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Casarabonela

Diputación de Málaga
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    This is a magnificent vantage point that overlooks the Valle del Guadalhorce, which is the result of Christian urban development conception from the Renaissance period applied to a Medieval Arab...

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    A bridge of Roman construction, although the structure that has survived up to the present is a Medieval pointed arch frame. It has undergone two reconstructions over time and is in very good...

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    Built half way through the 18th century, its floor plan is quite simple and has only one nave, a wooden coffered ceiling and an outstanding chapel, which has some intricate plasterwork on it. The...

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    WALK DESCRIPTION Our route starts from Ronda. In its initial stages this section follows the old path to Yunquera. The first stretch covers a little more than five kilometres, taking us...

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    WALK DESCRIPTION Our route starts from El Burgo beside the river Turon, where we take the path of ‘la Fuensanta’. After 1,400 metres the track becomes a narrow footpath that soon divides in two....

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    Casarabonela has been inhabited since the Neolithic Era, which is backed up by diggings in the area. However, the most important remains, due to their good condition, found in the area belong to the...

  • This viewpoint is placed in the Casarabonela Town Hall, on Buenavista Square. It offers breathtaking view of the Bermeja, Blanca and Pardas mountains that shelter and protect this charming village...

English information of Casarabonela on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board.

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Geographic Data
Surface 114 km2
Altitude 494 m
Latitude 36º 47'
Length -4º 50'
Distance to Málaga City 45 km
Demographics
Population 2599
Men 1363
Women 1236
Nationality Moriscos