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Diputación de Málaga
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    Situated between the rivers Genal and Guadiaro, this hermitage is visited by the inhabitants of Casares, accompanied by a statue of their Virgin, during the traditional May pilgrimage. Occasionally,...


    One of this town’s most striking architectural features are the ruins of the Arabic fortress. Located in the upper district, it may have been built on foundations of Roman origin. It is...

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      Recommended month to visit it: May . In Casares the legends intermingle creating a foundation of stories that has grown strong in the imagination of its neighbours. Anyone who walks the...


    Located in Casares, Ancha Beach is a gem on the Costa del Sol. This is a very beautiful beach, 1300 metres long and 50 metres wide. The sea here is suitable for swimming and is usually very calm....

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    Due to the number of different cultures that passed through Andalusia over history and ended up inhabiting, Casares, in Roman times had its own coin minting. The Romans were also the ones who first...

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    Situated in a strategic location of the Costa del Sol, “Doña Julia” is a Golf course which is perfectly integrated in a natural environment set in an area...


    Finca Cortesín is an 18 holes championship golf course designed by world famous golf course architect Mr. Cabell Robinson who worked many years for the Robert Trent Jones Group. With an...


    Casares Costa Golf was inaugurated on January 1st, 2008, and it was designed by Juan Carlos Martinez. The course offers wonderful panoramic views of the mountains and the sea. It also has the...

Located 4 km. from the town itself, at Cortijo de Alechipe (a private estate), it still retains part of its walls, though these are largely in ruins.

The layout of the village is clearly defined; in fact, it is the second best-preserved Phoenician settlement in Spain. An altar dedicated to youth and another to the fortune of Augustus can be found here. In the north of the village, two small turrets some 8 metres in diameter can be seen. Each features two observation posts in the northern face, two in the sides and a further two on the southern side.

Lacipo was of vital importance during Roman times due to its strategic position within the peninsula and its proximity to Africa. Later, it was used by the Visigoths as a burial ground, remains of which have been discovered in recent times.

Links of interest

Escudo de Casares
Town Hall
C/ Villa, 29, 29690