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Diputación de Málaga

  • Palacio del Marqués de Villadarías

    This is the best Baroque building of its kind in all Antequera. It is a Palace commissioned by Francisco del Castillo y Fajardo, the second Marquis of Villadarías. This person also held other...

    Benarrabá. Vista aérea con Iglesia Ntra Sra Encarnación

    Dating back to the XVIIth century and rebuilt in the XVIIIth. The most interesting feature of this church is its decoration, which is done polychrome relief and the outstanding plastered polychromes...

  • Finca San Javier

    This is typical of the estates that abounded in the rural surroundings of the city of Malaga in the XIX and early XX centuries.

  • Plumilla de Cútar

    The name Cútar appears to have been derived from the Arabic “Cautzar”, meaning “fountain of paradise ".Archaeological remains found in the town point to human...

    Plumilla de Moclinejo

    According to some historians the name Moclinejo comes from the Arab word "Moclin", which means "lugar de distrito”.The town of Moclinejo was the scene of a an important historic...

    Francisco Romero (torero)

    Born in Ronda around 1700, he was the head of the family of the same surname. He is famous in the world of bullfighting as the man thought to have invented the muleta, a stick with a red cloth...

  • Complejo Turístico Rural La Garganta, El Chorro, Álora 12

    This resort is located in one of the most impressive landscapes in Malaga: the Gaitanes Gorge in the heart of El Chorro. The complex is formed by a set of 27 apartments, for up to 76 people,...