The city beckons you to take a leisurely stroll that will allow you to visit the old Arab medina quarter on the southern bank of the Guadalevín River, cross the New Bridge and walk along Alameda del Tajo and its avenues filled with vegetation, which lead to a spectacular scenic overlook on the edge of the abyss.
The New Bridge and the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda (the city's bullring) both symbolize the town of Ronda and are must-see sights. The New Bridge is an incredible piece of work 98 meters in height. It was built using ashlar quarried at the bottom of the Tagus Gorge and designed to connect the city's old town with the modern Mercadillo quarter, allowing it to expand. From the vantage point of the emblematic bridge, the view of the houses overhanging the precipice is spectacular.
Ronda's natural environment is no less beautiful than the city, which is surrounded by protected spaces and the Sierra de la Grazalema, Sierra de las Nieves and Los Alcornocales nature reserves. This is a unique city located in a magnificent natural area.