Ronda is a unique town in Andalucia (Spain) because of it's geographical location. It is high in the mountains, and cut in two by the Guadalevin river streaming through the impressive El Tajo cleft. It is the majestic bridge that reunites the town that made Ronda famous, but the history of Ronda offers more than that though. The town is said to be one of the most beautiful white villages of the Sierra. The famous torero Pedro Romero, the man who fought more that 6000 bulls in the arena, was born here, and is therefor the pride and joy of Ronda.
The cobbled alley to the Mondragón leads naturally on to Ronda's loveliest public space, the leafy Plaza Duquesa de Parcent, which boasts a convent, two churches, including the toytown belltower of the iglesia Santa Maria de Mayor, and the handsome arched ayuntamiento (council) building.
Many people come to Marbella for the weather and the beach. It is just another city beside the sea but there are also more to that. Everyone should come here onfor the eve of new year. Orange…