Frigiliana, one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, is also known as the village of the three cultures.
What to do?
Without a doubt the best option to visit Frigiliana and discover its rich history and traditions is with an Official Tourism Guide from Frigiliana. In our guided tour you will visit the most important monuments, including la Casa del Apero, a building from the 17th century, which today has been converted into a culture centre, housing the tourism office, the public library and the Town Hall; the Archaeological Museum of Frigiliana (temporary closed for relocation); el Ingenio, old palace of the Counts of Frigiliana (the Manrique de Laras), and which nowadays holds the only factory of sugar cane molasses in Europe; the church of Saint Antonio (17th century); the Old Fountain (17th c.); the Royal Graneries (18th century); or el Torreón (18th c.), among others.
In addition, you will discover the most picturesque places in our beautiful old town, of Moorish-Mudejar origin, declared of Cultural Interest, and one of the best preserved historic and artistic sites in Málaga. You can also enjoy the best views of the Natural Park of the mountain ranges Almijara, Tejeda and Alhama, from some of the viewpoints of the Old Quarter, locally known as Barribarto.
More information about Frigiliana, its history, culture and traditions in www.turismofrigiliana.es.