The most compelling feature of Ronda is a deep gorge that divides the town, carved by the Guadalevín River. It's spanned by three bridges, but the most noteworthy is the "New" Bridge, meaning it was built between 1751 and 1793; it's 390 feet tall and quite striking, as are the views it offers
The white building on the left was our hotel - top that!
From the back
The "new" town from the Bridge