Ronda has its origin in the Roman Arunda that would be constituted from existing Iberian settlements. The Visigoths gave it continuity until the arrival of the Muslims, who consolidated their role as regional head and their urban entity. Its location facilitated the defense of the city and put it in a strategic position to dominate the steps and roads to Lower Andalusia. This and the availability of land suitable for agriculture finally gave it remarkable historical importance.
The city sits on a plateau cut by a deep gorge excavated by the Guadalevín River, which overlooks the buildings of its historic center, which gives the city a picturesque panoramic view that, together with the variety of monuments it has, its Natural environment and its proximity to the great centers of mass tourism on the Costa del Sol, has made Ronda a notable tourist center. The ledge of the gorge and the bridge that saves it are the quintessential image of the city.
We enter the interior of the province of Malaga, to visit Ronda, a city of bulls. In this magnificent city, a guided tour of the city will take place, starting with the Real Maestranza, passing through Puente Nuevo and we will end up tasting the typical wines of the area, all this accompanied by a local guide specialized in this city. They will have free time to taste the typical gastronomy of this area or make purchases of souvenirs or local products if they wish.