Comares is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. The municipality is situated approximately 28 kilometers from the provincial capital and 24 from Vélez-Málaga. It is located in the foothills of the Montes de Málaga 703 meters above sea level. Comares is one of the 31 villages that make up the comarca of Axarquía.
Restaurants in Comares
5 based on 31 reviews
Discover the beauty of Andalucia with Active Andalus. Residential holidays for those wishing to explore the Mountains, trails and tracks, and the underwater world of Andalucia.
We booked with Active Andalusia for a dive trip. Nothing was too much trouble for Phil and Simone. Their accommodation was fantastic set in the hills with views all over. The home cooked meals were amazing.. You never go hungry. Lovely family and pets. Will...MoreHi Debbie, Thanks for the kind words. On your next visit we'll do every dive from the boat!
5 based on 8 reviews
Had the best time with Paco and Jess (interpreter) went places no normal car could go. The views were stunning. Saw old Moorish ruins and a beautiful Buddhist temple. It is a must if you come Romanes. You will find Paco in his lovely bar in the centre of village. We had the best ever paella in a lovely bar in the Mountains.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Chilling on a Sunday afternoon under the canopy of avocado trees at La Vaqueria is becoming a bit of a habit for us! With a cold beer and a choice of home-cooked delights, it's easy to lose a few hours. Su, a local artist, is...MoreLovely review, thank you...so delighted that you found us and have become one of our "regulars". sundays would not be the same without you1
5 based on 5 reviews
This is a small gallery in the lovely, picturesque village of Moclinejo. There are varied Exhibitions, ranging from photographic art, local artists and at the moment (August 2016) there is an amazing exhibition including prints and original, Picasso, Chagall, Salvador Dali and Miro. What an honour for a little gallery. Well worth a visit
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Beautiful outside and treasure inside.
The walls are covered by paintings from local artist during 14 years of hard work.
They visualize the life of local habitants in their every day life. And the walls picture the surrondings outside as they appear in each direction. Thus the name for transparent church. Also the hill around the church is well kept and has sculptures that match the views. The hill is quite steep but not too high to walk up. But you can take car to parking slot up there too.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Iznate is a beautiful little village situated 8 kilometres off the A7 coast road to Almeria. It lies in the Axarquia region of Andalucía and is approached via a winding but very picturesque road. The views from the village itself are outstanding overlooking the fertile Valleys of grapes and avocados to the mountain top village of Comares in the distance.
The steep, narrow winding streets are best approached on foot but there is a small car park in the square. There is an imposing Town Hall, in front of which there is usually a dedicated team of elderly lively domino players and their equally, enthusiastic onlookers.
The Bar Tejada has incredible views and is a very pleasant place to sit and admire the surrounding countryside as well as sampling the local fare.
Next to the bar is another very small, unpretentious one and you could easily overlook it as there is no name outside. This may be a very small bar on the corner but it provides a very big welcome. The proprietor Augustina is charming----nothing is too much trouble for her. There are a wide variety of delicious pitufos(sandwiches ) with very tasty fillings, especially the freshly cooked lomo. The prices are very reasonable.
If you are looking for the sophisticated décor of the coastal chiringuitos, then this is not for you but if you want to soak up the very Spanish atmosphere then I can highly recommend this delightful village and its bars..
4 based on 25 reviews
This lovely little museum can be found in Colmenar, a small town in the Mountains approx 30km from the City of Malaga.
Here you can can sample several varieties of local honey including, Thyme, Avocado, Eucalyptus and Chestnut .
The history of Beekeeping is portrayed on large screens, a short film and an exhibition of tools , hives and equipment used throughout the ages. The large scale honeycombs and beehives are
This thematic museum offers you a look at the world of beekeeping and stresses the importance of bees to society from when it originated in Egypt until the present day.
Well worth a visit. I am not a beekeeper and I enjoyed it.
5 based on 69 reviews
Molino del Hortelano is an olive oil mill located in the Montes de Malaga nature park, 7 km from Casabermeja. Fourth-generation master millers, grows its own olive grove and produces and sells Organic Extra Virgen. We open the doors to our facility so that you can discover the fascinating world of olive oil in a unique experience. We will show you the modern olive oil mill and how it works, from the moment the olives arrive to when the oil is bottled. You can also see how we have restored our old stone mill from the 18th century, which used to be a wine press, from which we have recovered the exceptional winery and which has one of the few beam and hundredweight presses existing today in the province of Malaga. Here, you will learn how our ancestors produced oil.
My wife and I turned up today unannounced, the owners were so accommodating and made us feel very welcome. The owner took us on a tour through the whole process of making the organic extra virgin oil, explaining exactly what was going on at each of the machines at each stage (he spoke very good English). We finished with a nicely presented tasting and a tour of a beautifully restored historic wine making building. It was so refreshing to see someone so passionate about the quality of their product. The oil tastes fantastic, we will definitely be ordering more when we start to run low.
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