Frigiliana 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 71 kilometers east of Málaga, the provincial capital, and approximately 6 kilometers north of Nerja. It is located in the comarca of La Axarquía, the easternmost region of the province, and integrated into the judicial district of Torrox.
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4.5 based on 241 reviews
When the summer temperature rises radically, I can imagine that a hiking in this hilly city requires its athletic ability.December month and temperature around 15 degrees and the tourist season goes a bit more on low speed. A great opportunity to visit this mountain town that clings to the mountain range.Lots of picturesque environments and beautiful ornaments on the small house façades.The Old Fountain is a brilliant example.
4 based on 164 reviews
If you’re following the main narrow village streets in Frigiliana, you’ll definitely get to the charming Plaza de Iglesias, where the San Antonio de Padua church is located.
The church was built in 1676 and is named after the patron saint of Frigiliana.
A century after its construction, the church was refurbished and got its current appearance.
Like all the buildings in Frigiliana, the facades of this church are white-washed as well.
Some call the interior a ‘hidden gem’; I guess this is a bit to much honor, however the altar and the ornaments are lovely and charming indeed.
If the doors are open (mostly during daytime), a short visit is recommendable.
5 based on 54 reviews
Great experience! The tour guide was perfect. He's multilingual and he is very happy and talkative. We paid and gave our signatures then he explained everything to us very easily. We were ready to set off 5 minutes later. The views were amazing and the route was awesome!! Top tip: wear basic clothes because you're gonna get very dusty. I had to put my shirt over my mouth and nose because I was breathing in dust, haha, so bring something to cover yours (a scarf for example). Fun for everyone! Recommend to all.
5 based on 18 reviews
NOW you can taste naturals beers from Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, USA, Denmark, Belgium, etc. in Frigiliana, Málaga. Naturally crafted artisan beers that are produced by small Spanish and International micro Breweries who manufacture their product using the traditional ingredients of malted barley, wheat, hops, yeast and water. They contain no additives or colourings. Just pure old fashioned beer. Enjoy your CRAFT BEER! Enjoy your REAL ALE! Enjoy our LOCAL CRAFT BEER: La Axarca, Tropical Pale Ale!
If you like your beer "craft ale" style then this is the place for you. It's made my holiday to find a wide range of international great beers. Of course, Spanish ale is well represented. My first purchases have been a joy to test and...MoreThanks so much for your recommendation which really means a lot to us. Cheers¡
4 based on 64 reviews
The old building is a great landmark, and the square good place to sit with a beer while watching for the bus back to nerja.The best view is from the other side of the river valley.
4 based on 46 reviews
If you have time this Museum is worth visiting for around 20 to 30 mins. As others have said although small, there were interesting historical exhibits of items found in the region centuries BC.
There was also a lovely library upstairs which would offer nice respite from any crowds or the sun. Note it's closed 2 to 4 pm.
4 based on 33 reviews
Don't expect a castle-it went away long ago, but the the views are stunning. There are a couple of signs about the potential risk of rogue donkeys (there is a rumour that they may bite if they don't like the look of you) but we didn't see any and the signs looked quite old-perhaps the donkeys are long gone too-like the castle.
4 based on 16 reviews
Located on the corner of the taxi/bus stands below Plaza del Ingenio you can easily miss this attraction if you don’t know it’s there. Basically there are three different cabinets where for 1euro you can listen to/view the show in a choice of three or four different languages. We chose the animated chap with his parrot who gave a short run down on the town - we found it quite amusing and passing visitors were left wondering what it was all about.
I don’t know the history but it’s just not the sort of thing you’d expect to find here but well worth it for a few moments of amusement - go on - give it a try!
5 based on 5 reviews
This place is my favorite in Frigiliana and I am glad that it's ratable now.
You'll find this little store when you walk up into the town from the parking garage.
They sell local wines, ice creams, souvenirs etc.
But what makes this place so special is the fact that they also have a small, but lovely outdoor Seating area, offering great views, where you can enjoy their wines.
Also other beverages (beer, sodas etc.) are inexpese and served with a small tapa (ham, cheese, olives, chorizo.
Service is very friendly.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
One of the interesting surprises of Frigiliana is walking around the old part and discovering these set of panels in different locations, telling the history of the village from medieval to now!
As the village is on a hillside it also helps build your stamina to find these panels ;)
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