The very well-preserved town, one of the oldest in Spain, is situated at 740m altitude on a rocky outcrop and is divided into an old and a new part by the famous 18th century Puenta Nuevo bridge over a deep ravine. The old quarter is quiet and charming and has many nice streets to take a stroll.
Construction of the current Puente Nuevo began in 1751 and took 42 years. The bridge is considered the symbol and attraction of Ronda.
You take a circular walk from the city to the valley. Here you have the best view of the Puente Nuevo.
From this point back up to the city.
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