Visit one of the most picturesque and spectacular towns in all of Spain, and a favorite of both Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles. Ronda is perched on the edge of a cliff-bound plateau and is divided in two by the Tajo Gorge. With Moorish, Renaissance and even Roman touches, few towns capture the essence of Andalusia’s history and culture as well as Ronda.
Some of the highlights of this tour include:
- The Puente Nuevo, or New Bridge, which spans the divide, was constructed in 1741, and divides the city into two parts.
- The oldest bullring in Spain, built in the beginning of the 18th century.
- Remnants of the Moorish empire can be seen in places such as the Mondragón Palace and the Moorish Baths at the foot of the cliffs.