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Beautifull old part of the city with a definite mexican vibe Hemmingway style with the narrow white washed streets but ofcourse very touristy in juli august..
Better visit in late aftrrnoom when most of the touring cars ate gone.
Beautifull diverse andalusian lamdscapes on the...More
Stunning drive to ronda and what a beautiful old town steeped in history lovely old buildings with stunning views , with baroque architecture in the old churches, to the stunning views of the gorge lovely food , romantic walks through the arbor to the viewing...More
We had to come back after visiting several years ago, if you plan to come here come by bus its cheaper then an organized trip. It has a lot to see, unused Bull ring,Tourist info, beautiful views I could go on. There places to eat...More
Popular with day trippers from the coast. Good to walk around but spoilt in part by a major road that divides the two principal parts. The Palacio de Mondragon has some interesting history and views over the surrounding countryside. The Plaza Duquesa de Parcent contains...More
Ronda is probably my preferred city in Andalusia. The small streets of the historic centre, the New Bridge and this charming atmosphere make of Ronda a must-see if you're around. Don't hesitate to spend a night there, as the Bridge is even nicer at night!
Best viewed in warmer weather, as there is little cover in inclement weather. Narrow winding streets provide ample opportunity to wander along, absorbing he quiet ambiance and glimpsing historic local housing. Not much to see, though provides a pleasant stroll.