Hotel Molino del Arco

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Partido de Los Frontones A374, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain
Hotel Molino del Arco
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Car hire without a credit card!

by cellorac

Ok, so we live in the stone ages! But we don't have a credit card and need to hire a car. Can anyone think of a way around this problem? Quickly?!

Re: Car hire without a credit card!

by kathymof

Contact the company in advance and find out how much cash you would need to give them. Then get a receipt for the cash or you will probably never see it again. Probably time to get some plastic - you don't have to use it but it sure does come in handy at times like this.

Re: Car hire without a credit card!

by En3RGy

Hi Sr.

In costa del sol all the companies who rent car´s ask for a cc as a guarantee of the car.Well, i dont know if any company accepts a cash as deposit for the car.Try to call europcar malaga , the numer is 0034 952 048 518 , this is the main office in the airport.

Let me know if they accepts this service because i work in hotels and allways i have to ask about cc.

See u

Travel Tips for Ronda

Ronda symbols

by Martin_S.

Festival, Culture and History, is what the plaque dedicating the bullring and the stature of elToro standing outside.....this is a life size and very acurate statue of a irate bull, would not want to be the one to face him with only a fancy cape in my hands.
The second photo shows the Ronda city symbol, emblazoned on the city hall.
The last photo shows one of the most common decoration types in Spain, the use of the ceramic tile, here showing the layout of the entire town of Ronda.

El Tajo y el Puente Nuevo

by Carmela71

Ronda´s layaout is interesting as one part of the town is situated at the edge of a steep rock-face, along the center of which is situated a kind of canyon (Tajo de Ronda).

(the Celtic name Arunda signified "surrounded by mountains"), so here comes the name of Ronda Puente Nuevo , the "new bridge", which is over Tajo river in a height of almost 100 meters.

It looks like an old Roman aqueductus, but was built in 18th century

It divides the old city from the newer city and its suburbs.

The Old Bridge

by sandysmith

The older bridge - the Puente Viejo - built in the 16th century (but probably on remnants of an earlier bridge) was formerly the one navigable link between Mercadillo and La Ciudad until the completion of the new bridge - the Puente Nuevo. Its a striking view looking up to it - note the balconied niches on the bridge itself were introduced as part of restorations in the 18th century.
Just like the new bridge is was built to join the Moorish settlement with the new quarter that had grown up around the small market place, now known as Padre Jesus, after the conquering of the city.

the Puente Nuevo

by MATIM

A little bit further you find the 18th century bridge here you have a marvellous view at the ravine.
It divides the old town (la Ciuded) and the more modern district called Mercadillo.
I read that during the civil war they threw francistische sympathizers into the gorge!
Hemingway names this in his novel for "whom the bell tolls".
Inside the arches of the bridge is what used to be a guard house and a prison.

Town Mural

by sandysmith

Just opposite the Cafe de Ronda is this ceramic mural giving a good overview of the town t help ypu get your bearings. Failing that opposite the Bull ring is a tourist office that can provide you with town maps and the most important sights to see.

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Address: Partido de Los Frontones A374, Ronda, Costa del Sol, 29400, Spain