The Iglesia de San Antonio, built in 1676 on the site of a former hermitage by the Manrique de Lara family, who had owned the village since May 1640. Inside, three naves are separated by Roman...
A 16th century renaissance-style palace which belonged to the Count and Countess of Frigiliana, the Manrique de Lara family. It was built using stone blocks from the old fortress. Known as El...
Its name comes from the Latin “Frexinius” which corresponds to the name of a Roman personality. Name of its inhabitants: Frigilianenses. Famous personalities: Hernando el...
UNIQUENESS This establishment is a new modern and comfortable building. CHARACTERISTICS The cuisine is based on traditional cooking, typical of this area, prepared with local products by...
This rural hotel is situated at the foot of the Sierra de Almijara, 3 kilometers from the town of Frigiliana, and enjoy panoramic views of both the mountains and the sea, being only 10 minutes from...
This hotel has 12 rooms spread simulating small farmhouses. All are different and have independent access directly from the outside. Its decoration is based on a adventurous style, with artisan...
The entire first stage, which is 219 km long, goes through Axarquía and includes 12 municipalities. This curvy route goes through towns and villages with Moorish influence, where bloody...
This vantage point is on the hill that climbes to the castle, more precisely, on a curve before coming to it. Spectacular view from this spot takes in the village of Frigiliana and the surroundings....
Frigiliana is a Spanish town in the district of Axarquía located in the Natural Park of Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama, so their environment is privileged for lovers nature and that of trekking.
Its white houses, its traditional cuisine and its Moorish past of narrow streets and passages make Frigiliana one of the favourite enclaves of those seeking to enjoy their holiday with all five senses. This town owns the purest popular architectural province of Arab origin and received the 1st National Award for Beautification of the Towns of Spain in 1982.
It is noteworthy that the British community residing in Frigiliana, as well as throughout the Axarquía, is very large.
IN FRIGILIANA YOU CANNOT MISS
The Palacio de los Condes (Palace of Condes) of Frigiliana, popularly known as 'El Ingenio', is a Renaissance mansion of the XVI century. It is currently the factory of molasses Nuestra Señora del Carmen (Our Lady of Carmen), the only traditional factory of this product that runs in Europe. In its facade, the decoration paintings with geometric motifs are highlighted. It was built partly with materials from the Moorish castle, which can be seen in the stones of its facade.
If you get close to the Tourist Office of Frigiliana, you will see Casa del Apero, which also houses the town library and the Archaeological Museum. It was built in the eighteenth century and initially was attached to ""El Ingenio"". Within the Archaeological Museum we can find a skull of the Neolithic, Phoenician vessels or Moorish dagger.
The church of San Antonio is the most prominent monument of Frigiliana. It was built in the XVII century in Renaissance style almost entirely. In the temple, there is a sculpture of San Anton of XVIII century made of polychrome wood. In the entrance porch, there is the choir, with a crown of rococo style, and on its main façade, you can see a shield of Bishop Fray Alonso de Santo Tomas.
Another monument worth visiting in the chapel of Santo Cristo de la Caña. The building dates from the XVIII century and has a revered size of neo-baroque style 'Ecce Homo'.
We can also find in Frigiliana, the remains of the Arab castle of Lizar. It is located on the top of the town and dates from the IX century .
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