The narrative is set in the 15th century, when Antequera was the border between the kingdoms of Castile and Granada. A young Christian man is prey to the latter. The daughter of the president of the Muslim city, maybe in the course of a visit to the dungeons of his father, he comes across with the prisoner and, as often happens in the legends, they fall in love. Helped by the Moorish, the couple escape from the jail and both are on the run. Followed by the armies of the king of Granada, the couple seeks refuge on top of a rock at the gates of Antequera. His pursuers begin the siege and the two, knowing the hopelessness of their situation, jump off the cliff to their death.
For me, visiting Benalmádena Stupa was wonderful. I was impressed by the size, location, height, and views. The meditation room was lovely and the ground floor had a very interesting exhibition on Buddhism. It's certainly a must if you're in the area. It also has a veranda with spectacular views of Fuengirola. You also have the butterfly Benalmadena just a few meters away.
Benahavis of rivers and water. Benahavis that sways, cradled in the heart of the mountain. Benahavis, a resounding name, unmistakably Arabic. Benahavis, a sweet aroma. Benahavis restaurants and food culture. Benahavis adventures. Benahavis history, like the castle of Montemayor. Http :/ / elcolorazuldelcielo.Blogspot.Com/2009/09/24-benahavis-el-sabor-de-la-naturaleza.Html
Benalmádena, with views of the ocean, hill, watchtower facing the Mediterranean. Arabic-sounding name, Benalmádena. City where you put your feet in the sean and it warms your body on the sand. YOu must discover its intricate streets, to enjoy its bustling ports or Africa spotted on the horizon. Benalmádena is people, it's coast, which is a stream of sweet honey. Benalmádena to be discovered. Http :/ / elcolorazuldelcielo.Blogspot.Com/2009/04/03-benalmadena-el-mar-y-el-horizonte.Html I want to show through this video in high definition. it is 1 of the most representative towns of Costa del Sol . Benalmádena,a prominent place for tourists, especially coming from outside. Its coastline is quiet and with an immense light and its people has the charm of the interior of the province of Malaga. Discover it with the Tourist Board of the Costa del Sol in this video ...
The day we visited Nerja, we could not avoid going to take a look at the ship's captain, that we've all seen many times on television. When you see it, you feel excitement, joy, and nostalgia. It is a worthwhile visit.
There are several places in town that offer similar spectacular views that are ideal for lovers of good views and photography. To my taste it is one of the prettiest towns on the Costa del Sol - in tough battle with Ronda. Something I did not know is its excellent homemade food. That said, go a little further afield, climb up and you will find very good panoramic views of the town and its surroundings.
It's a 3rd category arena, with 8,268 seats, owned by the region of Antequera. It was constructed in the year 1848 leaving the top, a gallery with arches, wood until a recent reconstruction. It is 1 of the prettiest arenas in the world. It has a fantastic location, close to Paseo Real, landscaped mall that is the green center of the city. There is parking in the back of the square, in the gardens of Tito Pepe. Following the same in parallel there is parking next to the Parador. There is almost always no place to park, something that is difficult in Antequera. At dusk that zone is used for the youth movement, for which the council has enabled it. Another advantage is that it can be accessed easily. On the back you can get inside the arena and often allow entry without any hitches. So you can understand not only the sand but the inside rooms, with a tiny museum.
Another must-see visit in beautiful Mijas is its bullring. After you pay the 3 euro entrance fee, that is. The Mijas bullring was built at the request of its neighbors around the year 1900. It's location (built on rocks) and the facade, which looks like a typical Mijas home, have been photographed and visited a lot by tourists who are visiting the square since its inauguration party when there was the running of the bulls. There have only been two years when the festivities didn't take place, and both were due to the Spanish Civil War from 1936-1939.
Istan. I close my eyes and listen: I can hear the water murmuring. Istan, embraced by the mountains, bathed in rivers, refreshed by its springs. Istan lives between the green and white rooftops of the whitewashed streets. Istan, with its affable people. Istan, and mountain cuisine. Istan, of rebellion forged between the streets of its history. Istan, perched on the Mediterranean. Istan, which means "the highest". Http :/ / elcolorazuldelcielo.Blogspot.Com/2009/04/02-istan-y-el-arrullo-del-agua.Html
I spent a few weeks visiting the Serrania de Ronda and visited a blog where I learned a lot about where to stay. We were a family so a hotel was going to be more expensive than a country guest house. We looked for some but the best and the cheapest was Casitas Sierra of Libar, very good deal and a great place to stay. I recommend it!
This fountain is in the high area of the city, almost in front of the Arch of the Giants, within the medieval part of town. Because of its location it is obvious that it supplied water to the guilds. To get there, go into Antequera to the west and follow signs to the heart of town. That way you will reach Piazza San Sebastian where you need to take the road to the historic area, the medieval city. About 50 meters before the arched entrance to the citadel is this fountain. On the typology its present appearance is from mid-19th century, it belongs to the historicist style. It looks like an Egyptian temple. The central sun responds to this Eastern philosophy and could interact with the natural rhythms of agriculture. It is a very interesting fountain.
Crossing the Arch of the Catholic Kings or Puerta Real de la Villa, we went into the old quarter on Calle Real. The the streets are quite narrow and winding, which is reminiscent of some streets that are in the souks in Morroco or in the surrounding mosques. This is because its Nazari construction. The neighborhood has almost original architecture and the houses facades have been quite well-preserved. And, as is typical in all of the towns in Andalusia, they facades have been bleached a light color. This is a highly recommended visit, and if you go down this road for awhile you'll arrive at the Church of St. Mary and the Museum.
Good architecture, steep streets, on a hillside and in a landscape dominated by the Sierra Almijara (declared a natural park). Malaga Cottages: http://www.Toprural.Com/andalucia/casas-rurales-malaga_bd-es-29.htm
Greetings, travelers. La Fuente del Cid in the village of Sayalonga has a peculiar history. It is said that the intrepid and adventurous Cid came from this fountain. Since then it is believed that this source has certain aphrodisiac properties if you drink from it. Our guide told us the history of this fountain and if you decide to visit you can check for yourself if the water does produce such effects. Another mystery of the small town of Sayalonga.