Palacio de Mondragón
Museo de Ronda
The city museum has artefacts and information especially related to both Roman and Islamic funerary systems. Of even more interest to...
Iglesia de Santa María La Mayor
The city’s original mosque metamorphosed into this elegant church. Just inside the entrance is an arch covered with Arabic inscriptions,...
Museo del Bandolero
This small museum is dedicated to the banditry for which central Andalucía was once renowned. Old prints reflect that when the youthful...
El Choque Ideal
Hosts a range of events from films out on the terrace to live bands. There are fantastic views and lots of mosaic work on display.
La Casa del Dulce
Stop by La Casa del Dulce and ogle the trays of freshly-baked mantecada biscuits; a delicious crumbly speciality based on almonds and...
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Palacio de Mondragón information
Palacio de Mondragón , now an engaging museum was built for Abomelic, the ruler of Ronda in 1314. Of its three courtyards, the Patio Mudéjar still preserves an Islamic character. A horseshoe arch leads into a small clifftop garden. Various displays draw you into prehistoric caves, with hilarious wax figures depicting early lifestyles.