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The church is slightly away from the bridge and the main part of Ronda but is worth a visit. We paid the entry fee €2 and an audio guide was included in the price. It's fairly big inside the church (bigger than it looks on...More
This church sits in the centre of the old town at the gorge side of a large shaded square. The audio guide is of assistance with some of the intricate details within. It is not expensive to visit AND you get the benefit of being...More
On 8/2/18 my husband and I visited this church. It's located in Old Town/Moorish Quarter near a small park/square with orange trees and City Hall. Cost was 2€ each and we did not get an audio guide. We were not aware that you could climb...More
Almost everything dates from after 1930, when there was a fire. The woodwork has been beautifully restored. The audio-phone explanations were fine, on the whole, but the praise for the wall paintings coming into my ear were contradicted by what was reaching my brain from...More
This is THE church you should visit in Ronda. Don’t be discouraged by the fairly plain exterior. The interior of the church is beautifully decorated and has a fascinating history - part Gothic, part Baroque. The entrance fee is only €4 and includes a very...More
A Chocolate Box Church.
The site of the Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor goes back quite some way. Originally, archeological evidence suggests that there was a Roman altar built to commemorate the victory of Julius Caesar over the forces of Sexto, Cneo and Pompeii...More
The size of this church is enormous. It is difficult to see hos a relatively small population required such a large building. The church is divided into two parts the second even bigger and higher than the first. It is worth walking the 75 steps...More
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