Church of the Incarnation Virgin
Cútar is a nice village which, like most of the area of Axarquia, is of Arab origin, hence its white washed streets. This steep village lies on the slope of a hill and is divided into four main districts, the High, Low, the neighborhood of the source, and the district of Ermita. Going up a steep hill to the upper quarter, we found the Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation. Its construction dates back to the sixteenth century, and it has been built over the ruins of an old mosque. The church has undergone several restorations, the first in the eighteenth century and the second in the mid-twentieth.