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Alameda Del Tajo, Ronda

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  • The views are a wonder, gives equal as is the day. On clear days, cloudy, rainy days, all have their charm to enjoy narutayu here
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  • Spectacular tree-lined boulevard and botanical gardens of 19th century next to the square of bulls and the cornice of the Tagus. It consists of 5 avenues with plenty of plants ending with an impressive balcony over the abyss, you have to have the guts to take a look.
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  • Along with the cut that opens from the Tagus River, you can see breathtaking views and beautiful sunsets. Very busy place for residents and tourists.
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  • . A must-see park with a view. There are four major attractions to this lovely, typically Spanish, park right in the centre of Ronda. Firstly, the wonderful, shady, greenery. Palms and all sorts of beautiful trees and shrubs with benches to sit and contemplate as you listen to the fountains. Then there is a small aviary with ducks etc. for the children to coo over, as well as the children's playground at the end. And then there is the view. Or rather: The View. The View. To appreciate The View in all its glory, you need to step out onto one of the little "miradores" - the viewpoints at the very end. Most people, even those with vertigo, feel fairly confident in doing this, as they have waist-height railings. Until they realise . . . Until they realise that most of them are just suspended over the void, with nothing underneath them. :-) All depend how much faith you have in Spanish civil engineering and builders. But this is a MUST photo opportunity. In front of you a magnificent range of mountains; in winter you may even see a little snow sparkling on the top. If you peer down, you will see below the beautiful Vega of Ronda, the fertile plain, with a pretty winding country road. When you have taken your fill of the view (or have been overtaken by vertigo), turn towards the left and start walking. You go in front of an amazingly ugly public auditorium and then take a little alleyway bordered by small trees, each with a plaque below. Peer down and read them: they say something like this:"We were both born in May 1997". Families bought the tree to commemorate the birth of a child - sweet. If you continue down the path you will come to the bullring, the Parador, and the Puente Nuevo. Good views from there too, but nothing like what you get from the miradores in the Alameda del Tajo. .
  • It's a romantic city~ And it's a very special experience to see a nice garden up to the cliff....
  • A great park capped with sweeping views of the valley below and the surrounding mountains. Breathtakingly good. In winter the trees change color and add to the ambience.
  • Beautiful view and amazing spot to look over with your soulmate!!
  • Fantastic views and beautiful music played on a harp. Perfect