An original way to see Ronda!
A via ferrata of initiation from which we can enjoy the most visited place in the province of Malaga, a gorge about 100 meters deep excavated by the Guadalevín River and on this the famous Puente Nuevo, the true emblem of this city.
Its origins are due to the construction, by the workers of the Sevillana, of masonry walls to hold the walls and prevent possible falls of stone on the mills, since in 1917 there was a terrible rock fall, leaving three flour mills were buried..
Next to this we can find another via ferrata, which is nothing more than the re-equipment of an old vertical road that the peasants of the town used to use as a shortcut.
This ferrata is ideal to start and enjoy the incredible views, although it is advisable to combine it with the via ferrata of Benaoján