The Antequera is a region of plain and undulating fields and hills sometimes dotted with almond trees.The area from Cuevas de San to Cañete la Real, offers travelers a landscape of a fertile plain, countryside covered with monuments. Monuments of man, such as the dolmens but also the baroque churches make it a jewel of the Andalusian historical heritage. On the other hand the natural monuments such as the Laguna de Fuente de Piedra, which is the largest in Andalusia and offers a privileged environment for the reproduction of the pink flamenco. The impressive landscape of the Sierra del Torcal as a mysterious stone temple that water has carved since the mountain emerged from the bottom of the sea.

Beyond Antequera, from Campillos to Teba and from Ardales to Bobadilla, the rivers are forming lakes and the hills are crowned with castles and fortresses, uniting nature and history in one of the attractive routes of Andalusia. In the middle of this Antequera is situated which has a great monumental, artistic and archaeological wealth and has some national monuments such as the Royal Collegiate Church of Santa María la Mayor, the most important of the city because of its grandeur and for the privileged situation in the one that is. Source:


The Villages in the Comarca de Antequera

Alameda Casabermeja Humilladero Villanueva de la Concepción
Antequera Fuente de Piedra Mollina


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