These Roman termal baths are to be found on the road towards Sierra Yeguas, at the juction with the Cortijo de San Josê. They were studied and evaluated about fourteen yeasr ago, but have since been...
The Parish Church is the oldest building in the Sierra de Yeguas and was built by the Marquis of Estepa in 1559. In the 19th of January 1578 it was declared a parish by Mr. Miguel Sanchez de...
The village known as Sierra de Yeguas has been inhabited, at least, since the Neolithic period., something that is evidenced by the different archeological remains that have been discovered in the...
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...
Sierra de Yeguas is a municipality in the Guadalteba region on the border between the provinces of Málaga and Seville. Various findings have shown us that the history of the area goes as far back as the Neolithic era. These days, the town"s wooden and iron handcrafting traditions stand out.
In addition, Sierra de Yeguas has a wealth of attractive nature spots and leisure areas for visitors to enjoy such as the Sierra de los Caballos, or the Llanos de Navahermosa, among others.
MUST SEE SIGHTS IN SIERRA DE YEGUAS
The town of Sierra de Yeguas has been the subject of important archaeological discoveries such as the Roman villages and farmhouses of Peñuela and Herriza, the Haza de Estepa thermal baths, and a diverse range of Neolithic remains.
Right in the heart of Sierra de Yeguas is the iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción (church of the Immaculate Conception) with a choir and atrium dating back to the 18th century, it is probably the most interesting building in the town.
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