The village’s parish church was originally a hermitage that was part of Mollina and ultimately Antequera. It was built at the end of the 19th century in 1891, at first, for Ntra. Señora de las...
Classified as a church, it features a main altar dominated by an enormous Baroque altarpiece with Solomon columns whose exuberance is in stark contrast to the building’s simple exterior. It is...
This viewpoint offeres magnificent views of the south of the Province of Málaga and its fascinating scenery. Everything that water unroots during heavy rains ends at the chalky rock of El Torcal in...
The “Carrera de Cintas a Caballo”, which was declared as Fiesta de Interês Turîstico Nacional de Andalucîa in 1999, is organised and run by “Manolas mayores”, a group of women dressed in typical...
UNIQUENESS This grill restaurant, furnished in a rustic style, has an Andalusian patio and a tavern. It is placed in the old town of Casabermeja and has excellent views. The speciality of the house...
UNIQUENESS At the Restaurant Reflectiorio, you will find not only superb gastronomy, but also wonderful views that you can enjoy while tasting delicious food. CHARACTERISTICS The chef of the...
This viewpoint, placed close to the Arco de los Gigantes (the Giant's Arch), offers astonishing panoramic views over the town of Antequera. The view takes in numerous churches, towers, bell gables,...
In the North of the mountain ranges which cross the province, from the Serrania de Ronda up to the mountains of the Axarquia, there is a territory, which is at the same time a cross-way of eastern and western Andalusia, of the Andalusia of the Guadalquivir and the Mediterranean one.
Its central location has permitted the development of the main communicating junction and the natural corridor, which throughout history canalized the communications between upper and lower Andalusia, between Granada and Seville, and which supported an important exchange between men and cultures.
The region of Antequera is composed by plain lands and wavy fields, which are dotted by hillocks and hills, and offers the visitors a landscape of meadows, fields and monuments from the caves of San Marcos to Cañete la Real. Antequera’s monuments that are created by men, such asdolmens and baroque churches, convert it into a jewel of historic Andalusian heritage. Its natural monuments, which extend from the Fuente de Piedra to the Sierra del Torcal, make water become the sovereign of the landscape. One of them is a holy shelter of flamingos and the other a mysterious stone temple, which has been carved by water since the mountains rose from the sea.
Beyond Antequera, from Campillos to Teba and from Ardales to Bobadilla, the rivers transformed themselves into lakes and the hillocks crowned themselves castles and fortresses, joining nature and history all along one of the most attractive tours of Andalusia. To all that we have to add the significant monumental riches, particularly artistic and archaeological, of the town of Antequera, that include some of the most important national places of interest, such as the Real Colegiata de Santa Maria la Mayor, which is doubtlessly the most significant monument of the city due to its magnificence and its exceptional location.
Products derived from stock farming, milk products, and fruit and vegetables.
Stonework, textile, wood and forge works.
Wine-producing technologies, auxiliaries for the construction sector, and alternative energies.
Cultural heritage congresses and incentives, and nature.
More English information of Antequera on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board.