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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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    In order to accommodate the relief of the land, it was built to an irregular architectural design, featuring two original angled entrances with arched doorways in Calle Villa and Calle Arrabal.

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    The Parish church of Santa Ana was built between 1770 and 1774 under the supervision of the Master builder Felipe Perez Menor, although the original structure dates back to 1622. The church was...

  • Los Boliches Beach, in Fuengirola, is, without a doubt, one of the liveliest beaches in the town. It has a wide expanse of dark sand and is visited by large numbers of people, especially in the...

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    Pocopán Natural Viewpoint was named after an old house which does not exist any more. Its name seems to be related to one the first owners of the house who used to say about his property with...

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    The origin of the name is unclear. It appears in XV and XVI century chronicles as Moclinetum, Molinete, Moclinete, Mohinete or Molinillo. Some have wanted to link it to the Arab words “hins al...

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    Its name comes from the Arabic “narixa, naricha or narija”, which is Pre-Roman, and although not all together clear, could mean plentiful spring. Name of its inhabitants: Nerjenos....

  • This viewpoint, located at the end of Peragüera Street and between two diversions, the Marbella road and the old diversion to Monda (now called Calle Consejo), invites tp a pleasant walk with...