Located in the province of Malaga, Ronda was the hideout for many bandits back in the day, who took refuge in the mountainous area surrounding the town. Most famous for Puento Nuevo, the historic bridge that makes for great photos, there are plenty of things to do in Ronda. You will undoubtedly full in love with the great food in the restaurants here, but even if you don’t, you can make the most of the stunning views of the gorge. The good thing about a small town is that you can very quickly see the other sights without having to travel too far. For people who will be travelling the country, you should take a look at my list of things to do in Spain. Of course, Ronda does have a strong background with bullfighting, something many celebrities used to come and watch, but something I strongly disagree with and find simply disgusting. The reality is that it’s still sold as a top selling activity in the area, so don’t forget to throw a rock at anyone going. Now off my hippy ways and back to this gorgeous area, you should make sure to visit Cueva Del Gato, which looks incredibly mystical, like something out of a Tim Burton film at night. If you’re brave, you could try your hand at canyoning on the Guadalevin.