Andalusia, Spain


Ronda - bridge

Ronda is a town in Andalusia, Spain with 35 000 inhabitants. It is located on both sides of the gorge with buildings built to the very edge of the cliffs. Through the gorge the Guadalevín river passes.

The town is especially famous for its 100 m height bridge, Puente Nuevo, built in 1793 by Jose Martin de Aldehuela. Some other interesting and famous buildings are:

  • buildings on both sides of the gorge
  • Plaza de Toros built in 1783 - 1785

Click here to see Ronda Pictures Gallery


Tides in Spain

Tides in Spain - Isla Canela - before and after the tide

Places to visit in Spain

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Last update: 19 June 2015