“Ronda is, indeed, one of those places which stands alone. I know of nothing to which it can be compared.” – Lady Tennyson 1850
The town of Ronda with it’s white walled buildings is perched on a high plateau split by the El Tajo gorge. It’s one of Spain’s oldest towns and was loved by historical romantic travelers such as Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles.
Gorgeous views abound. We had an amazing 15 year anniversary in this romantic town and even tried the ajoblanco (cold almond and garlic soup with strawberry jam). The soup was weird.