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Ronda has the oldest operational bullfighting arena but is well worth visiting even when not in use. At the entrance there stands a particularly handsome and proud statue
3 of 5 stars
This is quite an easy walk and its appeal depends on the splendid scenery.
It starts just beyond the left hand fork in the road above Grazalema [left of the road] and
I have only been in December but even then the wild flowers were pretty prolific and I found the smallest daffodil that I have ever seen growing wild.
There is a place at
You go up the road from Grazalema and take the fork above the town slightly to the right towards Zahara. In a very short distance you will see a track going up the
The town is most often seen for its leather.
There is only one main shopping street and about 75% of the shops seemed to sell leather. Then there is an excellent factury
In my entry
about the Ronda Bullring I mentioned that Ronda has a few attractions that
seem to be made up as a way to make a few pesetas off of us tourists. I was