Hotel Molino

Address: C/ Molino 31 , Ronda, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29400, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on C/ Molino 31 , Ronda, is near Plaza de Toros, La Ciudad, Mondragon Palace, and Museo del Vino de Ronda.
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      Travel Blogs from Ronda

      Day 3: from Madrid to Sotogrande

      A travel blog entry by martinn on Feb 09, 2015

      5 photos

      ... it in their car and catch up again with the other teams. We wish them all the best and hope they can rejoin us quickly!

      We arrived at the hotel as 4th and 5th team. As we were enjoying a - in our opinion well deserved - cold beer one team after another arrived. Stories and experiences so far were exchanged, and tickets for the ferry crossing tomorrow were arranged via a seller known to the organization who came to the hotel for us. Last ...

      Donkeys, flamingos and a high hill

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 18, 2015

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... then returned to the car for the drive up to the chapel at the top of the hill. Like most towns in Andalucia the hill was crested by a castle, or Alcazabar, with a mosque. [And unlike most towns in Andalucia the mosque has been converted into a church dedicated to one of the many guises of the Virgin Mary, La Virgen de Gracia, rather than being destroyed completely. The drive up was hairy, a well maintained but mostly single ...

      Ronda, our first white hilltop town

      A travel blog entry by heatherandbrad on Oct 27, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... a deep gorge (130m straight down) that splits the town in two. The gorge is spanned by an arched bridge that was built in the 1700's. Many of the buildings perch precariously from the edge of this gorge.

      Ronda is also famous for its bullring. Built in 1785, this is where the 'art’ of bullfighting came to be. To this day, it remains the largest bullring in Spain. We took an audio tour of the bullring and got to see ...

      Day 12 - Day Trip to Ronda

      A travel blog entry by sandler_love on May 22, 2014

      7 photos

      ... decorated by someone who has a Pintrist account. Incense is burning in most common areas probably to cut down on the smell of us smelly backpackers. Breakfast was all laid out for us this morning with place setting set on the table. I was not hungry so enjoyed a cup of tea with a great view of the cathedral from atop the roof where the kitchen is located.

      Although things are nice there are a couple of things that could make it better. There is only one boys ...

      Towns on Rocks - hitting the high points!

      A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Oct 18, 2013

      7 photos

      ... from Gibraltar to Cadiz was a great demonstration. Whitewashed hill towns are perched precariously on dry rocky mountains, with narrow valleys creeping through. We drove narrow winding roads down for kilometres and then right back up. Thank goodness there was not a lot of traffic.

      Rhonda is the largest of the White Towns and the old town is split by a deep (as in 120 metres) chasm complete with a waterfall. The bridge connecting the sections dates ...