La serranía de Ronda

Serrania de Ronda, a true journey into the past of Andalusia

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Icon of the Serrania de Ronda, the pit, which together with a huge bridge that seems to merge with the rock make this place one of the symbols of Andalusia
Icon of the Serrania de Ronda, the pit, which together with a huge bridge that seems to merge with the rock make this place one of the symbols of Andalusia source Andalucia.Org

The Serrania de Ronda, a true journey into the past of Andalusia

Located in the heart of Andalusia and west of the province of Málaga, Serrania de Ronda is distinguished by the beauty of its landscape and the strength and authenticity of its mountain culture. This saw is not just a set of mountains located in the heart of the province of Málaga, but also it is reunited with the living history of Andalusia as the Cave of Pileta.

 Cave pool., one of the most historic and magical places of the Serrania de Ronda in Andalusia
Cave pool., one of the most historic and magical places of the Serrania de Ronda. source Andalucia.Org

This attractive serranía collects palaces (especially the Mondragon Palace), Arab baths, atalayas, Roman theaters and even visits to primitive caves that are a return to the past in an enriching way.

Such is the journey into the past, that access to the people who embrace the Serrania de Ronda are difficult to access because of the philosophy of keeping intact its architectural essence of their brick facades and streets. In fact, for its alleys, sunsets, history and landscape the Serrania de Ronda has become an ideal place for a honeymoon for its romantic decor.

Roman Theater Acinipo
Roman theater Acinipo Source andalucia.org

Three Valleys geographically delimited territory: Valley Guadalteba, Guadiaro and Genal Valley. In the center of this Ronda plateau has. This city becomes more important than the rest of the towns of the mountainous both for its size and its location in a ravine 120 meters deep.

Ronda boasts an architectural heritage of great historical value as the Royal May Fair, the second oldest of Andalusia. Ronda is known as the "city of dreams".     Depression of Antequera and Sierra de Ubrique has become one of the main attractions of the mountains.

Style roast goat serrano, chorizos alcohol and dishes derived from hunting as partridge and rabbit pit rondeña are just a sampling of the broad Mountainous gastronomic range that offers.

Genuine flavors and products native to a cuisine where tradition and modernity intertwine to offer visitors the best of the region

For its richness and diversity, much of its territory is protected by various figures of natural protection, the most important of the three Natural Parks of the Serrania: Grazalema, Sierra de las Nieves and Alcornocales. Among the three authentic natural jewels hoard as pinsapo, the golden eagle or the griffon vulture and the perfect setting for endless entertainment possibilities in the natural environment, such as hiking, climbing, caving or simply observing nature. The heritage of the city of Ronda is a real treat that is at the service of tourists. viewpoints, a sunset on the Promenade des Anglais, a mine (known as the Palacio del Rey Moro) and Arab baths are some of the ingredients that invite the city to be visited Ronda.

Arab baths, considered the best preserved in Spain.
Arab baths, considered the best preserved in Spain

Culinary, Scorching La Carreta Ronda collects all the mountains identity and tradition of Andalusian dishes with grilled meats Abrasador and local cuisine.

Scorching La Carreta Ronda, a place to eat during the route Serrania de Ronda in Andalusia
Scorching La Carreta Ronda, a place to eat during the Serrania de Ronda route

Parrilalda meat grilled Abrasador La Carreta de Ronda in Andalusia
Carvery meat grilled Scorching La Carreta Ronda
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