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What to see in Ronda

What to see and do in Ronda


Los tres puentes. The three bridges overlooking the Tajo de Ronda canyon. These are the Roman bridge (also known as el puente de San Miguel), the old bridge (puente or Arab bridge) and the new bridge (although not so new as it was built at the end of the eighteenth century). The New Bridge is the highest with its 120 meters from the bottom of the below gorge.

La Plaza de Toros. The oldest bullring in Spain, it has been operating for more than 200 years. Accommodates 5,000 spectators and is considered  one of the most dangerous arenas for the “toreros” due to its 66 meters diameter length.

The Santa Maria Church. Built on the ruins of an ancient Muslim mosque. Its construction started in 1485 by order of the Catholic Kings, but did not end until two centuries later. It 's a mix of Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture.

The Mondragon Palace. It was built by Abumelic, a Moor ruler, in the fourteenth century. It 's a set of courtyards, fountains and gardens, among which the Mudejar patio, shaped like a horseshoe.

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