Ronda has been voted the prettiest town in Spain on numerous occasions and it is not hard to see why. Its elegant town centre, surrounded by open countryside and mountains, makes this area an ideal holiday destination.
Ronda has a wonderful selection of formal restaurants and traditional tapas bars. Popular tapas include the Bellota jamón, sourced from the Iberian pigs fed purely on acorns, and the Payoyo cheese, sourced from the goats which are out to pasture in the nearby farms. For those with a sweet tooth, the nuns at the convent produce a selection of cakes. There are also locally produced wines and bodegas/wineries open to the public for visits.