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Casarabonela

Diputación de Málaga
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    Built in the 19th century according to a square floor plan layout. On the interior of the Ermita there is small courtyard full of flowers. The location of the Ermita provides some amazing views for...

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    A bridge of Roman construction, although the structure that has survived up to the present is a Medieval pointed arch frame. It has undergone two reconstructions over time and is in very good...

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    This is a magnificent vantage point that overlooks the Valle del Guadalhorce, which is the result of Christian urban development conception from the Renaissance period applied to a Medieval Arab...

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    WALK DESCRIPTION Our route starts from El Burgo beside the river Turon, where we take the path of ‘la Fuensanta’. After 1,400 metres the track becomes a narrow footpath that soon divides in two....

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      Recommended month to visit it:  November . We will take the old road to La Dehesa, which used to be the link between Casarabonela and the Roman Way that connected the Valle del...

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    WALK DESCRIPTION Our route starts in Tolox, heading up the calle Erilla and leaving the village by the old pathway to Coin. Just before we reach the buildings of the co-operative olive press of...

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    Casarabonela has been inhabited since the Neolithic Era, which is backed up by diggings in the area. However, the most important remains, due to their good condition, found in the area belong to the...

There are two important archaeological sites outside the urban centre; the Taivilla (from the Roman era) and the Los Villares (an ancient Medieval settlement). Neither of them are signposted and some of them have not even been excavated.

Links of interest

Escudo de Casarabonela
Town Hall
Plaza de Buenavista, 1, 29566 
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