Things to see and do - Ronda
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Ronda Travel guide
Ronda : Michelin's recommendations
The town occupies an extraordinary setting in the Serranía de Ronda, a mountain chain where bandoleros (bandits) often found refuge in the 18C and 19C. Built on a rocky plateau through which the River Gualdevin has carved the deep El Tajo gorge, Ronda commands spectacular views from every angle. Its unique architecture is also delightful, with its mix of Muslim buildings and churches, a dramatic bridge, and a plaza de toros which still hosts famous bullfights.
Tourist attractions Ronda : Things to see and do
calle Virgen de la Paz 15 E - 29400 Ronda
Built in 1785, the arenas are among the oldest and most attractive in Spain and they are the largest in the world with a diameter or of 66 m. The neo-classical, simple interior is divided into two storeys with Tuscan columns topped by a stone balustr..
E - 29400 Ronda
An exceptional architectural work, this bridge over the Tagus dates from the second half of the 18C.
E - 29400 Ronda
The strange Chapel of the Sufferings of the Virgin is made up of a simple open roof up against a wall and borne by two pillars and two small columns. On each pillar there are four emaciated bodies holding the roof up with their arms and with a ro..
Pedro Romero, 3 E - 29400 Ronda
Prix Prices from : 32 €
With great views of Ronda’s bullring, Hotel Hermanos Macias is just 200 metres from the town’s famous Puente Nuevo Bridge. It has a traditional Andalusian restaurant with outdoor seating. The rooms at the Hermanos Macias feature tiled floors and sim..
Plaza de España, 4 E - 29400 Ronda
Prix Prices from : 55 €
Don Miguel is located next to Ronda’s famous New Bridge, overlooking the gorge. It has a café and terrace with spectacular views, and offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV. The rooms at Hotel Don Miguel are simple and tradi..
Paseo Blas Infante, s/n E - 29400 Ronda
Prix Prices from : 58 €
The hotel is situated in Ronda’s town centre, with panoramic views of El Tajo gorge and just around the corner from the Plaza de Toros famed as the birthplace of bullfighting. The contemporary and original hotel captures Ronda’s ambience as it blend..
pl. de España 4 E - 29400 Ronda
Santo Domingo 3 E - 29400 Ronda
Lovely Moorish-style building with many little rooms and balconies hanging over the Tajo river, on five different stories. A hall with a flamenco show.
pl. de España E - 29400 Ronda
Tenorio 8 E - 29400 Ronda
The Albacara has a separate entrance to the Hotel Montelirio. Inside, you'll find a classically furnished dining room with impressive views of the ravine from several tables. Elaborate cuisine which is both well prepared and well presented.
Nueva 4 E - 29400 Ronda
Tapas bar located in a pedestrian street in the town centre. Boasts a terrace and a dining room with a modern layout and various blackboards detailing its snacks and light bites.