Discover Ronda Spain and the Famous Puente Nueva Bridge
Who doesn’t know the famous image of the old bridge of Ronda? It is iconic of the pueblos blancos (the white villages) of southern Spain and seeing this bridge is on the bucket list of many travelers.
The Puente Nueva Bridge (New Bridge) was built in 1793 AD and connects Ronda from Moorish times with the more modern village of Ronda. Both parts of Ronda are divided by the El Tajo Canyon and the river Guadalevín. The New Bridge is one of three bridges in Ronda. You can also find the Roman Bridge (Puente Romano or Puente San Miguel) and the Old Bridge (Puente Árabe or Arab Bridge).