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14 Best Tourist Attractions in Ronda, Spain

Vinam Pachkhede Aug 13, 2019
With traditional fairs, majestic monuments, and bullfights, Ronda is sure to take your breath away. Explore this spectacular location atop El Tajo gorge while appreciating Spain’s history.

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Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) connects the the old and new town, this stone marvel offers you the view of El Tajo. At its center, sits a museum about the Civil war.

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Plaza de Toros (Bullring), the birthplace of modern bullfights, entertains 5000+ spectators in the September fair. Don’t forget to visit the bullfighting museum.
Built along the snakes spring, these Arab Baths are from 11th and 12th century, featuring hot, cold, and warm tubs.
Wander around the luscious garden and steep steps leading to water mine at this 18th century building. The Casa del Rey Moro (House of Moorish king) building is closed for public.
Culmination of different festivals, Ronda welcomes you to Fair of Pedro Romero (September Fair) that boasts of balloons, lanterns, local food, and music.
Best visited in spring and autumn, the Alameda del Tajo Park will amuse you with the cliff-edged viewpoints (Cono balconies), statues and gorgeous flower beds.
The Lower Bridges keep the old and new parts connected. Its popular cycling trail and surrounding hiking vistas offer great views.
Immerse in dog shows, horse shoes, local music. During the Traditional Andalusian May Fair, people are dressed in the traditional attire and showcase the farm goods.
Roman Pilgrimage is all about the ancient Roman style feast and attire. Attend the parade and presentation of Goddess Circe followed by performances and competitions.
Arabic Walls and City Gates were used as defensive points during the old times, the gate takes you to the high city quarter (Holy Spirit).
Plaza Duquesa de Parcent is one of the most prominent squares in Ronda. Its main attraction is the  Santa Marai del Mayor Church.
Look at the city in different ways through the different terraces located in the Jardines de Cuenca (Cuenca Gardens). Sight El Tajo and New Bridge as well.
Dating back to 1st century AD, Ruins of Acinipo is a Roman Theater consisting of an orange tiled orchestra pit and 2000+ seats.
Drive to the Cat's Cave, an organically created limestone cavern and take a dip into the turquoise fresh water pool.