This beautiful city in the Province of Málaga has a unique charm. It has an incredible natural beauty, in addition to having a great historical legacy. Therefore, below we leave you a list of the essential locations of this town.
- Puente Nuevo
- Arab Baths
It is the biggest emblem of the city and, as a symbol that it is, its visit is more than mandatory. This bridge connects the two parts of the city and is higher than 90 meters. It is located on the Tajo de Ronda, the river that streams underneath. In order to better understand its history we encourage you to visit the Puente Nuevo Interpretation Center.
This beautiful town has a large number of viewpoints where you can appreciate the nature that surrounds it, the sunsets or even other monuments or places of interest. Some of the viewpoints that we recommend are the Puente Nuevo Viewpoint and Ronda Viewpoint, the latter known by the nickname of Balcón del Coño. Yes, an uncommon name but we owe it to the fact that everyone who looks out and sees the void can not help exclaim: ¡¡coño!! (“fuck!!”)
The Alcazaba de Ronda is a fortified building that was renovated in the 14th century, although its origin dates from earlier. In the 11th century, this structure already existed, and it was partially destroyed during the War of Independence. It is strategically located, as it is protected by walls with fortified towers. This place has had a great evolution throughout history, making it a monument that you should not miss on your visit to Ronda.
It is one of the best preserved archaeological sites in Spain. It is located in the old area of the city, near the Arroyo de las Culebras, a stream used to supply water. Inside you can visit the three most important areas: the cold, warm and hot bathing rooms.
Ronda has a great religious tradition, so we can find a large number of temples in the city. From Tudestino we suggest you to visit the hermitage Ermita Rupestre de la Virgen de la Cabeza or the Espiritu Santo Church . However, the one that you should visit without fail is the Church of Santa María la Mayor.
The places mentioned above are a quickly way to get to know the city if you don’t have the time to enjoy every corner.