Choose Ronda Villas on your Ronda Holidays for an authentic taste of Southern Spain
Ronda, a little city located in the province of Malaga in the autonomous community of Andalucia, Spain, is a very picturesque destination for a holiday. Staying in any of the Ronda holiday rentals can give you an opportunity to explore its bridges and the Arab baths, among its many other impressive sights and places. The city of Ronda itself is located 750 metres above mean sea level and set in some superb mountain country landscape. The city is bifurcated by the Guadalevin River which meanders through the countryside.
One of the natural formations the river has carved on its course through the land is the El Tajo Canyon that the city overlooks. Ronda holiday rentals should also see you making a visit to the three famous bridges in Ronda namely the New Bridge, the Old Bridge and the Roman Bridge. The New Bridge or Puente Nuevo spans the canyon along with the Puente Viejo or Old Bridge. The Puente Romano or the Roman Bridge is also called the Puente San Miguel. Walking across the new bridge will never fail to take visitors' breath away when the magnificent Serrania de Ronda Mountains come into view.
Choose Ronda Holiday Rentals for spectactular mountain scenery and fascinating history
Choose to stay in Ronda apartments if you want to be part of vibrant excitement of the bullfights. This spectacular event is known as the Corrida Goyesca and takes place annually in the oldest bullfighting ring in Spain, known as the Plaza de Toros de Ronda. The ring dates back to 1784. The event is normally conducted in the first week of September. Some of the Ronda accommodation can also be found near the Arab Baths or Banos Arabes. These extraordinary structures date to the 13th and 14th centuries. These are said to be the best preserved Arab baths in Europe and the brickwork within these strictures is absolutely beautiful. There are plenty of Ronda holiday rentals to choose from and be sure to include visits to the Church of Padre Jesus, the Cave Chapel of the Virgen de la Cabeza and Merced’s Convent for very unique and spectacular architecture. Ronda also offers you an opportunity to do a lot of shopping in its Calle le Bola. Walking through the narrow, curvy lanes of La Cuidad is also a restful way to spend a holiday in Ronda. For instance, walking through the cobbled stone pathways of Mondragion will take you straight into the Plaza Duquesa de Parcent, which offers you sights such as churches, convents and a toytown bell tower. Ronda also offers you some great wine and eateries which serve you exquisite local cuisine. Discover the beautiful natural environment of Vis Island Holiday Rentals.