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  • 1 The old town of Ronda Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 29400 Ronda

    The heart of the old Moorish town, which survived until 1485, is a delightful labyrinth of picturesque alleyways fronted by museums, such as the municipal in thePalacio de Mondragón, churches, convents and noble residences. Make sure you visit the 18..

  • 2 Palacio de Mondragón - Museo de Ronda Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 29400 Ronda

    This palace is a mix of the Mudejar style (tower and patios) and Renaissance features (doorway on the main façade). Inside are a few remains of theazulejosandplasterwork that used to be laid out between the arches of the charming Mudejar patio. The m..

  • 3 Panorama Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    E - 29400 Ronda

    The Iglesia Rupestre de la Virgen de la Cabeza stands on a spur, opposite Ronda with the Guadalevín running down below. The lofty site commands superb views of Ronda.

  • 4 Plaza de toros Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    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..

  • 5 Arab Baths Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 29400 Ronda

    These baths were built at the end of the 13C, close to the river in the artisans' and tanners' quarter. The first room, nowadays open air, is located before the actual baths, which are made up of three covered rooms with rib vaults and lit by star-sh..

  • 6 Puente Nuevo Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 29400 Ronda

    An exceptional architectural work, this bridge over the Tagus dates from the second half of the 18C. It offers an uninterrupted view over the Guadiaro valley and Sierra de Grazalema. ThePuente Nuevo Museumon the Plaza de España is open to visitors.

  • 7 Templete de la Virgen de los Dolores Interesting

    Religious buildings

    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 rope a..

  • 8 Iglesia Rupestre de la Virgen de la Cabeza Interesting

    Religious buildings

    E - 29400 Ronda

    This small Mozarabic monastery was founded in the 9C, in all probability by Hispano-Visigoths who sculpted it out of the rock. Occupying a surface area of 280m2, the complex comprises a store, monastic quarters and the church, whose frescoes date fro..

  • 9 Cueva de la Pileta Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    E - 29400 Ronda

    This cave was discovered in 1905 by José Bullón Lobato when he was looking for a peculiar fertiliser for his land, bat droppings. The discovery was of such significance that in 1912 the famous French prehistorian, Abbot Breuil, and others, were calle..

  • 10 Collegial Church of Santa Marìa la Mayor

    Religious buildings

    E - 29400 Ronda

    It was built in the 15C and 16C on the site of the old mosque after the capture of the town by the Catholic Monarchs in 1485. Only the 13C Mirhab arch remains of the early building (in the entrance) and the old Mudejar minaret transformed in the 16C ..

  • 11 Palace of the Marqués de Salvatierra

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 29400 Ronda

    This small palace is quite typical of 18C aristocratic architecture and has an exceptional doorway. The Marquis of Salvatierra, a great traveller in Renaissance times, strangely had its window decorated with two pairs of Inca Indians bearing a triang..

  • 12 Acinipo

    Archaeological and historical sites

    E - 29400 Ronda la Vieja

    The ruins 19km north of Ronda are known locally as Ronda la Vieja. They stand on the old settlement of Acinipo, described by Pliny the Elder (AD 23-79), the Roman writer on natural history. Among the most impressive remains are the large 1C BC theatr..

  • 13 Museo del Bandolero (Bandit Museum)

    Museums and art

    calle Armiñán 65 E - 29400 Ronda

    The pirates.... from smugglers to highwaymen... videos and small shows illustrate this profession.

  • 14 Museo Lara

    Museums and art

    calle Armiñan 29 E - 29400 Ronda

    Housed within the Palacio de los Condes de la Conquista de las Islas Batanes, the museum offers a surprisingcollectionof almost 2 000 artefacts representing the sciences, archaeology and Andalusian folk art: 18C enamel clocks, fans, weapons, to name ..

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