This parish church has only one nave and is built on then site of the ancient mosque.
Dated from the 13th century, this belfry is part of a Christian temple, which was originally an Arab prayer tower, and became the bell tower of the Church of Our Lady of the Conception. The minaret...
The name Arenas comes from “El Arenal” (Sandy Spot) in reference to the deposits of sand and gravel which the river leaves behind as it passes the old farm house. Name of its...
In the years leading up to the Christian conquest of the area, the village of Arenas, then in Muslim hands, was home to a muleteer who sold silk and other products from the Axarquía...
English information of Arenas on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board.
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