Granada is the capital of the province
of Granada, in Andalusia, Spain. The Alhambra castle
is the most visted tourist site in this part of Spain.
Sevilla is the captital of Andalucia population of about 1.5 million. Seville was founded 45 BC as the Roman city Hispalis and was, after the Muslim conquest in 712, known as Ishbiliya.
Main attractions are the UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Alcázar palace complex and the Cathedral with the belltower La Giralda. Others: the old jewish quaters Santa Cruz, Torre del Oro and Plaza de Torres.
Ronda is one of the "pueblos blancos", situated in a mountainous area 750 m above sea level, west of Malaga. The Guadalevín River runs through the city in a 150 meters deep canyon; El Tajo.
The three bridges, Puente Romano , Puente Viejo and Puente Nuevo span the canyon.