A late 16th-century construction that provides the highlight of the village centre. Its noble design is supported by pillars with half-point arches on the ground floor, whose left-hand room has a...
It was not so long ago that village folk did not leave their place of birth unless forced to do so in order to make a decent living. Few, if any, travelled for pleasure alone; tourism was...
The name Alfarnate comes from the Arabic word“al-farnat” meaning flour mill. Name of its inhabitants: Alfarnatenos. Nickname: palancos. Interesting stories: One of the...
English information of Alfarnate on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board
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