12.Ronda: Ronda is a mountain top city situated in Spain's Malaga province, which is set dramatically above a deep gorge, the top most attraction. The chasm separates the city's 15th-century town from the newly developed township.You may visit the city for half a day and explore places like peunte neuvo, plaza de toros, Arab baths, Mondragon Palace, the palace of the Moorish king and water mine, Arabic wall, and city gates, Cuenca gardens, and Acinipo ruins. Moreover, Ronda has some excellent wineries to visit and to view. You are sure to have a great photographic safari once in Ronda.
Ronda: Ronda, a beautiful hill village, built atop a gorge is a must visit destination in Andalusia. A couple of hours train journey from Granada, Ronda is quaint yet dramatic. While most prefer it to be a day trip, we stayed here for couple of nights to relax and unwind. The town is most famous for its 3 historic bridges built over the gorge. It provides mesmerizing views from the edge of the valley. You can start from the top and come down towards the old bridge on left covering multiple points enroute. The other trek is down towards Puente Nuevo, or as we did, take a fixed price 15 Euro taxi down to the foot of the bridge.
Ronda's claim to fame, other than its bullfighting history, is its spectacular setting. Located on a plateau, the town of Ronda is split into two parts by a 120m deep chasm known as El Tajo Gorge. There are three bridges that connect the two parts of the town. Out of the three, Puente Nuevo, built in the 18 th century, is the newest, tallest, largest and the most impressive. The majestic Puente Nuevo along with the River Guadalevín snaking through the gorge, the sheer vertical cliffs, the white buildings and the vast green stretches of Andalusian countryside make for a spellbinding spectacle that hypnotises the visitors and leaves them breathless. I can say this because that was what happened to us when we saw that view for the first time.
Known for stunning cliffs and towering bridges, Ronda is home to some beautiful history and death-defying views.