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Ronda, surrounded by mountains, is a municipality in the province of Malaga which is especially noteworthy for its location and monuments; a legacy of centuries of history that remains to this day to the delight of tourists who get there to discover it.
In the map below you can see the streets of Ronda and the main monuments that you can visit:
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Places to visit
1.- Monastery of San Francisco
2.- Almocabar Gate
3.- Carlos V Gate
4.- Church of the Holy Spirit
5.- Santa María la Mayor
6.- Mondragon Palace
7.- Minaret of San Sebastian
8.- Exhijara Gate
9.- Arabs Baths
10.- The Giant's House
11.- Arab Arch
12.- Palace of the Marquis of Salvatierra
13.- Arab Bridge
14.- Church of Nuestro Padre Jesús
15.- Old Bridge
16.- Felipe V Gate
17.- House of the Moorish King
18.- New Bridge
20.- Paronamic views of El Tajo gorge
21.- Chapel of Our Lady of Los Dolores
22.- Las Animas Inn.
Recommendations for a visit to Ronda
- New Bridge from the late eighteenth century
Symbol of Ronda whose construction lasted for 40 years and connects the old town with the new district of Ronda and offers visitors spectacular views and a great place to take stunning photos.
- Eleventh century Arab Bridge
Location by which the city was accessible from the north.
- Islamic walls and doors of Ronda
Ronda is situated in a strategic position which along its walls gave the city a great defensive character.
One of the oldest bullrings in Spain and of great monumental character was built during the eighteenth century.
- Pileta cave and Gato cave
The Pileta cave situated in Benaojan has been declared as national monument and has cave paintings from the Palaeolithic.
- Prehistoric settlement and Roman city of Acinipo
Archaeological site located in Serrania de Ronda which preserves a part of the Roman theatre. Once there was a city that was in decline since the third century in favour of neighbouring Ronda.
- Arab Baths
One of the best preserved Arab baths in the whole peninsula, built along the creek for water supply.
- House Casa del Gigante
Of Phoenician origin and renovated in structure retains its original design and is currently open to the public.
- Palace of Moctezuma
This palace is located in the historical centre where the heirs of the last Aztec emperor stayed.
- Bandit Museum
This museum shows the time when bandits raided the roads between the different Andalusian municipalities.
No doubt there is much to see in Ronda, we hope that the map will be useful and remember, the best way to get there is by road where you can also enjoy very nice scenery and visit other towns along the way if you wish.