Ronda spain - 7 Things to Know Before Visiting Ronda

The village can be visited on foot and a single day is enough to discover all the must-see attractions and points of interest.

7 Things to Know Before Visiting Ronda

A direct train from Madrid to Ronda operates twice daily.

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Afterwords, we enjoyed a DELICIOUS wine tasting with tapas.


Its bleachers were dug directly into the rock using the natural slope.

Nearly two hundred of his pieces are displayed in the 18th-century Palacio Marqueses de Moctezuma, a typically Andalucian space that's been fitted with a plush minimalist interior.

Description: The Mudejar style, with stucco and horseshoe arches, can be clearly seen in the San Sebastián minaret, later used for Christian worship.

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Extra care was taken after the previous bridge on the same spot collapsed only six years after it was finished, killing 50 people.
The church is built in the Gothic style, with a prominent Renaissance belltower.
The setting is very beautiful with views of the surrounding mountains and the Sierra de Grazalema.

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    The Romans settled in Arunda and in Acinipo (also known as Ronda La Vieja, or “Old Ronda”). Pliny and Ptolemy mention Acinipo as one of the main cities in the Roman province of Baetica. Its most noteworthy ruins include the theatre, among the most important in Roman Spain. In Arunda the Romans built the castle of Laurus (or Laurel.
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    The Bandit Museum, the Hunting Museum and the Lara Museum are further attractions worth considering on this side of the Tajo de Ronda. The Arab, Old and New Bridges Three bridges span the ravine measuring more than 100 metres in depth and lead to the other side of the city. The Arab bridge was built in the 14th century and gave access to the.
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    Ronda. Built astride a huge gash in the mountains carved out by the Río Guadalevín, Ronda is a brawny town with a dramatic history littered with outlaws, bandits, guerrilla warriors and rebels. Its spectacular location atop El Tajo gorge and its status as the largest of Andalucía’s white towns have made it hugely popular with tourists.
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    The Islamic domination of Ronda ended in 1485, when it was conquered by the Marquis of Cádiz after a brief siege. Subsequently, most of the city's old edifices were renewed or adapted to Christian roles, while numerous others were built in newly created quarters such as Mercadillo and San Francisco.
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    Almocabar Gate. 8. Ronda’s Arab Baths. When Going back to Ponte Nueve, you can make a detour and head to Ronda’s Arab Baths, located in San Miguel district. These are the most well preserved in Spain. Built towards the end of the 13th century, they are arranged like the Roman baths with a cold, warm and hot zone.
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