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Turismo

Diputación de Málaga
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    The fortress is situated next to La Duquesa beach, alongside the coastal town of Sabinillas. It was built in the 18th century by Francisco Paulino during the reign of Carlos 3rd, with the aim of...

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    After the “Puente nuevo” (New Bridge) fell down in 1741, the need was felt for an improvement to the entrance of the town due to the large number of visitors and traders that used it on...

  • 1. Benalauría - km 0 From the plaza del Teniente Viñas (Lieutenant Viñas Square) we follow the steep Fuente street until we leave the old town through a paved road. After 400 metres we reach the...

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    Its name possibly comes from the Latin word “sedilla” which in Lower Roman meant rural settlement. Name of its inhabitants: Sedellanos. Legend: Among its legends, Sedella...

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    The town’s archaeological discoveries rank among the most significant in the province and include fragments of pottery, walls, pieces of metal, coins of the Lower Empire and Roman columns. The...