HISTORICAL AND MONUMENTAL CITY
This historical and monumental city sits on an impressive plateau, giving the feeling of being on the edge of an abyss, cut in two by a narrow gorge through which the winding Guadalevín river runs. It is in this ancient capital of one of the Taifa kingdoms that many architecturally impressive convents, churches and palaces were built. Its bullring is one of the oldest and most awe-inspiring and important bull rings in Spain and is therefore a popular meeting place.
Ronda is also famous for its gastronomy, offering travellers truly authentic dishes such as oxtail stew, ‘cocido Rondeño’ (Ronda stew) migas (a bread dish) or rabbit Ronda style, as well as delicious cakes which are still made in the convents.
Perched high on this plateau with the vast vistas that frame the city, Ronda looks solemnly and serenely towards the intense blue of the sea. Ronda is renowned world-wide. Its peaceful and easy going people are perfect hosts for travellers from all corners of the world.