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Comares

Diputación de Málaga
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    The remains of a wall of the castle of Comares, whose exact date is unknown, and which was transformed into a huge fortress during the Moorish occupation. It was built on what is today Camposanto...

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    Two arched gateways are still preserved in the most ancient streets of the village that are probably from the medieval era.

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    Some remains of an ancient city from between the IXth and Xth century can be seen about an hour’s walk from the village along a path. Several ceramic objects like water jars, some mosaics and...

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    Its name comes from the Arabic “hisn qumarich” meaning castle up the hill. Name of its inhabitants: Comarenos. Legend: There are two legends or stories that deal with the...

  • The Axarquía Vantage Point is close to the Town Hall, and offers magnificent views of this area. This is one of the highest viewpoints throughout the Axarquía , from where you can...

Some remains of an ancient city from between the IXth and Xth century can be seen about an hour’s walk from the village along a path. Several ceramic objects like water jars, some mosaics and even some human skeletons have been discovered here. The remains of some houses can also be appreciated as well as the famous water deposit

Links of interest

Escudo de Comares
Town Hall
Plaza Balcón de la Axarquía, s/n, 29195 
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952509300
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