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Turismo

Diputación de Málaga
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    So called in allusion to the marble sculptures that adorn it, depicting three protective fresh-water nymphs inspired by classical mythology. It is divided into three sections, the highlight being...

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    This is the best Baroque building of its kind in all Antequera. It is a Palace commissioned by Francisco del Castillo y Fajardo, the second Marquis of Villadarías. This person also held other...

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    Located in the street Pablo Picasso, it is reached via a flight of steps that affords magnificent views of the mountains. Inside, it is home to images of the Virgen del Carmen con el Niño, La...

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    Laguna de la Fuente de Piedra (Fuente de Piedra Lagoon) Natural Reserve is found in the northern part of the province of Málaga, next to the town bearing the same name. It is the largest...

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    The name Arenas comes from “El Arenal” (Sandy Spot) in reference to the deposits of sand and gravel which the river leaves behind as it passes the old farm house. Name of its...

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    There is a theory about the origin of the name of the town which claims that “totalán” means “pastry” in Arabic. Name of its inhabitants: Totalanenos or totalenos....

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    From an historic point of view, the origins of this village are a little unclear, although most experts agree that the Arabs were the architects, as no remains of any settlements have been found...

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    Designed in 1991 and opened at the end of 1993. Without a doubt, one of the major attractions of La Zagaleta is its private golf course, created and designed by the Californian architect Bradford...