Casa del Rey Moro
The terraces give access to La Mina, an Islamic stairway of more than 300 steps cut into the rock all the way down to the river at the...
This Islamic stairway comprises more than 300 steps which are cut into the rock all the way down to the river at the bottom of the...
The museum is the private collection of Juan Antonio Lara Jurado who has been a collector since the age of 10. Now in his 70s, he still...
Although a tad too brightly lit (like most bars in Ronda), this place has a contemporary vibe with its background jazz, black beamed...
Ronda’s most famous restaurant is a 180-degree-turn away from the ubiquitous ‘rustic’ look and cuisine. Tragabuches is modern and sleek...
Puente Nuevo information
Straddling the dramatic gorge and the Río Guadalevín (Deep River) is Ronda's most recognisable sight, the towering Puente Nuevo, best viewed from the Camino de los Molinos, which runs along the bottom of the gorge. The bridge separates the old and new towns.