A must see place in Ronda. The gorge is a beautiful view. Different than in New England, where we are from. A more arid climate and less rising water.
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We went on a day trip from Malaga with Viator. The journey itself was comfortable and we were introduced to the old town by a well informed guide. Lots to see, and well worth the price. HOWEVER ... there are some caveats: we left Malaga...More
We visited Ronda on a Tui excursion, had a informative guided tour, wine tasting and Tapas. Its amazing to see the architecture of the town and the amazing bridge, there's a path down the hillside which gives a fantastic and ideal photo stop.
A staggering acheivement to build a bridge in this location and full of history, joining the old and new towns. It is hard to photograph without holding your camera/phone at arms length over the precipice. I suspect there are a few cameras at the bottom...More
We just started walking along this lovely plaza and found ourselves on the edge looking out - fantastic!
The city of Ronda is built on either side of this gorge. It was carved by the Guadalevin River and is approximately 500 meters long and 100 meters deep, with a width of 50 meters.
This is a great piece of engineering, with wide views of the country side and a great ravine below. The small town around the bridge is also worth a look, well preserved old buildings down narrow streets.
If you visit Andalusia, then Rhonda is a must. It has a charm and a history one can only find in this part of Spain. Make a day of it, maybe two.
You won't be the onlyone visiting Ronda, no matter what day. But the bullring is quite charming and the views fron the 'puente nuevo' and the old brigde are impressive. Get off the main street and there will be less tourists. Climbing down all the...More
Ronda is a beautiful town to visit with winding old streets and traditional architecture but what makes it more special is the El Tago. You can look out from the top over the mountains or make the trek down half way to see the waterfall...More