Ronda is a town in the Spanish province of Málaga. Located about 105 km west of the city of Málaga, in the autonomous region of Andalusia. It is now one of the towns and villages that make up the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. Prehistoric settlements dating back to the Neolithic Age have been preserved around the town, including stone paintings of the Cueva de la Pileta cave. Ronda is situated in a mountainous area about 750 metres above mean sea level. The Guada Levín River runs through the town and divides it into two parts. There are three bridges, one of which is the Puente Romano 'Roman Bridge'. The 'Corrida Goyesca' is a unique and historic bullfight held once a year in Ronda's Toros de Ronda square. Ronda's location provides stunning views of the Serranía de Ronda mountains.