Check out the exhibit upstairs. One of the few that adds context to artifacts and a geological explanation for the land forms.
We loved this tiny Palace which was home to a Moorish ruler and visited it more for the building itself than for the museum which is situated on the first floor. On the day we visited, there was a sign outside telling us entry was free that day - we dont know how much entry usually is but would have... More
This museum is across the gorge from the parador, take the first road on your right and keep on past a couple of turns. Look around the moorish architecture and pretty gardens with views over the gorge. Don't miss the museum's galleries featuring many exhibits about the history of the area, but be aware there is an exhibit of cave... More
I wouldn't describe it as a little Alhambra (I have been to Granada to see that magnificent sight) but it is worth a visit for it does have the Moorish influence. The whole City of Ronda is worth a visit as there is so much to see. Our favourite little find was the San Juan Bosco with it's beautiful gardens.... More
My family enjoyed our visit to this former palace, the adults enjoyed the architecture whilst the children loved the section devoted to graves and burials. An interesting enough place, someone has previously described it as a "miniature alhambra", perhaps slightly overstating it but I realise what they mean. The gardens, with the outstanding views are a delight.
This is the first place one has to visit in Ronda, together with the house of Don Bosco. It has a tremendous architecture and great view over the gorge. Years ago I studied Advanced Spanish under the flowering orange trees right in the heart of this mini Alhambra.
If you have already been to Granada and seen the Alhambra or the Mesquita in Cordoba, this place is has little to offer. The hotel gave us free tickets to visits the place after 18.00, that was a relief, if in Ronda with time to spare, do pop in. Took three photos just to say we visited the place
This was considered a "must see" in our guidebook, but we found it disappointing. It's in a neat old building, but the few exhibits about the local area seemed tired and were not all that interesting.
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