Tradition ditches from the 19th century, eight of which are left, are irrigation channels that like aqueducts took water from the Guadalhorce River to different oil of flour mills in the village....
Villanueva del Trabuco’s most noteworthy building is its parish church, built in the late 18th century (1760) on the site of the earlier Ermita de Santa Marîa Egipcîaca (built in 1645), rebuilt in...
This festival has been declared to be of Tourist Interest by the Provincial Council of Málaga. Please check with the local Town Hall or Municipal Tourism Office for the festival date before...
UNIQUENESS This inn is named after a legend which tells a story about the innkeeper of a small traditional hotel in Villanueva del Trabuco, which was at the crossroad of the main cattle tracks. He...
El Cortijo Los Frailecillos is located in the beautiful area called in the so-called"Route of the Nacimientos (water sources)" of Villanueva del Trabuco. Located in the northeastern region of the...
Since mid- 2013, Villanueva del Trabuco has a new multi-activity park to practice the "tree climbing". This park has very special characteristics to be, for the moment, the only one of the whole...
Fuente de los Cien Caños, Villanueva del Trabuco (Unique Corner)
Villanueva del Trabuco is a town in the district of Nororma, in the province of Malaga, near the Sierra de San Jorge and Sierra Gorda. The beautiful mountain scenery, with an abundance of streams and water resources, make this the perfect place for hiking, cycling routes and other thrilling adventure sports tree-top walking.
It should also be noted that the source of the river Guadalhorce, the main river in the province of Malaga, is also in this town.
VILLANUEVA DEL TRABUCO IS NOT TO BE MISSED
The Fuente de los Cien Caños (the 100-spout fountain) marks the source of the River Guadalhorce. A visit to this huge complex built into the rock from which a veritable display of water spurts forth, is a must.
In the town centre, visit the church of Nuestra Señora de los Dolores, constructed in the 18th century, with a notable bell tower.
The hermitage of the Virgen del Puente lies both physically and emotionally in the heart of the village.
Other religious buildings include the hermitage of Pilar, the hermitage of San Antonio, the hermitage of San Isidro Labrador and the hermitage of San Juan and the Virgen del Carmen.
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