The Don Bosco House, is a modernist style mansion, which was built at the beginning of the 20th century by the architect from Ronda Santiago Sanguinetti.

It belonged to the engineer Don Francisco Granadino Pérez and his wife Doña Dolores Gómez Martínez, who had no offspring and after the death of Don Francisco in 1934 his wife donated it to the Salesian Congregation, since he was joined by a great friendship with them, so that a house of health and rest will be installed for Salesians old and sick of the order, having had such use since 1940., having said use since 1940.

Salón principal
Casa Museo Don Bosco Ronda


It preserves a beautiful courtyard decorated with Nazarite tiles and a complete representation of regional ceramics, stands out in one of its rooms the tapestries of the XiX century made by the Real Fábrica de Tapices de Madrid and its carved walnut wood furniture, in which the fireplace The main hall is the clearest example of rondeña craftsmanship in the purest Castilian style, as well as an important pictorial work of the Salesian Salvador Rosés.

Casa Museo Don Bosco Ronda

A must visit is the garden where we find a central parterre and wonderful views of the mountains that will be a delight for all its visitors, as well as being a privileged enclave that will place us in front of the most representative monument of the city, El Puente Nuevo.