It is located in the Plaza Eduardo Ocón.and it dates back to the 16th century. It is divided up into three naves on the inside and they are separated by pointed arches on pillars. The Mudejar...
This village pays homage to one of most renowned sons, D. Eduardo Ocón, through a monolith that was erected in his memory. This man was one of the most important musicians in the province...
The name Benamocarra comes from “Banu Mukarram”, the sons of Mukaramm, the name of the Berber tribe that founded the town. Name of its Inhabitants: Benamocarrenos. Famous...
English information of Benamocarra on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board.
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