The initial part of the Tajo de Ronda Gorge walk is currently under construction, with the intention of opening the section that stretches from the ‘Monolith House’ to the base of the Puente Nuevo de Ronda.
Once this section is finished, visitors will have the opportunity to access the base of the Puente Nuevo, and there will be two viewpoints along the cliffs.
Furthermore, it will be mandatory for participants to wear helmets during the walk, similar to another attraction of this kind, the Caminito del Rey. Additionally, there will be controlled access to prevent the unregulated activity that has been happening until now.
It can be assumed that there will be an entrance fee and the walkway will be managed by a private business once it is open to the public.
At the start of the tour, the control point is expected to be situated at the location of the old ruined house. Adjacent to this, construction is also underway for two viewpoints that will offer visitors a different perspective of the Tajo and the Puente Nuevo. Previously, this area was accessible to tourists but lacked safety measures.
The suspended walkway leads to the Arab baths
Meanwhile, the second phase of this project, approved by the Ministries of Culture and Environment, will connect the Puente Nuevo to the Arab Baths via a suspended walkway approximately three meters above the Guadalevín River.
We will keep this page updated on the progress of the works and the public opening of the Tajo de Ronda Gorge walk.
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