RONDA residents have embraced a brand new environmental festival.
NaturaRonda drew in locals and tourists with talks, activities and workshops.
Organised by the town hall – in collaboration environmental groups – the event packed-out the Alameda del Tajo, the Vicente Espinel Theatre and the Casa de la Cultura.
Concerts, exhibitions and a market of natural, eco-friendly products also helped to make the weekend a ‘resounding success’.
Isabel Barringa, the first deputy mayor of Ronda, praised ‘the great atmosphere’ and the ‘enthusiastic participation of the public’.
Experts from all over Spain gave talks on topics including relaxation techniques, yoga, massage, beauty products and ceramics.
The festival – which promotes peace and co-operation – aims to highlight an alternative way of viewing and enjoying life.
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