Legend has it that Ronda was split apart by the gods as a result of too much arguing. Thankfully, the locals don’t bicker anymore and are now a downright friendly bunch. A jaw-dropping bridge was built to re-join the two sides of this small mountain city, making Ronda one of the most beautiful places in Spain.
Make sure to stroll around the city’s cobbled streets, take a ramble down below the bridge (an epic place for a shot of the city) and take in the views from the centre of the gorge. To keep costs low, head here by public transport (the tiny town has both a train and bus station) and stay in one of the local hostels in the city itself.