Ronda, Spain Ronda does not sit upon one strategically significant hilltop in the Andalusia region of Spain. It sits upon two hilltops, only 68 meters (223 feet) apart but separated by the 120 meter (400 feet) deep El Tajo Gorge. Ever since the Celts first built Ronda it has been an issue how to bridge the two sections of town.
Toro, Spain Spain’s Toro region has been the source of some of the country’s finest wines for centuries -- ancient Greeks taught the local Celtic tribes how to craft the libation at the end of the first century B.C. These were the first wines traded in the River Duero region, which flows from north-central Spain to Porto, Portugal. Visitors to Toro enjoy big red wines and snack on local chorizo amid rugged terrain.