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Villanueva del Rosario

Diputación de Málaga
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      Recommended month to visit it: April . At the feet of the Sierra de los Camarolos and Sierra del Jobo, whose limestone landscapes possess great natural beauty, we find Villanueva del...

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    Esta ruta parte de Villanueva del Rosario, municipio al que llegaremos por la carretera N-331 una vez alcanzado el puerto de las Pedrizas (780m.). En dicho punto tomaremos la A-359 dirección...

Villanueva del Rosario is a town in the district of Nororma, in the province of Málaga, located next to an imposing mountain front formed by the sierra de Camarolos and the sierra del Jobo.

The natural saucedeño (people from Villanueva del Rosario) setting is richly varied, with beautiful landscapes, caves, sites and many other active tourism attractions.

 

VILLANUEVA DEL ROSARIO IS NOT TO BE MISSED

MONUMENTS

Important Visigoth remains have been found in the borough of Villanueva del Rosario. Close to the town centre, a number of very interesting Visigoth necropolises have been found.

Also of note are the ruins found on the Finca del Tardón and on the Peñón del Oso. Both sites dating back to the Copper Age.

Places to visit in the saucedeño town include the parish church, the Rincón and de los Escalones sites, the Fuente Vieja (Old Fountain), the Casa Burguesa and other beautiful examples of local Andalusian architecture.

The hermitage of Nuestra Señora del Rosario, dedicated to the patron saint of the village, lies between the sites of the Nacimiento and Hondoneros.

Where to eat

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Links of interest

Escudo de Villanueva del Rosario
Town Hall
Plaza de España, 9, 29312 
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Areas
Area Nororma
Geographic Data
Surface 44 km2
Altitude 697 m
Latitude 37º 01'
Length -4º 20'
Distance to Málaga City 41,4 km
Demographics
Population 3383
Men 1654
Women 1729
Nationality Saucedeños