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It is one of the famous “Pueblos Blancos” (White Towns) of the Sierra de Malaga mountains and stands atop a 100-metre cliff. It has the oldest bullring in Spain.Read more...

What to see One of the city's most famous landmarks is the bridge known as Puente Nuevo. This colossal 18th structure is 98 metres high and offers breathtaking views. Alongside is the Parador tourist hotel. Stroll along Paseo de Blas Infante and visit Los Reyes Católicos viewpoint to enjoy panoramic views of the mountains. Alongside is the bullring, regarded by many as being the oldest in Spain. It also has a Bullfighting Museum. Ronda still has part of its old city walls and some of the main gateways, such as Almocábar and Exijara. The old city centre has various ancestral houses and small aristocratic palaces. Most notably, Mondragón palace and Rey Moro palace. You can also visit the churches of El Espíritu Santo and Santa María la Mayor. Along the banks of the river you'll find Arabic baths. Trips In the Serranía de Ronda mountains, you can visit some of Malaga's famous “Pueblos Blancos” (White Towns), such as Algatocín, Atajate and Benaoján. These iconic examples of Andalusian architecture are set amid olive groves and vineyards. The Sierra de las Nieves mountains are also within easy reach, where you can enjoy spectacular landscapes. On the coast, there are many excellent resorts, such as Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona.


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