The raw dramatic event of Ronda will leave you breathless! Ronda is separated in half by a steep river gorge that goes down a sheer 130 m on each side. There is prominent curved bridgework cutting across the gorge, the place where, according to the tourist guides, the Arabs and the Christians demployed to hold their captives here. The primary attraction of these white-washed townships, is the extraordinary aspects of each vale and the numerous walking trekking potentials. Along with this, if you have the extra money, a stay in the Ronda Parador, a beautiful hotel slanting and coming from the gorge’s precipitous perimeter, is heavenly.
The tranquil ambience of Ronda is an outstanding respite out from your typical more tourist-ridden places in the Kingdom of Spain. Ronda is straightforward to arrive at by train from Madrid or regional trains and is a good day trip from the Costa del Sol resort hotels and apartments.