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The city of Ronda, in the province of Malaga, is located on a gorge, which separates the new city from the old town. We give you some recommendations to make the most of your stay in the city.

Puente Nuevo and Plaza de Toros (bull ring)

Puente Nuevo, a typical postcard of Ronda, connects the two parts of the city after the river Tagus passes. This impressive construction, with more than 200 years of history, will not leave you indifferent.

We also recommend starting your visit to the city by discovering the Plaza de Toros, located in the heart of the city, dating from the 18th century. It is the oldest in Spain and it is considered one of the cradles of modern bullfighting.

Turkish baths

In the area of the old Jewish quarter, you should not miss the Turkish Baths, which are among the best preserved in all of Spain and were built between the 13th and 14th centuries. They consist of a cold, warm and hot room, hypocaust and boiler and a reception room. These baths are fundamentally of steam, unlike the Roman baths.


It is worth tasting any of the delicious dishes that the Ronda gastronomy offers us. We recommend you try the Ronda squash, the beans with blood sausage, the stew or the oxtail, an emblem of the place.

In addition, among its desserts we must highlight the famous Yemas de Ronda and the Dulces de las monjas, the perfect finishing touch to a delicious menu.