Visitors get attracted to the beautiful scenes of the valley and the white washed town makes you want to explore each nook and cranny. The unwinding atmosphere of the town helps visitors to relax and enjoy a serene time. The Plaza de Toros is the oldest bull fighting rings in Spain and visitors can pay a visit to the museum inside the building.
Visitors will enjoy exploring the La Alameda, which is a lovely park with lots of trees and lots of walking trails, or the La Ciudad, which is the old district of the city and has several winding streets. The old Arab baths reflect a small peek into the Islamic history of Spain while the Mondragon Palace is a wonderful piece of architecture.
The La Casa del Rey Moro or the Moorish King's House is the entrance to the Water Mine and Hanging Gardens. The Water Mine is an interconnecting chamber and stairways, and was the only source of water during olden times; the structure has been built in Moorish style. The Palacio del Marqués de Salvatierra is another beautiful Renaissance mansion worth visiting.
The Medieval Wall is a must visit in Ronda; it is dotted with several Islamic arches and was used as a defense against enemies. Visitors should definitely walk to the bottom of the gorge from where they can take great photographs.
The Calle la Bola or Calle Espinel is the main shopping area in the city and visitors will enjoy walking along this colorful road. Throughout the city there are several restaurants and cafes where visitors can relax and enjoy a filling meal. Halal food might be a bit difficult to find in Ronda; travelers can enquire with the locals or the local Halal certifying body about Halal food or restaurants.