More than two centuries have passed since Ronda’s most emblematic monument was built. Known as the Puente Nuevo (or New Bridge) despite its long history, it is the municipality’s most iconic image and an exceptional witness to Ronda’s first La Vuelta departure. The Andalusian locality, however, already knows what it means to host a finish-line for the race, as it did in 2014 when John Degenkolb obtained the second of his four stage victories for that edition.

  • Unprecedented departure
  • 33.730 inhabitants
  • Province of Málaga | |

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