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Monda

Diputación de Málaga
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    This is a public washing place which has a roof and is surrounded by arches which provide access to it as web as giving it a touch of architectural beauty. It dates back to the 16th century,...

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    Its origins go back to the Iberians. When the peninsular was dominated by the Arabs at the end of the 9th century, Omar Ben Hafsun, rebuilt the castle of Al Mundat, as an extra line of defence. Its...

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    WALK DESCRIPTION Our route starts in Yunquera at the side of the ancient mill of Los Patos. Next to a small bridge that crosses the river Plano we start a steep descent between small, irrigated...

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    WALK DESCRIPTION The name of the street, calle Istan, indicates the starting point of our route in  Monda, coinciding with the old pathway to the village of Istan. The first part of the way...

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    WALK DESCRIPTION Our route starts in Tolox, heading up the calle Erilla and leaving the village by the old pathway to Coin. Just before we reach the buildings of the co-operative olive press of...

  • This viewpoint, located at the end of Peragüera Street and between two diversions, the Marbella road and the old diversion to Monda (now called Calle Consejo), invites tp a pleasant walk...

Remains of the Roman highway between Monda and Cártama. There are three very easily distinguishable parts; the first, and the closest to the village preserved the original layout of the Roman highway, the second part, which is in very good condition, (the repairs made to it during the medieval period can be seen); and lastly the steepest. It still even has small steps that used to be used to raise the carts up onto the highway. There are also some remains of a single-arch Roman bridge next to the highway.

Links of interest

Escudo de Monda
Town Hall
C/ Valdescoba, 1, 29110 
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