Do not miss the area in Ronda (Malaga 1:15): Provide one day
Located inland, Ronda is famous for its amphitheater, its equestrian tradition, and especially its monumental bridge arch.
At 750 meters, the old town is perched on a plateau where you can watch a breathtaking vacuum to the plain below, particularly since the Puente Nuevo (New Bridge).
The most typical southern Spanish is well represented here by the city's bullring on the plaza de toros dating from the 18th century! Visiting the arenas is impressive (to provide a small handkerchief smell bulls bucks! Behind these arenas is a school of dressage beautiful.
The walk into town is pretty nice, it is one of the oldest cities in Spain and it shows, medieval atmosphere warranty.
There are pell mell minaret, churches, bridges, walls, monastery, palace, chapels, places and narrow streets
The visit is on foot, tour buses are plentiful and parking away from the center, provide good shoes, the streets are paved and the old town is really steep.