Ronda is a stunning town in the Sierra de las Nieves National Park in the province of Malaga, in the far south central part of Spain. The Parador de Ronda is in a former town hall building about 400 feet above the ravine carved through the hilltop by the Guadalevín River.
Many of the rooms of the Parador de Ronda face into the ravine. I'm not great with heights, so fortunately my room is one of ones on the shaded left side of the parador, with a more indirect view into the gorge.
A rustic bridge straddles the gorge. These buildings are seen from the other side.
A view of the parador from across the street. The statue honors Antonio de los Ríos Rosas, a 19th century Spanish politician born in Ronda.
This is the view from my balcony. Not bad, eh?
I would not want to be on the cliff side either.
Take great care walking out of this town. Terrific views from your balcony. Wow!
Quite an impressive locale.
You got some great views, I wouldn't even be looking out the window lol
What a great place.
My very hazy memory of Ronda from a long time ago is that it was a major bullfighting center, maybe not active now but there was a museum?
Thanks Stefan. I didn't have to google, and apparently Jack was having too good a time to google. Ha.
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