain wins their semi-final game against Germany, and Ronda celebrates in style, taking to the streets for an impromptu party
A delightful, easy going walk to the beautiful Tajo del Abanico, where the bandit scenes from Bizet’s Carmen were filmed, though the area is better known for its wildflowers
A day trip from Ronda to Fuente de Piedra with the Andalucia Bird Society to see greater flamingo and other birds
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.
Rondeña Ángeles Vela Moreno is hoping her new song “Tan Lejos de Ti” will give her a winning chance at Eurovision 2010