In Spain, many convents earn a living by selling handmade sweets, pastries, and confections. The recipes have been passed down through the centuries with some dating back to the times of the Romans and Moors. However, with fewer nuns and the closing of many convents, this tradition is at risk of being lost. So, Where to buy convent sweets and pastries in Ronda?
One of the convents preserving this ancient tradition is the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Merced in Ronda. The convent has a small bakery where visitors can purchase unique and delicious “Convent Sweets” while also supporting the nuns financially.
Every day, many people visit the Nuestra Señora de la Merced church and take photographs. However, they often continue on to other popular tourist destinations in Ronda, such as the Alameda gardens, bullring and Puente Nuevo As a result, they may miss out on a fascinating and hidden corner of daily life in Ronda.Continue reading Where to buy convent sweets and pastries in Ronda?