Located in a charming place on the edge of a steep, Ronda is an ancient city in central Malaga province.
The impressive city is positioned over the basin and the natural wonders of the Tagus River, is surrounded by mountains. From here you can see the Alameda del Tajo gardens and the ancient palace of the Moorish kings of Ronda.
Strategic location has enabled the city to maintain independence during several centuries, and in 1485, Ronda has become the capital of the Moorish kingdom separately. Famous for bullfighting, Ronda is considered one of the oldest arenas in Spain, and, not
incidentally, there is a museum of the corrida.