About 60 miles from Malaga city is Ronda, a city which is located in the province of Malaga and has a number of important features attracting lots of tourists each year. Ronda is a very mountainous area and it is divided in two by the Rio Guadalerín which runs through the city.

There are three bridges in the city: Puente Romano, Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo, and they are some of the most visited sites in the city. Puente Nuevo is the tallest of the three soaring 120m above the ground.

Another important attraction is the famous Plaza de Toros which is the oldest bullring in Spain, built in 1784 by José Martin de Aldehuela.

Ronda is a beautiful city with a historical legacy worth discovering.

Malaga Travel Guide | Excursions in Malaga

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