Discover the interior of Malaga province: the best towns to visit this autumn

Discover the interior of Malaga province: the best towns to visit this autumn

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The Costa del Sol hides wonderful inland retreats that you’ll fall in love with. With the arrival of autumn, new landscapes appear that are well worth discovering. We invite you to visit some of the most beautiful villages in the interior of Malaga province.

Frigiliana

Frigiliana has one of the province’s most spectacular natural environments. Located in the Sierras de Tejeda Almijara y Alhama Natural Park, Frigiliana is one of the Axarquía’s most beautiful white villages, with its irregular narrow streets and a multitude of flowerpots hanging from the facades of the houses. In addition, it has a viewpoint from which you can enjoy spectacular views.

Yunquera

If you want to enjoy one of the province’s exceptional natural environments, you should visit Yunquera. This small town is part of the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, where you’ll find the Pinsapos (Spanish Firs) walking route. Within the town itself, the main places of interest are the Vigía tower and the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación. 

Antequera

Thanks to its historical-cultural heritage and its natural wealth, Antequera is one of the most important places in the province. To enter its streets is to be immersed in the past, thanks to the multitude of historical monuments in the town. In addition, it is located next to one of the most spectacular natural sites in Malaga province, El Torcal.

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Benaoján

Part of the Serrania de Ronda region, this small town is part of the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. It is an ideal destination for rural tourism, as it has splendid landscapes and a spectacular rugged relief. Among its main attractions are the caves Cueva del Gato and Cueva de la Pileta.

Álora

In the middle of the Guadalhorce Valley is one of the most important natural sites of the province: the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes Gorge, where you’ll find the famous Caminito del Rey (The King’s Pathway). If you visit the Costa del Sol, you shouldn’t leave without passing through this traditional village of white houses, where you can enjoy its rich historical heritage and some of the most spectacular countryside in the province of Malaga.

   

 

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