A romantic city which has inspired many writers and artists such as Federico Garcia Lorca, Ernest Hemingway and Rainer Maria Rilke.
Ronda was the birthplace of bull-fighting on foot as we know it today and the origin of the great bull-fighting dynasties – the Romero and the Ordóñez.
A typical Andalucian town, it lies at the centre of its Serranía mountain range. A deep gorge, the symbol of Ronda, separates the two halves of the city, the historic centre and the modern city being joined by a beautiful eighteenth-century bridge.
The Mondragón palace, the bullring, the Santa Maria church and the Arab baths are well worth visiting. Ronda is also famous for its "tapas", snacks with drinks. Ronda is only 45 minutes from the coast.
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