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Turismo

Diputación de Málaga
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    Standing at the top of the village, this 16th century building was restored in the 18th and mid 20th centuries. Of Mudêjar design, the interior is divided into three naves by cross-shaped pillars....

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    To the south of the town stands a square construction with several bays, the interior of which is crowned by a vault, which houses a magnificently-preserved Arabic fountain, the only one of its type...

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    The purpose of this initiative is to make known a culture that prevailed for six centuries and was the origin of almost all the white villages of the Axarquia. This museum has an audio system that,...

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    Its name comes from the Arabic word “hisn aqut” meaning acute castle. Name of its inhabitants: Cutarenos. Legend: Everyone in Cútar talks about a terrifying legend. The subject is the...

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    The name Cútar appears to have been derived from the Arabic “Cautzar”, meaning “fountain of paradise ". Archaeological remains found in the town point to human settlements here between the end of...

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    This viewpoint is located above another well-known viewpoint, that of the Arab Fountain, and has views to the south, where there are other municipalities such as El Borge or Almárchar.