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Although "new bridge" is a misnomer since it was designed and built in the mid 1700s, it is the newest of the 3 bridges crossing the El Tajo ravine in Ronda. The ravine is 300+feet deep with vertical cliffs and only 200 feet wide where...More
Well worth a trip either by coach or by car. We went up the mountain from the other side and then came round to Ronda (Rondo) The drive up was something in itself. Views you just cannot describe! We did park quite a way from...More
What an amazing piece of architecture. I’ve seen pictures before on line but the pictures don’t seem to capture the enormity of this bridge. Took a million pictures. It’s no wonder people love Ronda. This bridge seems to be one of the sights to see....More
Such a beautiful place to visit we should have maybe spent a few days here but time was not on our side. For me personally I was delighted to look down from the bridge and see the numerous alpine choughs flying below us.That alone was...More
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You can go to a point around halfway down the gorge which has good viewpoints of the bridge, as well as access to a path that goes along to the lower sections of the bridge. That took around an hour. To the bottom of the... More
You can go to a point around halfway down the gorge which has good viewpoints of the bridge, as well as access to a path that goes along to the lower sections of the bridge. That took around an hour. To the bottom of the gorge and back would be considerably longer.