Finca Retama Farmstead

Address: Camino Fuente la Higuera, Ronda, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29400, Spain and Canary Islands | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Camino Fuente la Higuera, Ronda, is near Plaza de Toros, La Ciudad, Mondragon Palace, and Museo del Vino de Ronda.
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      Travel Blogs from Ronda

      Donkeys, flamingos and a high hill

      A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Jan 18, 2015

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... with a vertiginous drop on one side and very tight hairpins. We passed a number of people walking up, most of them pretty old. At the top we parked near the sanctuary (we had to, the road stopped) and had a look round. Unfortunately it has become very touristy with a shop full of religious tackery, but the little chapel was very popular with people popping in to say a few prayers and get their breath back before walking down ...


      A travel blog entry by richalive on Dec 09, 2014

      6 photos

      Today was a great drive up from Mijas Costa through the mountains to the town of Ronda. It is breathtaking how the buildings and bridges gave been built into the landscape. We had some very enjoyable time drinking coffee in the town square and walking down on the tracks which ...

      Day Twenty Six (Ronda, you look so fine)

      A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 26, 2014

      6 comments, 15 photos

      ... passed the Arab Baths and was enticed inside on the recommendations of a departing Swiss couple who explained it as pretty cool. And it was. These Muslims were really into the whole bathing concept and made it much more than a wash around the ears and a dip under water. Baths were obviously places of great community importance as well as places to practice good hygiene.

      I finally made my way to the Old Bridge (aka the Roman Bridge) although even I could tell it was of a ...


      A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Apr 01, 2014

      15 photos

      ... Ronda into two sections. The triple arched, 200 year old bridge (Puente Nuevo) that links the old and the new district is 390 feet deep. The Romanesque arch is framed by gigantic stone foundations. At the bottom is what appears to be a tiny stream only to actually be a roaring river which goes on for miles. A small balcony on the bridge catches Aaron's eye and we soon remember that behind that door was the torture chamber for prisoners and some were thrown off the balcony ...

      Ronda - 1 night

      A travel blog entry by edosullivan on Jul 16, 2013

      ... Went to the pool before checking out. At about 1pm we left for Marbella and the La Cañada SC. Had Mackers and the lads went to an indoor play area for a while. Headed for the airport and dropped the car. Hd a long wait for the flight but it was ok. Lads watched a movie on the iPad and I had a pint. Flight was on time and we got home to the house at about ...