The Drama of Andalucia.
In a spine-tingling setting, Ronda stuns visitors with it dramatic views and wild scenery.
Built above a steep ravine, this spectacular town is a characteristic Pueblo Blanco with whitewashed houses clinging to the cliff top. Proud of its traditional Andalusian culture, the village has the second oldest bullring in Spain.
The Plaza de Toros is still used for the Feria Goyesca, a bullfighting event that is full of pageantry. The Goyaesque festival features a classic bullfight and a parade of people wearing costumes of the 18th century, the era of Francisco de la Goya.
The village is a lovely town full of Old World charm. Tourists will enjoy exploring the picturesque streets of La Cuidad, Ronda’s historic Moorish town. On sunny days, the town’s parks are the ideal place to stroll tree-lined paths and relax in the shade.
The Alameda del Tajo and Alameda de José Antonio parks both offer panoramic views of the landscape. To discover another angle of Ronda’s heritage, check out the Museum of Bandits, which illustrates the history of those daring anti-heros of the region.