Valle de Abdalajís Country Houses

Rural Tourism in Valle de Abdalajís

Enjoy the serenity and beauty of a unique destination where culture intertwines with natural wonders, offering an unforgettable experience.

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Valle de Abdalajís Country Houses.

65 km²

Surface area of 65
square kilometers

358 m

Altitude of 358 meters
in a picturesque setting


Inhabitants known for
their welcoming hospitality

27 km

Distance from the famous
Caminito del Rey

Valle de Abdalajís, a town steeped in history.

The Valle de Abdalajís, located in the province of Málaga, Spain, has a rich and fascinating history that dates back to prehistoric times. For centuries, this region has been inhabited by various civilizations, including Celtiberians, Romans, and Arabs, each leaving their mark on the land.

However, it was during the Arab era when the Valle de Abdalajís gained prominence, serving as an important hub in the communications network of Al-Andalus. During the Middle Ages, it became a strategic location and was eventually conquered by Castilian troops in the 15th century.

Today, the Valle de Abdalajís is a charming destination that combines its rich history with the beauty of its natural surroundings. Its rugged landscapes and welcoming atmosphere make it a unique place for visitors who want to explore history and enjoy the serenity of the Andalusian countryside.

What to do in Valle de Abdalajís?

Lobo Park Antequera

A fascinating wolf sanctuary where visitors can observe these majestic animals in their natural habitat and learn about their social behavior.

Lobo Park Antequera.

Sierra de Huma

A beautiful mountain range that includes Pico Huma as its highest point. Adventurers can enjoy unparalleled panoramic views of the region.

Picon de la Huma.

Sierra de Chimenea

A mountainous formation located in the province of Málaga, near Antequera. It offers nature enthusiasts hiking trails and breathtaking panoramic views.

Sierra de Chimenea.

Pico de la Capilla

A prominent peak in the Sierra de Chimenea, known for its natural beauty and the opportunity to enjoy spectacular views of the region from its summit. It is a popular destination for hikers and mountain lovers in the Antequera area.

Pico de la Capilla.

Caminito del Rey

Venturing into the legendary Caminito del Rey in Álora means exploring a dizzying path with breathtaking views of the canyons.

Caminito del Rey - Valle de Abdalajís Country Houses.

Gaitanes Gorge

Admire the astonishing Gaitanes Gorge in Álora, a natural paradise with vertiginous landscapes and the Guadalhorce River.

Gaitanes Gorge - Valle de Abdalajís Country Houses.

Valle de Abdalajís, heritage and historic sites

Museo - El Chorro Villas Icono Museo - El Chorro Villas

Valle de Abdalajís Museum

A cultural treasure that narrates the history and traditions of this Andalusian town.

Iglesias El Chorro Villas Icono Iglesias El Chorro Villas

Churches and Chapels

Including the Church of San Lorenzo and the Hermitage of the Virgin of Fuensanta.

Conventos El Chorro Villas Icono Convento El Chorro Villas

Convents in Valle de Abdalajís

An important religious site, with the Convento Residencia San José de la Montaña being a notable highlight.

Miradores El Chorro Villas Icono Miradores El Chorro Villas

Sierra de Abdalajís Viewpoint

Provides panoramic views of the landscape.

Craftsmanship in Valle de Abdalajís.

Craftsmanship in Valle de Abdalajís

Craftsmanship in Valle de Abdalajís thrives with skillful work in palm and esparto, ncluding the creation of candongas and capachas. Additionally, blacksmithing, artistic locksmithing, and stonemasonry are traditional arts that still endure.

Monuments and Places of Interest.

Monuments and Places of Interest

Explore the Church of San Lorenzo, the House of Culture. Enjoy views from the Sierra de Abdalajís Viewpoint. But don't forget to wander through the picturesque alleys and squares of the town to experience everyday life.

Popular Festivals in Valle de Abdalajís.

Popular Festivals in Valle de Abdalajís

Participate in traditional events such as Candlemas Day, Carnival, Holy Week, Romería del Cristo de la Sierra, the solemnity of Corpus Christi, the magic of San Juan's Night, the vibrant Festival de Verdiales, and the Valle de Abdalajís Fair.

Gastronomy of Valle de Abdalajís.

Gastronomy of Valle de Abdalajís

Notable dishes include porra, migas with oranges and pomegranates, hot gazpacho, snail seasoning, tortas de aceite, and tejeringos, among others...

A Private Retreat Nestled in Málaga, Andalusia

Unique Features

Unparalleled Privacy

Each villa comes with its own private pool, allowing you to enjoy moments of serenity with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and hills.

Stunning Gardens

Stroll through our meticulously maintained gardens, a sensory delight with lush vegetation and beautiful native flowers.

Modern Comfort

Immerse yourself in authentic Andalusian life, with typical architecture that blends tradition with modern amenities, ensuring a relaxing and comfortable stay.

Essential Services

Nestled in a natural setting, you'll have nearby access (within a 15-minute drive) to restaurants, medical facilities, supermarkets, and other essential services.

Explore Valle de Abdalajís

Distance from Málaga
1h 10min

Altitude above sea level
358 meters

21,17 km²

2 473 residents


Postal Codes

Valle de Abdalajís Town Hall
Alameda Principal, 2, Valle de Abdalajís, 29240
(+34) 952 48 91 00

How to get to Valle de Abdalajís

FAQs about Valle de Abdalajís

Q. Where is Valle de Abdalajís located?

A. Valle de Abdalajís is situated in the province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia, in southern Spain.

Q. What are the main tourist attractions in Valle de Abdalajís?

A. Some of the main attractions include the Church of San Lorenzo, the Sierra de Abdalajís for hiking and panoramic views, and the House of Culture where cultural events take place.

Q. What are the most important local festivals?

A. Some notable festivals include Candlemas Day, Carnival, and the Romería del Cristo de la Sierra, among others.

Q. Where can I learn more about the history and culture of Valle de Abdalajís?

A. You can visit the Valle de Abdalajís Museum to explore exhibitions related to local history and traditions.