The trip starts at 8.00 a.m. at a previously agreed upon meeting point in Nerja or Torrox Costa.
One of the largest “White Villages” in Andalusia, Ronda, a charming city in the province of Málaga, has about 35,500 inhabitants.
Known for its exceptional location, Ronda sits atop a plateau 723 metres above the sea level. El Tajo, a steep 100-metre gorge carved by the Guadalevín River, separates La Ciudad, the old Moorish district, from the newer section, El Mercadillo. Three bridges connect the two districts. The most well-known bridge, Puente Nuevo, dates back to the 18th century. The bridges and restaurants along the cliffs offer spectacular views of the gorge, the town and the surrounding countryside.
Founded by the Roman commander Scipio Aemilianus (185-129 B.C.) more than 2000 years ago, Ronda, then known as Arunda, served as a Roman fortress. It received city status in the days of Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.).
Though conquered numerous times throughout history, it’s most notable period is the Moorish Al-Andaluz (711-1492).
Among the sights to enjoy are the oldest and best preserved bullring in Spain, the Santa Maria la Mayor Church, La Casa Del Gigante (the Giant’s house), and the Palacio de Mondragon.
The tour lasts approximately 7 to 8 hours and costs 79 € for adults and 69 € for children up to 12.
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