Ronda Tourism & Travel Guide

PLAZA DE TOROS - THE BULLRING OF RONDA Bullfighting is one sport that is inextricably linked to Spain and Ronda is considered as the home of modern day bullfighting....

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Old Town, Ronda
Puente Nuevo was situated only a few steps from the bullring but we did not go there directly. We first walked to Balcon del Coño, a viewpoint located on the western edge of the town providing superb views of the countryside and cliffs.
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About Ronda

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.
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