Discover Alozaina Located in Spain´s Malaga Province
Although not much more than a large village, Alozaina (Malaga) has signs of being a settlement since prehistoric times and a number of attractions in and around the municipality. These include the Alozaina archway, the Segredo Castle and Santa Ana church. The Parque Mirador is a wonderful viewing spot looking out over the planes and mountains while there are waterfalls and good hiking spots nearby. The village is located in central Malaga, with Malaga City itself being about 50 kilometres away while the large town of Ronda is about 40 kilometres by road. At the time of writing a new tourist information centre was about to be built.
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