Casa Del Rey Moro

Casa Del Rey Moro, Ronda - Recenzie

Casa Del Rey Moro
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Historické lokality • Architektonicky významné budovy
10:00 - 21:30
Monday
10:00 - 21:30
Tuesday
10:00 - 21:30
Wednesday
10:00 - 21:30
Thursday
10:00 - 21:30
Friday
10:00 - 21:30
Saturday
10:00 - 21:30
Sunday
10:00 - 21:30
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kathygaston
San Pedro de Alcantara, Španielsko220 contributions
A MUST when visiting Ronda
okt 2020 • Páry
If you want to experience beautiful scenery and have a little active climb down and up, you must come and explore Casa Del Rey Moro!
Written 20. októbra 2020
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Ogi0
Sofia, Bulharsko14 381 contributions
A small palace with a beautiful garden
aug 2020
This is a small palace that is not open to visitors, with a very nice little garden and a very interesting water mine. It was through the water mine that the city was liberated from the Moors. Prepare for a great descent and ascent if you want to reach the mine itself.
Written 2. septembra 2020
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Red
Londýn, UK15 contributions
Ok but obscures some history
júl 2020
The visit comprises of a beautiful 20th C garden and a deep water mine from the Moorish period (14th C?). The neo-mudéjar house is shut for renovations. There is an audioguide accessed for free via an app. Would recommend comfortable shoes to descend and ascend the uneven staircase to the mine.

The visit is worthwhile but the audioguide could be improved. I thought when visiting the mine we'd learn more about the Moorish period in Ronda (lasting some 772 years!) and what the mine meant for the city, but the focus of the audioguide was almost exclusively on the fall of the city to the invading Christians, from the perspective of a Moorish traitor - in which the mine played a central role - and the Moors' use of Christian slaves in the mine - both valid topics but the focus on them erased a lot of history. The only time the guide mentions how the mine was used in previous centuries before the conquest is through 16th century 'rumours.' It seems it is preserved as a monument for the Christian conquest.

Sadly other monuments in Ronda dating from the Moorish period are also poorly displayed - either in ruins (the Alcázar) or not signposted (the Minaret). Luckily the Baños Árabes have more information if you want to find out more about the period.
Written 18. júla 2020
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Nacho R
Bristol, UK242 contributions
Nice historical viait
júl 2020 • Rodinné
There is a little garden with water right through it and a very impressive vertical gallery where the water was brought up to Ronda for centuries. It’s amazing on the way down but very tiring on the way back up! You must be fit or we do not recommend it. We downloaded the audio guide for iPhone and it worked a great during the visit explaining the way the water gallery worked and how it was eventually breached during the Reconquista. Well worth a visit with teenagers , not for young children or elderly people.
Written 13. júla 2020
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MJFGWM
Melbourne, Austrália389 contributions
Not worth €6.50
mar 2020 • Páry
Lots of steps that were wet and slippery. We found out later there was an audio tour included that we were not offered.
The young guy was disinterested in us, as we were leaving he showed much more interest in two young girls trying to talk them into going offering them a big discount.
It was dirty slippery wet and no real story.
Written 12. marca 2020
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LuizDutraNeto
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8 549 contributions
Remembering the Arab Sultans of Ronda ....
mar 2019
"La Casa del Rey Moro" dates from the 14th century and, as legend says, it was the residence of Sultan Almonated. The complex includes the house itself, a small garden and the water mine. Along the years, it has undergone several renovations and probably lost many of its original characteristics. As of today, the house is closed for renovations, and you can only visit the small garden and the water mine. Entry fee costs expensive E$6,00. And before entering, be aware that the garden gives access to "La Mina" (the water mine), through an islamic staircase of uneven 231 steps carefully carved in the rocks, what is equivalent to a 20-storey building. The way down is tough, slippery, almost dark, with water dripping in some parts. After it, you will emerge at the bottom of the gorge, at the water mine itself - the only source of water in medieval Ronda. You gotta be very well fit, as you still have 231 steps to climb up back ... Enjoy!
Written 24. februára 2020
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magix666
Doncaster, UK69 contributions
Lovely, quiet and charming place
nov 2019 • Páry
Visited twice already as I like history and the charming garden... no matter how much they charge for entrance I still like to visit there
Written 11. januára 2020
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pleasantinterlude
Singapur, Singapur738 contributions
Fascinating
dec 2019
Casa del Rey Moro is a complex consisting of water mine, Forestier's garden and a neo-Mudejar House that is now under restoration. The garden was quite small so the highlight of the visit was the water mine (La Mina).

The visit involves a descent of 60 meters, equivalent of 20-storey building. The place was damp, with uneven stairs (about 200 or so), minimum lighting, and water dripping in some parts. The steps pass through some chambers. When we emerged at the bottom of the gorge, it is beautiful and tranquil. However, we soon had to pay for that by climbing the same set of stairs to get back up!

For those who love history, I believe the place is fascinating as it is an important relic of Ronda's Moorish occupation.
Written 13. decembra 2019
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Gabrielle B
Paríž, Francúzsko1 contribution
Terrible visit, a Ripoff
nov 2019 • Páry
We visited today. 6€ per person. You receive a flyer explaining the three parts of the visit : the garden, the water mine and the beautiful house.
The garden is tiny but pretty.
The mine consists of many steps down through a stone construction seeping water everywhere down to a platform on the river.
And the HOUSE IS CLOSED!!!
A real ripoff. Don't go
Written 8. novembra 2019
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Hermes_NL 🇳🇱
Amsterdam, Holandsko19 817 contributions
Partially closed for renovations
nov 2019
Because the house itself is closed due to renovations at the moment, you can only see the beautiful gardens. And of course the famous La Mina, the 330 steps partially inside the mountain to the river down deep, to always ensure a water supply even if beleaguered. This is quite a sturdy walk in very damp circumstances, be wary! For these two items the entrance fee of 6 euros is a bit steep.
Written 4. novembra 2019
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