Hotel Enfrente Arte

Address: Calle Real 42, Ronda, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29400, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle Real 42, Ronda, is near Plaza de Toros, La Ciudad, Mondragon Palace, and Museo del Vino de Ronda.
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          • Swimming pool


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Enfrente Arte Ronda

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Ronda

          Day: Hike Fragments: Ronda

          A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 10, 2021

          88 photos

          ... gets very interesting with its steep streets and unadulterated architecture-- it’s all old school whitewashed walls and red tile. Finally I make it to the top, through the castle gates and up to a small plateau with a perfect 360 view of the whole region. On one side you have a great view of Jimena and the valley and hills beyond, and on the other side are beautiful, untarnished mountain forests with massive, oddshaped boulders poking up in different places. ...

          Rambling Ronda: Moors, Romans and Ravines

          A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 24, 2015

          10 photos

          ... are connected to bullfighting). Among the younger generation, interest is minimal. Spanish citizens are far more hooked on their beloved football teams. We spent our remaining hours in Ronda wandering about the Moorish quarter, looking at historic buildings and churches, before hopping on the bus bound for Arcos. I was disappointed because the clocks had been turned back the night before, and I was worried that it might be dark during our 1.5 hr bus ...


          A travel blog entry by tonyandruth on Sep 13, 2015

          1 comment, 30 photos

          ... battle with the Moors. We collected pottery remnants at Teba and then on for coffee in a cafe wedged under the rocks and finally got to Ronda. We saw a magnificent bridge over a gorge, the entire town is perched along a cliff over the Tajo gorge. Lots of lovely little lanes and museums. We went to one which had a collection of guns, torture gear, scientific stuff etc and also to a museum Which was in the Ronda Bullring, the oldest bullring in Spain.


          White town and Ronda Spain

          A travel blog entry by mnasega on Apr 22, 2015

          32 photos

          ... de la Pileta. Ronda was however first settled by the early Celts, who, in the 6th century BC, called it Arunda. Later Phoenician settlers established themselves nearby to found Acinipo, known locally as Ronda la Vieja, Arunda or Old Ronda. The current Ronda is however of Roman origins,[1] having been founded as a fortified post in the Second Punic War, by Scipio Africanus. Ronda received the title of city at the time of Julius Caesar.


          Day 25 ( All roads lead to Ronda)

          A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 25, 2014

          2 comments, 20 photos

          We loaded the destination into Ms GPS and basically did as we were told through the rest of a relatively short days travelling from Granada to Ronda - a place I'd chosen simply coz it seemed to be a destination for many of the package tour operators (and I'm assuming they know where to go). Our on-board guide was able to direct us most efficiently out of the Granada central area, though it all seemed horribly complicated still. It seems the Spanish layout of inner ...