Everything is an aesthetic enjoyment to the passer- by. But apart from the historic walk through its beautiful streets, the surroundings of Ronda, situated in what we could call “Humid Andalucia”, offers the visitor endless alternatives: rugged mountainous country, with peaks, caves and deep cliffs in which to practise potholing (the deep fissure of Gesm, for example, is considered the third deepest in the world, with its more than 1.100 metres in depth); extensive forests of conifers, in which we find that fir tree so outstanding and endemic that is the Spanish Fir tree, grouped within the Natural Park of “La Sierra de las Nieves”; “Sierra Bermeja”, just as much a refuge for the Pine trees; “Sierra Crestellina”, paradise for the Griffon vulture and a great variety of birds of prey. Places, needless to say, which will delight enthusiasts of nature and or rural tourism.