This Mudejar-style church was built in the 16th century. It has three naves, seven pointed arches and four columns and a vault covered in Mudejar marquetry. On the inside, the most remarkable piece...
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...
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...
UNIQUENESS El Molino de Abuelos goes back to the year 1800, when it was used as an olive-oil mill. The house has a patio and wonderful views. It was restored and transformed into a country house...
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...
Comares is a Moorish village located on the border between the region of Axarquía and the Montes de Málaga. It is known as the "Balcony of the Axarquía" because of its privileged position on a mountain top.
Its labyrinth-like streets and its architecture, a reflection of its Moorish roots, are the most characteristic features of its urban landscape. The Ruta de la Pasa (Route of the Raisin) should not be missed. This village is also the birthplace of verdiales, a particular style of folk song in the villages of Malaga and which carries the name of the village.
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The Comares Castle and the Aljibe de Mazmúllar form part of the rich heritage left by the Arabs in this village of Axarquía. The fortress still preserves two of its turrets and part of the ancient wall, which is known as La Tahona. The well, built during the 13th century, was declared a national Historical-Artistic Monument.
The Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación is another one of the main architectural features of Comares. This Mudejar-style church is located at the highest part of the village. It was built during the 16th century, although the Sagrario chapel was added at a later date. It has three naves and its distinctive features include its Mozarabic tower.
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