An arch made out of red a brick that has the name Casarabonela on it on the upper part. It was built after the Civil War and it is known locally as Arco de la Fuente del Piojo.
It is an ancient oil mill that has been preserved in almost perfect condition. This mill aimed at obtaining olive oil, first for animal traction and later on by mechanical traction, and flour, using...
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...
Ideally situated between important villages of Malaga’s interior tourist offer such as Carratraca, Casarabonela, Álora and Pizarra, nestling on a tranquil plain by the banks of the...
The sixth stage of the entire route starts in the area of the Sierra de las Nieves and goes deep into the Serranía de Ronda . It lies between Campo de Gibraltar...
English information of Casarabonela on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board.
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