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Diputación de Málaga
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    The original building that was the church/convent was built at the beginning of the 16th century outside the town on the road to Monda (in an area known as Partido de los Angeles). However, there...

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    Situated next to the cemetery, this hermitage was built at the end of the 15th century after the reconquest by the Catholic Kings. It has a Gothic façade. The inhabitants from the village...

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    Los Caminos de Jubrique and El Arabí In Benalauría, at Plaza del General Viñas, fi nd the streets Iglesia and Cruz (towards the east) and arrive at la Fuente de la Cruz, at a...

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    From this viewpoint you can enjoy wonderful view of the village of Ojén, one part of the coast and the town of Fuengirola. There is to climb up a drop of approximately 500m, which is 5 km...

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    The name Arenas comes from “El Arenal” (Sandy Spot) in reference to the deposits of sand and gravel which the river leaves behind as it passes the old farm house. Name of its...

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    There is a theory about the origin of the name of the town which claims that “totalán” means “pastry” in Arabic. Name of its inhabitants: Totalanenos or totalenos....

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    Its name comes from the Arabic “narixa, naricha or narija”, which is Pre-Roman, and although not all together clear, could mean plentiful spring. Name of its inhabitants: Nerjenos....