Puente Nuevo-Ronda,  Spain

Ronda is an ancient hilltop city just over an hours drive from Malaga in beautiful Andalucia, Southern Spain.  The Puente Nuevo,  or New Bridge, built in 1793, divides the casco antiguo, old town and allows access to the casco moderno,  new town of Ronda.  

The Puente Nuevo has the ability to take your breath away,  especially when you walk down the hillside into the Tajo de Ronda valley, to see the bridge in all its glory.  Wow! 


Blog post coming soon all about the spectacular city of Ronda. 

21 Comments Add yours

  1. Brooke Neal says:

    I recognize this place. We spent two weeks in Andalusia last spring and loved every minute (that my daughter wasn’t complaining) of it!

    1. Andalusia is a gorgeous place glad you enjoyed it! We had a mostly whinge free trip with the boys! Pewh!

  2. now that is one spectacular bridge. how glorious!

    1. Thank you it really is stunning

  3. dadbloguk says:

    That is a truly stunning location. Greta photo. Surely it’s been used in ab out a million films? #MySundayPhoto

    1. Thank you it totally looks like a film set film set first it!

  4. Jarek says:

    What stunning location and beautiful photo. That is spectacular and imposing bridge

    1. Thank you it really is a spectacular place

  5. Tara says:

    I agree with you, wow! What a breathtaking place. #MySundayPhoto

    1. Thanks Tara we had a wonderful time in this amazing place!

  6. Stunning Ronda, great picture #MySundayPhoto

    1. Thank you for stopping by to comment!

    2. Thank you. Ronda truly is stunning!

  7. Coombe Mill says:

    Oh my goodness that really would take your breath away. What a magnificent sight

    1. Thanks Fiona, it really is a breathtaking sight!

  8. Wow that is stunning, what an incredible thing to see

    Thank you for linking up

    1. Thank you it is even more stunning in person!

  9. Notmyyearoff says:

    What a stunning place to see and it must have taken them ages to build that!

    1. Over 50 years and 30 died, it’s an amazing construction!

  10. Emma T says:

    That’s amazing. Bet it’s breathtaking seeing it in real life.

    1. Thank you, yes it really takes your breath away!

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