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There are cities that appear in the eyes of the traveler as something unreal. We rub our eyes and emerge from cliffs and gorges, intimate and secluded, to give us good morning and make us dream of his past bullfighters and bandits. This is Round. Magical, fascinating, shoulder and bolero.

Its streets keep silent many stories of stolen affair, romantic legends dressed for battle in their mountainous, home to many famous bandits. Spot the Tajo de Ronda us back to those times of violence but also of loyalty, of betrayal but also of forbidden love. And ran its many pubs and bars we can even imagine José María "El Tempranillo" or Juan José Mingolla "long steps", famous outlaws, chatting, laughing, good jug of wine and a loaf of bread in her hands, cut with their large knives.

Romantic and tragic times that have managed to leave us a no less romantic city.

Ronda is the head of a region rich in monuments and Nature. The Guadalevin through the city to divide it in two and carving on it for centuries, which today is its most famous and beautiful appearance: the famous Tajo de Ronda, a wildlife conservation work, a deep gash cut into the mountain, more than hundred meters deep, is now the hallmark of this mountain town.

To each side are two different cities. On the one hand the new, happy and set their city outstanding monumental bullring that has been so historical runs, and that has made Ronda bullfighting city.

And on the other side, the old, nostalgic, beautiful, quiet, full of palaces and churches, cozy places, like the Duchess of Parcent, with the church of Santa María de la Encarnación and the City Council.

In Ronda, white and bright, you can see its Arab art in its minarets or towers at Casa Moro king, among other palaces, but also Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance riches, as the door of Carlos V, located in the wall ...


Alameda del Tajo
Alminar de San Sebastián
Arco de Felipe V
Arrabal Viejo
Baños Árabes
Casa Consistorial
Casa de San Juan Bosco
Casa del Gigante
Casa del Rey Moro
Convento de Santa Isabel de los Ángeles
Convento de la Caridad o Hermanas de la Cruz
Convento de Madre de Dios
Convento de Franciscanas
Convento de San Francisco
Convento de Santo Domingo
Ermita Virgen de la Cabeza
Escultura del Gigante de Ronda
Fuente de los Ocho Caños

Iglesia Convento de la Merced
Iglesia de Ntra. Sra. de la Paz
Iglesia de Nuestro Padre Jesús
Iglesia de Santa Cecilia
Iglesia de María Auxiliadora
Iglesia de Santa María la Mayor
Iglesia del Espiritu Santo
Murallas y Puertas Islámicas
Palacio de Mondragón
Palacio del Marques de Salvatierra
Plaza de Toros
Puente Árabe
Puente de las Curtiderías
Puente Nuevo
Puerta de Almocábar
Puerta de Carlos V
Ruinas de Acinipo
Templete de la Virgen de los Dolores



Ronda has a great gastronomic tradition, emphasize its game dishes, pumpkins to Ronda, migas with chorizo​​, porridge, beans with tomato, garlic and ham, beans with sausage, soup almonds and artichokes, gazpacho to the mountain, the tortilla rondeña, lamb stew, etc.
As for the pastries are famous Tagus yolks and sweet nuns the convents of the city are made.



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