Don Javier

Address: Calle Jose Aparicio 6, Ronda, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29400, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Jose Aparicio 6, 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: Hike Fragments: Ronda

        A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jun 10, 2021

        88 photos

        ... history, telling of the remarkable engineering feats of these baths, with its hot and cold indoor plumbing system and all. Then I cross another lower bridge back to the south side of town, where wander up the pedestrian street and the “heart” of the city, grab something to eat, and then back to the bridge again. This time, I want to figure out a way down to the base of the bridge. Sure enough, on the northeastern side, there’s a path down the cliff. ...


        A travel blog entry by kerimareejones on Oct 26, 2015

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        Today we head for Ronda, but first we visited the beautiful Alhambra Palace, situated at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains. We even saw snow on top! The palace dates back to the 14th century. Staying at another gorgeous parador right in the centre of town, and what a town it is! Perched precariously on a cliff top it is magnificent with lots of little laneways and hills. Fabulous shops and an interesting bull ring just up the road. The museum there ...

        Rambling Ronda: Moors, Romans and Ravines

        A travel blog entry by wilsondm5 on Oct 24, 2015

        10 photos

        ... the original gate to the fortified city, down to the old bridge, built in 1616 on the ruins of an Arabic bridge, and finally to the original Arabic bridge where the Arabic baths are located. These were built on the ruins of Roman baths. From here you can look way way up and see the new bridge. Then I got to cross the old bridge and walk back up on the other side. The scenery is spectacular. With time to kill, Jack and I visited the bullring and the ...

        Those Damn Mountains!

        A travel blog entry by on Apr 29, 2015

        14 photos

        ... the wrong choice! The path quickly turned into a steep skinny windy jumble of loose rocks. I thought about going back but in my optimism thought "she'll be right!" but it became worse than the tracks in Nepal! Eventually, after navigating my way through prickly thistle bushes and tree branches poking me in the face and catching my hair, it opened up to a beautiful green field and I could see the paved road again. Distracted by a horse to my left I slipped on some gravel ...

        Day Twenty Six (Ronda, you look so fine)

        A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 26, 2014

        6 comments, 15 photos

        ... favourite (and undoubtedly the best) Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand and Isabelle (what a shame the catholic monarchs of modern times don't quite have the panache and passion and ruthlessness of these two).

        I wandered past an old church and paid the 1€ as much just to clarify the narrow path I saw ahead would get me close to the Old Bridge. As far as churches go, it was one. But it did have a narrow circular staircase leading up to its bell tower that was pretty spectacular. ...