The spectacular sheer cliffs of the gorge, El Tajo, split the ancient mountain town of Ronda into two sections: the old Moorish area, La Ciudad, and the new town, El Mercadillo. Spanning the gorge high above is the triple-arched 200-year-old stone bridge that links the old and new districts. Today, Ronda is regarded as being one of the must-see regions of Spain especially because of the historical relics that remain standing there. The city is also home to a number of impressive historical sites that attract people from all over the world. One of the most important sites of the city is the Plaza de toros de Ronda. This particular site is acknowledged as being the oldest bull fighting ring in the whole of Spain and is still used periodically to host bullfighting events.