The minaret is part of the village parish church, but it was once part of the Muslim mosque that stood on the same site, and which was transformed into a Christian place of worship. This minaret was...
The bridge over the Salares river is located on the east side of the hill that the village itself sits on. Built by the Romans, it connects both banks en un fuerte corado. It has one single eye and...
Its name probably comes from the salt deposits that existed in Roman times, a place which was known in those days as Salaria Bastitanorum. Name of its inhabitants: Salarenos. Leyend: The...
English information of Salares on the website of the Costa del Sol Tourist Board.
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