Ronda is a city that appeals to the imagination of many people. It is one of the oldest cities in Spain and was founded in the 9th century before Christ. Undoubtedly, the most prominent place of this city is the impressive bridge over the deep El Tajo gorge, which separates the city into two parts. The route from Finca Las Nuevas to Ronda either goes through the beautiful mountains of National Park Sierra de las Nieves or through the Andalusian inland.
Sights of interest
The old city (La Ciudad), on the south side of the El Tajo gorge, largely dates from the Islamic period, when it was an important cultural centre with mosques and palaces. In the 19th century romantic period, Ronda attracted many international artists and authors.
It is wonderful to stroll both through the old and the new city. There are various museums and you can admire the well-preserved remains of the 14th-century Moorish bathhouse. In the new city, you can enjoy a nice view over the low-lying area of Ronda.