[SPAIN] RONDA – Travel Diary

Located in the Spanish province of Málaga, Ronda is also one of Spain’s oldest towns that retains much of its historic charm. During our visit to Spain, AnakJajan spent a day in Ronda and it’s totally an attractive destination to visit with its own unique places and landscape to offer especially the Whitewashed Village.






Ronda is well known for their dramatic views and after visiting, AnakJajan couldn’t agree more, there are so many spectacular view that simply looks like our computer wallpaper since it is situated in a very mountainous area. They also have incredibly beautiful clear blue sky.










Hotel Catalonia Reina Victoria
AnakJajan stayed for a night in the beautiful Hotel Catalonia Reina Victoria. The hotel has a beautiful homey vibes with interior that kinda reminds us of American country house.



The hotel is located just within walking distance to the main attractions of the old town, for us the best part from it is the view from our room, you’ll get the vast panoramic landscape from the room balcony, it’s special because it’s not the kind of view you can get everyday💙


Address:
Hotel Catalonia Reina Victoria
Calle Jerez, 25, 29400 Ronda, Malaga








Alameda Del Tajo
Our trip started from Alameda Del Tajo, the popular 1800s park features picturesque panoramic view from balconies suspended over cliff.





Address:
Alameda Del Tajo
29400, Paseo Blas Infante, 1, 29400 Ronda, Málaga, Spain


Restaurante Abades Ronda
Located next to the famous Plaza de Toros, Abades Ronda was our lunch venue. We highly suggest you to sit at the outdoor area since dining under clear blue sky with breathtaking terrace view is something that you must not miss.



Address:
Restaurante Abades Ronda
Paseo Blas Infante, 1, 29400 Ronda, Málaga, Spain


Plaza de Toros
Plaza de Toros de Ronda is the Spanish name for the famous bullring in Ronda. It is crowned as one of the oldest bullrings in Spain that is constructed entirely of stone. The arena with a diameter of 66 metres holds a special place in Spanish culture and history and it’s open for public to visit.



Address:
Plaza de Toros
Calle Virgen de la Paz, 15, 29400 Ronda, Málaga, Spain


Puente Nuevo
If you google about iconic places to visit in Spain, you will find that Puente Nuevo is one of Spain’s most photographed destinations, short to say, a visit to Ronda is not complete without going to this famous bridge.

The bridge is impressively majestic, it separates the old and new towns built over canyon that is so deep it’s difficult to see the bottom. The are many places offer that offer a great view of the bridge with different angles and the design is just an amazing work of art.

Address:
Puente Nuevo
Calle Armiñán, s/n, 29400 Ronda, Málaga, Spain


Whitewashed Village
The whole town looks very instagenic on every corner especially the whitewashed village, all the traditional white houses on narrow streets are fun to explore.







Casa de la Guitarra de Ronda (Ronda Guitar House)
As recommended by a few of our readers, a visit to Spain won’t be complete without watching Flamenco Show. In Ronda, there’s a place for it, the name is Ronda Guitar House. The artist performed a few of songs with the signature Spanish guitar and we gotta say that it was marvelous.




Address:
Casa de la Guitarra de Ronda (Ronda Guitar House)
Calle Padre Mariano Soubiron, 4, 29400 Ronda, Málaga, Spain


Restaurante Puerta Grande
The dinner venue was this local restaurant called Puerta Grande specializes in local Spanish food. We had a course of several dishes including the uber yummy shrimp dish for appetizer and seafood paella. The food was delicious we almost want to finish everything if only we have unlimited tummy space.





As usually typical Spanish, the staffs are super friendly they made us feel like home❤️ That’s going to be one of the major things that we’re going to miss so much from this trip. They even provided us an extremely spicy chili sauce to satisfy our Asian tastebud, that’s very thoughtful.


Address:
Restaurante Puerta Grande
Calle Nueva, 10, 29400 Ronda, Málaga, Spain


Even though our visit to Ronda was short, for us personally Ronda is the destination that you would want to put in your itinerary, it is memorable with its majestic views, charming historic scene and beautiful white village, you’re gonna love it!




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