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Located northwest of the province of Malaga, Ronda is an ideal tourist destination to enjoy in spring or autumn. It is located on a plateau divided in two by the bed of the Guadalevín River, with an orography so characteristic that it has become its hallmark. We are waiting for you at the Catalonia Ronda hotel and the Catalonia Reina Victoria hotel! [...] Ver más +

Hotels in Ronda

After arriving at one of our two hotels in Ronda, we recommend starting your visit at the most famous point in the city, the Tajo de Ronda, a canyon that divides the town in two. The passage of the Guadalevín River eroded the rock until creating this peculiar geographical feature. Above it stands the New Bridge, built at the end of the 18th century and with impressive views of the mountains.

The walled area of Ronda is, in addition to the symbol of the city, the place that best condenses its history. In the past, this nucleus was an enclave of great defensive importance. In its fortification, the walls and its gates stand out, such as that of Almocábar or La Cijara.

The Alameda del Tajo is a walk and botanical garden along which you will find the Vicente Espinel Theater, which has a lake with ducks and peacocks in its surroundings. Next to it, the Paseo de los Ingleses will take you along the end of the cliff, a route not recommended for those who suffer from vertigo.

The Ronda Bullring has great architectural value and is one of the oldest in Spain, dating back to the mid-18th century. On the other hand, the Convento de la Merced Church houses the Hand of Saint Teresa inside. Erected in the 16th century, it still preserves the original orchard and façade.

Within the historic center, close to any of our hotels in Ronda, we recommend visiting the Arab baths, in the old Islamic suburb, and the Fuente de los Ocho Caños, built during the reign of Felipe V.

Did you know that Ronda is growing a lot as a MICE destination? For business trips you can stay in our hotels in Ronda, where we have event rooms and specialized equipment to organize all types of celebrations and work conventions.

The traditional gastronomy of Ronda includes garlic and tomato soups, mountain-style roast goat or grilled partridge, accompanied by D. O. Sierras de Málaga wines. For dessert, nuns' sweets such as yemas del Tajo are the most popular.

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Jerez, 25 | 0.5 Km / Centre
With charm Pool and spa Restaurant
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Virgen de la Paz, 16 | 0 Km / Centre
Chill-out terrace Pool and spa With charm
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What to do in Ronda

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    Historical centre

    In the old part of the city there are churches and palaces of enormous historical value. The center also has palace-houses, alleys and small squares that will leave you speechless, as well as the Arab baths and the famous Fuente de los Ocho Caños.
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    Tajo de Ronda

    The extraordinary Puente Nuevo is the most emblematic monument of Ronda and unites the two areas into which the city is divided, the historical and the modern. This bridge was built in the 18th century and crosses the Guadalevín River, whose erosion over centuries has formed the canyon known as Tajo de Ronda.
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    The Ronda Bullring is one of the most important in Spain. The work is attributed to Martín de Aldehuela, the same architect who built the New Bridge in Ronda. Its arena is considered the largest in the world and, in the beginning, Philip II used it for defensive purposes.

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