The Muslim Palace is the palace where the Moors ruled the Ronda area. It is currently one of the older buildings in Ronda. This is a palace on the edge of the cliff, and you can still see it. But personally, I don’t think it is too attractive, so let’s walk by
The Muslim Palace is located on the south side of Marienplatz. It was the palace of Apomelik, ruler of Ronda in 1314. It has now been opened as a museum. In addition to the three courtyards inside, the Mudejar-style inner courtyard retains distinctive Islamic features, with horseshoe-shaped arches leading to the garden on the cliff top.
Andalusia, Spain...Ronda (Elopement town), the Muslim palace is on the main road of the town, on the edge of the high ground. There are three blocks leading to the high ground. We were on a high ground and found a church (no sign to buy tickets). In front of the church is a rectangular garden. There is a parking lot by the garden. There is a bar at the entrance of the parking lot, and there is a white church inside (the gate is locked).
Palacio de Mondragón (Palacio de Mondragón): Located to the west of the old city, it is now the Museo de Ronda (Museo de Ronda). This Muslim palace was rebuilt after the conquest of the Christian kings. There is a Mudejar style inside the palace. The courtyard is decorated with Arabic-style marble and tile mosaics, with horseshoe arches leading to the cliff-top garden. The Mondragon Palace is a good viewing platform.
The Muslim Palace is located on the south side of Plaza María Auxiliadora (Plaza María Auxiliadora). It was the palace of Abomelic, ruler of Ronda in 1314. It is now open as a museum. The Mudejar-style inner courtyard retains distinctive Islamic characteristics, with horseshoe-shaped arches leading to the garden on the cliff top. Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:00-18:00; Saturday and Sunday 10:00-15:00