The town of Ronda is small but beautiful. It is set on top of a ravine giving it beautiful views of the nearby country side, and a very unique bridge connecting the town across this rocky divide.While Ronda's fame may have been connected to Hemmingway and his novel "for whom the bell Tolls", tho town can stand on it's own feet as being worthy of a visit. This photo is from a top the famous bridge looking down into the depths of the ravine. I made the mistake of taking a bus and only spending the day--in the future I hope to rent a car and spend a night. This would give me more time in Ronda, more freedom to stop in the beautiful country side along the way, and no car sickness Ojala.