The very well-preserved town, one of the oldest in Spain, is located at a height of 740m. It’s perched on a rocky outcrop and is divided by a deep ravine. The old and a new quarters of town are connected by the famous 18th century Puente Nuevo bridge. The old quarter is quiet and charming and has many nice streets to walk through.
The construction of the current Puente Nuevo started in 1751 and lasted for 42 years. The bridge is considered the symbol and attraction of Ronda.