Saturday, 16 December, 2017

Tag: Ronda

Although residents have welcomed the news of the planned opening, a row has erupted over the hospital's name

We look forward to growing in strength over the next decade, with you alongside us

Maribel Marin revealed that the Junta de Andalucia is currently considering a new proposal to give Estepona's impressive Sierra Bermeja the status in conjunction with Ronda's Sierra de las Nieves

Steeped in history dating back to Roman times, a former watermill has been transformed into a luxury villa

Police discovered packaged marijuana ready to hit the streets

From bandit hideouts to Roman wine cellars, there is so much to see and so many great walks close to Ronda, writes Jon Clarke

Take a hike beneath one of Andalucia’s most dramatic landmarks with local expert Guy Hunter-Watts, author of Walking in Andalucia

A forward thinking, contemporary estate agency, Ronda Properties takes pride in its personal service and professional practice with a track record of successful sales

Ashley and Claire Higgins’ business caters for all ranges of biking ability from their base in the picturesque village of Montecorto

In the last 24 hours the 112 emergency services have responded to 520 weather-related incidents across Andalucia

It will be built in a rural area a few kilometres from the town

The awards recognise public buildings for their originality, innovation, design, sustainability and integration into the local community

Andalucia was as much a property hotspot 2,000 years ago as it is now, discovers Laurence Dollimore

4,000 trees will be stripped for cork

The festival featured 5,800 varieties of wine

Participants from villages and towns across the Serrania de Ronda created a colourful cavalcade that was occasionally interrupted by a brief skirmishes

New research has tracked the 16th century author’s own Don Quixote-esque voyage of Andalucia

The first-ever Salon Spain luxury car show will take place in Ronda on May 28-29

Nick Nutter follows the enterprise undertaken by fellow Brit Sir Alexander Henderson in the 19th century

It has not grown so extensively in the region since the Moorish empire

Dining Secrets of Andalucia editor Jon Clarke on the best of outdoor dining

Yet another case of poor management from the town hall’s planning department
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We've rounded up some of the best easy-reach, rainy day spots to prove there is much more to do here than just hit the beach

Rumour and abandoned proposals can also have an effect upon the value of a property

Crossing the bridge to lone travelling is a daunting prospect, but not one to be missed

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