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FORMER TOWN HALL
In the centre of the city, in a privileged location, next to the emblematic Puente Nuevo in Ronda, built in the year 1761, this Parador rises up over the former town hall. It is an impressive enclave, with unique views of the Tagus, in a gorge some 120 metres deep.
Blues, greens, yellows and reds make up the shades of the interior. The most colourful materials decorate the sofas and curtains of bright, spacious living rooms with an abundance of plants. It has a swimming pool and cheerful bedrooms with beautiful views and comfortable split-level suites with terraces.
The gastronomic side of the Parador includes excellent
Andalusian style dishes such as stewed partridge, roast kid, rabbit `a la
rondeña`, almond soup, `ajo blanco` (cold garlic soup) and `salmorejo`. The most
noteworthy desserts are `Yemas rondeñas` (sweet egg yolk flans), `tortitas de
miel` (cake with honey) and `queso de almendras` (almond cheese).
What to eat...
First class restaurant
The menu offered by this Parador ranks in the first class. Just some mouth-watering examples: partridge stew, roasted goat, Ronda rabbit, almonds soup, `ajo blanco`, and sweets such as Ronda `yemas` (yolks), honey pancakes, almonds cheese...
HOW TO GET THERE:
The Parador is located in the historical centre of Ronda, alongside the famous Tagus, next to the Puente Nuevo and the bullring. Ronda is located 118 km. from Málaga, the capital of the province.