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The gorge splitting Ronda's old and new towns is absolutely spectacular! Take the old stone steps all the way to the bottom, if you dare; you have to come back up the same way. A sunset stroll along the gorge takes you from a bustling promenade and zocalo with live music, past the Parador (ask for a top-floor room with a patio facing the gorge), across the New Bridge (300 years old is new), and into the old town's maze of narrow streets lined with shops, restaurants, and small inns. The new town has more cafe options for later evening, and the tour-worthy and historic Plaza de Toros. If you have a car, don't miss the nearby Cueva de la Pileta and its Neolithic and Paleolithic cave drawings - amazing!
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