Ronda is a little town of Andalusia which is located in the Málaga province. Ronda is little but is wonderful and its streets tell you about its history. It is one of the oldest cities in Spain due to its history goes back to Palaeolithic. There are several old monuments and building which have a lot of years of history. Landscape, old centre and narrow streets are related to a famous romantic legend about bandits of known name. Important bullfighters and artists give prominence to the city, so this place has a long tradition and you should visit this unique place.
Ronda is situated in the mountain range and has a population of 35.000 habitants, and it is surrounded by valleys and there are wonderful views. For these reasons, Ronda has become in one of the most attractive destination to visit in Andalusia, specifically the third most visited.
Over the river we find New Bridge, this bridge offers wonderful views of the valley. It was built in 1793, during 42 years until the end of the architecture of 100 metres. The materials are stones and there is a central arch in the centre with two little arch in both sides. This bridge connects the old area to new area and it is the most famous monument of Ronda. Too many tourists walk around this area and they are impressed by the nature. Close to the bridge, you can find an inn, where you enjoy of unforgettable views of Tajo river, during spring there is a carpet of flowers.
Ronda is city which invites you stay there due to their essence. Who wants to travel to see its monuments and know its gastronomy has a easiest net of communication. You could travel by public transport, where there are several schedules of buses or you can choose a car for comfort. If you do not have your own car, you have the option of hire a car, the best option to go there is during a weekend and enjoy peace. For more information, click here.
The bullring of Ronda is an iconic monument due to it has history by important bullfighters. It is one of the oldest in the national territory belong to “Real Maestranza”. It was built in 1785 by the same architect who designed New Bridge, José Martín Aldehuela, where the capacity for0 500 spectators.