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The Cueva de la Pileta (Cave of the Pool in English) is in the province of Málaga (Spain) has cave paintings and was discovered in 1905. The cave had been discovered by a Spanish farmer called José Bullón in 1905 who was looking for bat guano around…

Acinipo was a city created for retired soldiers from the Roman legions more than 2,000 years ago. Situated about 15 kilometres from Ronda the Acinipo ruins include a Roman theatre still in use today. Acinipo is known locally as Ronda la Vieja,…

Pujerra, in the Genal valley, is home to a fascinating museum that celebrates the area’s fame as a producer of chestnuts and also gives an insight into how the people of the area used to live in the 19th century. The exhibits are spread over three…

The castle offers a 360 degree view of the area, with a splendid vista of Serranía de Ronda and the Campo de Gibraltar. Ancient Iberian ceramics have been found in the castle’s water deposit. Though the Romans were the first to put a castle on…

The crystal clear water that forms the Genal river appears in torrents from the depths of a beautiful hollow on the outskirts of Igualeja. The water cascades down a series of waterfalls and past a cafe restaurant that is open all year round.…

Crystal-clear and exceptionally cold water rushes out of the mountainside and into a natural lagoon. A fantastic spot for a picnic and/or to cool off after a morning’s sightseeing in the Serrania Ronda. Take the road from Ronda to Benaoján and look…

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