Don't miss a visit to one of the most famous destinations in the whole of Andalusia, which will enchant you with its narrow streets, emblematic bridge and houses on the edge of the canyon.

The so-called 'city of castles' stands on a natural lookout, defended by a citadel at its most accessible point. It still retains its walls and the most important gates that gave access to the city.

The Almocábar Gate gave access to the south side of the city, the Carlos I. Gate dates from the 16th century and the Exijara Gate led to the Jewish Quarter.


The Bullring, one of the oldest and largest in Spain. Inside you can visit the Bullfighting Museum or the collection of antique firearms.

If there is an emblematic place in the Ronde, it is the 98-metre high Puente Nuevo, which also houses the Visitors' Museum. Have your camera ready, as the views of the houses towering over the Ronda Gorge are spectacular.

When you are impressed by the views, we recommend you visit the Moorish Royal Palace with its beautiful gardens and the Arabian Baths.


Take a stroll through the old quarter with its narrow cobbled streets decorated with geraniums. If it's lunchtime, sample typical dishes such as Serranía gazpacho, wild mushrooms or sweets such as pestiños.

Don't overlook buildings like Mondragon Palace or Giant's House on your walk.

It's also a good idea to stop by the always-busy Plaza Duquesa de Parcent, home to the Santa María la Mayor church and the town hall.

Also set aside some time to shop for beautiful souvenirs made of wood, ceramics and leather from Ronda.