The Casa de la Reina Mora, with its two Roman arches and whitewashed brick kiln is also known as the Torre Mudéjar or the Casa del Diezmo. It is an example of the Mudéjar architecture...
The parish church of Nuestra Señora del Rosario y San León Magno is located in the higher part of the town, which means that the terrace of this 16th building, which stands on the site...
The meaning of the name of Canillas de Aceituno alluding to its numerous olive groves is the generally accepted one. However, the fact that the Moors had an important business in this town making...
English information of Canillas de Aceituno on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board.
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