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Been here before a couple of years ago and had to revisit to show my better half around as she hadn’t been to Ronda before . The entry fee is a little steep at 5 € , but they are planning to completely renovate the...More
The climb down the 200+ steps could be considered challenging for those who are not fit or have mobility issues. The gardens are not well-maintained - it quite disappointing because it could be very beautiful. There are nice views once you get to the bottom...More
the garden is lovely - and small. I think the real reason to go here is to see the amazing staircase cut inside the cliffs to get access to the water from the hilltop. Apparently they could bring up water (via bucket brigade) up these...More
I wouldn’t say this is amazing but it’s still pretty nice. Don’t expect too much of the view downstairs and enjoy the walk down the mine as well. It’s quite interesting how this was built and you can see the shapes that you also see...More
Firstly, Ronda is a beautiful place to visit, with many worthwhile attractions.
This, sadly is not one of them!!!
The gardens are pitiful. With a little care and attention, they could be a tranquil introduction to the challenging mine steps down to the river -...More
The Casa is actually closed and gardens are the start of the walkway down through the ravine. The gardens are not worth it and are untended. There is far more colour elsewhere in the town as it is virtually nonexistent in his garden. The ravine...More
Beautiful views. Don’t be put off by the negative reviews.
The highlight is the Moorish fortress and water mine, built in 14th Century to protect the cities access to water while under siege.
The fortress is a marvel of medieval Islamic engineering, and unique in...More