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We found this smallest and oldest bridge in Ronda worth the walk. Puente Arabe or Puente de San Miguel was once the only way into the city. If you are close to the Banos Arabes (Arab Baths) you are close to this little bridge. Great...More
This is a great place to start a tour of Ronda on foot. We parked nearby and walked across this historic bridge, through the arch and uphill into the old town and the Puente Nuevo. Great views of the gorge, look to your right up...More
Well worth a visit on the way to the Roman Baths. Bridge is still used today by vehicles far to big so I expect it will not be there long unless restrictions are put in place. Good views looking into gorge
we found this by walking through the old town. it is good to see and know the history of the places visited but in itself, the bridge is not a big deal. Nonetheless, you will find the arab baths just nearby
If you are able to walk down in to the valley you won't be disappointed. The Roman Baths are at the bottom and also some lovely bridges and views. We have taken different routes back to the top and we have come across different things...More
There is the main bridge across the gorge in Ronda the Puente Nuevo, (the New Bridge), built at the end of the 18th Century, but there are also two older bridges in Ronda that are worth a visit. 'Puente Viejo' (the Old Bridge) dating from...More