The old town is joined to the more modern part of Ronda by the “Puente Nuevo” new bridge which is overlooked by the Ronda Parador. Ronda comprises beautiful scenic views with a touch of traditional white “pueblo” Spanish charm.
Ronda has approx 35.000 inhabitants but is even so one of the most visited towns in Andalucia. Ronda earned its fame as the birthplace of modern bullfighting, where the Matador would face the bull on foot as supposed to the Jerez traditional bullfighting on horseback. Ronda boasts dramatic escarpments together with breathtaking views. It is well know for its river gorge called “El Tajo” which carries the Guadalevin River through its center.
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