Ronda sights

Ronda is a city in the outback of Andalusia that you may not miss out on your trip. Not only the city itself is wonderful and worth a visit, but also the road is breathtakingly beautiful. Ronda is famous to his Puente Nuevo, the bridge over the 120 meter deep ravine of de Tajo, built in the 18th century. During the 42-year-long construction period the room under the main arch was once used as a prison. Also beautiful: the view from the bridge over the splendid landscape of Andalusia.

The other attraction in Ronda is the Plaza De Toros, bull fighting arena from 1785 and one of the oldest arenas Spain of bullfights are still held.

Also nice is the Santa Maria la Mayor, a church of which the only remains is a minaret, built in the 13th century. he old town of Ronda has a large open-air museum which is well worth strolling through. Enjoy a lunch in one of the many authentic ' tapas ' bar

There are many natural parks in the vicinity and the way to San Pedro de Alcantara and Marbella on the coast gives stunning views of the mountains and the shore of the Costa del Sol.

Things to do in the surroundings of Ronda

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