Ronda, a White Village with history in Malaga
One of the things we can be most proud of is our Day Trip to Ronda from Granada or Ronda from Malaga. We will make you discover Ronda, in the Serranía de Málaga, Serranía de Ronda. Discover a White Village with History that will not leave you indifferent.
Alameda del Tajo Park in Ronda
Walking through Ronda you will discover one of the most pampered parks in the village. The park of the Alameda del Tajo. Its viewpoints and its well-kept flora, as well as some of its statues are of imposing beauty.
As if it were a botanical garden, we find endemic plants, fountains and trees that end up in the Tajo viewpoint. A park that precedes the main streets of Lorca and leads directly to the bullring, and a small open-air auditorium, in which the city of Ronda holds music festivals such as Los Pueblos Blancos Music Festival.
A bullring with history. Specifically it is a Real Maestranza, as it exists in Seville or Valencia, in Ronda and in its history the bullfighting, the bullfighting and the singularity of the bullfights of gollecas bulls are a hook to follow the transcendental course of history and its bullfighters. Cradle of the famous Ordoñez.
This square precedes what Ronda calls the street of fame, a monument on the ground reminiscent of the great bullfighters of the dynasties of Ronda that you can discover on their plaques. Also in this park you will find the great writers of the United States who once fell in love with this city, Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles.
Plaza Mayor de Ronda, typical of a white village with history
In the old town of ronda you will know its main square preceded by the convent of Maria Auxiliadora and the town hall. It is a place that has nothing to envy to its Sister city of Cuenca or to the same Toledo.
Ronda and nature
Ronda is in a depression surrounded by Sierras. On a rocky plateau divided into two parts by a large canyon, known as the Tajo de Ronda. This gorge is the most impressive in the area and a bridge that joins the two parts of Ronda is the best known image of the city. The bridge of the Great Tagus of Ronda is undoubtedly the photo that can not miss in your camera if you visit this city.
The nature of the views from the viewpoint. The white streets, typical of a white village as Ronda is defined. The bustle of people and especially the sun of Malaga, make an impressive photos and images that stay in your retina. Malaga and its Ronda mountains are magical places not to be missed if you are in Andalusia.
As you can see there are thousands of possibilities and thousands of curiosities, Ronda is a white village with history, here we have given you only one example, so do not hesitate and make a visit of a day if you are in Granada or Malaga.