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Diputación de Málaga


This castle rises up above one of the side of the mountain, which is a symbol of Alora. There are only two towers, left today of this castle which was probably built during the Visigot period and expanded at a later date by the Arabs.

Nowadays what can be seen is the castle’s chapel-cemetery. The main chapel with its Gothic or crossed vault is the only remaining evidence of what was once theTorres parish church. The rest is completely destroyed and used as a cemetery.

Used for over two hundred years as a cemetery, it was transferred to a new area of the municipality a few years ago. In February 2009, after eleven years of procedures for closure of the cemetery, the City initiated the demolition of the niches that hosts the site.

Monuments and Art > The Castle and the Wall
Cerro de las Torres, Zip Code 29500