This is the most interesting building of the urban centre of Iznate. It dates back to the 16th century, but has been restored on two occasions; once in 1884 and then in 1946. It has a single nave...
The emblazoned fountain (or the Virgen de los Dolores fountain) is located in the plaza of the same name, which also places the Church. It owes its name to a shield located on the fountain belonging...
Its name comes from the Arabic “hisnat” or “hinsauta” which could be translated to Spanish as castle or castles. Name of its inhabitants: Iznatenos. Famous...
The origin of the word Iznate can be traced to the Arab root “hisnat”, which means “castle”. Therefore, Hins Aute means the Castle of Aute. Whatever be the case, historians...
English information of Iznate on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board.
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