Opened in the May Fair 1785, it is one of the oldest and most beautiful in Spain. It is neoclassical and has an interesting cover of stonework. The seats are arranged over two levels and there are 136 overlapping smooth stone columns with 68 arches. The gable roof is covered with Arabic tiles. It can hold up to 6000 people and has one of the largest arenas in Spain (60 meters in diameter). Underneath the stands you will find the Bullfighting Museum of Ronda. The truth is that it is impressive to step into the arena of the square and make a full turn and imagine the stands full. Very nice, I recommend a visit. You may be interested to visit the bullring in Mijas.
During our visit to the town of Ronda we sat down to eat in a small little square next to the museum. The museum sign caught our attention and we decided a visit would be interesting. It was. They have everything from pocket watches and fans to navigational instruments, weapons, instruments of torture and archaeological remains. Furthermore, they let you take photos and audio guides are available. Admission is cheap (4 €) and if you go in groups of more than 16 people you get in half-price. In an hour you can see this museum but if you like what you see and the owner is there he will be happy to assist you personally and explain everything. I recommend it.