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Ronda is a town in the mountains of the Malaga Province in Andalusia. The town's most famous feature is the bridge (Puente Nuevo) that spans the Tajo Canyon.

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Babia Backpackers

Babia Backpackers

Babia Backpackers is the best place to stay when you visit Ronda. It is one of the cheapest hostels in the city, but has the best view of whole Ronda. From the balcony you see the bridge and it is absolutely amazing. Next to that the rooms are clean and good and the people are very nice. For this money it realy is a good place to stay. ... more

El Refugio Hostel

El Refugio Hostel

El Refugio Hostel is one of the unique kind of hostels which you don't find so ofen. it's located in wery nice location surounded with beautifull nature and high mountain peaks. it's a perfect place to relax and have a nice walks in nature. the owner is wery simpatic english dude who speaks also spanish and ducth. ... more


Ronda Discussions

  • Will be in Spain
    I'm going to be in Spain around one month. The main cities are Granada,Ronda,Sevilla,and Madrid. I'd like to know some local pepole there, and ask some questions in advance about how to have a good ...

  • Southern Spain - Where to Stay?
    I have the opportunity to spend 6 days at a beachfront resort in October. I have 3 choices, and can't decide where to stay. Huelva , Estepona , or Marbella ? Any idea where would be the best spot to stay? Also, I'd be interested in day trips to possibly: Sevilla, Ronda, Cordoba, Granada, and ...

  • Andalusia Spain
    Don't miss Ronda! It's a gorgeous city in the mountains, split in two by a huge chasm. It's breathtaking - I highly recommend it if you get a day free. ...

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Ronda Blog Entries

  • Ronda
    So this Sunday we had another excursion! We went to the city of Ronda. It's weird ...
    Posted in Granada 2012 by Smarks17

  • Ronda
    Saw: an Andalusian sunrise while sitting on the ramparts of the ancient town wall, and an Andalusian sun set from atop a 300 ft cliff. ( Ronda is an ancient moorish settlement perched on a plateau with cliffs on almost all sides.) Did: Hiked down said 300ft cliff on an unmarked trail that wove its way ...
    Posted in Architecture of Europe by naht

  • Spain Part 2b
    Oh my god, I am mighty not impressed right now because I just wrote like 20 paragraphs about Ronda ...
    Posted in Claire and Taylor's European Odyssey by TnC

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El Refugio Hostel
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El Refugio Hostel

Calle de Cerillo Cartajima (Map) - Hostel
Botz was great - he's more than happy to take you for walks in the mountainside and is an excellent cook (he's an ex-chef; dinner/breakfast are well worth it).
Babia Backpackers
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Babia Backpackers

Calle Virgen de los Remedios 32 bajo (Map) - Hostel
Babia Backpackers is the best place to stay when you visit Ronda. It is one of the cheapest hostels in the city, but has the best view of whole Ronda.