Things to Do in Ronda

By Erin R, February 2013

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Spain has its fair share of must-not-miss pueblos, and Andalucia’s Ronda undoubtedly holds a firm spot in the top five.

This pueblo blanco, or white village, dates back to the Neolithic Age, and was one of the last towns to fall from Arab power during the Reconquista. Two things make it especially visit-worthy: it is believed to be the birthplace of bull fighting, and it also happens to straddle a pretty spectacular river-carved canyon.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Andalucia blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Andalucia.

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