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If you have been or are planning to go to Malaga, you’ve probably heard of Marbella, the home of the rich and famous. Puerto Banús, the luxury marina named by its builder José Banús, is filled with luxury cars and yachts, incredibly expensive shops and maybe even a few international celebrities. 7. Ronda Ronda, situated on top of a hill, is a breathtaking town that many would call a must-visit. Its Old Town, which has its origin in the Muslim Al-Andalus, is separated from the newer part of town (which originated approximately in the 15th century) by an impressive gorge, covered by a bridge. Ronda even features, if not by name, in Ernest Hemingways Novel For Whom The Bell Tolls, which tells a story about the Spanish Civil War. Ronda was taken by Francos Army, while the Republicans who stayed loyal to the democratic government fled to Malaga city.Yolanda Carhell
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