Andalusian cuisine with bullfighting reminiscences
Besides the quintessential Andalusian dishes and Mediterranean recipes, at the Parador de Ronda you can enjoy specialities from the Ronda highlands, with outstanding stews and roasts, next to the iconic Puente Nuevo and the vertiginous Tagus. Traditional dishes, many of rural origin and, in the birthplace of modern bullfighting, details recalling bullfighting in some iconic recipes. Homemade desserts stand out at this Parador.
Malaga gastronomy to share
A complement to the traditional restaurant, El Manzel de Ronda is a gastronomic space in its own right with a more informal menu. Its cuisine, which is intended for sharing is associated with the regions of Malaga, and is based on traditional products. Jabugo acorn-fed Iberian ham, La Serranía cheeses, white garlic, mango and avocado salad, stuffed anchovies, rice with prawns, pumpkin cream, alboronia, Andalusian tapas, sirloin muffins.
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The best views of the Serranía
The city of Ronda is ideal for a leisurely tour, allowing you to appreciate the ancient Moorish medina on the south bank of the River Guadalevín, cross the New Bridge and walk along the Alameda del Tajo and its avenues, which are full of vegetation, to the impressive balcony over the edge of the abyss. The Puente Nuevo and the Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Ronda are two symbols of the city and are unmissable.
Ronda’s natural environment is no less beautiful than the city itself; it is surrounded by protected areas and the Sierra de la Grazalema, Sierra de las Nieves and Los Alcornocales Natural Parks.A superb setting for a unique city.