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Of course no visit to Ronda would be complete without a visit to the bridge. If you can fine a spot to take a photo without a coach load of tourists blocking you, you are lucky. It is amazing scenery and spectacular panoramic view. Walk...More
A day trip to Ronda is very worthwhile. The road to and from is a motorcyclist's dream; lots of twists and turns, with the bus rarely exceeding 60 kph, so realize that a 50 km trip is probably at least an hour.
The town of...More
We marvel at the engineering that when into in it so long ago. And the effort in the construction. You can spend a good half day walking around the cliff, having a panoramic view of Ronda. Also, having a different view of the bridge.
This stunning bridge connecting the old and new parts of Ronda is stunning, viewed from the gorge below or the views from the bridge are amazing.
Definitely worth dedicating some of your time in Ronda to exploring the views to and from this amazing bridge....More
If you haven’t visited this bridge, you have not been to Ronda! The view is spectacular and I’ve never seen anything quite like it. It is very warm in Ronda during December. Remember your sunnies and sunscreen!
We visited Ronda over 2 nights. The bridge is just as spectacular as the photos. Our first day we saw a different view of the bridge as we watched the clouds roll in through the gorge and almost completely hide the bridge from view! The...More
Ronda is touristy for sure, but this bridge connecting the old and new parts of town in just fantastic. It’s an amazing engineering feat and a great spot for photos from down below. If you’re in the general area you should definitely stop at Ronda,...More
Ronda´s main landmark and probably the reason why most come here. It spans the Guadalevin river at over a 100m from the bottom of the canyon, to connect both sides of the town. It is called New because it was built after, in the 18th...More
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You can go to a point around halfway down the gorge which has good viewpoints of the bridge, as well as access to a path that goes along to the lower sections of the bridge. That took around an hour. To the bottom of the... More
You can go to a point around halfway down the gorge which has good viewpoints of the bridge, as well as access to a path that goes along to the lower sections of the bridge. That took around an hour. To the bottom of the gorge and back would be considerably longer.