OUR TOURIST GUIDE TO RONDA

Ronda is the third most visited city in Andalusia. We recommend visiting it when is not too hot since you need to walk through the city to get to know it in depth. Enjoy the unique landscape that “el tajo” offers, a spectacular cut on the rock that creates the gorge through which the Guadalevín river runs, visited every day by thousands of tourists.

MUST VISIT IN RONDA

The city is located near the natural space of Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, where you can enjoy its wonderful landscapes and leisure activities. There are always people coming and going but, still, it is a quiet place that maintains a special charm.

As for historical buildings, of course, the Mondragon Palace of Ronda stands out. It currently houses the Municipal Museum with a permanent collection on the history of the town and examples of Roman and Arab tombs. You can also visit the Palace Gardens that offer a beautiful view over the Old Town.

You cannot leave this municipality without seeing Puerta de Almocábar and the Arab walls or the Arab baths. In this city you can enjoy dozens of tourist activities, such as enjoying the views of the New Bridge, taking a walk through Alameda del Tajo and looking out the Balcón del Coño. Stroll around Ronda, go down all the steps of Casa del Rey Moro and even jump down from Puente Nuevo by zip line.

A very popular festivity is the Pedro Romero Fair and Festivals that takes places during the last days of August and the first days of September, where you can enjoy the lanterns and bars on the street. Another Ronda festivity takes place in January, specifically on the 24th: la Fiesta de la Virgen de la Paz, patron saint of Ronda.

OUR TOURIST GUIDE TO RONDA

Ronda is the third most visited city in Andalusia. We recommend visiting it when is not too hot since you need to walk through the city to get to know it in depth. Enjoy the unique landscape that “el tajo” offers, a spectacular cut on the rock that creates the gorge through which the Guadalevín river runs, visited every day by thousands of tourists.

MUST VISIT IN RONDA

The city is located near the natural space of Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, where you can enjoy its wonderful landscapes and leisure activities. There are always people coming and going but, still, it is a quiet place that maintains a special charm.

As for historical buildings, of course, the Mondragon Palace of Ronda stands out. It currently houses the Municipal Museum with a permanent collection on the history of the town and examples of Roman and Arab tombs. You can also visit the Palace Gardens that offer a beautiful view over the Old Town.

You cannot leave this municipality without seeing Puerta de Almocábar and the Arab walls or the Arab baths. In this city you can enjoy dozens of tourist activities, such as enjoying the views of the New Bridge, taking a walk through Alameda del Tajo and looking out the Balcón del Coño. Stroll around Ronda, go down all the steps of Casa del Rey Moro and even jump down from Puente Nuevo by zip line.

A very popular festivity is the Pedro Romero Fair and Festivals that takes places during the last days of August and the first days of September, where you can enjoy the lanterns and bars on the street. Another Ronda festivity takes place in January, specifically on the 24th: la Fiesta de la Virgen de la Paz, patron saint of Ronda.

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