Ronda, Spain: The Dramatic Cliffs That Inspired Modern Bullfighting | Tourism on the Edge
The Guadalevín River flows all the way through the city, separating it into two and creating dramatic landscapes. During the Reconquest of Spain by the Catholic monarchs, the city of Ronda was the last to fall because of the cliffs. Ronda is a city located in the Spanish territory of Málaga. It is positioned about 62 miles (100 kilometers) west from the city of Málaga and is neighbored by the Andalusia region. The city is located on a mountainous area of an enormous outcropped rock…
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