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The White Towns of Andalusia |An ideal place to visit

Andalusia White Villages

Are you in love with a fancy crispy white color? Would you like to visit a place with charming whitewashed villages? If yes then this is the place to be. Situated in the Southern Part of Spain, Andalusia unravels a wonderland of simple yet fascinating whitewashed villages. The villages are dotted with several white houses that date back to Roman and Moorish times. There are many towns enriched with this immense beauty granting visitors lots of exploring zones to choose from.

The Charming Ronda

Well known for having one of the oldest bullrings in Spain (Plaza de Toros), Ronda sits on the escarpments of the El-Tajo gorge and is connected to Oldtown by the beautiful Puente Nuevo (New Bridge). Its strategic location offers visitors a thrilling view of the mind-blowing landscape. The best way to explore Ronda is by strolling down the narrow street where you will not only witness the amazing Pueblos Blancos (white villages) but also the delightful Spanish culture including different cuisines. There is a lot of fun once you get to Ronda, the only limitation being time.