Ronda The Gate of Philip V of Spain The Gate of Philip V: Named after the then King Philip V of Spain, this gate was once the only way to the town. The city gate has a long history, the original gate has been destroyed, and what we see now is the appearance after it has been rebuilt. The city gate is in front of King Moore’s house, and under the cliff below is Ronda New City.
After passing the new bridge, we can see that there are fork roads on the left and right sides, which are easy to distinguish. There is a large-scale tile painting on the left fork road. The scenery of the Ronda cliff is painted along the tiles on the right side. Road, you can reach Arco de Felipe, the gate of Philip V, which is a good place to watch the white buildings of Ronda. Here in Andalusia, southern Spain, it is popular to paint the house in various colors, especially white.
The Gate of Philip V is named after Philip V of Spain. It is next to the old bridge of Ronda. It used to be the old city gate leading to Ronda, but it has been damaged. Currently, this one was newly built later. However, this city gate is still of historical significance, so don’t miss it when you walk through here
Philip V Gate, built in the 16th century and named after King Philip V, would not have looked at it carefully if it had not known history, for it is too obscure now. But before the new bridge was built, it was indeed the gate of the old town of Longda, but now it was renovated. Underneath it was the old town of Longda, which came through the great slopes, gravel-paved roads, and turned on the slopes. We walked here just as a car was flying through Phillip V Gate, a little bit of a history walk. No tickets, definitely passing the way to the Old Bridge, very few people here, along with the Old Bridge, the viewing platform above, can be very leisurely strolling.
The Gate of Philip V, built in the 16th century, was named after King Philip V. If you don't understand history, you won't look at it carefully, because it is too unremarkable now. However, before the new bridge was built, it was indeed the gate of the old city of Ronda, but what we see now has been repaired later. Below it is the Longda Old Bridge, which comes through a large slope and a stone paved road, at the position where the slope turns. When we got here, there happened to be a car passing through the Philip V Gate quickly, a bit of history. Without tickets, you will definitely pass by on the way to the old bridge. Very few people come here. Together with the old bridge and the viewing platform above, you can stroll around leisurely.