A few years ago John and I spent a week biking in Spain's Andalusia region. The trip finished in Ronda, a wonderful town, and one of the oldest in Spain, precariously perched in part above a rocky canyon with a depth of 120 meters.
The town is situated in the Malaga province, just 100 kilometers away from the North Africa coast.
One of its most famous symbols is the bridge; the Nuevo Puente built in the 18th century. It is a marvel from any angle. This is the bridge that Hemingway immortalized in his book – For Whom the Bell Tolls. We spent a day walking the town and trying to visit most of its famous sites.
Here are some of the highlights – at least in my mind.
This article was written by Leigh McAdam and originally published on HikeBikeTravel.com.Read the original here.