Ronda is a city built on a cliff overlooking a deep gorge in Andalusia. The maze of cobblestone alleys lined with whitewashed houses and the magnificent stone arch bridge spanning the gorge that separates the old town from the new town create a uniquely beautiful landscape. The historic bullring and parks with spectacular views make this one of Andalusia's most popular tourist destinations.
Andalusia's White Towns Route
When you think of Andalusia, the simple village where white-walled houses stand out against the blue sky comes to mind. There are many such white towns and villages in the area between the provinces of Cádiz and Málaga. The beauty of the scenery, with houses painted white with lime to protect them from the heat and colorful flowers in potted plants, is something you will never get tired of seeing. There are many ways to enjoy the refreshing village scenery: take a road trip to visit several towns on a drive, or stay in a small village and enjoy a walk in the intricate alleys.