Málaga - Guadalhorce, Campanillas, Guadalmedina Valleys

Alhaurín el Grande Alhaurín de la Torre
In the forested areas south-east of the village of Alhaurín el Grande there are traces of Neolithic occupation.
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Unlike its equally venerable neighbour, Alhaurín el Grande, which has managed to preserve and even modestly flaunt a little of its Roman and Moorish heritage.
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Almogia Álora
This small town roughly halfway between Málaga and Antequera is rightly proud of its name.
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The small town of Alora is situated 40 kms north of Málaga by the road to Antequera and just 12 km south of El Chorro.
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Cártama Coín
If Cártama impresses the visitor now, as it does, how much more impressive it must have been in its Roman heyday.
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Coín is situated in the fertile valley of the rio Grande.
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Pizarra Valle de Abdalajis
Pizarra is a tiny town lying 30 kilometres upriver in the Guadalhorce valley at the foot of the Sierra del Hacho.
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The delightful village of Valle de Abdalajis is located in the southern part of the Antequera district in Málaga province.
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El Chorro Ardales
A tranquil retreat where you can swim or fish, or picnic on the lake shore in Malaga's 'Lake District'
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The rural village of Ardales, well known to Spaniards who spend summers at its reservoir-side campgrounds, is perched along the border of the Ronda mountains. 
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Bobastro Villanueva de la Concepcion
Bobastro is an ancient village so don't expect to find any people living there today. It is located near the village of Ardales in Malaga's lake district. The site comands exceptional views of the surrounding countryside.
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This handsome hill town, just 35 minutes north of Málaga and 20 south of Antequera, is described as "al pie del Torcal", 'at the foot' of the El Torcal Natural Area.
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Casabermeja Churriana
Known as the door to Malaga, Casabermeja is a great a place for nature lovers.
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One of the 11 districts of Malaga, in the south-western part of the city. It includes the airport, the beach and coastal area of Guadalmar, and the Sierra de Churriana hills.
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