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Discover the hotels in Ronda

Located in the northwest of Malaga province, Ronda is an ideal tourist destination to enjoy in spring or autumn. It sits on a plain divided in two by the bed of the Gualevín River, with a terrain that is so characteristic it has become its hallmark, and offering visitors a great diversity of hotels. Keep reading about what to see and the city's fantastic cuisine! [...] Ver más +

Hotels in Ronda

After arriving at one of the hotels in Ronda you start your visit at the most popular sight, the Tajo de Ronda, a gorge that divides the town in two. The water flowing in Gualevín River eroded the rock face to create this unusual geographical feature. Above the river is the Puente Nuevo (New Bridge), built in the late 18th century, with stunning views across the valley. 

The walled area of Ronda is the symbol of the city and the place that best encapsulates its history. In the past this heart of the city was a place of major defence importance. From its fortification, of note are the walls and the Almocábar, La Cijara and La Albacara entrances. 

The Alameda del Tajo is a promenade and botanic garden. It has a number of plants more than two hundred years old. Inside the Alameda is the Teatro Vicente Espinel theatre, surrounded by a lake with ducks and peacocks. Beside it, Paseo de los Ingleses takes you to the end of the escarpment, a route not recommended for anyone who suffers from vertigo. 

Of great architectural value is the Plaza de Toros de Ronda, one of the oldest bullrings in Spain, dating back to the mid-18th century. The Iglesia Convento de la Merced church houses the silver hand of Saint Theresa. Built in the 16th century, it preserves the vegetable garden and facade of the original building. 

Inside the historical centre, close to any of the hotels in Ronda, we recommend a visit to the Arab Baths in the former Islamic area, and the Fuente de los 8 caños (Fountain of the Eight Spouts), built during the reign of Philip V. 

Did you know that Ronda is a MICE destination on the rise? For business trips you can stay at our hotels in Ronda which will make your mouth gape with their spas and gorgeous views.

The gastronomy of Ronda is distinguished by garlic and tomato soups, Serrano-style roasted goat and Tajo partridge. Sweets originally made by nuns, such as Yemas del Tajo, are also acclaimed. Book into any of the hotels in Ronda to sample D. O. Sierras de Malaga wines.

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Jerez, 25 | 0.5 Km / Centre
Pool Spa With charm
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Virgen de la Paz, 16 | 0 Km / Centre
With charm Historical building New
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What to do in Ronda

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    Historical centre

    The old part of the city is home to churches and palaces of historical value. It also features palatial homes, alleyways and small squares that will amaze you, together with its fantastic musical culture that has strong roots in the city.
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    Tajo de Ronda

    The extraordinary New Bridge is the most famous landmark and joins the areas that divide the city, i.e., the historic and the modern. It was built in the 18th century and crosses the Tajo de Ronda.
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    The Ronda bullring is very prestigious in the world of bullfighting. It is attributed to Martín de Aldehuela, the same architect who designed the New Bridge. Its ring is considered the largest in the world and it was originally used by Philip II for defence purposes.

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