Alameda del Tajo

Park in Ronda 

Walking Paseo De Blas Infante
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The Alameda del Tajo, formerly known as Alameda de San Carlos, is a tree-lined promenade and botanical garden that dates back to the early 19th century and is located in Ronda, Spain. The word alameda refers specifically to a grove of poplar trees, but it has become attached to any tree-lined avenue or boulevard.

It is located next to the Plaza de Toros and on the edge of the Tajo ledge. It is formed by five landscaped avenues, which represent a selection of mature trees typical in ornamental gardening in the Málaga province. The park also includes fountains, duck pond, and bird enclosure and a childrens playground. The avenues lead to a promenade with balconies from where you can see the Hoya del Tajo and the Serranía de Ronda.

By the Virgen de la Paz entrnace  you’ll see a statue of the founder of Ronda bullfighting Pedro Romero.

The evening “paseo” is still a strong tradition in Spain with whole families taking to the streets for a long, leisurely stroll, where they can meet up and chat to with friends. The alameda is the inevitable hub of the paseo.

The Alameda del Tajo appears in our Complete Guide to Visiting Ronda !

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Visiting Alameda del Tajo

Address: Alameda del Tajo, Paseo Blas Infante, 1, 29400 Ronda, Málaga, Spain
Duration: 30 minutes

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