Casa del Rey Moro
The terraces give access to La Mina, an Islamic stairway of over 300 steps that are cut into the rock all the way down to the river at...
There is something very compelling about private museums, although you may not actually want anyone like Juan Antonio Lara Jurado and...
Ronda’s Plaza de Toros is a mecca for bullfighting aficionados. It has been in existence for more than 200 years, and is one of the...
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 best and most famous restaurant is a 180-degree-turn away from the ubiquitous ‘rustic’ look and cuisine. Michelin-starred in...
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.